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Godox XTR16 Wireless Power-Control Flash Trigger Receiver

BH #GOXTR16 • MFR #XTR-16
Godox XTR16 Wireless Power-Control Flash Trigger Receiver
Key Features
  • For XT16 Wireless Power-Control System
  • Compatible with Select Flash Units
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Range: 328'
A companion to the XT16 Wireless Power-Control System, the XTR16 Wireless Power-Control Flash Trigger Receiver from Godox mounts directly to the Wireless Control Port of select flashes and enables remote power control over the flash. It features a reliable 2.4 GHz frequency as well as an impressive range of 328'. Users can also enjoy a choice of 16 channels and they can sync at speeds up to 1/250 second. Additionally, it does not require any batteries because it receives power via the flash connection.
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Godox XTR16 Overview

A companion to the XT16 Wireless Power-Control System, the XTR16 Wireless Power-Control Flash Trigger Receiver from Godox mounts directly to the Wireless Control Port of select flashes and enables remote power control over the flash. It features a reliable 2.4 GHz frequency as well as an impressive range of 328'. Users can also enjoy a choice of 16 channels and they can sync at speeds up to 1/250 second. Additionally, it does not require any batteries because it receives power via the flash connection.

Compatible Flashes
Godox: Wistro, Quicker, Quicker D, QT, QS, Gemini GT, Gemini GS, DE, and DP series

Godox XTR16 Specs

Key Specs
Channels
16
Wireless Range
328' / 100 m
Wireless
Channels
16
Wireless Range
328' / 100 m
Radio Frequency
2.4 GHz
General
Sync Speed
1/250 Sec
Physical
Dimensions
Receiver: 2.2 x 1.2 x 1" / 57 x 30 x 26.5 mm
Weight
0.7 oz / 20 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
2.5 x 1 x 1"

Godox XTR16 Reviews

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is this compatible with my Metz 52-AF-1?

is this compatible with my Metz 52-AF-1?
Asked by: John
This is not compatible with your Metz.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-12-23

Does this work with the the godox X2T ?

Does this work with the the godox X2T ?
Asked by: Larry
The Godox XTR16 Wireless Power-Control Flash Trigger Receiver (B&H# GOXTR16) is a Godox X radio system receiver that can be added to many Godox strobes (and to some Godox flashes) to allow them to receive a wireless signal to fire (and also to control flash power) from Godox X radio transmitters. It will not support HSS or TTL. One example of such X series radio transmitters is the popular Godox X2T 2.4 GHz TTL Wireless Flash Trigger, yes, for. . . . . . Canon (B&H# GOX2TC): https://bhpho.to/3c4ytc5 . . . Nikon (B&H# GOX2TN): https://bhpho.to/3odlieI . . . and Sony (B&H# GOX2TS): https://bhpho.to/3n89Odf
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2021-11-11

Will this work with the Godox XProN?

Will this work with the Godox XProN?
Asked by: Dave
Yes, you can use the Godox XProN with the Godox XTR16 Wireless Power-Control Flash Trigger Receiver, but you will not have TTL or HSS.
Answered by: Elliot
Date published: 2024-03-25

will this work with neewer tt850 and tt860?

will this work with neewer tt850 and tt860?
Asked by: Stephen
No. The unit will no adapt. If you are in need of wireless triggers we highly suggest the following. Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-05-02

will this work with Nikon sb 600?

will this work with Nikon sb 600?
Asked by: William
This device is designed to work with Godox units that have a USB port for sync. It will not work on a SB600.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-12-13

is this work with GODOX V1s?

is this work with GODOX V1s?
Asked by: Roman
No.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-01-03
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