Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony

Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony

Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony

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Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony

Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony

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Product Highlights

  • Compatible with Sony ADI / P-TTL
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Range: 328'
  • 32 Channels; 5 Groups
  • Backlit LCD Screen; Sync Delay Settings
  • Exposure Compensation & Exposure Lock
  • Ratio Flash Mode; High-Speed Sync
  • Hot Shoe and 2.5mm Shutter Release Port
  • Micro-USB Port for Firmware Updates
  • Runs on Two AA Batteries
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  • 1Description

Expand your wireless flash system with this X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver from Godox. This 2.4 GHz system is compatible with Sony cameras and flashes that support ADI / P-TTL for automatic exposure and metering, making it an excellent choice for shooters who need to work quickly. It also has an outstanding range of 328' and can be set to one of 32 channels for limiting interference with other nearby systems. Another huge benefit is the ability to control up to five groups at a time, or set the unit to ratio flash mode for three groups with varying power relative to one another.

Users will have access to many settings through the backlit LCD found on the rear of the receiver. This enables the adjustment of settings such as sync delay and triggering modes. Also, through ADI / P-TTL compatibility the receiver will support high-speed sync, flash exposure compensation, and flash exposure lock, among other settings. Beyond this, users will be able to easily mount their flash to the receiver's top hot shoe, or you can connect a camera or studio strobe via the 2.5mm sync terminal. Additionally, the receiver runs on two AA batteries and has a micro-USB port for firmware updates.

In the Box
Godox X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony
  • S1 Camera Sync Cable
  • S3 Camera Sync Cable
  • 2.5mm to 1/4" Flash Sync Cable
  • 3.5mm to 1/4" Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year B&H Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Wireless
    Channels 32
    Groups 5
    Wireless Range 328' / 100 m
    Radio Frequency 2.4 GHz
    General
    Control Modes ADI, Manual, P-TTL, TTL
    Sync Speed 1/8000 Sec
    Connectivity
    Ports 1 x 2.5 mm (Flash)
    1 x Micro-USB
    Mounting
    Bottom Mount Cold Foot
    Top Mount Hot Shoe
    Electrical
    Battery Type 2 x AA
    Physical
    Dimensions 2.8 x 2.6 x 1.9" / 70 x 65 x 47 mm (Receiver)
    Weight 2.5 oz / 70.9 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.4 x 4.3 x 2.1"
    X1R-S TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver for Sony is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Firmware update required I was very disappointed with this when using a non Sony manual flash however after going to the Godox update site I found that there was a firmware update for both� the transmitter and receiver which fixed the problem. Works well now.
    Date published: 2017-12-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hard to use at first but B&H Support is super I originally bought the Godox TT685s for my Sony A7III on the recommendation of a very helpful B&H green shirt named Stephen Gomez. I originally tried to pair the speedlight with a cheap trigger and transmitter off the internet. When the speedlight failed to trigger with the cheap transmitter I went to B&H to speak to Stephen who helped me troubleshoot the issue, he figured out the cheap transmitter and receiver were not compatible with the speedlight and recommended this product for my old stobe along with the X1T-S to trigger the speedlight and strobe. B&H was out of stock but Stephen expedited the shipping and I received the equipment the next day. As soon as I opened the package I got to testing and sadly due to Sony's un-userfriendly menu and user error on my part I could not get the equipment to work. I rushed back to B&H and spoke to Stephen again and he was able to help me get it all sorted out and I could not be happier with the results. Thank you Stephen Gomez and thank you B&H.
    Date published: 2018-05-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money I tried like crazy to upgrade the firmware with no success. I still can't understand why the Godox guys make it so impossible to upgrade it. Also I wasn't sure that the upgrade was going to solve the problem
    Date published: 2018-05-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Didn't work for my setup I have the a99ii and the Sony HVL-F58AM flash.� Knowing that the Sony branded wireless trigger didn't support my F58am in TTL, I was hoping to try 3rd party... The TTL function using the Godox wireless system (XIR-s & XIT-s) with my F58am flash just did not work for me.� The shots were coming out almost 100% dark.� No matter where I placed the camera / flash / subject.� It was suggested that perhaps only Sony's newer Flashes might support TTL via this system, just like how the Sony's wireless system only works with the newer flashes for TTL.�� Changing the Godox system to use Manual offered better results however while better they were not reliable.� �Taking several shots from 1:1 power all the way down to 1/128th, I could see a decrease in light output.� When taking several shots at a single power setting (ie: 1/8th) and leaving all other variables alone, the exposure between the shots jumped as if I was still changing the power settings.� �I was not using burst shooting, and I made sure I wasn't using 1:1� as well as validated that the flash's light indicator was on before i popped the next shot (all test shots were done in a "studio" setup to prevent environmental interference) If I could have at least walked away with a reliable wireless option to change the manual settings, I would have liked & kept the system.�� I'm not totally giving up on Godox though, it was highly recommended that I purchase one of the Godox TTL flashes for Sony, the price is very cheap yet i'm told the results are OEM like.�� Here's hoping!
    Date published: 2017-12-14
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