Godox X1T-O TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter for Olympus/Panasonic

Godox X1T-O TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter for Olympus/Panasonic

Godox X1T-O TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter for Olympus/Panasonic

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Product Highlights

  • Works with X Wireless Radio System
  • Compatible with Olympus/Panasonic 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 PC Sync Terminal
  • Micro-USB Ports for Firmware Updates
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Godox X1 overview

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Enjoy TTL-enabled and reliable wireless flash by picking up the X1T-O TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter from Godox. This 2.4 GHz X wireless system is compatible with Olympus/Panasonic cameras and flashes that support 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 and can make adjustments to settings such as sync delay and triggering modes. Also, through TTL compatibility the system 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 transmitter's top hot shoe, or you can connect a studio strobe via the PC sync terminal on the receiver or PC sync terminal on the transmitter. Additionally, it runs on two AA batteries and has a micro-USB port for firmware updates.

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Godox X1T-O TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter for Olympus/Panasonic
  • Limited 1-Year B&H Warranty
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    Godox X1 specs

    Compatibility Olympus/Panasonic TTL
    Olympus: PEN-F, E-P3, E-P5, E-PL5, E-PL6, E-PL7, E-PL8, E-M1, E-M10 Mark II
    Panasonic: DMC-G85, DMC-GH4, DMC-GF1, DMC-GX85, DMC-LX100, DMC-FX2500GK
    Frequency 2.4 GHz
    Range 328' / 100 m
    Channels 32
    Groups 5
    Max Sync Speed 1/8000 second
    Sync Terminal Hot shoe, PC sync terminal
    Mounting Hot shoe
    Connectivity Micro-USB
    Power Source 2 x AA batteries
    Dimensions 2.8 x 3 x 2" / 72 x 75 x 52 mm
    Weight 3.5 oz / 100 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.4 x 4.3 x 2.2"

    Godox X1 reviews

    X1T-O TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter for Olympus/Panasonic is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from XT1-O on a Panasonic G7 This controller is pretty simple to use. The manual isn't great, but it's fairly intuitive. I do actually read manuals on new equipment, but I also like to reference Youtube for explanation of features. One nice feature is the HSS switch on the side. Just switch it on... dial your exposure (above 160 on my G7) and the camera syncs up on the next shot. What I am not sure about is how this unit knows to drop out of HSS mode if you adjust the f stop without turning the switch off on the controller. But it seems to work. One thing i have not figured out is why when I turn the controller off in manual mode, when I turn it back on it jumps back into TTL mode? This is annoying, because sometimes I like to turn it off to get an ambient reading. Also I'm not sure I can trust the live Histogram on the G7 in HSS mode with this on. I think I'll find myself using this mostly in manual mode. This could be my inexperience with the way the G7 flash protocols work. I thought there might be something wrong with my sample, but it works well in manual and communicates in manual. If there were better instructions explaining HOW this operates perhaps the issues in TTL would become clear to me. Also i have to do FEC on the controller in TTL not in the camera. But weirdly sometimes the camera menu shows the adjustment sometimes not. Anyways as the first solid radio flash option for Panasonic/Oly this is a great start. Hello Olympus/Panasonic... why are you missing the boat on wireless radio? BTW: The Interfit S Bracket sold by B and H for AD200 works perfectly with this combo and no mods needed.
    Date published: 2017-09-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from on Panasonic G5 with Flashpoint I was looking for a radio flash system to use multiple flashes with my micro four-thirds camera.� I considered the PocketWizard (Plus {X, III, IV}), Yongnuo's flashes, and this Godox/Flashpoint system.� I eventually settled on the Godox/Flashpoint system because of the ability to remotely adjust the power on the flashes, the expressed support for Panasonic/Olympus cameras, and because of their cross-brand TTL/HSS (e.g., if I get a Canon camera in the future, I can buy the Godox X1T-C trigger and use the same Godox flashes).�� The Cactus V6 II system seems similar and worthy of consideration, but B&H didn't have them available for me to see in-store when I visited so I missed this option.� Also, I bought this X1T-O with two open-box Flashpoint TT350o flashes (and this ended up being the less expensive option).� Overall, basic flash functionality worked: TTL metering worked, remotely setting the power through the X1T-O worked, and triggering the flashes seemed to be reliable.� Note that my Panasonic Lumix G5 doesn't support HSS, so I didn't test that.� I used this with two Flashpoint R2 flashes (TT350o) and they were compatible.� (I also had a Metz 52 AF-1 triggering optically and that worked too.) One thing that didn't work was remotely controlling the zoom on the Flashpoint TT350o; although the manual for the X1T-O shows that feature, it does not seem to have any effect.� (This seems like something that could be fixed with a firmware update in the future, but a fix does not appear to be available yet.) Another thing that I don't like is that updating the firmware on the X1T-O requires disabling signed driver enforcement (a security feature) in Windows 10 to run Godox's utility.� (I'm not sure if I should trust Godox with complete access to my main computer yet.) I bought this to practice taking pictures with multiple off-camera flashes.� Overall, as an amateur photographer, the Godox system seems like a good choice for an economical radio flash system.� And if I want to upgrade to a different camera or use more/different flashes and studio lights in the future, the Godox/Flashpoint system seems to offer room to grow.
    Date published: 2018-02-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great. Very reliable. Excellent range. And a great value for the price.
    Date published: 2017-11-21
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