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Godox AD1200Pro Battery Powered Flash System

BH #GOAD1200PRO • MFR #AD1200PRO KIT
Godox AD1200Pro Battery Powered Flash System
Key Features
  • 1200Ws, Recycle Time: 0.01 to 2 sec
  • Flash Duration: 1/220 to 1/10,860 sec
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery Pack
  • ~500 Full-Power Flashes per Charge
Featuring wireless control via the 2.4 GHz wireless X system with a range of up to 328' and 1200Ws of power, the AD1200Pro Battery Powered Flash Kit from Godox is an impressive lighting tool compatible with several TTL systems including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, and Panasonic. It offers up to nine steps of output power in Manual flash mode, ranging from 1/1 to 1/256 of a second.
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$134/mo. suggested payments for 12 Mos.
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Can this be controlled by the godox photo app?

Can this be controlled by the godox photo app?
Asked by: jai
Unfortunately, the AD1200 Pro cannot be controlled via the Godox Photo App.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-06-21

How heavy is the pack w/battery (alone) and the ...

How heavy is the pack w/battery (alone) and the head (alone)? The specs mention 18lbs but not sure what it is exactly. Thanks!
Asked by: Oleg
Regarding the weight of the individual items in the the Godox AD1200Pro Battery Powered Flash System, according to the manufacturer, Godox states that the weight of the AD1200Pro flash head is approximately 2.5 kg (5.5 lb), whereas the weight of AD1200Pro power pack is approximately 5.7 kg (12.56 lb).
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-07-30

What's the exact dimension of the base unit?

What's the exact dimension of the base unit?
Asked by: Moses
The pack measures 9.25" x 5.7" x 4".
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-24

Would you happen to know or ask Godox if they can ...

Would you happen to know or ask Godox if they can start selling the flash heads separately? It would be ideal if have a head replacement for back up.
Asked by: Roneil
At this time, Godox has not shared any plans of offering the AD1200 Pro Flash Head on its own.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-05-14

I just got this unit and it does not fire above ...

I just got this unit and it does not fire above 250 using the GodOx Sony triggers. The wireless triggers fire with HSS on my AD600 Pro, AD200, and GodOx speed lights. Does anyone else have issues getting the AD1200 pro to fire with HSS on Sony?
Asked by: James
Just want to check the second answer, the one by staff. Does this one has HSS? Spec says yes: Flash Modes Hi-Speed Sync,...
Answered by: Moses
Date published: 2020-11-23

Is there an available power cord splitter to ...

Is there an available power cord splitter to allow use of 2 heads ([email protected]). Heavy and somewhat limiting if you can only use one head?
Asked by: Chris
The battery pack is only for the one light.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2020-07-03

Is this strictly battery powered? Can you run it ...

Is this strictly battery powered? Can you run it off of ac power from a home outlet?
Asked by: Julian
This unit is initially battery powered, but you can purchase the Godox AC Adapter for AD1200Pro Battery Powered Flash System, BH # GOAC1200 to make it an AC powered flash unit. https://bhpho.to/3khVknd
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-10-20

If i get a X1 R transmitter to trigger the AD1200 ...

If i get a X1 R transmitter to trigger the AD1200 and mount my Canon ST-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter on top of the X1 R will it work to trigger my 600 EX-RT’s speedlites?
Asked by: Arthur
Yes this will in fact work in the set up you described. With the Godox transmitter, it will also change the mode (TTL or Manual) on the Canon ST-E3-RT as well. So if you have the Godox set to TTL, it will change the Canon to TTL as well, but for it to sync the same setting to the Canon flash as well, you need to first set the Canon transmitter to the desired mode (TTL or Manual) sync it with the Canon transmitter while it is detached from the Godox transmitter, then mount the Canon transmitter back on top of the Godox and then they will sync up settings properly. A very interesting approach but it will work. A better option I would recommend would be to sell the Canon transmitter and Speedlight that you have, purchase the Godox Pro Transmitter and either a Godox V860II or Godox V1, so that then you have all equipment being controlled by one transmitter which is a better functioning one overall.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-02-14
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