Godox P2400 Power Pack

BH #GOP2400 • MFR #P2400
Godox
Godox P2400 Power Pack
Key Features
  • Made for H2400P Flash Head,
  • 10-Step Power, 32 Channels, 16 Groups
  • Wired or Wireless Release, 1000' Range
  • 0.7 Second Recycling at Full Power
Made for the H2400P flash head, the P2400 Power Pack from Godox is a powerful energy source with a 32-channel, 16-group receiver that allows triggering with an optional transmitter at distances up to 1000'. The pack has very fast full-power recycling of 0.7 seconds and a super-fast 1/17,800 second (t0.1) flash duration for stop-action shooting of items like water splashes.
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Godox P2400 Overview

Made for the H2400P flash head, the P2400 Power Pack from Godox is a powerful energy source with a 32-channel, 16-group receiver that allows triggering with an optional transmitter at distances up to 1000'. The pack has very fast full-power recycling of 0.7 seconds and a super-fast 1/17,800 second (t0.1) flash duration for stop-action shooting of items like water splashes.

Godox P2400 Specs

Electrical
Watt Seconds2400 Ws
General
Number of Connections1
Sync Input1/8" / 3.5 mm
Built-In ReceiverYes
Dimensions13 x 11.7 x 8" / 330 x 297 x 202 mm
Weight24.3 lb / 11 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight28.685 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.8 x 13.5 x 10.1"
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Do we know what the flash duration at full power t0.1 is?
Asked by: Massimo
After some more digging, I came across a Chinese video review where the times were listed as follows.... (Flash Durations measured with the Sekonic 858D) Color Mode: 1/4880s (4w)-1/402s (2238w) Freeze Mode: 1/16,500s (4w)-1/401s (2238w) In freeze mode at 1/4 power, a flash duration of 1/2110s was achieved, fast enough for freezing people, and at 1/8 power 1/3670s. Source credit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75P5YCmbQY4
Answered by: James
Date published: 2021-07-16
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