Godox Announces Ultra-Portable AD100Pro Pocket Flash

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The Godox AD100Pro Pocket Flash is designed for photographers in need of a compact off-camera strobe that doesn’t skimp on features. Compatible with its 2.4 GHz wireless system, and adaptable to an extensive range of modifiers, this 100Ws light maintains all of the creative possibilities of its larger AD siblings at a fraction of the size. Nearly as small as a can of soda, it is the perfect light for portrait, street, fashion, event, and travel photographers working on the go.

Godox AD100pro Pocket Flash
Godox AD100Pro Pocket Flash

A true hand-holdable strobe, the AD100Pro weighs just over 1 lb and measures only 4.7" long and 3" wide. While its round head produces natural-looking light out of the box, pairing it with the separately available AK-R1 Accessory Kit adds even more creative control via barndoors, a diffusion dome, and filtration secured with magnets.

Godox AK-R1 Accessory Kit for H200R Round Flash Head
Godox AK-R1 Accessory Kit

For even greater light-shaping possibilities, the AD100Pro can be used with the S2 bracket, which extends its compatibility to any Bowens-mount modifier. A removable mounting bracket with an umbrella socket is included for use with light stands. Two threaded mounts underneath the unit allow you to adjust the position of the light on the mounting bracket for easier handheld use.

The AD100Pro uses the same wireless radio system as other AD lights and can be controlled by X1, X2, or XPRO wireless remotes. Nine steps of power adjustment are available for refining flash output, and an LED modeling light can be used for planning shots or as a video light, in a pinch. TTL and HSS capabilities are available when working with compatible cameras and triggers. A bright LCD screen on the back of the unit makes it easy to keep track of settings. Recycle times as fast as 0.01 second and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack that lasts for up to 360 full-power flashes per charge provide dependable performance, no matter your subject. A carrying case is included for safe storage when not in use.

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Does it have a 3.5mm sync port outlet to use manual receivers (PocketWizard)?

As per Godox, the AD100 Pro does have a 3.5mm sync port. 

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