Godox is making one of its most intriguing and capable portable flashes even better, with the launch of the AD200Pro TTL Pocket Flash. What makes this battery-powered strobe special is the ability to swap out the head with either a conventional speedlight head or a bare-bulb head, providing photographers with two very different types of lighting. It also packs decent power at 200Ws. The new Pro model upgrades performance and operation in many ways.
Among the primary changes coming with the AD200Pro is a Stable Color Mode that ensures more accurate and consistent color throughout the power range. This will ensure each flash remains at 5600K±100K. The physical design now has a slightly recessed and revised interface with some extra buttons for easier control. Other updates include an upgrade to USB Type-C for firmware updates and improvements to the no-twist stand mounting points and umbrella swivel.
Many of the existing features remain unchanged, such as the integrated 2.4GHz Wireless X System that will support optional transmitters that work with Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus, and Fujifilm TTL systems, including high-speed sync.
The AD200Pro is an even more solid lighting choice for those in need of a powerful and portable kit. Are you interested in picking one up?