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Godox has several transmitters in their 2.4 GHz radio system that can trigger and/or control the AD200: Flashpoint R2 Pro II-C Godox Xpro-C Godox X2T-C Godox X1T-C Flashpoint SPT single-pin transceiver (manual trigger; no TTL/HSS/power control) XT32 (manual trigger with HSS/power control) XT16 (manual trigger with power control) The 580EXII, however, does ...


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The Godox XProC will work fine, but you will need a Godox X1R-C receiver to attach to the 580EXII hotshoe. This will give you full control (HSS, TTL, ...) over both the AD200 and the speedlite.


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The simplest and cheapest way to accomplish off-camera light with remote shutter release using Godox is to get a Flashpoint SPT (single-pin transceiver). Sadly, this is only a good solution if you live in the USA, because the transceiver is an Adorama Flashpoint exclusive. It's basically a Godox analog to the Yongnuo RF-605. The SPT transceiver can do ...


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In addition to Group and Channel, the newer Godox/Flashpoint transmitters and receivers (both internal and external) have the ability to designate an ID number of 1-99 (plus "Off"). The older pieces of the system do not have the ability to use ID numbers. In order to use the older pieces with the newer ones, the ID number setting needs to be "Off" on the ...


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No. While the X1R-C and XPro-S are compatible in terms of firing and M power control, the Godox X1R receivers do not perform cross-brand TTL in the way the built-in radio transceivers in the Godox TTL full-sized speedlights (TT685, V860II, V1) do. If, say, you were to purchase a Godox TT685-C and checked its firmware version was v3.1 or later, you could ...


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