Godox QT600IIM Studio Flash
The Godox QT600IIM Studio Flash features Strobe flash, HSS, Stable Colour Temperature mode, includes a built-in System X receiver and has a very short recycle time with power regulation from 1/128 to 1/1.
Godox QT600IIM Studio Flash Summary
Godox QT series are available in several power versions up to 1200Ws, and are characterised by a range of flash energy regulation in the range of 7 degrees of aperture (1/1 - 1/128, with an accuracy of 0.1 EV). The Godox QT600IIM Studio Flash offers a recycle time to full flash energy in less than 0.9 seconds. At minimal power, it achieves a very short flash duration of only 1 / 28984s, which allows free shooting during sessions. The flash colour temperature is 5600K and may fluctuate within ± 200K depending on the flash energy set.
Built-in System X receiver enables remote flash firing (until X-Sync), flash energy control and many more. In addition, Godox QT series is equipped with a USB connector that allows you to connect receivers: XT16, FT-16 or X1 TTL system. It is also possible to use the 3.5 mm Jack socket and connect the lamp with triggers from other brands.
Back panel of the lamp is simple and functional. The LCD screen showing the lamp settings is also easy to read from a large angle. Next to it is a handy knob for adjusting the flash output, changing the radio communication channel and the group of lamps. Placed under the LCD screen a series of five buttons gives quick access to all settings and functions of the lamp. The 150W halogen pilot light can operate independently of the flash output (brightness can be set manually), or be coupled with flash energy (proportional). In addition, it can be turned off automatically for a flash or stay on without interruption.
What's in the box
- Godox QT600IIM lamp
- power cable
- modeling lamp
- flashtube cover
- original packaging
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