The Godox X2 transmitter is compatible with Godox flash units and studio flash units with a built-in Godox X Wireless Radio System. The X2 offers stable, reliable, and effective real-time signal transmission, making it a good choice for photographers with a variety of lighting needs.
User-friendly design and easy to use
The trigger is equipped with a bright LCD screen with illumination. It has five group setting buttons and three function keys with which you can quickly set the trigger. The Godox X2 is locked to the camera with the quick lock hot shoe.
Via Bluetooth you connect your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet to the Godox X2 to control the flash mode, the flash power, the modeling lamp mode and the beep of Godox flash units, etc. after downloading the free GodoxPhoto App.
Trouble-free and reliable operation
The Godox X2 trigger features 5 groups, 32 channels and access to 99 wireless ID settings to limit interference with other nearby system. Triggering is also possible via the 3.5mm PC sync port.
TTL autoflash and professional functions
The X2 supports TTL autoflash, High Speed Sync up to 1 / 8000s, manual mode, flash exposure compensation, adjustment of exposure parameters via the mobile app, scan adjustment, one-shot and multi-shot adjustment, modeling lamp control, adjustment of the flash power of all groups simultaneously etc. The newly added scan setting function helps to automatically detect the channel with the least interference.
The Godox X2 transmitter supports firmware upgrade via the future-proof USB Type-C port.
- Bluetooth for operation with your smartphone and GodoxPhoto app
- Flash settings E-TTL II, Manual and Off
- 5 groups of control buttons and 3 function buttons
- 5 groups and 32 channels
- High-speed sync up to 1 / 8000s
- Range of approximately 100 meters
- Large LCD display with lighting
- Automatic storage of settings
- USB Type-C connection for firmware upgrade
- Works on 2.4GHz
- Operates on two AA batteries
- Dimensions 72 x 70 x 58 millimeters
- Weighs 90 grams
- Warranty 2 years