BLACK FRIDAY & Holiday Season DEALS!


Great holiday pricing on the XPLOR 600, eVOLV 200 / kits and others!





XPLOR 600 TTL HSS – $549 (Save 200)  (& Bundle a second strobe for $499!)
XPLOR 600 HSS (Non TTL) – $439.20  (with Free R2 Manual Speedlite)






XPLOR 600 TTL & R2 PRO – CANON $859.00

XPLOR 600 TTL & R2 PRO – NIKON $859.00

Kit includes –

  • XPLOR 600 TTL Strobe
  • 28″ Glow ParaPop Softbox
  • R2 PRO TTL Transmitter (Choose – Canon or Nikon)
  • Zoom Li-on R2 TTL Speedlight (Canon or Nikon)





XPLOR 600 TTL Bundle – $999.00

Kit includes –

  • XPLOR 600 TTL Strobe
  • 600Ws Extension Head
  • AC Power Adapter
  • 10″ Turtle Base C-stand with 40″ Grip Arm
  • 28″ Glow ParaPop Softbox
  • R2 TTL Transmitter (Choose – Canon, Nikon, Sony, M4/3, Fuji)


XPLOR 600Ws Extension Head – $59.95 (Save $20)

XPLOR 1200Ws Extension Head – $199.95 (Save $100)

XPLOR 600 AC Power Adapter – $79.00 (Save $20)





eVOLV 200 TTL Base Kit – $279.95 (Save $20)

eVOLV 200 TTL Premium Kit – $299.95 (Save $30)




eVLOV 200 Twin Head Bundle Kit – CANON – PRICE TBA

eVLOV 200 Twin Head Bundle Kit – NIKON – PRICE TBA

eVLOV 200 Twin Head Bundle Kit – NO Tx – PRICE TBA

Kit Includes –

  • eVOLV 200 R2 TTL Pocket Flash Kit – (QUANTITY – 2)
  • eVOLV Twin Head – Bowens Mount (AD-B2)
  • Silicone Skin for eVOLV 200 Pocket Flash – Blue
  • Silicone Skin for eVOLV 200 Pocket Flash – Black
  • Flashpoint R2 PRO 2.4GHz Transmitter (Canon / Nikon / No Tx)


A different eVOLV 200 Twin Head Bundle Kit – With Just One Flash – $398 (Save $133.36)





eVOLV 200 & 24″ HexaPop Bundle Kit – $329.85

Kit Includes –

  • eVOLV 200 R2 TTL Pocket Flash Kit
  • Glow HexaPop 24″ Portable Softbox
  • Glow Adapter for HexaPop / Parapop




Streaklight 360 TTL CANON – $329.95 (Save $169)

Streaklight 360 TTL NIKON – $329.9 (Save $169)








ORLIT RT 610 TTL HSS – $449 (Save $200) (With Transmitter)

ORLIT RT601 HSS (Non TTL) – $379 (Save $120) (No transmitter)

ORLIT TR-Q6 Transmitters – $49 (Save $30) (Canon, Nikon, or Sony)


ORLTI RT600AC TTL HSS – $359.95 (Save $200)

ORLIT RT800AC TTL HSS – $419 .95 (Save $200)


GLOW PARAPOP 28″ and 38″



Glow ParaPop 28″ – $139.95 (Save $50)

Glow ParaPop 38″ – $169.95 (Save $50)




10′ C Stand on Turtle Base + 40″ Grip Arm – $99.95 (Save $30)

12′ Junior Steel Wheeled Stand – $149.95 (Save $30)

13′ Pro Air Cushioned Heavy Duty Boom Light Stand – $69.95 (Save $20)

11.5′ Aluminum Light Stand with Reflector Holder Arm –  $49.95 (Save $10)


More Deals on Popular Adorama Brands Items

Canon / Nikon / Sony – Camera and Lenses



20% OFF BRONCOLOR Modifiers and Accessories 

The softboxes require a speedring, so they can be mounted on Bowens S-type mount strobes with most standard Bowens speedrings.

Also at B&H Photo



$30 OFF Mola Demi 22″ White Beauty Dish




10% Off Selected Godox Lighting




More holiday season deals updated as they become available.


  1. Nathaniel 3 years ago

    Any Flash Havoc coupon codes like we had last year? I missed that XPLOR 600 TTL Bundle last year and have been waiting patiently! 🙂 🙂 . pretty please!

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Hi Nathaniel,

      They have added a new deal here with the R2 Pro transmitter if that’s any help.

  2. Brandon 3 years ago

    How is that GlowPop mounted to that AD200 directly? It would be sweet if it was a Godox mount so I could use it with the bare bulb without any adapters

    • John Wilson 3 years ago

      Hi Brandon!

      They have a Godox mount. You can see it at the bottom of the picture to the left of the orange filter.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Hi Brandon,

      The 24″ HexaPop bundle does come with a Godox mount speedring insert for the softbox (Edit – As John beat me to saying above). So it will attach directly to the bare bulb head without any adapters.

      Personally I would be pretty wary of using that way though, as its bound to put stress on the connection between the flash body and head, and I wouldn’t be surprised to hear them developing a connection error with the flash not recognizing the head eventually.

      The HexaPop comes with the standard speedlight mount as well though, so you can use that by simply mounting the flash on top of its included swivel before mounting that onto the HexaPop bracket.

      You do have the choice though.

      • John Wilson 3 years ago

        I think you’re right about the problem with the weight. The Godox AD-S7 seems a far better option if you want to mount a softbox directly on the AD200. Whilst it’s smaller than the Hexapop (19″ vs 24″) it’s a quarter the weight, less than half the price and will work as a beauty dish too. As you’re probably going to use this on location, a big heavy softbox is the last thing you need on the end of a paint pole on a windy day.

  3. Author
    Flash Havoc 3 years ago

    UPDATE – RAPID 1200Ws HSS DEAL – $609 (Save $190).

    RAPID 600Ws HSS – $399 (Save $200).

  4. Isaac 3 years ago

    Is the Flashpoint Zoom Li-on R2 TTL / V860II only on sale for Canon version? I need Nikon and it shows as $161.10.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Sorry yes the other versions are also on sale, it looks like I need to link to each individually. The Nikon version is here.

      • Isaac 3 years ago

        Great thanks! Just got two. Upgrading from the older manual versions.

  5. Author
    Flash Havoc 3 years ago

    UPDATE – A Crazy Deal on an EVOLV 200 Bundle added here.

    Also a great deal in the XPLOR 600 HSS.

  6. Andy 3 years ago

    Hi Elvis,

    Is there any truth in the rumour about a PRO AD600? or a new AD800?

    I have also heard that the ad360 may be upgraded with an internal battery like the AD600

    Many thanks,


    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Hi Andy,

      Yes there is a higher spec version of the AD600 coming some time early 2018. Because they will cost more to produce and purchase than the current strobes, those will still be available as they are as well.

      I don’t know the spec details, though they are designed to address the shortcomings of the current strobes, so I don’t think its hard to guess the likely upgrades. Its still a 600Ws strobe though not 800Ws.

      As far as I am aware there is still no cordless 360 in the works. So there won’t be anything for a while, though I’m sure its only a matter of time that they will come eventually. If done well they should easily be the most popular option.

      • John Wilson 3 years ago

        I would hope a cordless 360 would be the same form factor as the AD200. A couple of those on an upgraded AD-B2 would be just lovely. If needs be they could make it a bit longer or a bit wider as long as it’s no thicker.

  7. Andy 3 years ago

    Thanks for the info.
    I look forward to seeing the full specs.

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