FLASHPOINT R2 PRO-O / GODOX XPRO-O – TTL Transmitter For Olympus / Panasonic Announced


Flashpoint have announced the R2 Pro-O / Godox XPro-O, TTL and HSS enabled radio transmitter for Olympus and Panasonic cameras, and they are available now from Adorama for $69.00.

With a large clear dot matrix LCD screen displaying all 5 groups at simultaneously, and individual dedicated groups buttons, the Pro transmitter provides a big improvement over the previous R2 / X1 transmitter’s user interface.

And therefore a great improvement for the complete Flashpoint & Godox 2.4GHz flash system.



  • Large Dot Matrix LCD Screen Displaying 5 Groups
  • 5 Individual Dedicated Group Buttons
  • Display Zoom – Displays One Group Larger with More Details
  • TCM Function – TTL – CONVERT – MANUAL
  • Flash Head Zoom Control Interface – by Group
  • Modelling Light Control – by Group (Currently On / Off Only)
  • Global Adjustment of Group Power Levels (ALL Button)
  • Large Graphic Menu System with Multiple Custom Functions


R2 PRO Nikon


The Pro transmitter now provides the option of working with up to 5 groups of lights – A / B / C / D / E, in a mixed Group Mode style environment, where TTL and Manual groups can be mixed together, and individual groups can easily be switched On and Off.

Unlike the Canon version Xpro-C transmitter though, TTL mode can only be selected in groups A, B, & C. Groups D & E are manual only.

There is also the option of controlling up to 16 Groups in Manual mode (A-F & 0-9), corresponding with the older XTR-16/s style radio receivers.

With dedicated individual group buttons, adjusting each group is now very simple, fast and intuitive.


R2 PRO Nikon


And if you prefer the XT-32 style single group display, at the press of a button the Pro transmitter provides the option of switching back and forth from multiple group display, to a larger single group display showing more details.






  • Godox / Flashpoint 2.4GHz RF Radio System
  • Range – 100m +
  • Flash Modes – TTL / M / Multi
  • TCM Function – TTL – CONVERT – MANUAL
  • HSS to 1/8000th
  • Second Curtain Sync
  • FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 Stops)
  • FEL (Flash Exposure Lock)
  • Manual Flash – 1/256 – 1/1 Output (1/3rd Increments)
  • Global ALL Group Power Adjustment
  • Remote Flash Zoom by Group
  • Remote Modeling Light Control
  • Group Mode – A / B / C / D / E  (5 Groups) (D & E Manual Only)
  • Manual Mode – A – F & 0 – 9 (16 Groups)
  • 32 Channels
  • Wireless ID 01-99
  • Compatible with All Godox & Flashpoint 2.4GHz Flash System
  • Large Dot Matrix LCD Display with Adjustable Back Light
  • Zoom Display – Displays One Groups Larger With Details
  • Modeling flash
  • Auto Memory Function
  • AF Assist light (With an On/Off Switch)
  • Wireless Shutter Release
  • Type-C USB Port for Firmware Upgrades
  • 2.5mm Sync Port – Input & Output
  • Powered by 2 AA Batteries




Another significant feature now provided with the Pro transmitter is the new TCM function.

TCM stands for TLL – CONVERT – MANUAL.

This is Godox and Flashpoint’s version of Hybrid or Fusion TTL, where its now possible to take a shot in TTL mode to attain a correct exposure very quickly, and then at the press of a button convert those TTL power levels to display on the transmitter as Manual power levels.

The manual power levels can then be further refined, and provide consistent exposures for further shots in the same set up and environment.

The TCM function is potentially a huge advantage for people operating in a fast paced environment, allowing a base setting to be gained very quickly without manually metering lights. Switching to manual the individual power levels can then be refined as needed, and exposures remain constant for subsequent images.

Other features include a flash Zoom control screen, and a large graphic menu with custom functions –


Flashpoint R2 PRO - Godox XPro-C


The Pro transmitter provides similar range and reliability to the original R2 and XT transmitters, and also currently use the same AF assist light, and regular screw locking foot.


Flashpoint R2 PRO - Godox XPro-C


A shutter release function is provided, as well as a Type-C USB port for firmware updated, and a 2.5mm sync port.

And the Pro transmitter is once again powered by 2 regular AA batteries.


Godox Xpro-O




At the time of release the following cameras models have been tested compatible by Godox –








The R2 Pro-O / Xpro-O for Olympus / Panasonic are available now from $69 –

Adorama, Amazon, UK, B&H PhotoEbay


Flashpoint – Website

Godox – Website

Flashpoint / Godox – System Overview


  1. Ricardo Gomez 4 years ago

    I’ll be first in line! Thanks Godox/Adorama!

  2. Ulysses Ashton 4 years ago

    Elv, there are going to be a LOT of happy Olympus and Godox shooters once this transmitter begins shipping. I’ll spread the word in a couple of Olympus groups along with a link to this article.

  3. david 4 years ago

    Great news!

  4. Markz 4 years ago

    I really hope this works better than the X1To did with the GH5, which caused 0.5-1sec latency on shutter release. I had to go back to my old 433MHz gear and still can’t use my 350tt on my GH5 (it’s ok on my other Lumix bodies). I will wait for real world feedback.

    • George 3 years ago

      Any updates on this? How does it function on Gh5 ?

  5. Denton Taylor 4 years ago

    Got mine yesterday from Adorama and seems to work well with my Sony A7riii

  6. John Product 4 years ago

    I keep checking everyday to see if anyone has stock yet. Checking for the AD600pro too. I love new toys.

  7. Wally Brooks 4 years ago

    Humph… now I have a compelling reason to upgrade from my Panny 7GX…

  8. Joe 3 years ago

    Has anyone tried this combo yet?

    I just got an Xpro trigger for my Pen F, and while HiRes worked just fine with optical triggering (with the Pen F kit flash), it doesn’t work with Godox’ radio triggering.

    I am using two AD200’s, and while at first they flash once and sometimes twice, there is silence after that, and the camera doesn’t even proceed without flash after those flash fails…means there is no picture output at all.

    Hi Res without flash and single shots with flash however work just fine.

    What the earth is going on? Has any of you gotten the HiRes with radio triggering on Godox, even the old X1 to work at all, or is this not supported?

  9. Sam 3 years ago

    Hey FH,

    I think I know the answer to this, but I want to confirm that the ft-16 generation of receivers are not compatible with this transmitter.

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      FLASH HAVOC 3 years ago

      Hi Sam,

      That is correct, they are not compatible. The FT-16 are 433MHz, not 2.4GHz like the Xpro.

      You could update to the 2.4GHz XT-16 receivers though, they are compatible with the Xpro transmitter.

  10. Andy 3 years ago

    I have Flashpoint version R2 PROC for Canon. I took it out yesterday to use with GH5 in Manual mode only. Two things I recognize:
    1. The WYSIWYG on GH5 is not functioning with trigger is on camera even though trigger power is off. No matter I adjust exposure on GH5, the LCD does not show exposure changed.
    2. When I don’t use it for just a few minutes, the trigger won’t fire the flash (in this case I use V860II-C), Unless I press shutter button on GH5 2 or 3 times.

    So, I’m not sure it’s the way the trigger is or just because the trigger designed for Canon but I use on GH5 causes this behavior.

    Quick questions:
    If I buy Xpro-O, does it solve those 2 problems above? also, does it control other flashes in TTL mode ? (I have AD200, V860II-C, AD600).

    If anyone use this trigger for Panasonic camera, plese let me know.


  11. Tristan Noel 3 years ago

    So, about a year later, and I now have one of these bad boys. Aaaaaand it works great.

    I use mine with my AD200, and it does exactly what I tell it to. While I Can set the flash to rear-curtain on the camera’s end(GH4), I can also do it from the controller. Additionally, model light controls, TTL interfacing, all of it, is great. Seriously, a solid piece of kit. Some of the dialogue interface issues were a bit… wonky… to navigate, but ultimately, it works and does exactly what I tell it to.

    Side note, no, Godox, Flashpoint, Adorama, and everyone else involved, none of them are paying me to say this. Though at this stage, they probably should.

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