GODOX – AD360II-N – TTL 2.4GHz Flash – Now Available

Godox AD360II


Godox have announced the long awaited AD360II-N, TTL version of their popular Witstro bare bulb flash units.

The AD360II-N provide both radio Master and Slave modes via built-in 2.4GHz Godox X System radio transceivers.


Godox AD360II


Not only do the AD360II-N provide both iTTL radio Master and Slave modes for Nikon, they also provide an auto switching TTL radio Slave modes for Canon, Sony, M4/3 and Fuji.

So Canon, Nikon, Sony, M4/3, and Fuji camera systems can be used with the same AD360II-N or AD360II-C as off-camera slave flashes. The AD360II-N automatically switching between rasio slave modes as required.


Godox AD360II




  • Powerful 300Ws – GN80, ISO 100 at 28mm Zoom Equivalent (Standard Reflector)
  • Flash Modes – iTTL / M / Multi
  • HSS to 1/8000th
  • FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 Stops)
  • FEL (Flash Exposure Lock)
  • Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 Output (1/3rd Increments)
  • Godox 2.4GHz X Radio System
  • iTTL Radio Master Mode
  • Canon, Nikon, Sony, M4/3, & Fuji, TTL Radio Slave Modes (Auto Switching)
  • Range – 100m + with X1 as Transmitter
  • Range – 70m+ with AD360II-N as Transmitter
  • Groups – M / A / B / C
  • 32 Channels
  • Canon Optic Wireless Mater & Slave Modes
  • Groups – M / A / B / C
  • 4 Channels
  • Head Swivel 0 – 270 Degrees, Head Tilt -15 – 90 Degrees
  • Large Dot Matrix LCD Display
  • AF Assist Light (Automatic)
  • 450 Full Power Flashes (With BP960 Battery Pack)
  • 0.05 – 4.5 Second Recycle Time (Halved With 2 Into 1 Battery Cord)
  • Modeling flash
  • Custom Functions
  • Auto Memory Function
  • Micro USB Port for Firmware Upgrades
  • USB Port Receiver Socket (For FTR-16 etc)
  • PC Sync Port
  • 3.5mm Sync Port



Though possibly a little on the heavy side, the AD360II-N can be used as a powerful fully featured TTL and HSS enabled on-camera flash, including a (basic) automatic AF assist light.

At the same time acting as a Master interface to control a number of Godox 2.4GHz enabled strobes off-camera, including the AD360II-N / AD360II-C, AD600B, and TT685C / V860II-C Speedlites.

All providing ETTL, HSS, and Remote Manual power settings as desired.




The Godox X1-N TTL transmitter unit mounted on the camera hotshoe can also be combined with the AD360II-N off-camera.

And the X1-N also provide a boost in range over using the AD360II-N as master / transmitter (around 100m Vs 70m).

Godox AD360II


The AD360II-N also now provide a second Micro USB port for firmware updates.

The original larger USB communication port provides compatibility with the XTR-16, and FTR-16 clip-on radio receivers. (Also used with the original the Remote Manual Witstro lights).


Godox AD360II









The Godox Witstro AD360II-N are available now from around $500 –

Adorama, Ebay, Amazon, UK


Godox – Website

Godox – AD180 / AD360 Review


  1. Peter Marcellin 5 years ago

    Can this GODOX AD360II-N SPECS work on a Sony camera?

  2. Jeff Ellis 3 years ago

    Does anyone have a good method of taking down the spare battery module charge to 40-50% when not in use?
    I’ve 4 battery packs and 4 extra modules. Usually charge them all before a job, but rarely need the spares on an average shoot. Hate to keep them fully charged- but don’t want to do undress of flashes just to drain down the batteries.

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