Godox have announced a number of new products expected to be available within the second quarter of 2016.
Most significantly the introduction of Sony TTL to the Godox X series of 2.4GHz radio triggers and radio enabled flash units.
SONY TTL COMPATIBILITY
Godox have announced the introduction of Sony TTL to the Godox X series of 2.4GHz radio triggers and radio enabled flash units.
Godox are exhibiting the Sony X1S version of the X1 TTL radio triggers, though from what we understand the Sony version of the TT685 speedlight will likely be available first, with the X1S TTL triggers to follow shortly after.
Sony versions of the other popular Godox speedlights and bare bulb flashes are then likely to follow eventually as well.
Its most likely these will only be available with the current Sony Multi Interface hotshoe design.
V850II & V860II SPEEDLIGHTS
The V850II and V860II will now include 2.4GHz Godox X series radio transceivers built inside, providing both radio Master and Slave modes.
This currently allows for 3 slave flash groups A / B / C. Though unfortunately no GR Group Mode for the Canon version V860II-C Master interface.
(We very much hope Godox will possibly still add the GR Group Mode, and 5 groups to each flash. Though there has been no confirmations of that from Godox at this stage).
The remote manual V850II are already set to provide 5 flash groups though, in both Master (M / A / B / C / D / E), and Slave modes (A / B / C / D / E).
The V850II, being single firing pin flash units are universal for mounting on any camera with a regular hotshoe.
QT600II AC POWERED STROBES
Godox have also announce a mark II version of their original QT600, fast flash duration, 600Ws, IGBT enabled, AC powered studio strobes.
The QT600II also now include 2.4GHz Godox X series radio receivers built inside, and provide an LCD interface similar to the AD600B.
(The X1T-C and X1T-N transmitter units do not currently provide the 1/10th power scale which Godox AC powered strobes generally use though, so its not quite clear how the strobes and transmitters will link together as yet).
AD600B & AD600BM STROBES
The AD600B TTL, and AD600BM Remote Manual, all in one Lithium-ion powered strobes are already available in some areas, though Godox should have these ready for the North American market around the end of March, or Early April 2016.
Adorama will provide both the TTL and Manual versions as the Flashpoint XPLOR 600.