GODOX – TT600 – Remote Manual 2.4GHz Speedlite – Now Available



Godox have release the TT600 remote manual speedlites with 2.4GHz Godox X series radio transceivers built inside, providing both remote manual radio master and slave modes (no TTL).

And the TT600 are available now from around $69 at AdoramaEbay and Amazon.


Godox TT600


The TT600 are single firing pin flashes, so they are compatible with most DSLR camera models when used as a manual flash mounted on the cameras hotshoe.

Used as a radio master or slave flash the TT600 provide 5 remote manual groups, A / B / C / D / E.

Like the Godox V850 flashes, the TT600 also provide a HSS mode when used as a slave flash off camera, and with a suitable transmitter unit (no HSS when mounted directly on the camera hotshoe though).

Current compatible transmitter units include the Godox X1T-C and X1T-N, as well as the XT-16, and FT-16 and Cells II trigger sets.


Godox X1-N


Compatible master flash units currently include the Godox TT685-C / N, and AD360II-C / N etc.

Though these flashes can also act as remote manual slaves to the TT600 acting as the master flash unit.


Godox TT600


The Godox TT600 basically provide an alternative to the very popular YongNuo YN560 III and YN560 IV series of remote manual flashes.

Though the Godox system now provides a solid advantage for users trying to incorporate more than just remote manual flashes into their system. As Godox’s remote manual and TTL systems all work nicely together, where YongNuo’s YN560 series flashes remain incompatible as slave units to the YN622 and Yongnuo TTL master flash units.

The Godox TT685N for example can act as a TTL flash on the camera hotshoe, while also providing a master flash interface to control up to 5 groups of inexpensive remote manual TT600 off camera.

(Which is something many YN560 system users have been asking and hoping from YongNuo for a long time now).


Godox TT600




  • GN 60 (m ISO 100)
  • Powered by 4 x AA batteries
  • Flash Mode – M / Multi
  • Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 Output Control (1/3rd Increments)
  • Flash Zoom 20 – 200mm
  • HSS to 1/8000th (Off Camera Only – Requires Suitable Transmitter)
  • Radio Master & Slave Modes for Godox 2.4GHz X Radio System (Remote Manual Only)
  • 5 Groups A / B / C / D / E
  • 32 Channels
  • Compatible with Godox X1-c and X1-N TTL Transmitter & Receivers
  • Compatible with Godox XTR-16s Receiver, & XT-16 Transmitter
  • Compatible with Godox FTR-16s Receivers, & FT-16 & Cells II Transmitters
  • S1 and S2 Optic Slave Modes
  • Recycle Time: 0.1 – 2.6 Seconds
  • 230 Full Power Flashes (using 2500mAh Ni-MH Batteries)
  • Full 360 Degree Swivel, and Tilt Head
  • Large LCD Screen
  • AF Assist Light (Manual Only)
  • Metal Foot with Locking Pin (Single Firing Pin)
  • Sound Prompt
  • Custom Functions
  • Settings Memory
  • Overheat Protection
  • Communication Port (For XTR-16s / FTR-16s Receivers)
  • 3.5mm Sync Port
  • External High Voltage Battery Port



Godox TT600


The TT600 are powered by the traditional 4 AA batteries. (A Lithium-ion powered version, or radio upgraded V850, will also be available later).




The TT600 provide a 3.5mm sync port, as well as a communication port for attaching XTR-16s / FTR-16s receivers.

And an external high voltage battery port is located at the front of the flash.


Godox TT600









The Godox TT600 speedlites are available now from around $69 –

AdoramaEbay, Amazon, UK


Godox – Website.


  1. Guto Garrote 4 years ago

    Hi guys I’m testing a tt600s and I’m using it with my tt350s as a master.
    Could you help me with some questions?

    1. Why does the tt600s have a BLINKING RED LIGHT when connected as a wireless slave? It’s really annoying especially if you are in a dark environment. Can I turn it off?

    2. For this specific use (off camera flash controlled by TT350s or X1T-s) would the TT685s offer any advantage? Or for this use they’re exactly the same?

    I love this website, please keep it up!

    • John Wilson 4 years ago

      Hi Guto!

      1/ You can’t turn it off. You can cover it with Gaffer tape. As far as know know all Godox flashguns with hot shoe feet do this. The AD200 doesn’t.

      2/ The TT685s is basically a TT600s with firmware which supports TTL. Unlike the TT600s it has a USB port which allows the firmware to be updated. So if you think you need TTL then buy a TT685s.

  2. burned 4 years ago

    Hey Guys,

    I’m more intrigue about the flash duration. How can i get a reference chart for the flash duration on every power output ? Is there anyway to know ?

  3. Qassim Albasha 4 years ago


    I try to connect my TT600 with my cam (Canon 750D). Suppose it connect wireless. Can some one help my please.

  4. miljan 4 years ago

    Qassim Albasha you need a master unit attached on your 750d, x1t-c for example

  5. Xavier N 4 years ago

    It is said that this flash work in TTL mode when on the hot shoe of the camera. I tried to do that and looked into the manual but couldn’t find anything. Can you please give me the information?

    • John Wilson 4 years ago

      The TT600 won’t work in TTL on or off the hot shoe.

      in addition it it won’t work in HSSon the hot shoe (you can only get HSS when used via a radio trigger).

      If you need TTL you need a TT685 or V860.

      • Author
        Flash Havoc 4 years ago

        John, I edited your comment to say the TT600 won’t work in TTL on or off the hot shoe (as I think that’s what you meant to say).

  6. Antonio Prado 3 years ago

    Im quite dissapointed with this model. Aparently has everything I need HSS, radio built in and Optical Slave modes, buuut…
    I have already bought 2 diferent units and Optical Slave mode 1 S1 is not working outdoors at all. If u try indoors it works perfectly but if you are outdoors, even in shady conditions, it stops working and you cant trigger it using another strobe.

    I´ve bought 2 and both the same weird behaviour, so I strongly encourage u to try S1 mode outdoors…NOT WORKING

    (And I know that optical modes are not ideal for outdoors, but I´ve been using Yongnuo 560 cheap flashes for years and works really well, even under bright conditions. This godox cant)

  7. jim 3 years ago

    when Godox flashes have speedlites with HSS off camera and not ON camera and you have to figure out which ones do which, then it gets confusing. Godox, just make a speedlite that does the damn HSS off AND on camera.

  8. Robert T Johnson 3 years ago

    I’ve posted a youtube video on how to diy a godox 15 feet flash extension cord for less than $25, I also include the pinout, parts list and websites where to purchase the parts. The video can be viewed here:

  9. Venura Hewamallika 3 years ago

    Hi, I would like to know if this flash in compatible with the Canon 1300D?

    • John Wilson 3 years ago


      Be aware that HSS will not be available when the TT600 is used on camera.

  10. Oluwatosin Adeyi 3 years ago

    Using the XT-16 trigger, I’m having difficulty setting the HSS mode. Any help on how this could be done?

    • John Wilson 3 years ago

      You will need an X1T or Xpro trigger to use HSS (or an XT32 if you have a Nikon or Canon camera). You need a trigger that’s specific to your camera model. The XT16 has only a single pin and therefore cannot communicate with the camera to know HSS is required,

  11. Inazio 3 years ago

    Does anyone know what the Neewer version number is for these ones? TT600 and V850ii? Cant seem to find them for sale.

    • John 2 years ago

      What’s the reason you dont want the Godox versions?

  12. Geoff 2 years ago

    I have a Nikon D7200 with Nikon 910 using with X ProN with X1 , works okay. Bought a TT600 as a second flash. Cannot get it to work with the XPro N. Have gone backwards and forwards in the manual(s) and on UTube, any suggestions.

  13. Jon 2 years ago

    Can the TT685-N on-camera (using TTL) act as master for a TT600 off-camera, and also using TTL?

    I’m assuming that as the TT600 can use TTL off camera when used with a transmitter on-camera that supports TTL this would work and mean I could be two flashes instead of the X1T transmitter. Is there a way to stop the master flash actually flashing, and just use it as a trigger for the slave?

  14. Mohamed 1 year ago

    Hi if I buy tt600 godox for my nikon d7000. Do I need to buy a transmitter and a reciever or just a transmitter if I want to connect it wireless. Does a godox tt600 have a reciever

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