ORLIT TR-Q6 – Transmitter Adds SONY Compatibility




With the release of the Orlit TR-Q6 transmitter units, Sony compatibility is now available for the Orlit TTL and HSS enabled strobe lighting system.

Canon and Nikon versions of the TR-Q6 transmitters are also now available. Update – and a Fuji version TR-Q6F is also now available.

The Orlit TR-Q6 transmitter and flash system are the Adorama branded version of the Jinbei TR-Q6 transmitter and Jinbei strobes like the HD-610HD-601, and Mars-3.






  • ORLIT / JINBEI 2.4GHz RF Radio System
  • Range – Up To 300m
  • Flash Modes – ETTL / Manual
  • HSS to 1/8000th
  • Second Curtain Sync
  • FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 Stops)
  • FEL (Flash Exposure Lock)
  • Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 Output (1/10th Increments)
  • 3 Groups A / B / C
  • 16 Channels
  • Bluetooth Enabled for Smartphone APP
  • Working Range 10m / 33ft
  • Apple and Android APPs
  • Clear High Definition LCD Display
  • Direct Button Access to Most Functions
  • Ergonomic Design For Handheld Use
  • Quick Release Hotshoe Button
  • Modeling Light On – Off
  • Auto Memory Function
  • Screen Power Saving Function
  • USB Port for Firmware Upgrades
  • 2.5mm Sync Port
  • Powered By 2 x AAA Batteries
  • Size – 92 x 60 x 40mm / 3.6 x 2.4 x 1.6 in
  • Weight – 100g / 3.5oz




The release of the TR-Q6 transmitter also brings smartphone APP remote control to the Orlit and Jinbei flash systems.

The Orlit APP for iOS is available now (also Jinbei APP for iOS), and the Android APPs should also be available soon.

The TR-Q6 transmitter connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth, providing around 10 meters of range between them, and then conveys the settings on to the slave strobes with a range of up to 300 meters.




Most of the strobes functions can then be controlled remotely through the smartphone interface.




And the coming Orlit RT AC powered strobes (Jinbei MSN) even provide a corresponding color coded group display light (which changes color with group changes).






The ORLIT TR-Q6 Transmitters are available now from $49 –

Sony, Canon, Nikon, Fuji


Jinbei TR-Q6 Transmitter – Ebay, Amazon, UK.


Orlit – Website
Jinbei – Website

Orlit APP – iOS / Android (Coming Soon)
Jinbei APP – iOS / Android (Chinese Version)


  1. Steve 4 years ago

    They also have the same deal for the Nikon package, But for some reason the Canon version is $150 more?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      Hi Steve,

      I could be wrong, though it looks like the difference is simply that the Sony and Nikon transmitters are already available.

      So I would imagine Adorama don’t want to lower the price on the Canon version until they have stock available for those as well. I saw one person already complaining having ordered the Canon strobe his TR-Q6 transmitter is on back-order.

      • Steve 4 years ago

        Oh im not complaining and I’m sure they will do the same when they release the Canon version i was simply saying that if anyone is wanting the 610 strobe to either get the Nikon or Sony version at this great price

  2. Ricardo Gomez 4 years ago

    That is one slick looking controller. 😀

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      Yes its certainly an interesting shape and design.

      It will be interesting to see how the black LCD goes in bright light though. And also there is still no AF assist light provided unfortunately.

      Otherwise early reports appear to be they work much better and more consistent than the TR-611 / TR-612 transmitters.

  3. deejjjaaaa 4 years ago

    ORLIT TR-Q6 TTL 2.4Ghz Studio Flash Trigger – Sony just like FlashPoint has a firmware bug for TTL at least with ORLIT RoveLight RT 610 HSS TTL Battery-Powered Monolight … easy to detect, take a shot @ f4.0 then @ f5.6 and compare exposure…

    Adorama really has a lot of guts to repeat selling defective products after they can’t get Godox to fix TTL transmitter for Sony for 9+ month

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      deejjjaaaa, thanks for the information. Though I’m thoroughly tired of your attitude.

      You’re still oblivious to the fact that they way you approached your complaints has likely added to the delay in having it fixed, it certainly hasn’t helped.

      If you can’t drop the attitude I’ll be blocking you from this site at least.

  4. deejjjaaaa 4 years ago

    > Though I’m thoroughly tired of your attitude.

    And you are not tired of Adorama’s attitude selling defective products w/o properly warning customers that TTL for Sony is not properly working in this products, ___for all Sony cameras__ ? so – you are as a blog owner – are you standing with Adorama (Godox, Jinbei) here or with your readers here (whom I think you owe to warn prominently about those bugs) ? why don’t you do a simple posting on your web site with the description of this long on going situation – that will go long way to push the manufacturer to fix this…

  5. tree 4 years ago

    Don’t like the ergonomic of the transmitter. If it’s as intuitive as Nissin Air10s or Phottix Odin II or the new Flashpoint Xpro, the combo with Jinbei HD610 will be the most popular and efficient on the market.

  6. Jason 2 years ago

    It would be REALLY nice if someone made a how to use this with a Sony tutorial… There seems to be no actual documentation on how to use this product with the camera… I use TTL ALL the time on my Flash… This shouldn’t be so hard… Point, click, TTL does exposure…

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