GODOX X1N TTL TRIGGER SET NIKON

Item #: 209216

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Godox X1N TTL Wireless Trigger Set for Nikon

The Godox X1N Wirelss TTL flash trigger set features multi-channel triggering, stable signal transmission, and sensitive reaction, allowing it to be used for triggering the camera shutter or studio flash and camera together. The X1N is compatible with market-available cameras that support Nikon i-TTL communication.

Key Features:

  • Built-in Godox Wireless 2.4G Wireless X Communication
    Built-in wireless TTL communication allows for up to nearly 300ft signal transmission to the receiver.

  • Fully Supported TTL Functions:
    The X1N trigger set supports communication between Godox flash units and Nikon cameras supporting the i-TTL auto flash programming. This allows for high speed sync up 1/8000th of a second, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure lock, modeling flash, etc.

  • Wireless Remote Control & Grouping
    The X1N trigger set allows for GR group flash and wireless grouping of multiple flashes (maximum of 4 groups with 32 available channels).

  • LCD Panel Display
    The transmitter and receiver each a clear and bright LCD panel display to observe and change settings for convenient operation.

  • Other Functions
    The X1N trigger set allows for versatile functions such as synchronization delay setting, wireless shutter release, zoom setting, etc. A PC sync socket is available for input and output function; the receiver also has a 2.5mm sync cable to output. A USB socket allows for firmware upgrades to help the user keep up with lastest technology developed from camera manufacturers. A memory function for to store settings for 2 seconds after the last operation and a recovery after a restart.

    Supplied Accessories:
    X1TC TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter Nikon
    X1RC TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver Nikon
    C1 Camera Sync Cable
    C3 Camera Sync Cable
    2.5mm to 1/4" Flash Sync Cable
    3.5mm to 1/4" Adapter
    1 Year Limited Warranty
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