Godox Introduces AD1200 Pro Strobe Head and Pack

Godox AD1200 Pro Strobe Head and Pack

Godox AD1200 Pro Strobe Head and Pack ($1,599 from B&H Photo) features wireless control via the 2.4 GHz wireless X system with a range of up to 328′ and 1200Ws of power. Godox AD1200Pro Battery Powered Flash Kit is an impressive lighting tool compatible with several TTL systems including Sony, Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, Olympus, and Panasonic.

It offers up to nine steps of output power, ranging from 1/1 to 1/256, and comes with a powerful 36V/5200mAh lithium-ion battery pack that provides up to 500 full-power flashes that make it suitable in outdoor or location shooting. You can also run the monolight on AC power with an optional adapter.

Godox AD1200Pro recycles to full power in just two seconds and features a high-speed sync mode that works with shutter speeds up to 1/8000 second with action-stopping flash durations from 1/220 to 1/10,860 seconds. Another unique setting is its Stable Color Temperature mode, which tightly controls color to keep temperature changes within ±75K across the entire power range.

Stroboscopic Mode is capable of 100 continuous pops at 1/16 power output. A 40W LED modeling lamp with three selectable modes draws negligible power and helps pre=visualize your captured image.


• 2.4 GHz wireless system with a range of 328′ / 100m, five controllable slave groups and 32 channels
• Guide number of 407′ at ISO 100
• Can work as an optical slave with S1 and S2 modes
• Color temperature of 5600K (±200K)
• 3.5mm Sync cord slot for direct connection, wireless control port and USB-C port for firmware upgrades
• First curtain and second curtain sync modes
• Dot-matrix LCD display for on-board control
• Bowens-type reflector mount for use with compatible accessories
• Battery pack measures 10.2 x 9.3 x 5.7″ / 26 x 23.5 x 14.5cm

Order Godox AD1200 Pro Strobe Head and Pack from B&H Photo


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5 thoughts on “Godox Introduces AD1200 Pro Strobe Head and Pack”

  1. Looks absolutely Awesome. Such a shame that the head doesn’t come with the interchangeable mount like the AD400, otherwise I would buy two tomorrow. Would replace my old Brown mobil pack in a heartbeat for HSS and TTL.

    Maybe they will put out a new head later if enough people ask for it.

    Godox, consider yourself asked!

      1. Hi Brian,

        Hi Brian.

        No use to me, I have a crap-tonne of Bron gear, and this is a cool piece of kit. I would love to buy it, but am not going to buy reflectors just to use with this.

        An interchangeable system of some sort, like they have for the AD400 would make this so much more attractive to me, and everyone else who doesn’t have Bowens reflectors.

        Even the new AD300pro has an adapter system for the major brands, Bowens, Elinchrom, Profoto and Broncolor.

        Just asking, and hoping.


        1. Hey Jason, the flash accessory mount will be exactly the same as AD400 “Accessory Fitting Type: Bowens S Type”

          Bowens is sometimes referred to as “Universal Mount” because it’s the mount of choice for third-party flashes – but it’s not Universal in the sense you can slap a Broncolor or Profoto reflector on it.

          There is a Broncolor Speed Ring for Bowens Flash Systems which would allow you to use Broncolor softboxes – but I don’t see an adapter for Broncolor reflectors. But if there is one for AD400 – it would work with this as well.

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