TTL一体式外拍闪光灯
TTL ALL-in-One Outdoor Flash
AD600
深圳市神牛摄影器材有限公司
GODOX Photo Equipment Co., Ltd.
地址/Add: 深圳市宝安区福永镇福洲大道西新和村华发工业园A4栋
Building A4, Xinhe Huafa Industrial Zone, Fuzhou RD West, Fuyong
Town, Baoan District, Shenzhen 518103, China
电话/Tel: +86-755-29609320(8062)
传真/Fax: +86-755-25723423
邮箱/E-mail: godox@godox.com
http://www.godox.com
705-AD6000-00
Made In China
中英文双语 / Chinese English Bilingual
说明手册 / INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Foreword
For Your Safety
Before using this product
Always keep this product dry. Do not use in rain or in damp conditions.
Please read this user manual carefully in order to ensure your safety and the proper operation of this product. Keep
This product contains high-voltage electronic parts. Touching the high-voltage circuit inside it may result in
for future reference.
electric shock. Do not disassemble. Should repairs become necessary, this product must be sent to an
Thank you for purchasing a GODOX product.
Stop using this product if it breaks open due to extrusion, falling or strong hit. Otherwise, electric shock may
WITSTRO TTL All-in-One Outdoor Flash AD600 has strong power, all-in-one lithium battery pack and great
occur if you touch the electronic parts inside it.
authorized maintenance center.
portability. When using Godox 2.4G wireless X system off camera, AD600 can be triggered by X1 series flash trigger
Do not fire the flash directly into the eyes (especially those of babies) within short distances. Otherwise visual
in TTL/M/Multi mode, etc. With master & slave functions, AD600 can also use in combination with Godox TTL
impairment may occur. When taking pictures for babies, keep the flash unit at least 1 meter (3.3 feet) away
camera flashes, TTL outdoor flashes, TTL studio flashes, etc. With this AD600 flash, your shooting will become
from them. Using bounce flash to reduce light intensity is also recommended.
simpler. You can easily achieve a correct flash exposure even in complex light-changing environments.
Do not use the flash unit in the presence of flammable gases, chemicals and other similar materials. In certain
WITSTRO AD600 flash system is an AD600 flash with a bare tube, wireless flash trigger, and a range of dedicated
circumstances, these materials may be sensitive to the strong light emitting from this flash unit and fire or
light shaping accessories. AD600 offers studio quality light for outdoor and live shooting. The AD600 offers:
electromagnetic interference may result.
• Compatible wireless TTL system: Fully support Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL and other TTL systems in Godox
2.4G wireless X system. Workable as Slave unit in a wireless flash group.
Do not leave or store the flash unit if the ambient temperature reads over 50°C (e.g. in automobile). Otherwise
the electronic parts may be damaged.
• Dot-matrix LCD panel: with clear and convenient operation.
• Built-in 2.4G wireless transmission: with all-in-one functions and 80 meters further transmission
• Studio quality light: up to 600Ws, GN 87 (m ISO 100, with AD-R7 standard reflector). One AD600 can
overpower the sun.
• External battery pack: professional lithium battery pack (lithium, 11.1V/8700mAh), 0.01-2.5s recycling and 500
full power flashes.
• Lightweight and portable even with power and accessories
• Wireless control: With built-in Godox 2.4G wireless X system to achieve TTL control. Godox FT-16 flash trigger
can also be used to wirelessly adjust flash power level and trigger the flash. AD600 has 3.5mm sync cord jack
and PC sync socket to achieve various sync triggering mode.
• Wide-range accessories: softbox, beauty dish, snoots, color gels, etc.
• Power adjusts from full power to 1/256 in 1/3 stop increments
• Stable color temperature at 5600±200K over the entire power range
• 1/8000s high-speed sync flash, Focus-assist beam on/off & high-speed sync triggering
The powerful and portable AD600 meets the demands of freelance commercial photographers, photojournalists,
wedding and beach portraiture shooters, event and backpack photographers, photograph enthusiasts, etc.
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Contents
25
Foreword
26
For your safety
29
Name of Parts
Body
LCD Panel
Included Accessories
Separately Sold Accessories
Installing Reflector (Other Accessories)
Attaching Flash Tube
Adjusting Handle
33
Battery
34
Power Management
Wireless Flash Mode
35
Flash Mode— TTL Autoflash
FEC (Flash Exposure Compensation)
High-Speed Sync
36
Flash Mode—M: Manual Flash
38
Flash Mode—Multi/Stroboscopic Flash
39
Wireless Flash Shooting: Radio (2.4G) Transmission
Wireless Settings
Setting the Communication Channel
Setting the Communication Group
Wireless Flash Shooting
42
Wireless Flash Shooting: Optical Transmission
Wireless Settings
Setting the Communication Channel
Setting the Communication Group
Wireless Flash Shooting
44
C.Fn: Setting Custom Functions
45
Modeling Lamp
45
Other Applications
Wireless Control Function
Sync Triggering
Conventions used in this Manual
46
Protection Function
47
Technical Data
48
Troubleshooting
48
Firmware Upgrade
48
Maintenance
This manual is based on the assumption that both the camera and camera
flash’s power switches are powered on.
Reference page numbers are indicated by “p.**”.
The following alert symbols are used in this manual:
The Caution symbol indicates a warning to prevent shooting problem.
The Note symbol gives supplemental information.
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Name of Parts
Name of Parts
Body:
Body:
Body:
<
<MODE> Mode Selection Button
> Wireless Selection Button
<GR/CH>
Group/Channel Button
<MENU> Menu Button
Select Dial
< H>
High Speed Sync Button
Lithium Battery
< SET >Set Button
< >Test Button /
Flash Ready Indicator
Fan Outlet
Fan Inlet
Direction
Adjusting Handle
Accessory
Locking Ring
Battery
Locking Ring
Groove
Umbrella Mounting Hole
<ON/OFF>Power Switch
Ridge
Handle
<
>Modeling Lamp Button
Handle Lock Ring
Socket
LCD Panel:
Accessory Mount
3.5mm Sync Cord Jack
Mini USB Port
(1) TTL Autoflash
TTL:TTL Autoflash
Tube Socket
Battery Power Jack
High Speed Sync
Modeling
Lamp (LED)
Battery Indicator Button
Light Sensor
Flash exposure
compensation amount
Wireless Control Port
:Flash exposure
compensation
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Name of Parts
Name of Parts
LCD Panel:
Separately Sold Accessories
(2) M Manual Flash
M: Manual flash
Manual flash output
AD600 can be used in combination with the following accessories sold separately, so as to achieve best photography
effects: H600 Portable Flash Head, H1200 Portable Flash Head, X1 Wireless Flash Trigger, FT-16 Remote Control,
Softbox, Beauty Dish, Fold Up Umbrella, Snoots, Light Stand, etc.
(3) Multi Flash
Multi:Stroboscopic flash
Installing Reflector (Other Accessories)
Flash frequency
Number of flashes
(4) Radio Transmission Shooting/Optical Transmission Shooting
: Radio transmission
wireless shooting
: Optical transmission
wireless shooting
Firing group
1. Press down the Accessory Locking
Ring.
2. Insert the reflector into the Accessory
Mount and clock wise to lock it up.
Attaching Flash Tube
Channel
(5) Slave Unit
1. Remove the reflector or other
accessories from the flash head.
Flash duration
S1/S2
2. Match the flash tube in the Tube
Socket. Push the flash tube in until it
is securely seated into the socket.
Adjusting Handle
Included Accessories
1. Flash tube
2. Lithium battery pack
3.Battery charger
4. Power cord
5. Reflector
6. Instruction manual
1800
1. When the Direction Adjusting Handle
is not pulled out, screw clockwise
while unscrew anti clockwise.
1
2
3
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4
5
1800
2. The Direction Adjusting Handle's rotation angle should be restrained from 0 to
180 degrees below the flash body. Please pull out the Direction Adjusting
Handle, adjust the appropriate angle, and manipulate the step 1 before
colliding with the flash body.
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Battery
Battery
Features
Battery Level Indication
1. This flash unit uses Li-ion polymer battery which has long runtime. The available charge-and-discharge times are
500.
2. It is reliably safe. The inner circuit is against overcharge, overdischarge, overcurrent, and short circuit.
3. Take only 4 hours to fully charge the battery by using the standard battery charger.
Attach the battery pack to the flash correctly. Be aware of the battery level by check the battery level indication on
the LCD panel when using.
Cautions
Do not short circuit.
Do not expose to rain or immerse into water. This battery is not water proof.
Keep out of reach of children.
No over 24 hours' continuous charging.
Store in dry, cool, ventilated places.
Do not put aside or into fire.
Dead batteries should be disposed according to local regulations.
If the battery had ceased using for over 3 months, please make a full recharge.
Battery Level Indication
on the LCD Panel
LED Battery Level Indication on
the Battery
(Indicating battery level and
management of the whole flash
system)
(Indicating battery level and
management of non-loaded battery)
3 grids
1 red grid +3 green grids
Full battery
2 grids
1 red grid +2 green grids
Medium battery
1 grid
1 red grid +1 green grid
Low battery
Blank grid
1 red grid
Lower battery, please recharge it.
The battery level is going to be used out immediately.
And the flash will auto power off in 1 minute.
Note: Please recharge the battery as soon as possible
(within 10 days). Then, the battery can be used or be
placed for long period.
Blinking
Loading and Unloading the Battery Pack
Loading:
Meaning
Note: The two indications are almost the same except of grids shift.
Power Management
1
Match the battery's groove with
the main battery compartment's
ridge.
2
Push down the battery pack
until it is locked.
Long press the <ON/OFF> Power Switch for 2 seconds to control the on/off of the flash unit. Turn off the power
pack if the flash unit will not be used for an extended period (approx. 1 hour).
Unloading:
C.Fn Disabling Auto Power Off function is recommended when the flash is used off camera. (C.Fn-APO, Page 44)
Wireless Flash Mode
1
Push the Battery Locking Ring
to the right.
2
Push the battery pack upward
to unload it.
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AD600 can only be set as slave unit (receiver end). Press Wireless Selection Button to switch the two wireless
modes: radio transmission and optical transmission. When using radio transmission, AD600 will automatically switch
between Canon (C) and Nikon (N) system according to X1 series transmitter. When using optical transmission,
please set AD600 to Canon (C) or Nikon (N) before firing a flash.
Wireless Mode
Flash Mode
OFF
M / Multi
Radio Transmission
TTL / M / Multi
Optical Transmission
TTL / M / Multi
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Flash Mode — TTL Autoflash
Flash Mode — M: Manual Flash
This flash has three flash modes: TTL, Manual (M), and Multi (Stroboscopic). In TTL mode, the camera and the
flash will work together to calculate the correct exposure for the subject and the background.
* Press <MODE> Mode Selection Button and three flash modes will display on the LCD panel one by one with each
pressing.
The flash output is adjustable from 1/1 full power to 1/256th power in 1/3rd stop increments. To obtain a correct
flash exposure, use a hand-held flash meter to determine the required flash output.
GR/CH
MENU
MODE
H
MENU
TTL Mode
MODE
GR/CH
OFF/ON
MENU
GR/CH
H
Press <MODE > Mode Selection Button to enter TTL mode. The LCD panel will display <TTL>.
H
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
FEC: Flash Exposure Compensation
With FEC function, this flash can adjust from -3 to +3 in 1/3rd stops. It is useful in situations where minor adjusting
of the TTL system is needed based on the environment.
Setting FEC:
MODE
H
MENU
MODE
GR/CH
OFF/ON
2
Press < MODE > button so
that < M > is displayed.
3
Turn the Select Dial to choose a
desired flash output amount.
Press < SET > button again
to confirm the setting.
Flash Output Range
GR/CH
MENU
1
MENU
GR/CH
H
The following table makes it easier to see how the stop changes in terms of f/stop when you increase or decrease
the flash output. For example, when you decrease the flash output to 1/2, 1/2-0.3, or 1/2-0.7, and then increase the
flash output to more than 1/2, 1/2+0.3, 1/2+0.7, and 1/1 will be displayed.
H
Figures displayed when reducing flash output level
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
1/1–0.3
1
Press <SET> Button and
flash exposure compensation
amount will be highlighted on
the LCD panel.
2
Set the flash exposure compensation
amount.
3
Press < SET > button again
to confirm the setting.
● Turn the Select Dial to set the
1/1-0.7
1/2-0.3
1/2+0.7
1/2+0.3
······
1/2-0.7
1/2
1/1
1/4
1/4+0.7
1/4+0.3
······
Figures displayed when increasing flash output level
amount.
● “0.3”means 1/3 step, “0.7”means 2/3
Optical S1 Secondary Unit Setting
step.
In M manual flash mode, press <MENU> button to enter C.FN-SLAVE to choose S1 function, so that this flash can
function as an optical S1 secondary flash with optic sensor. With this function, the flash will fire synchronously when
the main flash fires, the same effect as that by the use of radio triggers. This helps create multiple lighting effects.
● To cancel the flash exposure
compensation, set the amount to
“+0”.
Optical S2 Secondary Unit Setting
High-Speed Sync
High Speed Sync (FP flash) enables the flash to synchronize with all camera shutter speeds. This is convenient
when you want to use aperture priority for fill-flash portraits.
MODE
MENU
Press < MENU > button to enter C.FN-SLAVE to choose S2 function, so that this flash can also function as an
optical S2 secondary flash with optical sensor in M manual flash mode. This is useful when cameras have pre-flash
function. With this function, the flash will ignore a single “preflash” from the main flash and will only fire in response
to the second, actual flash from the main unit.
GR/CH
● S1 and S2 optical triggering is only available in M manual flash mode.
H
OFF/ON
1
Press High Speed Sync Button
so that <
> is displayed.
2
Please use X1 series transmitter.
● If you set a shutter speed that is the same as or slower than the camera’s maximum flash sync speed, <
>
will not be displayed in the viewfinder.
● With high-speed sync, the faster the shutter speed, the shorter the effective flash range.
● To return to normal flash, press <
> button again. Then <
> will disappear.
● Multi flash mode cannot be set in high-speed sync mode.
● Over-temperature protection may be activated after 50 consecutive high-speed sync flashes.
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Flash Mode — M: Manual Flash
Flash Mode — Multi: Stroboscopic Flash
Display Flash Duration
With stroboscopic flash, a rapid series of flashes is fired. It can be used to capture a multiple images of a moving
subject in a single photograph. You can set the firing frequency (number of flashes per sec. expressed as Hz), the
number of flashes, and the flash output.
Flash duration refers to the length of time that from flash’s firing to reach the half peak at maximum. The half peak
at maximum is usually expressed as t=0.5. In order to provide the photographer with more concrete data, this
product adopts t=0.1. The difference between t=0.5 and t=0.1 is shown in the following picture.
GR/CH
MENU
MODE
A
H
MENU
MODE
GR/CH
OFF/ON
MENU
GR/CH
H
H
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
50%
1
10%
Press <MODE> button so that
<MULTI> is displayed.
2
Turn the Select Dial to choose
a desired flash output.
3
t
t=0.5
t=0.1
The flash duration will only be displayed on the LCD panel in M mode.
Set the flash frequency and flash
times.
● Press <SET> Button to select the
flash times. Turn the Select Dial to
set the number.
● Press <SET> Button to select the
flash frequency. Turn the Select
Dial to set the number.
● After you finish the setting, press
<SET> button and all the settings
will be displayed.
Calculating the Shutter Speed
During stroboscopic flash, the shutter remains open until the firing stops. Use the formula below to calculate the
shutter speed and set it with the camera.
Number of Flashes / Flash Frequency = Shutter Speed
For example, if the number of flashes is 10 and the firing frequency is 5 Hz, the shutter speed should be at least 2
seconds.
To avoid overheating and deteriorating the flash head, do not use stroboscopic flash more than 10 times in
succession. After 10 times, allow the camera flash to rest for at least 15 minutes. If you try to use the stroboscopic
flash more than 10 times in succession, the firing might stop automatically to protect the flash head. If this happens,
allow at least 15 minutes' rest for the camera flash.
● Stroboscopic flash is most effective with a highly reflective subject against a dark background.
● Using a tripod and a remote control is recommended.
● A flash output of 1/1 and 1/2 cannot be set for stroboscopic flash.
● Stroboscopic flash can be used with“buLb”.
● If the number of flashes is displayed as “--”, the firing will continue until the shutter closes or the battery is
exhausted. The number of flashes will be limited as shown by the following table.
Maximum Stroboscopic Flashes:
Flash
Output
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Hz
1
2
3
4
5
6-7
8-9
10
11
12-14
15-19
20-50
60-100
1/4
7
6
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
1/8
14
14
12
10
8
6
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
1/16
30
30
30
20
20
20
10
8
8
8
8
8
8
1/32
60
60
60
50
50
40
30
20
20
20
18
16
12
1/64
90
90
90
80
80
70
60
50
40
40
35
30
20
1/128
100
100
100
100
100
90
80
70
70
60
50
40
40
1/256
100
100
100
100
100
90
80
70
70
60
50
40
40
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Wireless Flash Shooting: Radio (2.4G) Transmission
Wireless Flash Shooting: Radio (2.4G) Transmission
AD600 adopts Godox 2.4G wireless X system, which has good compatibility with other products of our company.
As a slave unit, AD600 is automatically compatible with Canon E-TTL II system and Nikon i-TTL system according
to the master unit. When receiving the master unit’s signal, “C” or “N” will be displayed on the LCD panel.
Nikon cameras (use X1T-N, TT685N, etc.) and Canon cameras (use X1T-C, TT685C, etc.) can use one or more
AD600 flashes simultaneously.
3. Setting the Communication Group
Short press the < GR/CH > Button to choose group ID from A to E.
MODE
MENU
*As a slave unit, AD600 can be controlled by the following master units: AD360II-C, AD360II-N, TT685C, TT685N,
X1T-C, X1T-N, TT600,etc.
GR/CH
H
OFF/ON
4. Wireless Flash Shooting
Positioning and Operation Range (Example of wireless flash shooting)
● Autoflash Shooting with One Slave Unit
1. Wireless Settings
Press <
> Wireless Setting Button again until <
> is displayed on the panel.
MODE
MENU
Transmission distance is about 80m
GR/CH
H
OFF/ON
● Use the supplied mini stand to position the slave unit.
2. Setting the Communication Channel
● Before shooting, perform a test flash and test shooting.
If there are other wireless flash systems nearby, you can change the channel IDs to prevent signal interference. The
channel IDs of the master unit and the slave unit(s) must be set to the same.
● The transmission distance might be shorter depending on the conditions such as positioning of slave units, the
MENU
surrounding environment and whether conditions.
GR/CH
MODE
H
MENU
MODE
GR/CH
OFF/ON
MENU
GR/CH
H
H
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
1
Long press the <GR/CH>
Button for 2 seconds so that
channels ID is displayed on
the LCD panel.
2
Turn the Select Dial to choose a
channel ID from 1 to 32.
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3
Press the <SET> button to
confirm.
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Wireless Flash Shooting: Radio (2.4G) Transmission
Wireless Multiple Flash Shooting
You can divide the slave units into two or three groups and perform TTL autoflash while changing the flash ratio
(factor). In addition, you can set and shoot with a different flash mode for each firing group.
● Auto Shooting with Two Slave Groups
Wireless Flash: Optical Transmission
AD600 supports wireless flash functions and can be set as slave unit. Choose
Canon or Nikon optical wireless system through C. FN-REMOTE on the MENU list.
* Compatible Canon optical wireless system: AD600 can receive wireless signals of Canon speedlites e.g. 580EXII,
600EX-RT and commanders of Canon cameras e.g. 7D/60D/600D.
* Compatible Nikon optical wireless system: AD600 can receive wireless signals of Nikon speedlights e.g. SB-900,
SB-910 and commanders of D7100/D7000/D800.
● You can set up one to five slave groups for TTL autoflash shooting. With TTL autoflash, you can easily create
various lighting effects.
A
● Any flash settings (of flash exposure compensation, high-speed sync, FE lock, FEB, manual flash, Multi flash) on
the master unit will be automatically sent to the slave units. So the only thing you need to do is to set the master
unit to TTL mode without any operation for the slave units at all during the shooting.
● This flash can work in TTL autoflash, M manual flash, and Multi stroboscopic flash modes when set as a master
B
unit.
Positioning and Operation Range
15m(49.2ft)
● Auto Shooting with Three Slave Groups
Indoors
Outdoors
10m(32.8ft)
C
80°
A
8m(26.2ft)
B
12m(39.4ft)
1. Wireless Settings
Press <
> Wireless Setting Button again until <
MODE
Wireless shooting using radio transmission has advantages over wireless shooting using optic transmission, such
as being less affected by obstacles, and not having to point the slave unit's wireless sensor toward the master unit.
The main functional differences are as follows:
MENU
GR/CH
H
OFF/ON
Function
Radio Transmission
Optical Transmission
Distance
80m (X1 series transmitter)
Approx. 10m
Channel
1~32
1~4
Group
A/B/C/D/E
A/B/C
To be disturbed
Hard
Easy
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> is displayed on the panel.
C.Fn: Setting Custom Functions
Wireless Flash: Optical Transmission
2. Setting the Communication Channel
If there are other wireless flash systems nearby, you can change the channel IDs to prevent signal interference. The
channel IDs of the master unit and the slave unit(s) must be set to the same.
MENU
Custom Function
Signs
Functions
BEEP
Beeper
GR/CH
MODE
H
MENU
MODE
Setting Signs
Settings & Descriptions
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
S1
S1 mode
S2
S2 mode
OFF
OFF
NO
GR/CH
OFF/ON
MENU
GR/CH
SLAVE
S1/S2 mode selection
H
Restrictions
M mode
H
OFF/ON
OFF/ON
1
Long press the <GR/CH>
Button for 2 seconds so that
channels ID is displayed on
the LCD panel.
2
Turn the Select Dial to choose a
channel ID from 1 to 4.
3
Press the <SET> button
to confirm.
Temperature <45°: OFF
FAN
Fan working mode
NO
AUTO
Temperature >45°: LOW FAN
Temperature >60°: HIGH FAN
3. Setting the Communication Group
OFF
OFF
Short press the < GR/CH > Button to choose group ID from A to C.
SLEEP
Auto power off
Auto power off without any
NO
2HR
MODE
MENU
1HR
operation
GR/CH
3HR
H
OFF/ON
LIGHT
Backlighting time
12sec
Off in 12 sec.
OFF
Always off
ON
Always lighting
NO
The slave unit might be out of order or fire an unwanted flash due to the nearby fluorescent lamp or computer screen.
DELAY
Delay flash
OFF, 0.01~30S
UNITS
Total number of flashes
2~4
Can be triggered as second curtain M/Multi mode
Use UNITS in combination with
ALT
ALT: UNITS sets the total
number of flashes; ALT sets the
Triggering times
M mode
M mode
triggering times before flash’s firing
LCD
LCD contrast
0~9
10 levels
Optical wireless
remote system
CANON
Canon
REMOTE
NIKON
Nikon
RESET
Parameter resetting
Optical
wireless mode
NO
NO
YES
Reseting
1. Press < MENU > Button to enter C.Fn menu. The “Ver x.x” in the top-right corner refers to the software version.
2. Select the Custom Function Signs.
* Turn the Select Dial to select the Custom Function Signs.
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Modeling Lamp
Protection Function
3. Change the Setting.
* Press<SET> button and the Setting Signs are highlighted.
* Turn the Select Dial to set the desired number. Press <SET> button will confirm the settings.
4. Exit C.Fn Menu.
* Press <MENU> Button to exit.
Modeling Lamp
AD600 is equipped with a 10W LED modeling lamp which has 3 steps of light adjustment and two always lighting
modes.
• Short press the Modeling Lamp Button to set the steps:
One step: 30% of power output; off in 30 minutes (prevent overheating)
Two step: 60% of power output; off in 20 minutes (prevent overheating)
Three step: 100% of power output; off in 10 minutes (prevent overheating)
• Long press the modeling lamp for 2 seconds to set modeling modes:
1.Always lighting
2.Modeling lamp auto off when firing.
MODE
GR/CH
MENU
1. Over-Temperature Protection
● To avoid overheating and deteriorating the flash head, do not fire more than 100 continuous flashes in fast
succession at 1/1 full power. After 100 continuous flashes, allow a rest time of at least 10 minutes.
● If you fire more than 100 continuous flashes and then fire more flashes in short intervals, the inner over-
temperature protection function may be activated and make the recycling time over 10 seconds. If this occurs,
allow a rest time of about 10 minutes, and the flash unit will then return to normal.
● When the over-temperature protection is started,
is shown on the LCD display.
Number of flashes that will activate over-temperature protection:
Power Output Level
Number of Flashes
1/1
100
1/2(+0.3,+0.7)
150
1/4(+0.3,+0.7)
200
1/8(+0.3,+0.7)
300
1/16(+0.3,+0.7)
400
1/32(+0.3,+0.7)
500
1/64(+0.3,+0.7)
H
1/128(+0.3,+0.7)
1000
OFF/ON
1/256(+0.3,+0.7)
Number of flashes that will activate over-temperature protection in high-speed sync triggering mode:
Power Output
Times
1/1
50
1/2(+0.3,+0.7)
60
1/4(+0.3,+0.7)
75
Wireless Control Function
1/8(+0.3,+0.7)
100
The flash unit is built in with a Wireless Control Port so that you can
wirelessly adjust the power level of the flash and the flash triggering.
To control the flash wirelessly, you need a FT-16 remote control set (oncamera and on-flash). Insert its receive end into the Wireless Control Port
on the flash and insert the transmit end into the camera hot shoe. Settings
made on the hotshoe-mounted transmit and receive ends will be wirelessly
communicated to the flash. Then you can press the camera shutter
release button to trigger the flash. You can also hold the transmit end at
hand to control your off-camera flash.
1/16(+0.3,+0.7)
150
1/32(+0.3,+0.7)
200
Other Applications
1/64(+0.3,+0.7)
1/128(+0.3,+0.7)
300
1/256(+0.3,+0.7)
2. Other Protections
● The system provides real-time protection to secure the device and your safety. The following lists prompts for
For full instructions on the use of FT series remote control, see its
user manual.
your reference:
LCD Panel
Meaning
E1
A failure occurs on the recycling system so that the flash cannot fire.Please restart the
flash unit. If the problem still exists, please send this product to a maintenance center.
E2
The system gets excessive heat. Please allow a rest time of 10 minutes.
Sync Triggering
E3
The Sync Cord Jack is a Φ3.5mm plug. Insert a trigger plug here and the flash will be fired synchronously with the
camera shutter.
The voltage on two outlets of the flash tube is too high.
Please send this product to a maintenance center.
E9
There are some errors occurred during the upgrading process.
Please using the correct firmware upgrade method.
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Technical Data
Troubleshooting
Model
Wireless Slave Unit Mode
Radio transmission mode (compatible with Nikon & Canon)
Optical transmission mode (compatible with Nikon & Canon)
Flash Mode
Wireless off
M/Multi
Slave unit of radio transmission
TTL/M/Multi
Slave unit of optical transmission
TTL/M/Multi
Compatible Cameras under
Nikon cameras, supporting i-TTL/M/RPT flash (X1N as master unit, etc.)
Radio Transmission (as slave unit)
Canon EOS cameras, supporting E-TTL II/M/RPT flash (X1C as master unit, etc.)
Guide No. (m ISO 100)
87 (m ISO 100, with AD-R7 standard reflector)
Flash Duration
1/220 to 1/10000 seconds
POWER
600W
Power Output
9 steps: 1/256~1/1
Stroboscopic Flash
Provided (up to 100 times, 100Hz)
Flash Exposure Compensation (FEC)
Manual. Feb: ±3 stops in 1/3 stop increments.
Sync mode
High-speed sync (up to 1/8000 seconds), first-curtain sync, and second-curtain sync
Delay Flash
0.01~30 Seconds
Mask
√
Fan
√
Beeper
√
Modeling Lamp (LED)
10W
Optical Slave Flash
S1/S2
Flash Duration Indication
√
Display
Dot-matrix panel
If there is a problem, refer to this Troubleshooting Guide.
The flash exposure is underexposed or overexposed.
● There was a highly reflective object (e.g. glass window) in the picture.
→Use FE lock (FEL).
● You used high-speed sync.
→With high-speed sync, the effective flash range will be shorter. Make sure the subject is within the effective flash
range displayed.
● You used Manual Flash mode.
→Set the flash mode to TTL or modify the flash output.
Firmware Upgrade
This flash supports firmware upgrade through the USB port. Update information will be released on our
official website.
USB connection line is not included in this product. The USB port is a standard Micro USB socket. Common
USB connection line is applicable.
• Wireless Flash (optical transmission and 2.4G transmission)
Wireless Flash Function
Slave, Off
Controllable Slave
Optical
3 (A, B, C)
Groups
2.4G
5 (A, B, C, D, E)
Transmission Range Optical
Indoors: 12 to 15 m / 39.4 to 49.2 ft.
(approx.)
Outdoors: 8 to 10 m / 26.2 to 32.8 ft.
Channels
2.4G
80m
Optical
4 (1, 2, 3, and 4)
2.4G
32 (1~32)
• Power Supply
Power Supply
Lithium battery pack (11.1V/8700mAh)
Full Power Flashes
500
Recycle Time
Approx. 0.01-2.5s
Battery Indicator
√
Power Indication
Power off automatically after approx. 60 minutes of idle operation.
• Sync Triggering Mode
3.5mm sync line, wireless control port
• Color Temperature
5600±200k
Maintenance
● Shut down the device immediately should abnormal operation be detected.
● Avoid sudden impacts and the product should be dedusted regularly.
● It is normal for the flash tube to be warm when in use. Avoid continuous flashes if unnecessary.
● Maintenance of the flash must be performed by our authorized maintenance department which can provide original
accessories.
● This product, except consumables e.g. flash tube, is supported with a one-year warranty.
● Unauthorized service will void the warranty.
● If the product had failures or was wetted, do not use it until it is repaired by professionals.
● Changes made to the specifications or designs may not be reflected in this manual.
• Dimensions
Dimension (with battery)
220x245x125 mm (flash tube & reflector not included)
Net Weight (with battery)
2.66 Kg (flash tube & reflector not included)
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