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Professional Studio Flash
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
Instruction Manual
705-DP2000-00
Made In China
说
明
手
册
Chinese English Bilingual 中英文双语
Warning
FOREWORD
Thanks for choosing DPII series studio flash.
DPII series studio flash provides a functional and durable lighting solution for
studio and workshop shooting. It is equipped with a wireless control port so
that an optional remote power control and flash triggering system is available.
With a solid build, it adopts Bowens-style mount to add various studio light
shaping accessories. The flash performs excellently in portrait and product
shooting, wedding photography, advertising and fashion commercial
photography. The DPII flash offers:
Built-in Godox 2.4G wireless X system
1/2000 to 1/800 second short flash duration and fast recycling with 150W modeling lamp
Wireless control of the flash power ratio, modeling lamp and buzzer, as well as flash
triggering
Anti-preflash function, enabling synchronization with cameras having a one-preflash firing
system
Precise output control, 40 steps from 1/16-1/1
Stable color temperature ranging within 5600±200K
Compatible Bowens mount adds various accessories to give multiple lighting effects
Adjusted settings are remembered after 3 seconds and recovered after a restart
CONTENTS
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Foreword
Warning
Caution
Names of Parts
• Body
• LCD Panel
• Accessories
• Separately Sold Accessories
Operations
• Flash Preparation
• Power Connection
• Modeling Lamp
• Power Output Control
• Test Button
• Sync Triggering
• GR/CH Button
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16
17
18
18
• Slave Trigger Model
• Buzz Function
• Key Combination
• Alarm Display
• Memory Function
• Wireless Control Function
• Tube Replacement
Technical Data
Maintenance
To prevent damage to the product or injury to you or to others, read the
following warnings in their entirety before using this product. Keep these
Warning where users can read them for ready reference.
Do not disassemble or modify. Should the product break down, send the
defective back to the authorized service center for inspection and maintenance.
Keep dry. Do not handle with wet hands, immerse in water, or expose to rain.
Keep out of reach of children.
Please put the device in a ventilation environment and keep the parts of lighting
and heat dissipation holes are unobstructed. Do not use in flammable
environment.
As this product adopts make and break device, please keep it easy to be used.
No touching the heating parts of this product.
Please turn off the power and wear insulated gloves before installing and
connecting accessories. When replacing the tube or modeling lamp, please
make sure that the tube is cool and wear insulated gloves to prevent burns.
Do not flash directly towards naked eyes (especially those of babies), otherwise
it may lead to visual impairment.
Disconnect from the power supply when it will not be used for an extended
period.
CAUTION
After 30 continuous flashes at full power, the flash should be cooled down for
about 3 minutes. Overheating will occur if it is used continuously without cooling
down.
Do not keep using the modeling lamp for a long time; otherwise flammable
accessories attaching to flash head, e.g. softbox will get burnt. A 10-minute time
is recommended in this case. After 10 minutes, cool it down for 1 minute.
When using a snoot, do not keep the modeling lamp on for a long time or fire too
frequently (not over six times for one minute). Overheating will result in damages
for strobe housing and/or studio light.
Avoid sudden impacts as this can damage the flash tube and/or modeling lamp.
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LCD Panel
NAMES OF PARTS
3
2
Body
1
4
5
S
CH
6
11
7
10
14
8
6
7
9
2
12
5
13
4
3
1
15
17
18
9
8
OFF
PROP
10
%
12
11
8. Flash Output
9. Modeling Lamp is off
10. Modeling Lamp is in the PROP
mode
11. Modeling Lamp shows the power
in percentage
12. Modeling Lamp is off when
triggering the flash
1. Built-in 2.4G Wireless
Transmission
2. Built-in Wireless Channel
3. Built-in Wireless Channel Dial
4. Slave Model Indicator
5. Beep
6. Temperature Alarm Display
7. Built-in Wireless Group
16
Accessories
10. LCD Display
11. Light Sensor
12. Modeling Lamp Indicator
13. Test Indicator
14. Select Dial + SET Button
15. Fuse
16. Mounting Bracket
17. Umbrella Input
18. Direction Adjusting Handle
1. AC Power Socket
2. Sync Cord Jack
3. Power Switch
4. Test Button
5. MOD/OFF Modeling Lamp Button
6. S1/S2 Slave Model Button
7. Group/Channel Button
8. BUZZ Button
9. Wireless Control Port
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Power Cord
Lamp Cover
Modeling Lamp
Instruction Manual
Separately sold accessories
The product can be used in combination with the following accessories sold
separately, so as to achieve best photography effects: X1, XT16 or FT-16 remote
control, Power Inverter, Softbox, Photographic Umbrella, Light Stand, Barndoor,
Snoot, etc.
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OPERATIONS
Flash Preparation
1. Take down the lamp cover.
Install the modeling lamp and
put on the glass protection
cover and the standard
reflector.
(To uninstall the standard
reflector, press the release
button on the flash head and
turn the standard reflector
counter-clockwise to take it
out, as illustrated in the
picture.)
2. Attach the flash unit onto an appropriate light stand. Adjust the mounting
bracket (16) for a good angle and make sure it is tightened and fixed. Use the
direction adjusting handle (18) to adjust the flash to a desired direction. Umbrella
input (17) is for different photo umbrellas to put in.
Power Connection
Use the power cord to connect the flash to an AC power source and turn on the
power switch (3).
Modeling Lamp
Short press the Modeling Lamp Button (5) to choose the modeling lamp’s mode
(OFF, PROP and percentage); and long press the Modeling Lamp Button (5) to
switch on or off the function that the modeling is off when triggering the flash.
Modeling lamp will be off automatically after lighting for 4 hours, avoiding
overheat due to long-time lighting when the user is not nearby.
OFF: Modeling lamp is off.
PROP: The modeling lamp's power changes with the flash's power. The bigger
power the flash has, the brighter the modeling lamp is.
Percentage: Adjust the modeling lamp's light brightness manually from 5% to
100%.
Setting:
1. When OFF is displayed, short press the <MOD/OFF> Button to enter PROP
mode. Now the LCD panel shows PROP.
2. When PROP is displayed, short press the <MOD/OFF> Button to enter
Percentage mode. Short press the SET Button and the percentage value is
blinking. Turn the Select Dial to choose the light brightness from 5% to 100%.
Short press the SET Button to exit.
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3. When PROP is displayed, short press the <MOD/OFF> Button can back to
<OFF> mode.
4. When in NON OFF mode, long press the <MOD/OFF> Button for 2 seconds to
switch on the function that the modeling is off when triggering the flash. Now
the LCD panel shows ( ). Long press the <MOD/OFF> Button again to exit
this mode.
When there is flammable accessory on the flash unit, do not keep the
modeling lamp on for a long time. It is recommended to cool it down
for one minute after 10 minutes' working.
Power Output Control
Select dial (14) decides different power output, satisfying light requirements in
different environment. The power is adjustable freely from 1/32 to 1/1 which will
be accordingly shown on the LCD display (10). "--" on the display indicates that
the flash triggering function is turned off. Press the test button to discharge power
when the flash output is adjusted from high to low.
Test Button
To fire the flash without taking a picture, press the test button (4). It can also help
adjust the flash brightness when combined with the select dial (14). Press the
SET button and turn on the flash to view its version.
Sync Triggering
The sync cord jack (2) is a Φ3.5mm plug.
Insert a trigger plug here and the flash will
be fired synchronously with the camera
shutter. Synchronously press the S1/S2
button and BUZZ button to recover factory
settings.
GR/CH Button
Short press the GR/CH button can adjust the built-in wireless group. When the
group indicator on the LCD panel is blinking, turn the select dial to change. And
long press the GR/CH button can adjust the built-in wireless channel. When the
channel indicator on the LCD panel is blinking, turn the select dial to change.
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Slave Trigger Model
Three slave triggering models are available and can be set by pressing slave
model button (6).
◆No optical control: S1 or S2 is not displayed on the LCD panel, indicating the
slave triggering function is shut down.
◆Optic S1 Secondary Unit Setting: In M manual flash mode, press <S1/S2>
button so that this flash can function as an optic 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.
◆Optic S2 Secondary Unit Setting: Press <S1/S2> button so that this flash can
also function as an optic S2 secondary flash with optic 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.
Wireless Control Function
The flash unit has built-in 2.4G wireless transmission, which can be used
together with X1 and XT16 flash trigger.
Synchronously press the <GR/CH> Button and the <S1/S2> Button can turn on
the built-in wireless transmission and the < > is displayed. 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.
Buzz Function
The BUZZ button (8) is used for deciding whether there is sound reminder for
ready flash after recharging. When the buzz indicator is on the LCD panel, the
buzz function is working; when it is disappear, the buzz function is not working. A
“BI” sound will be heard when it’s fully charged.
1
Setting the Communication Channel
CH
CH
S
ON
CH
ON
S
OFF
OFF
Long press the <GR/CH>
Button for 2 seconds until
the channel IDs is blinking.
2
Turn the Select Dial to choose
the channel from 1 to 32.
3
Press the <SET> Button to
confirm.
Setting the Communication Group
CH
ON
CH
S
ON
S
CH
OFF
ON
S
OFF
OFF
1
Short press the <GR/CH>
Button for 2 seconds until
the group IDs is blinking.
2
Turn the Select Dial to choose
the group from 0 to F.
Memory Function
The device is equipped with memory function for the panel setting. It will help
remember the panel setting 3 seconds after you set it. When starting up the flash
next time, the panel setting will be the same as that before powering it off.
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S
OFF
Key Combination
Synchronously press the <GR/CH> Button and the <S1/S2> Button can turn
on/off the built-in wireless transmission. If there are no wireless and channel
indicators displayed on the LCD panel, the built-in wireless transmission is off. On
the contrary, the built-in wireless transmission is on.
Alarm Display
E0 The temperature sensor is not connected.
E1 When charging, the capacitance and voltage are not rising within 1 second.
E2 The fastest heating-up component is over the extra temperature.
E3 Discharged capacitance and voltage>rating +10%
Alarm sounds, BIBI, ringing per 0.5 second. Press SET button to stop alarming.
ON
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3
Press the <SET> Button to
confirm.
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 hotshoemounted 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.
TECHNICAL DATA
Model
DP300II
DP400II
DP600II
DP800II
DP1000II
Max Power (WS)
300Ws
400Ws
600Ws
800Ws
1000Ws
58
65
80
88
92
Guide Number(m ISO 100)
Color Temperature
5600±200K
Operating Voltage
AC110V-120V~60Hz or AC220V-240V~50Hz
Power Output Control
OFF, 6.0~10.0(1/16~1/1)
Modeling Lamp (W)
Triggering Method
150W
Sync cord, Test button, Slave triggering, Wireless control port
1/2000~1/800s
Flash Duration
5V
Parameters Output from
the Sync Cord Jack
For full instructions on the use of FT series remote control, see its
user manual.
5V/200mA (only for Godox receiver)
Parameters Output from
the USB Port
Fuse
Tube Replacement
Recycle Time
Shut down the power and remove the power cord before replacing the flash tube
and wear insulated gloves. Then, loosen the iron wire on the tube, keep a balanced
hold on the two feet of the flash tube and pull out the old tube gently. Take down the
feet casing from the old tube and put it on the new one. Hold two feet of the new
tube, and target directly towards the two copper outlets, then push them slightly in.
Twine the iron wire on the stainless steel sheet to fix the flash tube.
Dimension
Net Weight
5A
8A
0.3-1.2s
0.4-2s
0.3-1.5s
Flash diameter12.5CM, height of flash with handle 21.5CM,
length of flash with lamp cover 42CM
Approx. 2.5kg
2.59kg
3.02kg
3.2kg
3.3kg
MAINTENANCE
Shut down the device immediately when it works abnormally and find out the reason.
Avoid sudden impacts and the lamp should be dedusted regularly.
It is normal for the lamp 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. The flash-tube and the modeling lamp are
user-replaceable. Replacement tubes and lamps can be obtained from the manufacturer.
This product, except consumables e.g. flash tube and modeling lamp, 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.
Disconnect the power when cleaning the flash or when changing the flashtube /
modeling lamp.
Changes made to the specifications or designs may not be reflected in this manual.
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