Godox launches X2T wireless flash trigger with Bluetooth

Godox launches X2T wireless flash trigger with Bluetooth

Godox has announced the X2T – price tag $59 – a new wireless flash trigger adds Bluetooth functionality and a larger display.

The Godox X2T offers a redesign that builds upon the X1T it replaces. A revamped interface promises to be easier to use on the X2T’s larger display, and a quick-lock mechanism for your camera’s hotshoe replaces a standard tightening wheel.

Godox has also added new buttons to the body. There are now three function buttons on the back of the X2T for adjusting settings, along with five group setting buttons on top. The dial also sits lower on the body than it did on the X1T.

The introduction of Bluetooth means photographers can now connect their iOS or Android devices to the Godox X2T and control settings such as the flash mode, power output and more.

Other features include support for TTL, a minimum power output of 1/256sec, 1/8000sec high-speed sync, manual mode, multi-flash mode, 32 channels, 99 wireless IDs and a USB-C port for firmware updates.

The X2T is powered by two AA batteries. You can pre-order the new Godox X2T at B&H Photo Video.