Godox has added a new model AD400Pro to its line of monoblocks, which will take the intermediate position between the AD200 and AD600Pro. The new monoblock has 400 watts of power and comes with a Godox X1 2 radio control system.4Ghz with HSS support up to 1/8000s. and TTL mode compatible with Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL, and TTL systems of Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, and Panasonic.
The AD400Pro has a guide number of 72m at ISO 100, and the color temperature is at 5600 ± 200K. Using the stable color temperature mode, you can keep fluctuations within ± 75K throughout the power range. The monoblock can be remotely controlled by five groups of devices on one of 32 channels within a radius of up to 100 meters and AD400Pro can be used as a master or slave device. In addition, the built-in 30W LED lamp makes it possible to use the monoblock as a simulation light source.
The AD400Pro also features first/second-curtain sync, flash delays from 0.01 to 30 seconds, and strobe mode with 100 flashes at 100 Hz. The unit has a USB Type-C port for firmware updates and a mini-jack 3 sync connector on the body.5 mm. The monoblock is powered by a built-in lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 2600 mAh., Fully charged for 390 full flashes. The AD400Pro can also be used with external power supplies when needed.
Specially designed mounts Godox, allows you to use AD400Pro with a wide range of accessories and modifiers, and included adapter allows you to install lighting devices Bowens. AD400Pro also supports third party adapters for use with Broncolor, Prophoto, Elinchrom and other brands of accessories.
Price and availability
Godox AD400Pro will go on sale in August 2018. The price of the monoblock will be announced later. For comparison, the AD200 costs $330 and the AD600Pro $899 so we can assume that the price of the AD400Pro will be in the range of $600.