The PIXAPRO ONE System means that you can now control all your PIXAPRO flashes from just one trigger!
The PIXAPRO CITI300 PRO (Godox AD300 PRO) is a Super-Compact 300Ws Monolight Strobe, that features a self-contained rechargeable 2600mAh Lithium-ion Battery, which enables it to be used either in the studio or on location. With its 300Ws of power, the CITI300 PRO is perfect for photographers who want a small, yet powerful monolight strobe that is very lightweight and small enough to throw into their camera bag for use on location. Perfect for Wedding, Portrait, Fashion, Lifestyle, and Events Photographers.
The CITI300 Pro is a compact, lightweight, and portable flash weighing only 1.25kg with the battery included and measuring 190 x 100 x 90mm making this light a great choice for the on-location or travelling photographer to easily pack in their bag.
The CITI300 Pro features a self-contained rechargeable 2600mAh Lithium-ion Battery that will provide you with enough power to take up to 320 full powered shots.
The CITI300 Pro can be powered down to 1/256 of its full power in 1/10 stop increments. This is perfect for times when you would like to use a wide aperture for shallow depth-of-field in your photographs.
The CITI300 PRO features a 12W Bi-Colour COB LED modelling light, which allows you to adjust the colour-temperature of your light between 3000-6000K in 10 steps and will run for approximately 2.5 hours on the battery full to empty.
The CITI300 PRO features super short Recycling times of between 0.01 – 1.5 seconds making it less likely for you to miss key moments.
This feature works with your camera’s metering system to determine the best flash-exposure to capture your perfect shot. This function can save you a lot of time on a shoot as it rules out having to do the age-old trial and error method, this feature is especially handy when working in a fast-paced shooting environment.
The CITI300 PRO features HSS making it possible to shoot at a shutter speed that is faster than your camera’s Sync speed, enabling you to kill the ambient exposure and use the flash to illuminate your subject so the sky will not get blown out.
The Stroboscopic Flash feature causes your CITI300 Pro to fire multiple low-powered flashes in rapid succession. Combined with a slow shutter speed, you can capture a sequence of images of a moving subject in one exposure such as the one in the photo above.
The CITI300 PRO features a Built-in 2.4GHz flash receiver, which enables it to be used in conjunction with any of the PIXAPRO 2.4GHz ONE System flash Triggers allowing you to control the power of your flashes remotely as well as turning the modelling lamp on and off, changing groups & channels and Triggering. etc.
The One System allows you to communicate with our PIXAPRO flashes built-in receivers and control them all from one trigger. The 2.4GHz system will give you full functionality, The CITI300 Pro supports Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Fuji film and Pentax cameras, with full TTL control. It can also be used manually with other camera brands, such as Hasselblad, Leica, and PhaseOne.
The CITI300 Pro features a Godox accessory mount, making it compatible with the Custom CITI300 accessories and the large range of our modifiers which are able to be purchased with a Godox fitting on our website…However there are also options available if you already have modifiers that you would like to use, they can be added on to this light with adapters… (available to purchase separately) the most popular choice being the S-Type Adapter Bracket. We do also sell an Adapter Ring and Mount Bundle available in Bowens S-Type, Elinchrom, Broncolor and Profoto.
The CITI300 Pro is the ultimate flash in the Compact flash category … with 300Ws of power, a 12W bicolour modelling lamp and all the features of a larger studio Flash such as HSS, TTL, Multi Flash, Built-in Receiver and super-fast recycle times whilst being contained in a body that only weighs 1.25kg including the Battery, it truly is little but mighty and is perfect for the Traveling, Wedding, Portrait, Fashion, Lifestyle, and Events Photographers either in the studio and on Location.
Please Note: PiXAPRO Flash and Triggering Systems are fully compatible with Godox 2.4GHz Triggers, which will allow you to mix both Godox and PiXAPRO Equipment together without issue.
|Colour Temperature||5600 ± 200K|
|Flash Duration||1,220s - 1/10,200s|
|Recycle Times||0.01 – 1.5 Seconds|
|Power Range||1/1 - 1/256 (1/10th Stop Increments)|
|Power Source||Built in (removable) 14.4v/2600mAh Lithium-ion Battery|
|Number of Flashes||Approx. 320 Full Powered Flashes Per Charge|
|LED Modelling Bulb Output||12W Bi-Colour|
|Modelling Lamp Colour Temperature||3000-6000K|
|Modelling Lamp Power Range||Approx. 2.5 hours to fully charge from empty.|
|Flash Modes||TTL (Canon, Nikon Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, Fujifilm) / M / Multi|
|High Speed Sync||Up to 1/8,000s|
|Flash Exposure Bracketing / Flash Exposure Compensation||±3 Stops (1/3 Stop Increments)|
|Flash Exposure Lock||Yes|
|Radio Frequency||2.4GHz (Compatible with PIXAPRO One System)|
|Work Range||100m Transmitter in Open Area|
|Slave Modes||Manual Slave Modes S1 & S2|
|Other Trigger Methods||
PC Sync Port, 3.5mm Sync port, USB port for Pro AC Trigger Set
(Manual Flash Support Only)
|Dimension||190 x 100 x 90mm|
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