The Godox XT16 is a universal transmitter that can trigger the AD200 pocket flash when used on any hotshoe camera. Perfect for Fuji, Panasonic, Olympus, Hasselblad, Leica, etc. XT16 can control flash power of the AD200 but there is NO TTL or HSS (High Speed Sync) function.
Adopts Godox wireless 2.4G X-system to get a wide range of applications. Setting flash power on/off, power level, modeling lamp on/off, buzzer on/off, the AF-assist beam on/off and flash triggering
Transmitter Power Supply: 3V (2*AA Ni-MH or alkaline batteries)(not included) Receiver Power Supply: 5V (Powered by flashes) Transmit Frequency: 2.4GHz wireless remote system Workable Distance: Over 100m/ 328ft (open areas) Control on Flashes: Flash power ratio; Modeling lamp or AF-assist beam on/off; Buzz on/off; Power-ratio display mode; Flash triggering. Max. Sync. Speed: 1/250 second Channel: 16
(To sync channel with AD200 see the chart below for matching switch configuration)
Note: To use a low Fstop in very bright light I suggest using the high quality ND filter that is recommended as an option. This filter is one of the highest quality filters available with excellent sharpness and minimal color cast. Kase ND16 Filter (4stop light reduction)