Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Godox X2T-N TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Nikon, Bluetooth Connection, 1/8000s HSS, TCM Function, 5 Separate Group Buttons, Relocated Control-Wheel, New Hotshoe Locking, New AF Assist Light
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update: - the answer of Godox support confirm that the Flash on the shoe work only in manual power mode, not in the TTL mode.. the only way to trig the flash in TTL is with the X1R-N.. (can you imagine the setup with a receiver on the transmitter on the camera? ..me no!!).. they confirm what i was suspected (no camera icon appear on the Nikon Flash, so no communication and no TTL available).. now why to put all the contacts on the top shoe if not better than an optical trigger?? ..don’t want to disturb they engineers but maybe a new release will correct that one day.. anyway it’s a good idea to have the red led assistance and have it as backup or second trigger.. im a bit frustrated because i was buyed it specifically for that possibility.. the Xpro is more easy to use and recommend it!
i have buyed the X2T-N and writed to Godox support with videos about my Nikon SB-900 on the shoe (on the X2T-N) which don’t work in TTL.. less that all work well.. (the Xpro is a better choice if i can’t use a flash on it in TTL).. i will update this later, if i find why!
Bought this even tho I have the XPro controller, the screen at the back is easier to see when the camera is high on a tripod and the Bluetooth option makes the small screen irrelevant. App is working well on my Galaxy S9 and iPad air 2. My only disappointment is that it does have the TCM (TTL-Convert-Manual) option the XPro has.