Godox XT32C Review
The Godox XT32C Transmitter works with the Godox X wireless radio system (2.4GHz) and is compatible with most Canon EOS cameras and Godox flashes with a built-in wireless X system. This radio trigger only works in manual flash mode, it doesn’t have TTL capabilities. It’s therefore ideally suited if you plan on using it with a manual-only flash such as the Godox TT600. The XT32C supports high speed sync, has an infra-red auto-focus assist beam and a dedicated modelling lamp on/off button (which obviously only works if your speedlite has a dedicated modelling lamp)
The unit itself is well made with easy to use buttons and a smallish but adequate LCD angled display screen. If you are looking for a “manual only” radio trigger then the XT32C offers the best value and is easier to use than the other radio triggers on offer. However if you plan to add a TTL speedlite or studio light to your lighting kit in the future then investing in a Godox X2T-C or the XPro-C keeps your options open and only costs a bit more.
£38 / US$46 (updated 11 Feb 2021)
The Godox XT32C is compatible with most Canon EOS cameras and can be used as an on-camera transmitter to control any Godox flash that uses the X radio system (TT350C / TT600 / TT685 / V860 II / V1C / AD100 Pro / AD200 / AD200 Pro / AD300 Pro / AD360 IIC etc). Note that this is a manual-only radio trigger so the ETTL capabilities of the Speedlites won’t function.
Godox XT32 Specification
Manual / output settings: Yes – 1/1- 1/128 (default)
Manual steps: 1/3 stop increments (default)
The output range can be extended to 1/256 and the interval steps can be changed to 0.1 stop by pressing the <SET> button for 2 seconds and making selection as required.
No. This radio trigger does not have E-TTL II capabilities. Manual flash only.
Radio Wireless (RF)
Transmitter maximum range approximately: up to 100m
No. of groups: 6 groups in standard mode (A, B, C, D, E & F) and 16 groups when using studio flash in manual mode (0-9, A-F)
No. of channels: 32
No, this is a radio transmitter only.
Auto-Focus (AF) Assist
High speed sync (HSS): Yes up to 1/8000 sec
Second-curtain flash sync: Yes (setting on camera)
Modelling flash: Yes (fired with camera’s depth-of-field preview button)
Colour temperature info communication: No
Remote shutter release: No
Custom function: 4
Flash settings from camera menus (with compatible cameras only): Yes
External flash exposure sensor (S1, S2): No
PC terminal: Yes
Micro USB port for firmware updates
Batteries & Recycling Time
Battery: 2 x AA batteries (alkaline or rechargeable Ni-MH)
Standby time 120 hrs
Dust and water resistance: No
Mounting foot material: Metal
Size: 100 x 50 x 52mm
Weight: 80g (excluding batteries)
Godox XT32C Manual
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Page last checked and updated on 11 February 2021