The semi upright XT32 transmitter case houses 2 regular AA batteries.
And an AF assist light is now available when the transmitter is used on the corresponding Canon and Nikon camera hotshoes.
The XT32 are directly compatible with all of the new generation of Godox strobes providing 2.4GHz X system radio receivers built inside.
(Though they are ideally suited to the strobes only providing remote manual and HSS, as the XT32 do not provide any TTL functions).
As well as being compatible with the previous remote manual and HSS enabled Godox strobes which accept the XTR-16 and XTR-16s clip on radio receiver units.
The XT32 transmitter also provides the corresponding 16 Groups ( A – F & 0 – 9), and 32 Channels.
The XT32 feature a large clear LCD screen which displays just one groups power setting at a time.
5 clearly marked menu buttons provide a dual function each, one function on short press, and another when held down.
Located on the let side is a PC Sync port (input from a camera), and micro USB port for firmware updates.
And on the right side, the main On – Off switch, and AF assist light On – Off switch.