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Just picked up a little Godox TT350F

Discussion in 'Studio Lighting Forum' started by Carmen, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. Carmen

    Carmen Forum Geek :) Honorary Life Member

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    I wanted to get a smaller flashgun that would balance on my Fuji and work with TTL etc so I picked up a little Godox TT350F which I got for £60 on a best offer on ebay.

    I chose it because of recommendation and because it offers TTL compatibility and also HSS. My Nikon and Yongnuo flashguns do trigger on the Fuji but no TTL and also they look ridiculously massive.

    I have just been playing with the little flash and discovered (with the help of a You tube vid) that this little flashgun can also work as a 2.4G radio master controller for off camera TTL (or as a radio controlled slave). I did NOT know that on purchase... ! It can control 3 off camera groups of flashes (presumably other Godox) including their larger portable flash heads... that's really excellent IMO I did not even realise this when I bought it - however it may now mean I sell my Yongnuo's and get a couple more Godox!
     
  2. GJ Vernon

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    The TT 350´s are quite powerful for their size, i intend to use a couple fitted to a Photomed R2 bracket with an XProN trigger for close up and macro work.
    Way cheaper and more powerful than the Nikon R1C1 system - the image below shows two Nissin i40´s which are a similar size attached, but Godox TT350 is now preferable because of the more reliable wireless triggering. 70d_r2u_i40_out_900.jpg
     
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  3. hooferinsane

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    If I hadn't of invested in Yongnuo for my fuji cams (manual only) , I would buy into the Godox system for ttl and HSS.
     
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  4. GJ Vernon

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    i was hooked after buying the Godox AD600B, the triggers are compatible with everything in the range, we hope to get around 10 of the new lithium V860II´s for hummingbird multi setups - we just need to verify the short flash duration at 1/64 and 1/32 power before purchasing..
     
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  5. fmw

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    I know Canon compatible extension cords work with Fuji. Perhaps the flash units do as well.
     
  6. hooferinsane

    hooferinsane EXIF Seeker Super Moderator

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    The flash units for Canon definitely work for fuji, although Godox do make flashes specifically for fuji
     
  7. Lumixman

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    I got the Godox TT685-O and the X1T-O transmitter. It has about 3 times the wireless range of my Nissin i60A and half the price. I also have a Nissin air trigger and discovered both flashes would work if I piggy backed the Nissan onto the single pin hot shoe on the top of the Godox transmitter. As it is single pin, the Nissin has to be in manual mode but I can still control the power and zoom of the Nissin flashgun from the camera. I like the scalability of the Godox as the same trigger can also do a strobes.
     

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