Flashpoint have announced the Zoom-Lion Mini TTL R2 / Godox V350S, TTL and HSS enabled speedlight for Sony cameras.

And they are available now from Adorama for $159.

The Zoom-Lion Mini / V350S provide the same guide number and functions as the previously available Zoom Mini / TT350S.

Though the Zoom-Lion Mini are powered by a Lithium-ion battery, which provides 1.7 second full power recycle time, and over 500 full power shots per charge.



Including integrated 2.4GHz radio transceivers, the Zoom Lion-Mini provide radio Master and Slave modes, compatible with the full system of Flashpoint R2 and Godox X series lights and radio triggers.






  • GN 36m (ISO 100 @ 105mm)
  • Powered by 7.2V 2000mAh Lithioum-ion Battery
  • HSS to 1/8000th
  • Flash Mode – TTL /M / Multi
  • 1st Curtain Sync / 2nd Curtain Sync
  • FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 stops)
  • Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 output control (1/3rd increments)
  • Flash Zoom 24 – 105mm
  • Radio Master & Slave Modes for Flashpoint R2 & Godox X 2.4GHz Radio Systems
  • Flashpoint / Godox – Sony TTL Radio Slave Mode
  • 3 Remote Groups A / B / C
  • 16 Channels
  • Range to 30m
  • S1 and S2 Optic Slave Modes
  • Recycle Time: 0.1 – 1.7 Seconds
  • Full Power Flashes – 500+
  • Head Tilt/Swivel: -7 – 90 Degree Tilt, 0 – 270 Degree Swivel
  • Backlit LCD Screen
  • Sony Multi Interface Foot with Locking Ring
  • Sound Prompt
  • Custom Functions
  • Settings Memory
  • Overheat Protection
  • USB Port for Firmware Updates




Unlike the AA powered versions, the Zoom Lion-Mini come supplied with the Lithium-ion battery and dedicated charger.








Sony camera models: a7RII, a7RII, a7R, a58, a99, ILCE6000L, a77 II, RX10, a9










The Flashpoint Zoom-Lion Mini TTL R2 / Godox V350S are available now from $159 –

FP Zoom-Lion Mini S – Adorama, Amazon

Godox V350S – Amazon, UK, B&H Photo, Ebay


Flashpoint – Website

Godox – Website


  1. Antoine 3 years ago


    It seems that the flash shoe will still be plastic !!! Do you know why Godox keeps this so fragile shoe for Sony’s flash? Really problematic in a lot of situations …


    • Josef Kissinger 3 years ago

      Yes, my hot shoe broke after 1 day of use. Barely bumped it.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Hi Antoine,

      Did Sony only just add the metal Multi Interface foot to the new HVL-F60RM, or has the metal foot been introduced earlier?

      I know Godox have been aware of the plastic foot issue for some time, though if Sony has only introduced a meter version recently, that should certainly make it easier for Godox to to as well (once they have time).

      • DV 3 years ago

        Yes, the HVL-F60RM is the first flash to have a metal MIS foot.

  2. Alexander Valtchev 3 years ago

    Can you control other Godox products like AD200/AD600Pro ? Same functionality as the Ving II ?

  3. John Wilson 3 years ago

    Yes, it can be a master and control other Godox flashes.

    The manual is here http://www.godox.com/EN/InstructionManual/Godox_V350s_20180227.pdf

  4. Karin 3 years ago

    I had NOTHING but problems with the Godox batteries. They all expanded and are hard to insert and to remove. At $ 50 a pop per battery, they are super expensive to replace when they crap out. And crap out they will. Just something to keep in mind…

    • Alan Smith 3 years ago

      I had the same problem with expanding batteries until I began removing them from my flash after use. The problem is that when the flash is left on indefinitely (I have the standby function turned off) the batteries overheat and expand. I’ve had no problems with overheating/expanding batteries since.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Hi Karin,

      I still have a pile of dead and bloated V850 / V860 batteries myself from the period a few years ago when they were having serious battery issues. The later ones have been completely fine though.

      Also the V350 batteries look to be made from standard cells like the DSLR batteries, not the Lithium-ion gel packs that sometimes get bloated like the faulty V850/860 batteries.

      • Ulysses Ashton 3 years ago

        Agreed regarding the batteries, Elv. I have a bunch of them, but haven’t had a single issue with them since they sorted out that problem about three or four years ago. If anyone is having trouble now, it’s due to an old batch or old stock from the seller.

  5. JL Williams 3 years ago

    Interesting that the Sony version is first for this model (I assume others will follow in due course?) Maybe the Canon/Nikon hegemony is beginning to crumble…?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 years ago

      Yes the other versions will follow. The Sony version TT350S came first as well if I remember right. I think its just because the are a lot of Sony mirrorless users which suit this smaller flash.

      Sony has been dueling it out with Nikon for second place for some time now. Nikon have been in financial trouble for some time as well.

    • Andy 3 years ago


      No, they did they same with the TT350. As it is a small flash aimed at mirrorless camera users, they brought it out for those systems first. And then for Canon and Nikon after.

      All other gear gets brought out for Canon and then Nikon first, as that’s where the biggest market share is

  6. Isaac 3 years ago

    I’d love to know when a Fuji version is coming. I love my current non-lithium version but the recharge time sucks

    • Bill 3 years ago

      Purchase a real battery charger like the La Crosse Technology BC1000 Alpha Power Battery Charger. It will allow you also to refresh, test and quick charge your batteries.

  7. Jacques 3 years ago

    I might have paid 50% more for the Mini Li-on over the original Mini, but not 100%. I’m very happy with my Minis. Since I use them largely as triggers for my off-camera Zoom Li-ons and only sometimes for a wee wink of fill – typically at ISO 800-1600 – a set of AA Eneloops lasts me all day in my event work. Given that I don’t need full power from them, recycle is a complete non-issue for me. For portrait work, though, the Li-on’s faster recycle is a nice improvement.

  8. Mark 3 years ago


    Was that a typo under, Compatible Cameras, a7RII is repeated/listed twice. Should that have said a7RII and a7RIII?


  9. John Wilson 3 years ago

    Details of the Fuji version has appeared on the Godox site http://www.godox.com/EN/Products_Camera_Flash_V350F.html

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