FLASHPOINT Zoom Mini R2 TTL – For FUJI Coming Soon!



Flashpoint and Godox flash system TTL and HSS support will soon be available for FUJI mirrorless cameras, with the release of the Flashpoint Zoom Mini R2 TTL Speedlite for FUJI!

The Zoom Mini R2 TTL for Fuji are Flashpoint’s version of the compact Godox TT350F radio Master Speedlite, and are now available for pre-order from Adorama for $84.90.




Most significantly the Zoom Mini R2 TTL (and Godox TT350F) provide a 2.4GHz radio Master mode, which can fire and control the complete Flashpoint and Godox 2.4GHz Flash System.

Which finally opens up the Fuji mirrorless camera system to a range of popular large and small off camera strobes, with full TTL and HSS supported!

NOTE – Many of the current slave flash units will also require a user installed firmware update to add the Fuji radio slave mode (at least for TTL use).

A stand alone transmitter unit for Fuji will be available later in the year. And as Flashpoint and Godox are currently in the process of developing a new X2 transmitter, there is a good chance the Fuji version may go straight to the new design once ready.





The Zoom Mini R2 TTL provide simple control for 3 remote slave groups, with a radio range of approximately 30 meters.

Powered by just 2 AA batteries, and providing a guide number of 36 meters (ISO 100, @105mm).

Recycle times are from approximately 0.1 – 2.2 seconds, and provide up to 210 full power pops per battery charge.





  • GN 36m (ISO 100 @ 105mm)
  • Powered by 2 x AA batteries
  • 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 2.4GHz X Radio System
  • 3 Remote Groups A / B / C
  • 16 Channels
  • Range to 30m
  • S1 and S2 Optic Slave Modes
  • Recycle Time: 0.1 – 2.2 Seconds
  • 210 Full Power Flashes (using 2500mAh Ni-MH Batteries)
  • Head Tilt/Swivel: -7 – 90 Degree Tilt, 0 – 270 Degree Swivel
  • Backlit LCD Screen
  • Sound Prompt
  • Custom Functions
  • Settings Memory
  • Overheat Protection
  • USB Port for Firmware Updates




The Zoom Mini R2 TTL feature a USB port for firmware updates, now located inside the battery compartment.

Though a communication port for legacy clip on external radio receivers is not included in the compact speedlite. There is also no PC sync port provided.












The Flashpoint Zoom Mini TTL R2 Speedlite for FUJI are available for pre-order now from $84.90 –

Zoom Mini TTL – Adorama, Amazon

Godox TT350F – Ebay, Amazon, UK


Flashpoint – Website

Godox – Website

System Overview


  1. Craig 3 months ago


  2. Hugo G 3 months ago

    Finally !!!!!! Do you know if at the time this flash is release, the firmware upgrade for the slave flashes will be available too?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 months ago

      Hi Hugo,

      I’m trying to get an update on the firmware situation with Godox.

  3. exkeks 3 months ago

    Would be nice if they release a XT32F remote transmitter as well!

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 3 months ago

      Hi exkeks,

      Its very likely Godox will make an XT32 transmitter for Sony, M4/3, and Fuji in time. They just have a lot on at the moment.

      When you see the new X2 transmitter though (at least the Flashpoint version) you might not be that interested in XT32 anyway 🙂 .

      • exkeks 3 months ago

        If the X2 is way smaller than the X1, then I might be interested. Let’s wait and see what they bring to the market. For now, I use a XT32C with taped contacts.

        • Hans 1 month ago

          Which contacts do you tape up? and ttl and hss works?

          • exkeks 2 weeks ago

            Neither HSS nor TTL works. I taped all but the main pin. It’s more or less a better looking XT16 now.

  4. Chris Dowswell 3 months ago

    Looks pretty sweet…. But, why no sync port? And a plastic hotshoe foot!? I do love that more Fuji options are coming though!

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 2 months ago

      Hi Chris,

      Sorry, that’s just the image of the Sony version flash, as there are no images of the Fuji foot yet. Though I would expect they will be metal.

      I don’t know if the PC sync omission was due to lack of space, or possibly cost. Though Godox are working on a Lithium-ion version of the flash, so maybe that may have more space, and likely a higher price point.

      They are going to do a more powerful Li-ion version later as well, and personally I think they should just concentrate oh that, and skip the Li-ion version of the current flash for the moment.

  5. eddie 3 months ago

    I can’t wait till Godox puts out all these new items for Fuji. I’m buying them ALL!!!!

  6. Shelby 3 months ago

    Do we know if slaves will do HSS without updates? I’m more interested in using this with HSS capable manual slaves, like the TT600, etc… Seems I read somewhere that slave updates are only required for TTL capable flashes.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 2 months ago

      Hi Shelby,

      I think the TT600 should work with Remote Manual power control and HSS, because they do not have any firmware update ability possible anyway.

      Sorry don’t know for sure one way or the other on the TTL flashes. As mentioned in the Olympus post comments, I don’t quite have the gear to check how the Sony TT350S reacted with the TTL slave flashes before they received their Sony radio receiver update.

      So we may just have to wait and see on those. The 2.4GHz manual, and older non-radio manual should be ok to go though.

  7. Karin Nelson 3 months ago

    Stupid question: With this thing on my X-T2, will my off-camera Godox flashes all adjust itself to the TTL values somehow? Right now I am using a Godox XT-16 and the appropriate receivers plugged into my flashes (XTR16S).

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 2 months ago

      Hi Karin,

      Unfortunately no. Not unless your slave speedlites are actually TT685, or V860II, which have TTL mode and 2.4GHz radio receiver built inside.

      The manual flashes can not be transformed to TTL unfortunately.

  8. chris jones 2 months ago

    can’t wait to hear about the wireless trigger, that’s all i need to hear about before I go all in.

  9. Mark 2 months ago

    Looks like a plastic foot on the flash.
    Is that correct?
    If so, it seems like a surprising oversight.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 2 months ago

      Hi Mark,

      Sorry, that’s just the image of the Sony version flash, as there are no images of the Fuji foot yet. Though I would expect they will be metal.

      • Mark 2 months ago

        Hope so as that is the expected standard these days.
        I am old enough to remember the lively market in replacement feet for Vivitar 285s.

  10. Glen 2 months ago

    If I use this flash unit on my Fuji XT-2 it should trigger the Flashpoint/Godox V860NII for Nikon flash units, correct?

  11. Eric ALANIZ 2 months ago

    Just place one on pre-order, anyone know when they’re supposed to start rolling out???

  12. Han 1 month ago

    just ordered this, Cant wait!! Really would love a XT32F tho

  13. Hector G 1 month ago

    we are in the middle of May and no news
    any updated on release date?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 1 month ago

      Hi Hector,

      Sorry no update yet. As mentioned below Adorama usually post an expected shipping date once they know when they gear will be on the way to them.

  14. Chris Bergstrom 1 month ago

    Anyone heard of when these will actually arrive and start shipping? Anyone???

  15. Jamesy 4 weeks ago

    Are there different versions for Canon and Fuji? Elsewhere in this site it says:

    “Another major feature is the intercompatibility between Canon, Nikon, and Sony versions, with Fuji and Micro Four Thirds versions also beginning to start rolling out over the coming months.

    So most of the speedlites and strobes in the Godox 2.4GHz system now provide Auto Sensing radio slave modes for Canon, Nikon, and Sony (with Fuji & M4/3 coming).”

    If I picked up an X1 transmitter for my Canon and Fuji kit could I use the same Godox/Flashpoint flash units?

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