After a very long wait, Godox and Flashpoint TTL and HSS support will soon be available for Micro Four Thirds cameras, with the release of the Flashpoint Zoom Mini R2 TTL Speedlite for Olympus and Panasonic!

The Zoom Mini R2 TTL for Olympus are Flashpoint’s version of the compact Godox TT350O radio Master Speedlite, and are now available from Adorama for $84.90.




Most significantly the TT350O provide Godox 2.4GHz X System Radio Master and Slave modes.

The Radio Master mode can fire and control the complete Godox 2.4GHz Flash System, including cross compatibility with Godox 2.4GHz slave strobes for Canon, Nikon, Sony, M4/3, and Fuji.

All with TTL and HSS available across platforms where applicable.

NOTE – The TT350O only provide an Olympus / Panasonic TTL Radio Slave mode.




The Zoom Mini R2 TTL provide simple control for 3 remote slave groups – A / B / C, 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
  • Godox – M4/3 – 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 – 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.





Camera models tested by Godox –










The Godox TT350O / Zoom Mini TTL R2 Speedlite for Olympus & Panasonic are available now from $85  –

Adorama, Ebay, Amazon, UK


Godox – Website

System Overview


  1. Rob 5 years ago

    Adorama also has the Fuji version available to preorder.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Thanks Rob,

      That is true, though the Olympus / Panasonic version should be available and shipping first.

      The Fuji version shouldn’t be too far behind though.

  2. Kathy 5 years ago

    Can anyone confirm that this will work for Panasonic, too? since Panasonic and Olympus share the four-thirds hotshoe protocol, and their current flashes are interchangeable regardless of brand (i.e., Olympus’s FL600R is actually made by Panasonic, which Panasonic rebadges as the FL360L) that this will be for both Olympus AND Panasonic?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Kathy,

      Sorry, yes they are compatible with Panasonic as well. I just wanted to be sure they were both in the same flash, as Flashpoint are just naming the flash for Olympus. It is the same flash for Olympus and Panasonic though.

      • Kathy 5 years ago

        Thanks for confirming. Can’t help thinking it’s a mistake on their parts not to go with an M or a 4, since, obviously, they want to keep the “F” for the Fuji version. 🙂

        So, now mft users have an X1 master, but it won’t remotely fire anything yet other than another TT350-O until after the X1T-O (or posited X2T-O) and firmware updates arrive? Or it will fire and power control, say, an AD200, it just can’t do HSS/TTL until the transmitter and firmware updates arrive?

        • Author
          Flash Havoc 5 years ago

          No there is no X1 transmitter available for Olympus / Panasonic at this stage!

          So you will need to use the TT350-O speedlite as the master flash / transmitter for now.

          EDIT – As Mariosch points out below, its possible (even likely) the TT350-O will fire and control the Manual power levels of the current 2.4GHz flashes like the AD600, AD200 etc without any firmware update.

          TTL will definitely require a firmware update to add the Olympus / Panasonic radio slave mode though.

          • Mariosch 5 years ago

            I would assume the TT350o to be able to fire other slaves in manual right away – after all, the TT600 didn’t need any update as the X1 for Sony was released, or did it? (I don’t think the TT600 / V850 are even capable of firmware upgrades)

            So I assume Godox has locked in on common manual power settings & trigger commands used in all their X-compatible speedlights across all brands…

            • Author
              Flash Havoc 5 years ago

              Ah I see!, thanks Mariosh, you could well be right there.

            • Author
              Flash Havoc 5 years ago

              I still haven’t been able to really confirm if manual is going to work without a firmware update.

              The only fully manual 2.4GHz strobe I have here is the AD600BM, and when I use the Sony TT350S as master to that, the strobe still goes into Sony receiver mode.

              So its not a completely universal system on the manual side, the AD600BM strobe at least still knows which transmitter is being used.

              I don’t have a TT600 or V850II here to try unfortunately, though even if they work its doesn’t mean all the other strobes which do have firmware update capability are going to work (without an update).

              I think I will need to look at reverting one of the TTL strobes back to pre-Sony firmware to see if they still work in manual with the Sony transmitter, or TT350S. UPDATE – I think this has me beat for now, as I don’t have a Windows 7 machine to revert back to old firmware.

  3. Adrian 5 years ago

    The specs indicate horizontal swing as 0-270°; is that on either side from front-facing?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Adrian,

      From front facing they swivel 90° to the left and 180° to the right (270° total).

  4. DMWard 5 years ago

    My guess is that it will fire the other X system lights in M mode.
    The TTL capabilities are what require protocol translation.

  5. eddie 5 years ago

    I pre-ordered the Fuji flash. I’m hoping they all ship no later than the end of May!!!!

  6. Ricardo Gomez 5 years ago

    Thank you Godox!!! Thanks Flashhavoc for the great news!

    Finally, we see the beginnings of a lighting system for the m43s world that has a real ecosystem. When I look at their offerings, there’s nothing I can think of adding. It’s all there.

    At first, I thought “Why didn’t you make one of your bigger flashes compatible?” first. But this is a smaller flash which should work well for many situations and be aesthetically more pleasing. Though, 50% of the reason I’m buying it is because of the radio master functionality.

    But Godox/Flashpoint, may I ask you to fix your advertising a bit? If it’s compatible with both Olympus and Panasonic, why not say so? It adds confusion and may alienate your Panasonic customers a bit. We need love too. 🙂

  7. Jacques Cornell 5 years ago

    I’ve been writing to Godox for 3 ****ing years begging them to make something like this for Micro Four Thirds, and FINALLY my dream has come true! As a pro event photographer, I’ve been kludging inelegant solutions by combining Panasonic flashes on-camera and Godox V850s off-camera, and gnashing my teeth every time I’ve bumped into the limitations.
    At last, an all-Godox all-radio-triggered on- and off-camera system for MFT!!!
    Ima buy me a whole passel of these things!

    • Glen V 4 years ago

      So you know, I just bought two TT350o flashes and it seriously needs firmware update. The radio triggered remote works well when using one TT350o on the camera as master, however, sometimes when changing modes or settings on the remote flash, it won’t fire (not in sync anyway) until you turn off/on the flash or camera. This means possibly missing a shot and that’s just not acceptable for someone like you and me. As for the optical remote from camera built-in flash, that’s worst, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Even when moving the flash one inch forward or backyard, or dialing the manual power setting (I was disappointed that optical was only manual, no TTL) – or + 1/3 EV can also drop the remote flash. So, I really like this flash, it recycles flash, very small, well built, affordable, but, they need a firmware update, hopefully soon. I will use mine on camera in TTL for now and dial the exposure compensation down to -1/3 EV or -2/3 EV , which is better that the two METZ MECABLITZ 44 AF-2 flashes I have which consistently overexposes way over like +2-2/3 EV stops, so, I’m still better off.

  8. Jacques Cornell 5 years ago

    Question: Will these adjust and fire my original V850 and AD360 with original FT16 receivers? Do I need to get newer versions of the FT16 receivers for my V850 and AD360?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Jacques,

      No, you will need the 2.4GHz FTR-16/s receivers for the older lights without radio already built inside.

      Keep in mind though, if history is anything to go by, the old lights with separate receivers are the last to get attention, and there could possibly be quirks initially with those (possibly like not being able to turn groups off etc).

      • Jacques Cornell 5 years ago

        Hmm. Thanks for the warning. Please advise about compatibility when you can.

      • Jacques Cornell 4 years ago

        Godox says yes.
        Me: “Will the TT350 for Olympus/Panasonic adjust and trigger my original V850 and AD360 flashes via the new XT16 receivers?”

        Godox: “Yes, it can.”

  9. Helmut Kruse 5 years ago


    which trigger should i use on an Olympus E-M1 II to send the TTL and HSS Signal wireless to this flash?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Helmut,

      There is no stand alone transmitter (trigger) unit available until later in the year.

      For now you will need to use the Master (transmitter) function of the Flashpoint Zoom Mini R2 TTL / Godox TT350-O Speedlite as the transmitter on your camera (even if you don’t need a flash on the camera).

  10. C. Stephen Hurst 5 years ago

    Would it be possible to have a my 2.4gz 360-N’s updated to work with this new Godox Olympus Flash? Ditto for my V860II’s. Would be great if the firmware incorporated all TTL options (Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fuji, Olympus) into the respective 2.4gz family of Godox Flashes.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Stephen,

      Yes Godox will eventually add the Fuji and Olympus / Panasonic TTL radio slave modes to the current 2.4GHz flashes in firmware updates. So all the 2.4GHz TTL strobes will eventually have Canon, Nikon, Sony, M4/3, Fuji TTL radio slave modes enabled.

      There’s a lot of flash models / separate firmware to update though, so I don’t know if they will offer all the firmware updates at the same time.

  11. Tony Collins 5 years ago

    2 questions from my side –

    1 – can the x1 transmitters take a non godox TTL Flash in the hotshoe?

    2 – I don’t understand the need for firmware updates on flash slaves. I would (possibly naively) have thought that the Godox radio protocol would allow it to control the slave flashes without needing to know about control between camera and transmitter. Or are updates only needed for flashes with built in radio transmitter?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Tony,

      1. Yes the X1 transmitters can take non Godox TTL flashes in their hotshoe. Though there is currently no X1 transmitter for M4/3, and its possible there never will be if Godox go straight to the X2. And the X2 transmitter does not have a pass through hotshoe on top.

      I have previously tried to explain to Godox the X1 would still be relevant simply because of the pass through hotshoe (and therefore we should still try and fix the X1 with a better interface (dot matrix LCD etc)), but their response was to develop the new transmitter instead. Maybe they will possibly revisit the X1 later down the track, though I think they have a lot of other things to get on top of first.

      2. Yes, updates are only needed for the flashes with 2.4GHz radio receiver built inside. The flashes without radio built-in do not have a USB connection capable of enabling user firmware updates.

      • Jacques Cornell 5 years ago

        “the X2 transmitter does not have a pass through hotshoe”
        Man, that sux. They better keep the X1 around, then.

  12. Fielding 5 years ago

    Really excited for this, just wish they would call it the “m43”, “M”, “43”, or better yet “µ” line instead of O line.

  13. Mark 5 years ago

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

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Mark,

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

    • Glen V 4 years ago

      At least for the m4/3 version, it’s metal foot. Some complain on here about the foot dial, that’s plastic, but, seems very solid, no different than any other flash I’ve owned, not sure what else they are expecting.

  14. Jay 5 years ago

    I want to pre-order, but no mention of a release date… can you give me a ballpark?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Jay,

      I don’t know exactly, though Adorama usually puts the pre-orders up around a month before they are expected to ship.

      So generally around 4 to 6 weeks (and I would guess before the end of May at least).

  15. John Wilson 5 years ago

    Details of this strobe has appeared on the Godox web site http://www.godox.com/EN/Products_Mini_Camera_Flash_TT350o.html

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Thanks John.

  16. Richard M Krawec 5 years ago

    So sounds kinda dumb asking this but with this flash and just a firmware upgrade to my Nikon R2 flashes will work in ttl Olympus style?? This can’t be real????

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 5 years ago

      Hi Richard,

      It can be real 🙂 . My Canon and Nikon strobes did not work in Sony TTL until they received a firmware update, and now they do.

      This is for off camera use only though (as you can’t change the foot on the speedlite to match an Olympus or Fuji hotshoe etc to provide TTL on the camera hotshoe).

  17. Richard M Krawec 5 years ago

    That’s is WONDERFUL!!!!!!

  18. mealtrip 5 years ago

    Please… I’ll pay an extra $5 per unit if you just put a positive feeling lock/flip switch on the bottom instead of that plastic washer screw thing.

    • Adrian 4 years ago

      I’m a +1 for this; $5 to go from screw lock to flip switch.

      A flip switch is much more convenient and quick to operate than the screw-down type lock

  19. Ricardo Gomez 5 years ago

    Interesting. When looking at Godox’s website, they don’t list any of the higher end m43 cameras as being compatible with the flash. Should be no problem but I thought that was interesting….

    • Jacques Cornell 4 years ago

      I imagine they simply haven’t yet had the opportunity to test with the latest cameras, some of which have only just begun to ship.

  20. M43newbie 4 years ago

    This flash doesn’t seem like it will work with all Panasonic’s like the new GH5.


    Does anyone know how I can use the GH5 with Godox 850-860s? Are their any off brand flashes that will work on the GH5?

    • n.Steinfath 4 years ago

      You can use most if not all hotshoe flashes with the cactus V6II controller! It also has ttl-thru.

  21. PK 4 years ago

    Recently purchased this from Adorama. It triggers my Godox V860II(S) strobes perfectly with HSS and accurate TTL. However, when triggering the XPLOR600/AD600, TTL does not work at all. Sad. Cameras used are the Panasonic GX85 and the Olympus E-M1 Mark II. I’ve updated the AD600 to the latest firmware (v2.3). Anyone have a similar result or solution?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      Hi PK,

      That’s very interesting thanks for the feedback.

      What I’d say is happening there is the V860II-S already has the M4/3 enabled radio slave mode already installed within the current firmware. Where the XPLOR/AD600B does not have that radio slave mode yet.

      We didn’t know any of the flashes had the M4/3 radio slave mode installed yet, so if all the V860II versions may have that already its really a bonus at this stage.

      There has been some talk of firmware for all the flashes to add M/4/3 and Fuji slave compatibility coming around the end of July, though you never know how accurate that time frame will be.

      What is currently working with your XPLOR/AD600B though? Remote manual power control?, HSS? Thanks!

      • PK 4 years ago

        With the AD600, Remote manual and HSS work. Up to 1/2000th on GX85 and 1/4000th on the E-M1 Mark II. Just got the Evolv200 and it works flawlessly with Sony and MFT except for one major problem: when used direct (no bounce or diffusion) at 10 feet or less it completely blows out the subject by 2 to 3 stops. Dialing it in manually is the work around.

        • Author
          Flash Havoc 4 years ago

          Ok thanks PK.

          If you have a chance could you check the firmware version installed (Hold the Mode button while switching the flash on).

          My Evolv are V1.6, while the AD200 are V1.3. So there are possibly different version going out (no updates listed yet).

          • PK 4 years ago

            Mine is actually Version 1.7 (purchased recently from Adorama)

            • Author
              Flash Havoc 4 years ago

              Ok thanks PK. At least we know there are different version in circulation already.

              So result will vary until Godox publish firmware, and then we can all be on the same page.

  22. CHUNWEI 4 years ago

    does anyone know if this fit to Panasonic DMC-G5/G6?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      Hi CHUNWEI,

      Sorry I don’t know about that. Godox only list the DMC-GX85, DMC-G7, DMC-GF1, DMC-LX100, DMC-G85. Though that doesn’t mean other camera models may not be compatible, just that Godox may bot have not tested them.

  23. PK 4 years ago

    Just saw that Godox has new firmware for all kinds of products as of today! 6/24


    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      Thanks PK!

  24. Jacques 4 years ago

    Anyone know if this works with GX7?

  25. Maur 4 years ago


    Just to confirm – it won’t work with OMD EM-5?

    Thank you!

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 4 years ago

      Hi Maur,

      Sorry I don’t know. If its not on the that may just mean its not been tested by Godox.

      • Maur 4 years ago

        Cheers! 🙂

    • Ash Ra 4 years ago

      Yes it works with E-M5 mk I

  26. S.M Hassani 4 years ago


    I love the Godox system with my Sony A7 cameras. I have: AD600B, V860IIS and the XT1S triggers. I also own a Panasonic GH4 and other M43 cameras.

    My questions:

    – Will this allow the GH4 to shoot HSS and TTL acting as a master for my setup?
    – Can it patch with the XT1S to remotely trigger the Sony A7 cameras?

    I can’t wait for the standalone trigger, I could use this as an extra off camera flash later on.

    Kind Regards

  27. Andrew 4 years ago

    Adorama lists the guide number as 80′ (24 meters). They also have a photo of the box and it looks like it also indicates that the GN is 80′ (24 m) @ ISO 100 and 105mm zoom.

    Could you please confirm what is the actual GN? 80′ (24m) as stated on the adorama website, or 36m as stated here and at other (B&H website). Thanks.

  28. steve 4 years ago

    I have the OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 Mark II and a Canon 7d,

    I’m trying to find out if I can use the Godox X1T-O TTL 1/8000s HSS 32 Channels 2.4G Flash Trigger Transmitter for Olympus

    to trigger my Canon 580EX II flash and 2 Youngno YN600EX-RTII flash’s. and also
    the Godox AD600B 600w TTL HSS Wireless Flash+AD-H600B Head+X1C For Canon softbox Kit.

    ( http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Godox-AD600B-600w-TTL-HSS-Wireless-Flash-AD-H600B-Head-X1C-For-Canon-softbox-Kit/262614587805?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649)

    I want to control them all from my E-M5 Mark II.

    I also think I need the Godox X1C TTL Wireless Receiver for Canon to fit to the speedlights.

    Will this work.
    As there must be a way to get my cameras to communicate with all my flash’s
    Hope you can help

    • Kathy 4 years ago

      No, it won’t work. The X1R-C Canon receivers will only work in TTL/HSS with the X1T-C Canon transmitter on a Canon camera hotshoe. The cross-system stuff only works with Godox’s built-in X transceivers. If you need HSS/TTL from your E-M5 II and your 7D, then you need to get Godox speedlights. Or. Use Cactus V6II triggers, which do cross-system with legacy flashes.

  29. Kathy 4 years ago

    I now have a TT350-O and TT685-C to play with my GX7, and wanted to note some peculiarities. Adorama’s Flashpoint support person informed me that the TT350 does not do cross-system TTL like the full-sized speedlights, when I tried to find out why the TT350-O was always firing at full power with the TT685C as master on my 5DMkII. Manual power control and HSS do still work.

    With the TT350-O as RF master on my GX7 with the TT685C (updated to firmware v3.2 to grok the -F/-O signals) as RF slave, everything works fine in studio conditions. But. Once I’m in sunny-16 conditions—without changing any settings on either the flash or the camera from the studio scenario, just moving everything outside—TTL will fire the flash, but not in sync; HSS stops the flash from firing at all either from the camera shutter or the test button. M mode without HSS works, but that’s all. Given that sunny-16 might be the one time where I need HSS the most, this is annoying. And Flashpoint support was stumped. They’d never heard of this. I’ve since been contacted by another GX7 shooter who’s run into the exact same behavior, so it’s apparently tied to the Panasonic body being used.

    Hilariously, using a TT600 as slave exhibits none of this issue. HSS over radio works just fine in sunny-16, as one would expect.

    TT350-O behaves perfectly as an on-camera flash on the GX-7, btw.

    sidenote: Just for kicks, I put the TT600 into S1 and MULTI, and tested it with the TT350 in M as dumb optical master, and was surprised that the TT600 then fired at the frequency I’d specified continuously—long past the number of bursts specified—until I turned the TT600 off. The later MULTI bursts re-trigger the optical slave again and again and again… Godox engineering really doesn’t go in for corner case testing, do they?

    • Jaclu 4 years ago

      Hi Kathy, if you check the hotshoe on Olympus cams, you will notice that they only send one short trigger impulse. If you choose a one second shutter time on a Canon or Nikon, the signal on the hot shoe will be present until the shutter closes. But on Olympus its just the one short trigger.
      So I dont think it is possible for Godox to know how long the multi strobe should continue, so the work around seems to be to just start the strobing.
      You migh be able to stop it by changing the mode on the strobe to manual or ttl and then back for your next shot. I havent yet got myself any Godox devices so i have no practical experience yet…
      I agree that it is a rather annoying limitation, but I have been waiting for strobe on Olympus ever since I moved there, so for me this is much better than nothing!

      • Kathy 4 years ago

        Jaclu, thanks, but I have a Panasonic camera, so I can’t check the Olympus hotshoe. 🙂 As I understand it, the Pentax/Canon/Nikon systems still use analog signalling and a “quench” signal to determine pulse length (power). But the MFT protocol is using digital signalling, so it could be that the duration value is being signalled across multiple pins simultaneously.

  30. HiRes 4 years ago

    Hi, i bought the Panasonic gx80. The TT350 is compatible for my camera?
    thanks a lot

  31. Thierry 3 years ago


    Sinds yesterday the shutterspeed of the camera goes automaticaly down to 1/180 if i start the flash on my Olympus e-pl7 in ttl. normaly with the litle flash, the synch speed of the camera is 1/250.

    In the beginning with the godox it was 1/350.

    What am i doing wrong?

  32. c0ldc0ne 2 years ago

    Just purchased a TT350O (for Olympus) and a TT350F (for Fuji) and noticed that when using manual zoom, the ‘O’ goes from 24 to 105mm (i.e. full frame equivalent, ignoring the 2x crop factor) whereas the ‘F’ goes from 16 to 69mm (i.e. native focal length, incorporating the 1.5x crop factor).

    Is this as designed? If so, is there any known reasoning behind it (including the fact that the ‘F’ goes to 69 instead of 70mm)?

    • Terry 2 years ago

      c0ldc0ne, I’m sure you’ve found the answer by now, but for anyone reading this after today, the native focal lengths are available for manual zoom, but you need to first set the ’43’ custom function to ‘ON’. It’s OFF by default, apparently.

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