GODOX TT350S – Sony TTL Mini 2.4GHz Flash Announced

GODOX TT350S

 

Godox have released the TT350S Speedlite for Sony, a TTL enabled mini flash unit mainly aimed at compact Sony Alpha mirrorless cameras.

While still providing HSS to 1/8000s, and full 2.4GHz Godox X System radio Master and Slave modes built inside.

The TT350S are also available from Adorama as the Flashpoint Zoom-Mini R2 TTL for Sony.

 

GODOX TT350S

 

The small TT350S are powered by just 2 AA batteries, and provide 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.

 

GODOX TT350S

 

While no powerhouse, the TT350S provide a convenient on-camera TTL and Manual flash, while also providing 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.

An auto sensing Radio Slave mode can also be fired and controlled by Godox 2.4GHz Master flashes and Transmitters for Canon, Nikon, Sony, M4/3, and Fuji.

All with TTL and HSS available across platforms where applicable.

 

NOTE – Godox flashes purchased before July 2017 may also require a user installed firmware update to add the Olympus / Panasonic, and Fuji, radio slave modes (at least for TTL use).

 

GODOX TT350S

GODOX TT350S FEATURES

 

  • 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 Godox 2.4GHz X Radio System
  • Godox – Canon / Nikon / Sony / M4/3 / Fuji – TTL Radio Slave Modes
  • 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
  • Sony Multi Interface Foot with Locking Ring
  • Sound Prompt
  • Custom Functions
  • Settings Memory
  • Overheat Protection
  • USB Port for Firmware Updates

 

GODOX TT350S

 

The TT350S provide a USB port for firmware updates, now located inside the battery compartment.

Though for the first time Godox have not included a communication port for legacy clip on external radio receivers (possibly just due to the very limited space available).

There is also no PC sync port provided.

GODOX TT350S

GODOX TT350S SPECS

 

GODOX TT350S

 

GODOX TT350S

 

Adorama Flashpoint also have the TT350S available as the Flashpoint Zoom-Mini R2 TTL.

 

FP Zoom-Mini R2 TTL Sony

 

PRICE AND AVAILABILITY

 

The Godox TT350S Speedlights for Sony are available for pre-order from $84.95 –

TT350S – Adorama, Ebay, Amazon, UK

 

Godox – Website.

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54 Comments
  1. Fielding 11 months ago

    This would be outstanding for the m43 ecosystem… sadly no one seams to care about Panasonic and Olympus.

    • Luis 11 months ago

      I ‘ve been wondering that for a while. I really wish Godox would create a system for Olympus.

      • David 4 months ago

        Looks like they have

  2. Nick 11 months ago

    This is perfect for stashing on the head table at a wedding, and since it is compatible with the X-system, my bet is that both the Canon and Nikon transmitters can control and fire it.

  3. Randy 11 months ago

    Nice little flash.
    What ever happened to the bare bulb speed light, Godox’s AD200?
    I was hoping to replace a few flashes and wanted to see what that offered.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 11 months ago

      Hi Randy,

      The AD200 should still be coming at some point as far as I’m aware. The TT350 was always ahead in their schedule.

  4. John H. 11 months ago

    Could be the perfect companion of Sony ILCA’s, I’m sorry for the lack of compatibility with optical wl. I’m in love with the x1 system, I hope could be added via firmware

  5. flasher 11 months ago

    will there be a manual version tt350, minus the ttl? but keep the hss.

  6. Craig 11 months ago

    Very nice!

  7. Jacques Cornell 11 months ago

    OMG, OMG, OMG, they bloody well BETTER bring this to Micro Four Thirds! Been holding my breath for a small Godox TTL/HSS flash with built-in trigger since, well, forever.

    • Jacques 10 months ago

      I would buy three on day one.

  8. Author
    Flash Havoc 11 months ago

    UPDATE –

    The TT350S are available for pre-order now from Adorama as the Flashpoint Zoom-Mini R2 TTL.

  9. Lucian 11 months ago

    I’m not going to lie, I kinda’ want this flash for my Canon system. This would be great to replace the X1 when you also want a bit of fill by bouncing from the camera.

  10. Joel 11 months ago

    Any chance there will be a LiOn variation? Of course the existing VB18 batteries wouldn’t fit but love to see some something half sized.

  11. JESSE PATTERSON 11 months ago

    I’d love to use this for my Canon M3 if they come out with a Canon version.

  12. eddie 11 months ago

    I wish this was available for the Fuji X system too. Size looks perfect.

  13. Mark 11 months ago

    This is pretty sweet but would have been better with a Lithium battery instead of the AA.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 11 months ago

      Hi Mark,

      Yes, you probably wouldn’t be surprised to hear we’ve already been having that discussion with Godox and Flashpoint 🙂

      • Mark 11 months ago

        Awesome!

      • Mohit 11 months ago

        Are you suggesting something, like a Flashpoint Zoom-Mini Li-on TTL?

        • Author
          Flash Havoc 11 months ago

          Yes that’s looking highly likely.

          Possibly even a couple of variations.

          • Mohit Garg 11 months ago

            That’s exciting, would love to pair it with it’s bigger brother the V860ii that I have on the way. Obviously the battery is going to be different and smaller, right?

            • Author
              Flash Havoc 11 months ago

              Yep, there will need to be a new battery. It makes sense in this case though.

              • Mohit Garg 11 months ago

                Thanks. Perhaps you could relay a suggestion, if the voltage on the new battery is the same, Godox could supply a simple dumb adapter to use the same charger. That way, one charger could be used for multiple flashes.

      • Dan 1 week ago

        Any new updates on when we will see a Li-Ion version of these for either Godox or Flashpoint?

        • Author
          Flash Havoc 1 week ago

          Hi Dan,

          Sorry no I don’t know when they are expected.

  14. Keddy 11 months ago

    This is awesome,I’d gonna take one

  15. Roman 10 months ago

    Hope they make one for FujiX cameras.

  16. Roger 10 months ago

    I hope there come even some stuff for the Fujifilm camera users from Godox!

  17. Giselle 9 months ago

    Hi, do you think this would work on the Nex 6? TTL and HSS?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 9 months ago

      Hi Giselle,

      Sorry I’m not really sure on that. You may be best to check with Adorama, at brands@adorama.com

      If the current Sony external speedlites work with the Nex 6 then the TT350 should be ok.

      • Giselle 4 months ago

        Will do. Thank you!

  18. donald 8 months ago

    Are the Godox and flashpoint radio frequencies the same that you can use some godox products and some flashpoint products…or does everything have to be the same system?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 8 months ago

      Hi donald,

      Yes the Godox and Flashpoint radio systems are exactly the same, and they can all be used together.

  19. Craig 8 months ago

    Would also like this or something like it for Fuji. Something small that can add fill flash and wirelessly control other Godox lights.

  20. Craig 8 months ago

    I thought I learned Sony cameras don’t use external AF assist when people complained their Sony camera wouldn’t use the AF assist on the X1T-S trigger. If that’s the case then why does this have an AF assist light?

  21. tomK 8 months ago

    AF ILLUMINATION » can any recent users of this flash confirm if AF illumination works on a a7 II series body?

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 8 months ago

      Hi Tom,

      The AF light doesn’t work on my original A7, and the manual says its doesn’t work on the A7R II etc, only on Sony DSLR’s.

      As far as I understand that’s the same with the Sony speedlites as well. The camera doesn’t provide the signal through the hotshoe, so Godox can’t change that.

  22. Nina Rosa Ahamadi 7 months ago

    Does Compatible with Godox V850??

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 7 months ago

      Hi Nina Rosa,

      If you mean to control a V850 as a slave flash to the TT350 as master on the camera, then yes that should work. Though the original V850 would need an XTR-16s receiver clipped to their side. (The current V850II already have the 2.4GHz receiver built-in.

  23. Andy 7 months ago

    I’m looking at getting the Canon version of the TT350, and I’m trying to find out if the wireless master mode only fires the slave flashes, or does it allow your to control their power too?
    Someone on youtube said it does not allow control of the slave units power levels.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 7 months ago

      Hi Andy,

      The TT350 allows you to control the slave flashes power levels (for 3 remote groups), as well as TTL, HSS etc.

      The interface is quite decent for such a small flash as well.

  24. mhaoun 6 months ago

    This flash can be HSS with fuji X-T2

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 6 months ago

      Hi Mhaoun,

      The Sony version of the flash won’t be able to do HSS mounted on a Fuji camera hotshoe.

      Though the Fuji version TT350F here should do HSS with your X-T2 when the flash is available.

  25. adam 6 months ago

    I had a question about the wireless master mode. I was wondering about when you set the flash to control another flash in wireless Manual mode. Can I change the power output directly by turning the Dial or is there a few button presses. I have found that using an 860 or an x1t it takes a few button presses to get to the point where you can adjust the power output. With the xt32 I can make the adjustments quickly but because it’s essentially a single pin when used on a sony I am losing HSS. Wondering if the TT350s might be the solution if the xt32 never comes to the sony mount.

    • Author
      Flash Havoc 6 months ago

      Hi Adam,

      The TT350 master interface is not bad. Its actually a bit quicker than the XT32, because you just press the Group button to scroll through the groups, instead of pressing the Group button, spinning the dial, then pressing the set button, as you need to do with the XT32 to select a new group.

      That works with the TT350 though because there are only 3 slave groups, and the M (master) group, to scroll through. Where the XT32 have 16 remote groups available.

      With the TT350 the current group displayed can be adjusted straight away by spinning the dial (same as the XT32), so you can make instant power level changes.

      The XT32 should still be coming for Sony as well though, Godox just have a lot going at the moment with M4/3 and Fuji etc coming out now as well.

      • badphoto 6 months ago

        Hi Elv

        Just received the Canon Flashpoint version of this from Adorama after like a month on pre-order. On both my Canon 5D II and 7D, TTL exposures underexposes 1 stop, but can be consistently compensated +1 on the flash or via camera. Does not auto-zoom on camera on 7D but does on 5D II. For wireless control of other Godox/Flashpoint flashes off camera, on 5D II it allows setting of itself as master on camera TTL flash as Group A, while Group B and C can be set manual, or TTL independently. This is contrary to previous triggers that do not allow “mixed mode” on pre-2012 cameras like the 5D II. I have not had time to set up and check to see if this 3 group mixed mode actually works. Can you test this and confirm?

        • Author
          Flash Havoc 6 months ago

          Hi badphoto,

          Thanks for that. Sorry I don’t have a Canon version TT350C at this stage, though I’ll try and pick one up.

          That’s interesting if the pre-2012 Group style mode is actually working though.

      • adam 6 months ago

        Thanks for all the very helpful information!

        • adam 6 months ago

          This is my new favorite manual flash trigger. Almost as light at their other triggers with no button press manual adjustments.

  26. Phil 6 months ago

    I have 2 Godox v860c flashes. I switched systems from Canon to Sony and I’d like to know if it’s possible to get TTL if I get a TT350s as their master. I’d also like to know what kind of receivers I need for the v860c flashes. TIA

  27. Richard Paris 5 months ago

    Question: Does anyone know if this is compatible with the SONY RX100 ii?
    Thx.

  28. Flavio Moraes 1 month ago

    Hello, friends!!!
    Could anyone give me the others Guide Number for this flash (TT350s) – for the others possible zooms positions? Thak you very much, and best regards from Brazil!!!

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