Godox V860II for FUJIFILM Firmware 1.2 Released

Godox released a firmware update ver. 1.2 for the Godox V860IIF.

Godox V860IIF for Fujifilm ver. 1.2 – download page heredirect link here

  1. Compatible with Godox wireless PENTAX X system

Godox V860IIF: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox XProF: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox X1T-F controller: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox TT350F: Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox TT685F: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox AD200: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS

Why I Sold the Godox TT350F and Which Flashes I do Recommend

Why I Sold the Godox TT350F and Which Flashes I do Recommend

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First off all I apologize for the boredom of this article. I wanted to do videos, comparisons, tests, photos, etc. but it is full season, I have 2 children, a day job and no time on my hands.

I jumped to the mirrorless realm from Nikon and I am glad I did. After I sold all my Nikon gear all I was left were my 3 Nikon flashes SB600 SB700 and SB800. For a period I continued to use them with the Fuji system but this had limitations. I shoot events and I like to have one flash on camera and at least 2 off camera. I have 2 X-T2 bodies so the numbers did not add up.

The plan…

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Nissin i400 Pre-Orders, Godox and Jinbei/Orlit Round Head Flash, Godox Studio Strobe Comparison and More – Flash Roundup

Nissin i400 pre-order available at BHphoto

Mixed Flash News

Godox and Jinbei / Orlit Round Head Flash

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Godox XProF Wireless Trigger for Fujifilm FIRMWARE Update

Godox XProF

Godox released a firmware update for thei XProF trigger for Fujifilm.

Xpro for FUJIFILM Camera ver. 1.1 – download page heredirect link here

To change C.FN-MIN to C.FN-STEP and add the adjustment of 0.1 step

Godox XProF: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS

Godox X1T-F controller: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox TT350F: Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox TT685F: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox V860IIF: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS
Godox AD200: BHphoto, Adorama, AmazonUS

Godox TT350F Review (for Fujifilm)

THE GODOX NEWS RECAP

As I wrote in this article,

  • the TT350F is in stock
  • the X1T-F Trigger is now official (and also available for pre-order under the “flashpoint” brand)
  • a major Godox Fujifilm support firmware is available

So make sure to get the full overview here.

Introduction

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Flash, or more specifically TTL & HSS has always been Fujifilm’s Achilles heel. Sure you could get HSS and TTL with systems like Cactus and Roboshoot, you could get some level of support, but it wasn’t native and required expensive triggers and receivers.

Then the EF-X500 came out and although there was initial fanfare, it came with a premium price a lack of wireless support. Since then, we’ve been waiting for suitable alternatives and fortunately that day has arrived.

Godox released it’s TT350F which is the first one of their proposed TTL/HSS flashes for Fuji. It’s on the lower end of the power spectrum, but it’s also a good size for a small mirrorless. With the lack of wireless support for the EF-X500, I’ve been working with a Yongnuo YN560 along with a Elinchrom Ranger for the heavier stuff, but there are times where there simply isn’t any other alternative for TTL.

It’s unusual for Australia to be the first (or one of the first) to get something. These days global release dates seemed to be aligned, so when I saw the release date for Adorama on fujirumors as the 30 June, I wasn’t expecting anything better. I emailed one of the Australian suppliers (Hypop) and asked them to let me know when the were expecting stock. I got a response to say stock had just arrived so I put in an order. Pricing was better than I expected, I haven’t followed the pricing of the Godox gear recently but A$139 (US$85 on Amazon) for a TTL/HSS flash is pretty reasonable by any standards . My Yonguo manual flash cost more than that although it is a high power output.

Ordering and shipping

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