Godox TT350 for Fujifilm Available for Pre-order (TTL + HSS)

We recently shared the news here on FujiRumors, that Godox was working on Fujifilm support.

Well, now it’s real.

The Godox/Flashpoint TT350 for Fujifilm is available for pre-order at Adorama for $85 (thanks for sharing, David). Here are some specs (full specs at Adorama here):

  • Compact size for use with Fuji compact mirrorless cameras
  • Powerful Flash with a GN of 80
  • TTL automation through Fuji Dedicated Foot with Locking Ring
  • Integrated R2 Radio System’s Built In Transmitter and Receiver for flawless Remote TTL and Manual Power Control
  • Fully Compatible With All On Camera TTL Controls Including Automatic TTL Exposure Control, Exposure Bias, Second Curtain Sync, HSS, EXIF Recording, FlashValue Lock etc.
  • Industry benchmark range and interference avoidance with the integrated R2 RadioSystem
  • Zooming Head for even coverage with automatic zoom or manual control
  • HSS for Shutter Speeds Up To 1/8000 Second
  • Regular and Intelligent Optical Slave Modes
  • 360 degree rotation and 90+ degree tilt
  • Stable color temperature at 5600±200K over the entire power range
  • Backlit Matrix LCD
  • Overheat Protection
  • Perfect for On and Off Camera Use
  • Flashpoint 1-Year Warranty

At this point a HUUUGE thanks goes to every single one of you guys, who always helps me to find the news and to break it first here on FujiRumors. Keep it up :)

See more also at flashhavoc.com

And again, here is the Godox Roadmap for Fujifilm

Godox Plan:
TT350 Olympus and Fuji April-May 2017.
If TT350 is good, Move to 685 and V860II.
If all is good move to X1 Fuji and X1 Olympus.
The same time firmware update for all 2.4G light accept Fuji and Olympus
AD200 60 bulb LED light head May-June 2017

[UPDATE] Godox Update: More Details about Fujifilm TTL/HSS Support (Including New X2 Trigger for Fujifilm in July)

Godox Fujifilm Support

For an entire month, the news was somewhere hidden on CheetahStand facebook page, until an attentive FR-reader (thanks) finally spotted it and shared it with us here. The news is now spreading quickly on the web, as usual ;) .

Anyway, since we broke the news today that Godox is working on Fujifilm support, something is moving, and more details just appeard on the web, always via CheetahStand here:

Olympus and Panasonic TTL/HSS remote for Cheetah X series light come out first…I will test on May….Fuji coming right after that….Stay tuned

Also FR-sources (thanks) quickly dropped me emails. Here is what I got from them:

  • The Godox X1 for Fujifilm will be released at the end of April, or beginning of May (HSS and TTL)
  • The new X2 trigger with Fujifilm support will be released in July

** UPDATE ** : More tidbits from the Cheetah page here:

Godox will make TT350 first. I will test it…..If good move to V860X….If good make X1 and same time all X series will accept Olympus/Panasonic by firmware update….Same on Fuji

The original Roadmap shared earlier today:

Godox Plan:
TT350 Olympus and Fuji April-May 2017.
If TT350 is good, Move to 685 and V860II.
If all is good move to X1 Fuji and X1 Olympus.
The same time firmware update for all 2.4G light accept Fuji and Olympus
AD200 60 bulb LED light head May-June 201

Let There Be Light :: Elinchrom, Phottix and Godox Working on Fujifilm X Compatible Flashes/Triggers (and Elinchrom hints support ;) )

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Let There Be Light

It seems that the point has come, where you can’t ignore the Fujifilm X System anymore. Sure, we are still a niche, but a constantly growing one, so it starts to be interesting for third parties to create Fujifilm supported products.

In fact, I’ve just heard from a source, that Phottix, Elinchrom and Godox are all working on Fujifilm X series compatible flashes/triggers. At the moment I have no indication, when the support will be completed, though… but I guess it won’t take that long anymore. Why?

Well, as FR-reader told us in the comments to the big rumor overview, he wrote this comment at the Elinchrom facebook page: “Where’s the Fuji love elinchrom!!!??” Elinchrom liked the comment. And when X-shooter Neil asked if this means that Fujifilm Support is coming in near future, Elinchrom liked also that comment! Maybe it means nothing… or maybe… ;)

And, just a reminder, as rumored here, also Profoto should add Fujifilm support in 2017.

The source (whom I trust) asked me to take it with a grain of salt at this stage… and so I’ll do. As soon as I will be able to confirm it, I’ll let you know here on FujiRumors.

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Fujifilm & Flash :: The State of The Art & Rumors + NEW Metz Mecablitz M400 Announced with HSS + TTL Support

Fujifilm & Flash :: The State of The Art & Rumors + NEW Metz Mecablitz M400 Announced with HSS + TTL Support

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Is this the EF-X500 Killer? Metz Mecablitz M400. HSS and TTL Fujifilm X Compatible

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Fujifilm & Flash

UPDATE: Metz will launch the METZ MECABLITZ M400. HSS and TTL Fujifilm X Compatible. More here (translation)

Fujifilm & Flash… a long (and often painful) story. However, over the last years, we have seen some improvements, and some companies, like Nissin, started to support Fujifilm X-series cameras.

But it’s when you think that things go better, that Fuji is able to make it worst again ;)

In fact, with the launch of the X-T2, Fujifilm also introduced changes in the flash protocol to support the EF-X500 flash system. New protocol… and hence flashes that work on the X-T1 are now no more supported on the X-T2.

The good news is: everything can (hopefully) be fixed with Firmware updates.

So here is a Recap:

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