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10-09-2018, 09:59 PM - 1 Like   #1
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Godox TT350P

New flash for Pentax

GODOX PHOTO EQUIPMENT CO.,LTD TT350P

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ascencio Quote
Seems very nice to me:
2.4GHz wireless with other godox flashes including studio stuff.
Transmitter/remote available for Pentax too it seems.

Good stuff.
10-10-2018, 01:19 AM   #3
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Small and light with a very good feature set. Looks good.
10-10-2018, 02:03 AM   #4
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Godox TT350P released

Sorry if it has been announced before.

Godox continue supporting Pentax users. A really interesting flash:

* small
* PTTL
* metal shoe
* master capabilities, can control up to 3 groups (AD200, AD400Pro and others)
* of course, supports the X Godox protocol

More info here: GODOX PHOTO EQUIPMENT CO.,LTD TT350P

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10-10-2018, 03:21 AM   #5
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Showing on B&H as a special order for $84.90; availability 2-4 weeks.
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Yet another choice we have now for a P-TTL on camera flash, plus this one goes even further than the Yongnuo and Shanny systems by offering an integrated radio control system, with compatible flashes and strobes as well!

What is not clear unfortunately, from the linked webpage above, is whether the "Master" mode deactivates the flash itself in term of light output, or whether you have to work with the output from the flash as well as the slave/s. Hopefully there will be a selectable choice for a "master" and "control" function.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mcgregni Quote
What is not clear unfortunately, from the linked webpage above, is whether the "Master" mode deactivates the flash itself in term of light output, or whether you have to work with the output from the flash as well as the slave/s. Hopefully there will be a selectable choice for a "master" and "control" function.
Even after reading the manual...neither is clear for me .
I hope Godox release the V350P version soon, smae as TT but with lithium battery (+40g more).
10-10-2018, 07:30 AM   #8
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This is very nice. I use Flashpoint (Godox) flashes on my other branded camera and they are really nice and reliable thus far, imo better than the other 3rd party flashes out there. This is a welcome addition for Pentax.

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I've been watching Godox since they announced the XPro P transmitter. I'd like to have the option for on-camera flash, though, so something like the TT350P looks like a better controller for me. I'm unlikely to use more than 2 flash groups so I don't need the fancier user interface of the XPro P.

Godox documentation keeps confusing me. In some places they say their "X" system is universal but then in other places they list weird compatibility issues. For example, diagrams at the TT350P link are puzzling, showing that a TT350P can be a master or slave to a TT600 but not to another TT350.

If it's just bad documentation and TT350 models can control each other, a TT350P plus TT350O combo looks great for me. $170 for a compact 2-flash system that works equally well with Pentax and micro four thirds, supporting HSS and TTL, wow. I can later add a larger flash to expand both systems.
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Yes, Godox trigger / flash / strobe / feature / mode / version / shipping times / battery life / firmware / warranty / after sales and even "screw hole" questions are going to keep this forum buzzing for some time yet ..... Instead I'm looking forward to seeing some nice flash lit photographs taken with the equipment, and some explanation of how they were achieved..... That would be nice please everyone ..... someone ....


Come on all, lets show that we're not all just a bunch of techie gear heads

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Can the XPro P control the TT350P? or any TT350 model? I seem to have gotten lost in the firmware updates and different combos, sorry....
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Hmm, attractive. But I'm guessing it'll have a smaller guide number than the v860 II? I wish that flash was available for us too, maybe it will in time (they have Canikon, Sony, Fuji, and even Oly/Pana versions now, we're the only ones missing from the list)

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QuoteOriginally posted by Oakland Rob Quote
Can the XPro P control the TT350P? or any TT350 model? I seem to have gotten lost in the firmware updates and different combos, sorry....
I believe it will be usable with the XPro P, the link provided shows this flash among the supported models.
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Looks good to me. Just need a faster recycle time for dark events.
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Per support, the TT350 does work with the current Godox system including the new triggers. BH has 'em; Adorama is back ordered (for the Flashpoint-branded one).
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If they release the v860 II for pttl I'll be selling my flashes and buying into that system the Ad400 pro looks awesome too, but bit out of my budget for now
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