Godox starts shipping TT350 speedlight for Olympus & Fujifilm cameras

Godox's compact TT350 speedlight is now available for Micro Four Thirds and Fujifilm mirrorless cameras.

For a long time the upcoming support from Godox for the Micro Four Thirds and Fujifilm platform has been rumoured, but we are happy to report that the first speedlights with support for M43 and Fuji are shipping now. Godox has decided to convert the small TT350 speedlight for the two brands first and possibility the TT685 and V860 will follow soon.

Similar to the already existing version for Canon, Nikon and Sony, these new versions will also feature a 2.4 GHz master and slave mode which enables them to use the Godox ecosystem. Soon it will be possible to use your Fuji or M43 cameras to fire all Godox flashes while retaining TTL and HSS! Please note that it will be required to update your existing flash (e.g. AD200) before these new features can be used.

A standalone X1 transmitter for Fuji and M43 will be coming soon and can be expected at any time now.

The diminutive TT350 is a great match for mirrorless cameras since it is smaller than the bigger speedlites, and thus matching the small size of the mirrorless cameras. It is powered by 2 AA batteries and still packs a decent performance with a recycle time of 2.2 seconds and a GN of 36 meter (ISO @ 105mm).

More information can be found on the Godox website.

  • When are we going to get a Mac-compatible firmware updater?

    • J.L. Williams

      I’m guessing that will ship about the third week of Never. I know, it annoys me too…

    • mario

      Never! Read about the used chip in the flash that is adressable by windows only. 🙁

  • Chris Davis

    Whoop! pleased to see the page up and running again 🙂

  • mario

    Got mine for Olympus (E-M1), works great in TTL with two AD200!! Ordered the Fuji also for my X-T1.

    • Ryan Lindsey

      Are you triggering the AD200s in TTL mode as well? I’ve tried triggering my V860IIN units in TTL (From what I understand the V860II units should be able to accept TTL radios from any Godox TTL transmitter, regardless of brand), but it seems to only be manual.

  • Anyone know if we can mail these back to Adorama or wherever for firmware updates? I’m not buying a Winblows computer just to do this.

  • Rob’s Photo

    I have to second about the page up and running!! I am always checking for new information!!

  • Ronald Noerachmad

    This’ll good for a trigger n companion myAD360I, so for a while it won’t necessarily​ buy X1T f n receiver RTX16