A compact flash with built-in radio, the Godox TT350S, has been announced for Sony cameras. The diminutive shoe-mount flash takes two AA batteries and is compatible with flashes and triggers in Godox’s 2.4GHz wireless system.
We first saw the Godox TT350S at Photokina. Godox suggested there will be TT350 models for Canon and Nikon as well (TT350C and TT350N) but the TT350S for Sony is the first to break cover.
As an on-camera flash, the Godox TT350S offers TTL and high-speed sync for Sony Alpha α series cameras, as well as manual control down to 1/128 of full power. The guide number is 36 (at Iso-100) with a recycle time of 2.2 seconds at full power. The zoom head covers focal lengths from 24–105mm.
In addition to its small size, the key feature of the Godox TT350S is its built-in radio capability. You can use it as a 2.4GHz master, triggering the Witstro AD600, AD600M and AD360II, Ving V860IIS and V850II and Thinklite TT685S and TT600 off-camera. As a wireless slave, the TT350S can be controlled by an X1T-S transmitter, the Ving V860IIs and V850II and the Thinklite TT685S and TT600 flashes.
The claimed wireless range is up to 100 metres. Since the screen on the TT350S is only small, Godox recommends the X1T-S transmitter for a “better user experience” for adjusting settings of remote flashes. There is a USB port for firmware updates.
Pricing and availability have yet to be announced. Visit the Godox web site for more information.