The Godox TT350N (Strobepro X35N) flash is designed to be as small as possible without sacrificing the features you love in the larger TT685 or V860ii speedlites. It's perfect for mirrorless cameras, or for those who just want a smaller flash. The TT350N is lightweight, compact and can easily fit in your pocket.
The Strobepro Difference
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Mirrorless in Mind
Now smaller mirrorless camera users have a flash perfectly suited to their size. The small form factor should appeal to just about anyone who thought they wouldn't have room for a flash in their everyday carry.
Built-in X-Series Radio Control
That's right, this little guy has a built-in radio transceiver. The TT350N can be fully controlled by any Godox/Strobepro X-Series radio controller, or it can be used to command other flashes or strobes through its radio master mode. TTL and HSS are supported in either scenario.
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TTL and HSS
That's right, this little flash supports TTL (automatic) flash power, and high speed sync for using your shutter at speeds of up to 1/8000 of a second.
Get the Whole Picture
The TT350N can find a place in your kit both on and off camera. Unlock its full potential with an X-Series radio controller. It is extremely affordable and opens up a whole new world of flash photography. Wireless groups allow you to control multiple flashes separately all from on top of your camera.
Simple LCD Panel
Turn it on and you'll have the easy to navigate menu figured out in no time. Four function buttons and the selection dial are designed for ease of use.
Nikon DSLRs and Z series cameras
36 (m at ISO 100 and maximum zoom)
TTL, Manual, Multi
High Speed Sync (HSS)
Yes, up to 1/8000s
< 6s at 1/1 with Alkaline Batteries / 0.1 - 2.2 using (using 2500mAh Ni-MH Batteries)
Number of Flashes at Full Power
Approximately 210 (using 2500mAh Ni-MH Batteries)
1/20,000s to 1/300s
8 stops (1/128 to 1/1) in 1/3 incremements
±3 stops in 1/3 increments
2.4 GHz radio (32 channels/5 groups), S1 and S2 optical slave modes
Works like a charm - smaller than the X60 and often all the power I need. If I need more light, use the X35N as a master to control the X60's - and if that still isn't enough pull out the X360. I like having the option to select just the amount of lighting power that I need.