The Strobepro X35N TTL flash is designed to be as small as possible without sacrificing the features you love in the larger Strobepro X60 speedlites. Perfect for mirrorless cameras or those who just want a smaller flash. It is lightweight, compact and can easily fit in your pocket.
The Strobepro Difference
Your Strobepro X35Nis built to the same specifications as the Godox TT350N, but with the added benefit of Strobepro's industry leading support. Strobepro is the largest distributor of Godox products in Canada. Give yourself peace of mind with Strobepro's helpful staff, 2 year warranty, and Calgary based service centre.
Mirrorless in Mind
Now mirrorless camera users have a flash perfectly suited to the size of their camera. Perfect for vacation when you don't want to bring all the gear, or times when you just need some quick, easy light.
X Series Built in Radio Control
That's right, this little guy has a built in radio receiver. That means it can be fully controlled by the Strobepro XT radio controller off camera. Full TTL, HSS, power adjustment, mode selection and more. Plus it can act as a master to control other Strobepro X Series products such as the X600ii, X200, X60, X360, XPRO and more.
Why buy anywhere else? We give you a 2 year warranty that is serviced right from our warehouse in Calgary, Alberta Canada. Plus you'll get full phone and email support.
All the Features
Just because it's small doesn't mean we left anything out. The X35N TTL has TTL (Automatic Mode), HSS (1/8000s), Front Curtain Sync, Rear Curtain Sync, Multi flash, Manual mode, Manual focus assist, Grouping and Flash Exposure Compensation.
Get the Whole Picture
The X35N TTL is great on camera but it really shines when it comes off. All you need for this is the Strobepro XT transmitter. It is extremely affordable and opens up a whole new world of flash photography. The wireless grouping on the XT allows you to control multiple flashes or strobes from the same controller.
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.
36 (m@ ISO 100)
Flash Exposure Control
TTL Manual Flash Remote TTL or Manual Flash (Master or Slave, with Groups) using the Integrated XT Radio System HSS to 1/8000s
Up to 90 times at 99Hz
XT Radio Range
230 ft /70 m
XT Radio Channels
Hot Shoe XT Radio Controller (integrated) Optical Slave S1, S2 Intelligent Optical Slave
0 to 360° horizontally and -7° to 90° vertically
Two 1.5V AA batteries (Eneloop Recommended)
1/128th power to full power in 1/3 stop increments
< 6 seconds @1/1 with Alkaline Batteries 0.1 - 2.2 using (using 2500mAh Ni-MH Batteries)
Full Power Flashes
Approximately 210 (using 2500mAh Ni-MH Batteries)
1/300 to 1/20000 second
Exposure Compensation Range
± 3 stops in 1/3 of a stop increments
Weight without batteries
7 oz / 198 g
1 x X35N TTL Flash 1 x Carrying bag 1 x Flash foot 1 x Flash Diffuser
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.