Godox Thinklite TTL TT350C. Small and light strobe flash is useful.
The strobe flash is "better too big than too small".
To put it simply, a large strobe flash has more choices for the amount of light.
But when taking snapshots, mobility is important.
This is Godox Thinklite TTL TT350C.
I thought the TT600 was a nice strobe flash to use, but I also wanted a small and lightweight strobe flash and bought it.
Small and lightweight strobe flashes are released by various companies, so why did I choose Godox again?
Because the TT600 was a good product, I trusted the brand "Godox".
Below, spec ↓
Guide number (1/1 output @ 105mm): 36
Flash coverage: 24-105mm (with 14mm wide panel), auto-zoom, manual zoom, bounce: 0-270 °, -7-90 °
Flash duration: 1/350 to 1/20000 seconds
Exposure control system: TTL auto and manual flash
Flash exposure compensation: ± 3 steps in 1/3 increments
HSS High Speed Sync: up to 1/8000 seconds
Multi-flash: up to 90 times, 99Hz
Wireless flash function: Master, Slave, OFF
Controllable slave groups: 3 (A, B, C)
Transmission range (approx.): 30m
Power supply: 2 AA batteries
Recycle time: 0.1-2.2 seconds (nickel metal hydride battery)
Full power flashes (maximum): Approximately 210 (nickel-metal hydride battery)
Power saving: Yes
Sync triggering mode: Hotshoe, Optic triggering
Size (W x H x D): 140 x 62 x 38 mm
This strobe flash has the necessary and sufficient performance for snapshot photography.
I tried TT350C and TT600 side by side.
I think the TT350C is the size that you don't hesitate to carry around for snapshots.
I attached it to the Canon EOS M5.
I think it's a good balance compared to when the TT600 is attached.
TT350C is a good size that does not occupy the space of the bag.
By the way, I bought it for Canon, and the "C" at the end of the product number is Canon's "C".
As shown below, the end of the product number corresponds to each camera manufacturer.
- TT350C: for Canon
- TT350F: for Fujifilm
- TT350N: For Nikon
- TT350O: for Olympus, Panasonic
- TT350P: For Pentax
- TT350S: for Sony
Panasonic users should be careful not to accidentally buy the TT350P for Pentax. :}
I actually took snapshot using the TT350C and the handling was very good.
TT350C can use TTL.
However, I highly recommend the manual mode for those who want to study lighting.
By the way, all the above pictures were taken at ISO100.
There are of course situations where we shouldn't use a strobe flash, but if I carry one small and lightweight strobe flash, less likely to give up shooting.
Use the TT350C, I thought also that way. :D