Today we are getting around to publishing our Godox TT350F review that we have seen a number of people reaching out for over the last few months. As we have already posted reviews for other variants of the Godox TT350, we felt that it was only right for us to publish a review for the Fuji variant of the flash unit as it is definitely one of the most popular variants of the flash unit.
The great build quality, excellent performance, and solid features of the Godox TT350F have made it very popular within the Fuji camera owning community since its release. This has lead to the flash unit earning an excellent reputation with many Fuji camera owners who use this as their go-to camera flash and have posted their own reviews (click here to read some of them) of the flash online.
User Interface And Control System
The photograph above shows the control system and user interface for the Godox TT350F. As you can see, the main control system of the flash unit is based around utilizing six buttons as well as a rotary dial that allows you to easily work your way through the flashes navigation menu. The menu itself is very clean and easy to navigate allowing you to quickly get to any key settings that you may wish to tweak during a photography session.
All of the buttons, as well as the rotary dial, are easy to use even if your hands are cold or wet. Additionally, they do not have that cheap feel to them that many other flash units control systems have either. The backlit screen of the flash unit makes it very easy to see the text or numbers displayed on the screen when in low light conditions and the displayed characters do not fuzz up and make the options difficult to read either.
If you are used to using any other Godox camera flashes then the navigation menu will be very similar to what you are used to. On top of this, the navigation on the unit has been designed to be as easy to use as possible so you will be able to quickly pick it up even if you are new to the Godox brand or using flash units in general.
All in all, we feel Godox have done a really good job with the TT350F when it comes to its control and user interface system. They have kept it very easy while still ensuring that you are able to use it to customize the performance of the flash to the needs of your session with minimal effort.
Performance And Functionality
Considering the price point of the Godox TT350F in the market, it offers a surprisingly high list of features as well as a great level of performance offering some excellent image quality for your flash photography photos. Here are some of the key features the flash unit offers that we feel will be the most useful for our readers:-
- Full TTL Functionality
- Supports HSS(Max.1/8000s)
- Both Front And Rear Curtain Sync
- Multi Flash
- Manual Flash
- 22 Steps Of Power Output(1/1-1/128)
- Variable 0.1-2.2s Recycle Time
- Around 210 Full Power Flash Activations
- 24-105mm Auto/Manual Zoom
- 2.4G Wireless Transmission
- Master And Slave Modes
As you can see, the TT350F provides you with a ton of functionality for a very fair price tag that helps push it ahead of the other competing flash units at this price point in the market. As far as we know, it has the best feature list and performance out of all the other Fuji compatible flash units at this price point at the time of writing.
One thing that we would like to point out is that the 210 full power flash activations is the listed number released from Godox. In reality, this is going to depend on your flash settings, mainly the recycle time that you have selected as the 0.1 seconds recycle time will eat through your battery much quicker than using the 2.2 seconds recycle time.
Either way, we would always recommend that you use a set of high-quality, budget-friendly batteries (Click here to check for product prices and availability) with the flash unit to get the best performance and battery life. Anyway, all in all, we feel that the Godox TT350F is going to easily meet the requirements of the vast majority, if not all our readers allowing you to simply mount the flash on your cameras hot shoe mount then go about your flash photography as required.
In all fairness, considering that you could still argue that the Godox TT350F is a budget-friendly, low to mid-range flash unit its build quality really is excellent. The plastics that the majority of the flash body is made from are solid offering a robust flash unit that is also lightweight. Unlike some other budget-friendly flash units rotating and tilting the flash head feels secure and not as it will simply come off in your hand when changing its position for bouncing your flash.
All in all, we feel that Godox have managed to absolutely smash it when it comes to the build quality for the Godox TT350F and it definitely stands out ahead of the competinghttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLugRKV5tCx-kKM88jQsbbvKDPj6qwau33 flash units pushing the TT350F our ahead.
That concludes our Godox TT350F review and as you may have guessed, we really are massive fans of this flash unit and feel it is a great flash to add to your camera accessories. For its price point in the market, we have no doubt that it will make a great addition to your Fuji camera of choice and help you improve your flash photography performance.
The video below offers an additional third-party, independent review for the Godox TT350F to offer our readers an independent opinion of the product.
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