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Seems like a Godox Fuji trigger will be out soon

 
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Mar 07, 2017 18:34 |  #1

From my understanding the trigger for Broncolor is from Godox. And I just saw this on Fuji Rumors.

https://www.youtube.co​m …continue=59&v=i​RY4cb65IJA (external link)


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Mar 07, 2017 22:15 |  #2

bobbyz wrote in post #18294737 (external link)
From my understanding the trigger for Broncolor is from Godox. And I just saw this on Fuji Rumors.

https://www.youtube.co​m …continue=59&v=i​RY4cb65IJA (external link)

Bobby,
I've received email responses from Helen at Adorama that their product group working with Godox is anticipating a Fujifilm XT1 later this year. I asked specifically if it will support all the TTL features expected and supported with the XT1/2, GFX50s and she said that is the intention.

Now its just a matter of waiting.


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Mar 10, 2017 16:41 |  #3

Tell me they AREN'T really going to call it an XT1 for Fuji?? ;)


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Mar 10, 2017 22:40 |  #4

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18297563 (external link)
Tell me they AREN'T really going to call it an XT1 for Fuji?? ;)

If they follow current naming practice it will be the XT1f.:-D
Fortunately, Adorama will call it the RT2f


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Mar 13, 2017 14:19 |  #5

I'd personally like an XT32f trigger but I'll take any trigger that allows wireless hss for Fuji at a his point.




  
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Mar 13, 2017 14:23 as a reply to  @ gremlin75's post |  #6

There are reports of Cactus V6ii working the AD600 in HSS but native support would be welcomed. Profoto and Elinchrom have also said they will start supporting sometime this year.


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Mar 13, 2017 14:57 |  #7

Two Hot Shoes wrote in post #18299944 (external link)
There are reports of Cactus V6ii working the AD600 in HSS but native support would be welcomed. Profoto and Elinchrom have also said they will start supporting sometime this year.

I would hate to add Cactus on top of X1 and then another Cactus on the Rx side. I have tried looking for videos but mostly folks show using HSS with Hot shoe flashes. Maybe there is a clear video showing HSS with Cactus and AD600. I am just like you folks waiting for official Godox trigger for Fuji. That will help a lot.


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Mar 13, 2017 15:15 as a reply to  @ bobbyz's post |  #8

Don't need the X1T trigger, unless you want to control the power [and who wouldn't] on the camera just the Tx and Rx. Works well or so I hear. I'm tempted but I'll put up with my 6 stop firecrest ND for now and save the €200 for native triggering. Who knows perhaps thy will also include TTL...


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Mar 15, 2017 13:57 |  #9

Good to see some folks using Fujifilm here! I will be getting a Godox TT600 shortly and was wondering which transmitter I should get to control the power-settings of off camera godox flashes. From the pin layout Canon seems to be closer than the units for Nikon and sony. Which ones do you folks use C or N and XTR16, XTR32 or X1T? Since Godox and similar flashes hve trans-receivers built in I will probably not need the receiver units of X1T, XTR16 or XTR32.

Thanks for helping out.




  
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Mar 15, 2017 15:22 as a reply to  @ RanjanR's post |  #10

I have Flashpoint R2 transmitter for Canon, Nikon and Sony. Any will let you change power of TT600 and will work on Fuji. Just no TTL and no HSS.


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Mar 16, 2017 23:02 |  #11

Since the TT600 is manual only, I would just get the very affordable and easy to use XT-16. It is essentially universal. It works great in my Fuji XT1.

If you need a lot of groups, then the XT32 makes sense, but the XT-16 will adjust the power levels remotely and easily.

X1T don't get in any brand, as it's ETTL.


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Mar 17, 2017 08:17 |  #12

Edward Tang of Cheetah Stand laid out the roadmap for Fuji and Olympus TTL in the X system.
"Godox Plan:
TT350 Olympus and Fuji April-May 2017.
If TT350 is good, Move to 685 and V860II.
If all is good move to X1 Fuji and X1 Olympus.
The same time firmware update for all 2.4G light to accept Olympus and Fuji.
AD200 60 bulb LED light head May-June 2017."

The last line is an interesting side note for those looking for LED video lighting.


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Mar 17, 2017 10:14 |  #13

Dave, can you clarify what this TT350 is? And any link to this info? Thanks.


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Mar 17, 2017 10:19 |  #14

bobbyz wrote in post #18303323 (external link)
Dave, can you clarify what this TT350 is? And any link to this info? Thanks.


http://www.godox.com …_Camera_Flash_T​T350S.html (external link)

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Mar 17, 2017 12:28 |  #15

bobbyz wrote in post #18303323 (external link)
Dave, can you clarify what this TT350 is? And any link to this info? Thanks.

The flash is the one in DPE's link.
The information I quoted is on the Cheetahstand Facebook page.


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