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  1. Yes, it is 😊 See section Flash Modes https://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x_t3/specifications/
  2. bump Wondering about this as well. I recently got my first two Godox TT350F, and was trying to get this working without success. On the X-T3, you can map "Modeling flash" to any of the function keys, but this does not seem to do anything, neither on the Godox nor on cute little EF-X8.. Could "Modeling flash" be limited to Fuji's own higher-end flashes only?
  3. @abmex , I got my first 2 Godox TT350F flashes a few days ago - really cool little strobes! And yes, I can confirm that you can use one as a trigger only, without firing. First, set your master (on-camera) by pressing and holding the SYNC button until the antenna icon starts flashing. Turn the wheel until M is displayed next to the antenna icon. Cycle through the flash modes (TTL, Manual, Multi, Off) by clicking MODE. Set it to off. Setup your secondary flash as slave by pressing and holding the SYNC button until the antenna icon starts flashing, then turn the wheel until S is displayed next to the antenna icon. That's it! Check this demo out, setup master/slave: ~1:00 in, turn off master to use only as trigger: ~1:40 and ~3:00 in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBj47_8ci9U Good luck! 📸
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