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Commander mode is for Nikon's optical CLS system or their radio WR system. It does not work with Godox's 2.4 GHz radio system. While the Godox TT685-N and V860 II-N full-sized speedlights can be optical CLS commanders/slaves, the TT350-N/V350-N cannot. Your TT350-N is set into radio master mode [antenna icon in lower left with M], to be used as a transmitter ...


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Check to see if the Wireless ID number on the transmitter is set to the same value as the Wireless ID number on the flash. If either of the Godex units is not capable of using Wireless ID numbers, then the ID number on the other unit must be set to "Off". From comments made by the OP of both this question and the one referenced below to an answer ...


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Can someone help me find the right settings please? You don't need the right settings, you need the right trigger. Your flash is set to receive a radio signal from a radio transmitter. You need a Godox compatible 2.4GHz radio transmitter with a Nikon compatible hot foot mounted on your camera's hot shoe to trigger the flash in radio mode. You can use a ...


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If you are using the built-in flash as your trigger, it has to fire. That's how optical triggering works. You can use a different trigger (radio, cable), or you can use a hard IR-pass filter like Nikon's SG-3IR to prevent the visible triggering flash from affecting your exposure. Going with a radio trigger, preferably one that works directly with your flash, ...


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