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PocketWizard - FlexTT5 Transceiver Radio Slave for Nikon
Quick Overview |
The dedicated FlexTT5 Transceiver, with its built in hot-shoe and ControlTL™ software, is the perfect addition to Canon E-TTL II flash systems. The FlexTT5 takes the existing benefits of Canon wireless systems and pushes them past the boundaries of infrared technology. When paired with the Mini TT1™ Transmitter or another FlexTT5 Transceiver, a whole new world of wireless flash freedom opens up. The FlexTT5 is also the perfect Transceiver for your manual triggering needs and works with all MultiMAX channels and many of the MultiMAX advanced functions.

SportsShooter Member Rating | 7.33
List Price | $219.00
More Information | http://www.samys.com/index/page/product/product_id/26001/pro...


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Mark Perlstein Photographer / Photo Editor
Plano | TX | USA
Comments | [10/29/14] One of the so called attractiveness of the TT1/TT5 is the ability to shoot high speed sync. That never worked for my with my D700/SB800 set up. In fact, It sometimes fails to fire even at 1/250 sec.
Rating | 3

Geoffrey Bolte Photographer / Assistant
Thompson | CT | USA
Comments | [05/26/11] Nice piece of gear. Used them for some remote work for basketball and some corporate event work this year. Very nice to be able to use with the MultiMaxes and Plus IIs. A great feture is being able to use the Multimax to control the zones, ABC. So you can change the direction of light when needed. Also able to set the receive and transmit channels to different ones, was able to fire off a remote camera and trigger strobes with them. Still learning them, but very happy with how they are working. Of course haven't fully played with the TTL functions yet, but in the little I have it seems to work very well.
Rating | 9

Joel Hawksley Student/Intern / Photographer
Athens | OH | USA
Comments | [05/26/11] The better of the Flex/Mini set to come from PW. While it is tough to change the channels in the field, the unit can be "trained" using another PW, such as a MultiMAX, which is what I have done. I tend to prefer the Flex units on camera, and Max units remotely, if not using TTL.
Rating | 10



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