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PocketWizard - MiniTT1 Radio Slave Transmitter for Nikon
Quick Overview |
The smallest PocketWizard radio ever, the MiniTT1 Transmitter is part of a new generation of PocketWizard radios providing i-TTL and power control capabilities with Nikon Speedlights and select studio lights. Your creativity also extends far beyond X-Sync speeds with HyperSync and FP Sync capabilities.

The MiniTT1 locks onto the camera’s hot shoe, supporting an on-camera flash with its own hot shoe while working with remote PocketWizard units. Remotes can be one or more PocketWizard FlexTT5 Transceivers connected to Nikon CLS / i-TTL flashes or any PocketWizard Receiver for triggering flash or remote cameras. The MiniTT1 Transmitter is easy to use; just slide in place and begin to shoot. The new PocketWizard ControlTL System interprets the complex CLS / i-TTL data being sent through the camera’s hot shoe and digitally transmits it in a reliable radio signal. Change the exposure compensation dial on the camera, and those commands pass seamlessly through the system to your remote flash. Adjust your aperture or ISO and the system automatically corrects for those changes.

SportsShooter Member Rating | 9
List Price | $199.00
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Joel Hawksley Student/Intern / Photographer
Athens | OH | USA
Comments | [05/26/11] The smaller form-factor is great, but I find it to be overshadowed by the use of a non-standard (non-AA) battery. Otherwise, it performs great.
Rating | 9

Matt Cashore Photographer
South Bend | IN | USA
Comments | [05/26/11] I like the low-profile design vs. the old box-and-antenna in the hotshoe. That alone is worth $200 to me. I've used it for everything from portraits to arenas and haven't had any issues with range. I almost never use TTL, so I can't speak to it's usefulness there. The hyper-sync wasn't what I had hoped--I can get clean sync at 1/320 with a D3s but that's it. 1/400 will have slight-to-moderate dark banding depending on several variables. It can be cropped out, but I was really hoping for better than a 1/3 bump on the sync speed. Overall it's fairly easy to set up, and like all things Pocket Wizard, fully compatible with virtually everything else they've ever made. I won't give it a full '10' 'cuz of my mild disappointment with the hyper-sync but if the system would allow fractions I'd give it a 9.5
Rating | 9

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