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Profoto Air Remote TTL-O for Olympus and Panasonic

BH #PR901046 • MFR #901046
Profoto Air Remote TTL-O for Olympus and Panasonic
Key Features
  • Manual and TTL Control of AirTTL Flashes
  • Manual Control of Air Flashes
  • Range: 1000' (Normal) / 330' (TTL)
  • 8 Channels; 3 Groups
Maximize the potential of your AirTTL-equipped flashes through the use of an Air Remote TTL-O from Profoto. This powerful remote provides you with an outstanding set of features, including support for wireless power control and TTL, including high-speed sync, with Olympus and Panasonic cameras, as well as compatibility with the Profoto Control and Profoto Camera apps for iOS and Android. Operating on a 2.4 GHz frequency, the Air Remote can sync with flashes up to 1000' away with normal triggering and 330' with TTL. TTL is useful because it offers automated shooting and exposure and brings the advantage of high-speed sync, enabling the use of shutter speeds up to 1/8000 second. Also, the controller has 8 channels and 3 groups, ensuring minimal interference with other nearby systems and equipment. Each group can be controlled independently from one another, permitting ±2 EV adjustment of power ratios for TTL systems and nine stops of manual control. You have access to remotely turn on/off the modeling lights or heads, making it easier to adjust lights in your studio. Additionally, there is a mini-USB port for installing firmware updates and it runs on just two AAA batteries.
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Which system will work with LUMIX cameras?

Which system will work with LUMIX cameras?
Asked by: Paul
Panasonic and Olympus use the same radio system so the Profoto Air Remote TTL-O for Olympus BH #PR901046 will work.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-04-26

How come there isn't one of these for Sony?

How come there isn't one of these for Sony?
Asked by: Stephan
Due to the Profoto Connect Pro Remote being newer and superior model of a remote it is relevant to the unavailability of Profoto Air Remote TTL for Sony.
Answered by: Lera K
Date published: 2024-01-30

Will this work with the A10?

Will this work with the A10?
Asked by: John
Yes.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-12-31

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Will this remote give the power ratio of the D1 Air units? Will this unit trigger a Canon 600EX-RT radio speedlite?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Profoto Air Remote TTL-C can trigger the D1 monolights, but it will not provide a power ratio that can be displayed on it. Additionally, it can only trigger Profoto products since it has a very specific frequency.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Hi everyone, Will this work on a Sony A7C, and ...

Hi everyone, Will this work on a Sony A7C, and has anyone used it with that camera? I haven't seen that camera on here. Thank you.
Asked by: johnny
Have you popped a message directly on Profoto's site? I'm also an A7riii user. Works fine for me. Hoping the manufacturer can am help you.
Answered by: Ann
Date published: 2022-01-06

Does this work with the profoto A1X Air TTL-s?

Does this work with the profoto A1X Air TTL-s?
Asked by: Juan
Yes, the Profoto Air Remote TTL-S for Sony works with the Profoto A1X AirTTL-S Studio Light for Sony.
Answered by: Rob K
Date published: 2021-08-18

The profoto A1 is listed as a compatible unit, ...

The profoto A1 is listed as a compatible unit, but the A1x is not. Is the list not updated, or are they indeed not buddies?
Asked by: Joseph
They’re definitely pals. One of the beautiful things about the ProFoto system is that all of their wireless “Air” strobes work in harmony. That includes the bigger ones too!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-08-31

Will this work with Canon M50?

Will this work with Canon M50?
Asked by: Stephan
As long as the camera has a hot shoe that can communicate with a TTL flash, I would imagine it would work.
Answered by: Ray
Date published: 2020-11-07
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