PocketWizard MiniTT1 Radio Slave Transmitter for Nikon i-TTL System

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PocketWizard MiniTT1 Radio Slave Transmitter for Nikon i-TTL System
Key Features
  • Compatible with FCC Compliant Items Only
  • On-Camera Hot Shoe
  • 32 Channels, Multi-Zone
  • High Speed Sync up to 1/8000th sec
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The PocketWizard MiniTT1 Radio Slave Transmitter is part of an ultra-versatile radio slave system, and is dedicated specifically to the Nikon i-TTL flash control system. It simply slides directly into the camera's hot shoe, and there are no special settings to make or modes to call up. Use the camera, on-camera flash, or flash commander controls for flash compensation, zone and ratio control. It supports single or multiple dedicated flash units.

The MiniTT1 is the ideal addition to any Nikon i-TTL flash system. It works in combination with the FlexTT5 Transceiver, and since this system works on digital radio technology, it can support i-TTL operation around corners, out-of-sight, or in bright sunlight.

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PocketWizard MiniTT1 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2
  • 32 Channel Settings + Learn Mode
  • 4HyperSync & High-Speed Sync Technology
  • 5Built-In Hot Shoe
  • 6Low-Profile Design
  • 7Configurable and Upgradeable

The PocketWizard MiniTT1 Radio Slave Transmitter is part of an ultra-versatile radio slave system, and is dedicated specifically to the Nikon i-TTL flash control system. It simply slides directly into the camera's hot shoe, and there are no special settings to make or modes to call up. Use the camera, on-camera flash, or flash commander controls for flash compensation, zone and ratio control. It supports single or multiple dedicated flash units.

The MiniTT1 is the ideal addition to any Nikon i-TTL flash system. It works in combination with the FlexTT5 Transceiver, and since this system works on digital radio technology, it can support i-TTL operation around corners, out-of-sight, or in bright sunlight.

This item is FCC compliant and can only be used with corresponding USA FCC compliant models. Using this item outside of the United States may be illegal. B&H is not responsible for any fines, fees, or penalties that may come from inappropriate spectrum usage.

2 Channel Settings + Learn Mode

Each setting can be programmed to support up to 20 ControlTL channels for TTL photography, or 32 standard channels for manual flash photography. The FlexTT5 Transceiver also has a three-zone selector switch, which integrates with Nikon zones and ratios. The Learn Mode allows the unit to detect the channel used by any other unit in the area.

HyperSync & High-Speed Sync Technology

Supports flash sync speeds of up to 1/500th sec. High-Speed Sync auto syncs flash system with the camera's shutter speed setting, up to 1/8000th.

Built-In Hot Shoe

Features a hot shoe on the top, so that you can still mount a flash unit directly onto the camera. This allows you to combine your remote flash with the on-camera flash, or use the on-camera flash for additional i-TTL control only.

Low-Profile Design

The MiniTT1 lies flat to stay out of the way and uses an internal antenna.

Configurable and Upgradeable

The MiniTT1 features a mini-USB port, which makes it upgradeable and "future-proof" for continuous improvements and compatibility upgrades.

PocketWizard MiniTT1 Specs

Wireless
Channels52.0
Wireless Range800 to 1200' / 240 to 365 m
Radio Frequency340 to 354 MHz
General
Control ModesTTL
Mounting
Top MountHot Shoe
Electrical
Battery Type1 x CR2450, CR2354
Physical
DimensionsTransmitter: 2.8 x 1.9 x 1.3" / 7.1 x 4.9 x 3.3 cm
Weight2.3 oz / 65 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.6 x 5.4 x 2.1"
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How long does the battery typically last?

How long does the battery typically last?
Asked by: Natalie
A battery will normally last about 40 hours of "awake" time. If the camera's meter is awake, the MiniTT1 will be, as well. If your camera has a 10 pin remote port, you can use the PW-DC-N10 power adapter: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/982497-REG/profoto_804_608_pw_dc_n10_nikon_dslr_power.html
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2019-07-26

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Will this unit work with a D750 body
Asked by: Paul L.
Yes! It's stated on the PocketWizard webpage.
Answered by: Andres R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can I use the nikon su800 rather than the pocketwizard zone contol on miniTT1 for CLS/zone contol etc?
Asked by: PJJ
No, you cannot. The PocketWizard remote system uses wireless radio frequency to communicate with their remote system, and uses a proprietary TTL system that is compatible with Nikon's i-TTL system, but does not directly communicate with Nikon cameras; the system is only shared between PocketWizard ControlTL remotes. The Nikon SU-800 Wireless Transmitter uses Nikon's wireless optical system to communicate with the optical sensor built into their flashes. Nikon's optical system and PocketWizard's radio system are not cross-compatible and cannot be used with one another.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can you control flash output from this one?
Asked by: Marvin S.
Hi Marvin,Yes, with an AC3 Zone Controller attached.You can turn remote flash units off, select Manual or Auto flash control.Other controls are done directly through the camera such as flash compensation, automatic aperture control and ISO compensation.
Answered by: Lorenzo G. Pocket Wizard Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

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can I use a Nikon mini tt1 on a Canon camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
No. Unfortunately these transmitters are dedicated to the hot shoe (top flash port) of each camera and the configuration is different between canon and Nikon.
Answered by: Kyle B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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If I have 1 mini tt1 how many flashes equipped with tt5 can it control?
Asked by: Brian S.
no..
Answered by: ronald w.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can I use these on 2 cameras with speedlights on TTL, while using a quantum with a plus 2 on it?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can have a Mini TT1 on each camera with a flash set for TTL on top while a Quantum Q Flash is off camera connected to a Plus II unit.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can I use this with a Yongnuo YN560-TX? How universal is this (if at all)? I have the YN560 IV and the Yongnuo YN560-TX and I want them to sync at high shutter speeds. Eventually I would like to upgrade to some strobes.
Asked by: Steve M.
You would have to check with pocket wizards - not sure if they operate on the same protocol. I have mini tt1 and the flex tt5 systems and they work great. I believe you would need yongnou receivers as well.
Answered by: Thomas B.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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