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PocketWizard Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 for Nikon DSLR Bundle -1 Mini and 2 Flex

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Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 Kit
  • The MiniTT1/FlexTT5 are compatible with following Nikon cameras: Nikon D2X, D3, D3S, D3X, D700, D80, D90, D200, D300, D300S, D40, D40X, D50, D3000, D5000, D7000
  • The MiniTT1/FlexTT5 are compatible with following Nikon camera flash units: As Master flash: SB900, SB800, and SU800. As Remote flash: SB900, SB800, SB600, SB400
  • HyperSync flash at 1/500 sec and faster More flash power for greater working distance for outdoor fill with any manual flash unit. Adjustable Pre-Flash Boost Better autoexposure results in bright sun and at greater subject distances.
  • Remote Autoflash at 7fps Shoot TTL flash as fast as the action happens. USB Configurable and Upgradeable Simple upgrade of system firmware promises new features and continued compatibility with Nikon system flashes.
  • TTL flash with Nikon DSLR cameras Familiar operation with no limitations. Dedicated Hot Shoe Simple operation. Direct fit to camera and flash. Enables using flash on camera. No cords, brackets, Velcro or tape needed.
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PocketWizard Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 for Nikon DSLR Bundle -1 Mini and 2 Flex + PocketWizard 804-709 AC3 Zone Controller for Nikon + PocketWizard 804-712 G-Wiz Trunk Bag (Black)
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Product Details

Style: Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 Kit
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: B004OBYYDA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 5, 2011

Product Description

Style: Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 Kit

The MiniTT1 transmitter is a low-profile unit that slides directly into the camera's hot shoe. It takes the complex TTL flash data sent through the camera's hot shoe contacts and transmits it in a secure, unique PocketWizard radio signal. Flash units must be mounted on a FlexTT5 transceiver for TTL operation or any PocketWizard unit for manual operation. Shoot FP sync up to 1/8000 sec. with Nikon Speedlites or up to 1/500 sec. and faster with full-power manual flash units using exclusive PocketWizard HyperSync. The unique ControlTL system enables adjustable Pre-Flash Boost for better autoflash shooting and remote autoflash at up to 7 fps. As all communication takes place through the dedicated hot shoes, there is no need for cables, brackets, Velcro or tape to use them. The FlexTT5 transceiver shares the MiniTT1 transmitter's features and adds the advanced auto-sensing and relay modes introduced with the PocketWizard Plus II, as well as camera and flash ports for PocketWizard cable connection to any camera or flash system. Both units feature a two-position channel selector that is factory programmed to the PocketWizard classic channel one and two. Using PocketWizard Utility software, available free on www.PocketWizard.com, and the USB port, you can program either channel to any of the PocketWizard system's 32 Standard or 20 ControlTL digitally encoded channels and zones. A special Learning Mode enables simple, in-the-field programming of all channels. The MiniTT1 transmitter and FlexTT5 transceiver represent a new era of PocketWizard software technology. Simply connect one of the units to a computer and click a button and it automatically updates its firmware. This allows for virtually unlimited system upgrades for new functionality and makes these PocketWizard radios capable of meeting any future challenge.

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Customer Reviews

If you shoot adults or teens, you'll love the ease of use and versatility of being able to use ETTL.
Suffice it to say the PocketWizard Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 for Nikon simply work reliably and have a great feature set.
ReckDiver | Blogger & Photographer
TTL works just like it was on the camera, and being able to control it from the camera is awesome as well!

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123 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Bob Tobias #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 17, 2011
Style Name: TT1 Radio Transmitter
Bottom line - Cream of the Crop

3/16 UPDATE - Please keep in mind that the next generation PocketWizard has been announced. That said, these are still great controllers.

I've been using this miniTT1 and FlexTT5s with my D90 and D200 for several months now. To say that they are perfect would be an overstatement. To say they work every bit as well as if they were hard-cabled is pretty much dead on. And with these things you don't have the challenges of tripping over or getting twisted in long wire runs.

As a simple example, I can set my flash (Nikon SB-800 AF Speedlight for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras - Old Version) with a Gary Fong Lightsphere Universal System Cloud attached on a stand in the middle of a large room. I have my camera (Nikon D200 10.2MP Digital SLR Camera (Body Only)) set to manual exposure, 1/30 @ f5.6. Pictures I take anywhere in the room are perfectly exposed.

They also work perfectly, albeit without the TTL functions, with the original PocketWizard Plus II Transceiver 801-125 Relay Radio Slave Transmitter Receiver 2-piece w/ PockeWizard Case for 2 in the mix.

There were some issues with the Canon version of these controllers and that was attributed to both the Mini/Flex and Canon "natively" using radio signals to control things.
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Talvi TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 29, 2011
Style Name: Mini TT1 & Flex TT5 Kit Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I'll start the review by noting that this is for the bundle of a Mini (for your camera) and two flexes (for external flashes). I would recommend checking the individual prices of these products first since the bundle seems to be at about the same price if the pieces were bought individually. Since the Mini is ONLY a transmitter (the Flex is a transceiver: it transmits and receives), and because it uses coin batteries and not AAs like the Flex, quit a few people prefer to have all Flexes and not buy the Mini at all. As such, you may want to buy a set of Flexes instead. My personal opinion is that I love the low profile and low weight of the Mini on my camera (though I keep leaving the thing on and draining the coin batteries, which can be annoying to replace).

Also, note that these are (as described in the title and description) for NIKON equipment only. To make the most use of them, you will need a Nikon camera body and a set of Nikon flashes.



Right off the bat, I LOVE the design improvements over their predecessors, the PW Plus IIs. And these do appear to be much more reliable than their Canon Flex/Mini counterparts. The extra time that Pocket Wizard put into developing the Nikon version appears to have paid off. However, several beta testers I know and quite a few users have noted some limitations in these first versions. But each software upgrade (that you can download from the Pocket Wizard website) greatly fixes and enhances the units. As with the Canon versions, I expect them to get better and better over time with each upgrade.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Courtney Chen on January 31, 2013
Style Name: TT5 Transceiver Verified Purchase
I spent over $1000 US and purchased a set of the flex an TT5's also AC9 and the Power control for the mini. These have never worked consistently. I shoot Weddings professionally in the Caribbean and have been embarrassed on several occasions asking my assistant if the flash has fired!, this was while shooting with the bride infront the camera.

so after months I of trying with them, updating the firmware and trying different flashes, It got so bad that I sent everything to Pocket Wizard.

No communication for three weeks. when I finally called the office and spoke to rep, she is informing me that all the products that I sent had water damage?????? And that the only thing she could for me is to give me a 15% discount on my next order???????????....

I will never buy pocket Wizards ever...

Since they told me that I have bought the Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon, 2 Receivers, and OMG- they are amazing. they totally work right out of the box. They work with my SB 910 also the SB 800 and 600.

These guys were the standard once. those days are so gone. no costumer service and shi.. policies
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Cruising on May 8, 2011
Style Name: TT5 Transceiver Verified Purchase
I have been working with Nikon and multiple flashes - usually using the TTL system with the built in Master/Remote controls. Once pocketwizard came out with the Mini TT1 and Flex TT5 for Nikon. Right out of the box, after installing the included batteries, it shot like a champ.

I used this equipment with both a Nikon D3s and D700 bodies. The flashes I used are SB900 and SB800. I shoot with different modifiers including Lastolite EZBox, Umbrellas and HONL grids.

All worked great with the TTL system.

I added the AC3 and I can modify power from the camera! Fantastic.

I was able to get this working to trigger the camera (Auto-Relay) but I think Pocketwizard is still working out some kinks. It works great. However, there is a 5 second delay between remote shots. You can work around this - but lose TTL - so you either have the 5 second delay or you lose TTL and must go full manual. That's the reason this is 4 stars instead of 5 stars.
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