FCC MiniTT1 Transmitter for Canon

$ 169.00

With its low profile design, you can use the MiniTT1 Transmitter on camera to trigger remote E-TTL speedlites or studio flashes attached to FlexTT5 Transceivers.

Place TTL or manual flashes anywhere to illuminate the scene: Around corners, out-of-sight and in bright sunlight. The MiniTT1 is compatible with any PocketWizard radio for triggering manual flash or remote cameras.

This is an FCC frequency radio which can only ship to an address within the United States.  For anyone outside the US, please visit our Where to Buy page to find your favorite dealer.

Key Features:

Dedicated TTL Triggering

Manual Power Control

HyperSync

High Speed Sync (Auto FP)

USB Upgradeable

See details at the PocketWizard Wiki.

 

 

 

TTL Compatibility

Canon E-TTL II

Frequency:

FCC/IC: 340.00-354.00 MHz  North America 

Channels:

52 Channels over 26 Frequencies (FCC/IC)

Antenna:

Internal

Transmit output power:

Less than 0.001 watt (1/1000 of a watt or 1 milliwatt)

Range Performance:

Up to 10 to 240 meters (30 to 800 feet) for E-TTL triggering.  Up to 10 to 365 meters (30 to 1200 feet) for basic triggering. Range is dependent on multiple factors including equipment, mode, environment, positioning, orientation and interference.

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Mounting:

Hot-shoe only

Maximum Shooting Rate:  Frames per Second (fps)

8 fps for E-TTL II & normal triggering

Power / Channel Switch:

OFF - C.2 - C.1

Status Indicator:

LED, Green, Amber, Red status indications

Voltage Present:

3.3 VDC (all pins) - safe for all cameras

Hot Shoe voltage protection

Hot Shoe: up to 50V

USB:

USB Compliant 2.0, Mini-B Connector

Operating Temperature:

above -15C (5 F) and below 50 C (120 F)

Storage Temperature:
(without battery)

above -30 C (-22 F) and below 85 C (185 F)

Construction:

High impact plastic, captive battery door
Hot shoe made of glass reinforced resin

Power:

3 V Lithium battery, CR2450 (included) or CR2354 Lithium coin cell type

Battery Life:

Hundreds of hours of camera "awake time" depending on shooting habits

Dimensions:

2.8" (7.1 cm) long x 1.9" (4.9 cm) wide x 1.3" (3.3 cm) tall

Weight:

2.3 oz (65 grams), 2.0 oz (57 grams) without battery

Included in the box:

MiniTT1 Transmitter, USB cable, CR2450 battery, Quick Guide

ROHS Compliant

 

The MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Canon are compatible with these modern Canon digital cameras capable of using Canon's latest E-TTL II protocol:

For optimal performance, it is highly recommended to specify your camera model in the Misc Tab of the PocketWizard Utility for your transmitting radio.

Special Note: Canon Speedlite models 580EX and 580EX II, and especially the older 430EX (not the newer 430EX II), emit RF interference that can substantially reduce the effective operating range of many radio slaves, including the FlexTT5 when used as a receiver. For these model flashes, please utilize the mounting suggestions on PocketWizard.com


The MiniTT1/FlexTT5 are E-TTL II compatible with these Canon flashes:

Current Generation

600EX-RT
Supported Modes:
    • Master E-TTL
    • Master Manual
    • Remote E-TTL
    • Remote Manual
Unsupported Modes:
    • Multi (stroboscopic) is not supported.
    • Group mode is not supported.
    • "ALL" selection is not supported, but Ratios are available in supported Master modes.
580EX II
Full feature compatibility.
Range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5. See Long Range Performance.
Not range limited when used on a transmitting radio.
430EX II
Full feature compatibility.
Excellent range performance with this flash.
270EX
Can be used on the MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 (Transmit or Receive) in ETTL mode.
Range slightly limited due to some RF interference from Speedlite only when connected to a remote FlexTT5.
To use this flash on a ControlTL radio mounted on a camera at HSS shutter speeds, you first need to enable HSS mode in the flash. Mount the 270EX directly on a camera (no radio in-between) and enable HSS mode via the camera’s menus. Once that mode is enabled, the flash will work properly at HSS shutter speeds when mounted on a MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 when used as a transmitter. HSS operation is automatic (no need to set it) when used on a FlexTT5 as a receiver.
This flash may have occasional exposure issues when used on a MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 mounted directly on certain cameras like the 5D Mark II, 40D, 20D, and possibly others.
270EX II
Can be used on the MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 (Transmit or Receive) in ETTL mode.
Significantly range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5. See Long Range Performance.
To use this flash on a ControlTL radio mounted on a camera at HSS shutter speeds, you first need to enable HSS mode in the flash. Mount the 270EX directly on a camera (no radio in-between) and enable HSS mode via the camera’s menus. Once that mode is enabled, the flash will work properly at HSS shutter speeds when mounted on a MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 when used as a transmitter. HSS operation is automatic (no need to set it) when used on a FlexTT5 as a receiver.
This flash may have occasional exposure issues when used on a MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 mounted directly on certain cameras like the 5D Mark II, 40D, 20D, and possibly others.
This flash will not do AF assist, as it uses the flash itself to do AF assist on camera, rather than using IR like other flashes. As such, this different mode is not supported.
320EX
Full Feature Compatiblity
Excellent range performance with this flash.
Some RF interference present when LED lamp is on.

Previous Generation

580EX
Full feature compatibility.
Range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5. See Long Range Performance.
Not range limited when used on a transmitting radio.
430EX
Full feature compatibility.
Significantly range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5. See Long Range Performance.
Not range limited when used on a transmitting radio.
550EX
Full feature compatibility.
Excellent range performance with this flash.
420EX
Full feature compatibility.
220EX
Can be used on FlexTT5 as a receiver in E-TTL mode only.
Cannot be used on MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 as a transmitter.
This flash performs better if an OC-E3 cable is used.


BASIC TRIGGER MODE: Almost all cameras and flashes are compatible with the MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 when the radios are configured for Basic Trigger Mode. Basic Trigger Mode disables all flash power control and TTL functions of the radios.

3rd Party Speedlite Compatible Flashes

Metz

58 AF-1 (Metz firmware v5.0)
48 AF-1 (Metz firmware v4.0)


These flashes can only be used if Pre-Flash Boost is disabled on the Flash Tab in the PocketWizard Utility is disabled. Note: Pre-Flash Boost is disabled by default.

These flashes may only be used on a remote FlexTT5 used as a receiver. They are not compatible as on-camera MASTER flashes.

 

Nissin

The Nissin Di622, Di622 Mark II, Di866, and Di866 Mark II for Canon are currently compatible with ControlTL radios (such as the MiniTT1 and FlexTT5) with certain limitations. Please see our Nissin Compatibility page for full details.