SKU: GC49-45.1.PW-MINI-C-CE

PocketWizard MiniTT1-Canon Transmitter (433MHz)

TTL Compatibility

Canon E-TTL II

Frequency:

340.00 - 354.00 MHz US FCC / IC
433.42 - 434.42 MHz CE

Channels:

52 Channels over 26 Frequencies (FCC/IC)
35 Channels over 5 Frequencies (CE)

Antenna:

Internal

Transmit output power:

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

Range Performance:

30 to 800 feet (10 to 240 meters) for E-TTL II triggering depending on flash used, antenna orientation and other variables.

30 to 1200 feet (10 to 365 meters) for basic triggering depending on flash used, antenna orientation and other variables.

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


COMPATIBILITY

The MiniTT1/FlexTT5 are compatible with these Canon cameras:

1D Mark IV **

7D **

Rebel T2i/550D **

1Ds Mark III

5D Mark II

Rebel T1i/500D

1D Mark III

5D

Rebel XS/1000D

1D Mark II N

50D

Rebel XSi/450D

1Ds Mark II

40D

Rebel XTi/400D

1D Mark II

30D *

Rebel XT/350D

20D


* Some banding may occur at HSS shutter speeds with the Canon 30D.
** Currently supported with beta firmware only. See the beta lab for more information.

The MiniTT1/FlexTT5 are E-TTL II compatible with these Canon and Metz flashes: (Other flashes may work in "Basic Trigger Mode" without E-TTL.)

CANON

430EX:

Full feature compatibility

Range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5.

430EX II:

Full feature compatibility

Excellent range performance with this flash

580EX:

Full feature compatibility

Range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5.

580EX II:

Full feature compatibility

Range limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5.

270EX:

Can be used on the MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 (Tx or Rx) in ETTL mode.

Range slightly limited due to RF interference from flash only when connected to a remote FlexTT5.

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

NOTE: This flash performs better if an OC-E3 cable is used.

METZ

48 AF-1:

Can only be used if pre-flash boost is disabled.

58AF-1:

Can only be used if pre-flash boost is disabled.


For full feature compatibility, the latest firmware should be used. Click here to download.


NOTES
on overall system performance:

1. Canon Speedlite models 580EX and 580EX II, and especially the 430EX (not the 430EX II), emit RF interference that can substantially reduce the effective operating range of many radio slaves, including the FlexTT5. For these model flashes, please utilize the mounting suggestions on Page 30 of the original Owner’s Manual to optimize range.

Using Canon’s Off Shoe Cord OC-E3 to separate the flash from the FlexTT5 greatly improves range (4 – 5x). Adding a ferrite choke on the cable near the flash increases range similarly. Placing the FlexTT5 above the flash by 18” or more, and angled as pictured in the manual on page 30, improves reception dramatically. All three of these simple solutions combined provide the best reception.

The Canon 430EX II and 550EX do not emit significant RF interference. These flash models provide the best range performance. The 420EX, 270EX and 220EX are somewhere in-between the “quiet” flashes and the “RF noisy” models and may perform acceptably. All Speedlites can benefit from the suggested techniques as they provide the best opportunity for optimizing your lighting and your radio reception independently.

More detailed solutions found here.


2. HyperSync‚Ñ¢ performance varies by camera. Although all cameras listed will have some HyperSync benefit, some will not achieve 1/400 or 1/500.

3. Normally, a shutter release occurs after first pressing the shutter button halfway to establish focus and exposure. If the camera is in sleep mode and the shutter release is pressed all the way down without first establishing focus and exposure, the first exposure may not be proper.

NOTES on specific cameras:

1. When remote triggering the 30D camera, it must be set to “Auto Power Off – Disable” otherwise once camera sleeps, trigger will not work.

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