MiniTT1 and FlexTT5
The Canon-specific MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 radios work within the Canon E-TTL II system.
The Nikon-specific MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 radios work within the Nikon i-TTL / CLS system.
All references to TTL are exclusively for the electronic or intelligent TTL systems specific to Canon (E-TTL II) and Nikon (i-TTL / CLS) and not film TTL.
The terms Speedlite or Speedlight are used interchangeably throughout this wiki.
This wiki contains the latest information about the operation of your radios. If you would like to download a PDF of this information, click here and follow the instructions.
To quickly begin using your radio, you might be interested in the Quick Guides or other documentation at PocketWizard.com.
For more detailed information, use the links below to hone in on the specific feature you are looking for. The links are the section headings. For example, the words Getting Started below will take you straight to that section.
Information you should know before using your radios. Also referred to as "READ ME FIRST" information.
Learn more about the key features of your MiniTT1 and FlexTT5. Additional information on features can also be found at PocketWizard.com
Information about operating the radios safely can be found here.
Find out exactly what cameras and flashes work with the Nikon-Specific ControlTL radios, and what specific operational considerations are required for your gear.
Find out exactly what cameras and flashes work with the Canon-specific ControlTL radios, and what specific operational considerations are required for your gear.
Battery types, polarity, and life expectancy information.
Connect your radios to your computer via USB and control many aspects of them via the PocketWizard Utility.
Simple TTL operation instructions. Use all of your Speedlites as one zone of light with the camera making the exposure decision.
Advanced i-TTL operation instructions. Control individual zones of light. Control your remote Speedlights manually from the camera position.
Trigger any remote flash simply.
Trigger a compatible remote studio flash and control its power level directly from the camera position.
Learn more about increasing your X-Sync speed using HyperSync. See Understanding HyperSync and High Speed Sync.
High Speed Sync / Auto FP
Use your Speedlites with your camera's fastest shutter speeds. See Understanding HyperSync and High Speed Sync.
Channels allow you to work collaboratively with other photographers, or to work with your radios exclusively.
Learn Mode is not required for normal operation of your radios, but if you are working away from the PocketWizard Utility and in conflict with another photographer on your channel, Learn Mode allows you to change channels in the field.
In addition to triggering remote flash, your PocketWizard radios can trigger a remote camera's motor drive port. Relay Mode is covered in this section.
Sometimes you just need the settings in your radio to be like they were when you first took them out of the box.
This section covers the various colors and blink patterns used by the Status LED.
Radios perform best when mounted properly.
Optimize range using these techniques.
Details on radio specifics are found here.
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