With the release of Air Remote TTL-N, the Profoto B1 becomes the world’s first off-camera flash to do TTL with both Nikon and Canon cameras. Nikon shooters attach the Air Remote TTL-N to their camera’s hotshoe, Canon shooters the Air Remote TTL-C.
So regardless if you’re shooting with Nikon or Canon, you can do it with TTL, without any cords and with plenty of power, speed and light shaping option.
To celebrate the release, we gave B1 off-camera flashes, an Air Remote TTL-N and some Light Shaping Tools to wedding photographer Brian Marcus and asked him to take them for a spin on the streets of New York City.
How did they perform? Click play and see for yourself.
- Frequency band
- No of sync channels
- No of remote control groups per channel
- Antenna type
- Operating range
Normal sync and remote control up to 300 m (1000 ft). TTL and HSS up to 100 m (330 ft).
- Supported Air features
Sync/Trigger: Triggers Air Remote, Air Sync transceivers plus all Profoto flashes with AirS, Air or AirTTL support. TTL control: TTL group control for all Profoto flashes with AirTTL support. Remote control: Remote/group control for all Profoto flashes with Air or AirTTL support.
- Firmware upgrade
- Sync in
Nikon hot shoe
- Power source
2 x AAA batteries
- Typical battery runtime
Up to 30 hrs