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Product Highlights

  • Off-Camera TTL Control for Profoto AirTTL Flashes
  • Remote Control for Profoto Air Flashes
  • Fast & Reliable Flash Sync
  • A Wireless System
  • Radio Slave
  • Transmitter
Profoto Air Remote TTL-C: Picture 1 regular $403.00

About Profoto Air Remote TTL-C

The key to wireless triggering and TTL remote control is Profoto's Air Remote TTL-C transmitter, available for Canon cameras. Operating on 2.4GHz bandwidth, the transmitter, really a controller, has 8 frequency channels and with 3 groups per channel and a range of up to 330' for TTL triggering and 1,000' for normal triggering.

Each channel has power ratio capability of +/- 2 stops. If you prefer to use manual you have +/- 9 stops power variation. You've also got modeling light, unit shut-down and first or rear curtain control. Both the TTL-C and the B1 500 Air TTL have mini-USB connectors for firmware updates directly from Profoto's website. The Air Remote TTL-C will also trigger non-TTL Air heads and packs from Canon cameras but without the TTL feature.

Profoto Air Remote TTL-C Features

  • Off-Camera TTL Control for Profoto AirTTL Flashes: Place the Air Remote TTL-C on your camera hot shoe to merge your camera's TTL with your Profoto AirTTL flash. Then point-and-shoot and let the camera/flash technology automatically adjust the light output. It could not be easier
  • Remote Control for Profoto Air Flashes: With the Air Remote TTL-C you can remote control multiple Profoto Air flashes directly from your camera. You can control an endless number of lights in up to 3 groups from up to 330' in TTL and 1,000 ft in manual mode
  • Fast and Reliable Flash Sync: Air is one of the most reliable wireless systems available to sync your flashes with your camera. It is also fast enough to provide flash sync with to the fastest X-sync speed of your camera. If you are using Profoto Air flashes no external receiver is required
  • A Wireless System with a Wide Range of Options: Air Remote TTL-C is an integrated part of a wide range of Air products comprised of camera transceivers, accessory cables and software, all designed to offer a better wireless solution for professional photographers

Profoto Air Remote TTL-C Specifications

Frequency Band
2.4 GHz
3: A, B, C
Up to 1,000' (300 m) for normal triggering
Up to 330' (100 m) for TTL
Foot for Canon hot shoe
Mini-USB for firmware updates
2x AAA batteries
Battery Life
Up to 30 hours
Indicators and Controls
LCD screen display:
Group, channel, sync, TTL/Manual, power levels, remaining remote battery power
Unit On/Off, channel selection, + power, - power, modeling light, TTL/Manual mode, head selection, first or rear curtain sync, A group, B group, C group, test
3.0 x 2.3 x 1.6" (76.2 x 58.42 x 40.64mm)
3.2 oz (90.71 g)
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This product couldn't have been any easier to use right out of the box. All I did was turn it on and I quickly synced all 5 of my profoto lights. This has made my job adjusting my lights 100 times better


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Ron L  Will this system work with Nikon cameras?
MICHAEL H  No. That will be the TTL-N, available Q1 2014 according to the FAQ on the B1.
Gelston D  will I get TTL function using a Canon 1dX?
MICHAEL H  Short answer : Yes, but it will overexpose. The 1Dx is not 100% supported but the firmware is upgradable and Profoto is "working on it". Source : Profoto FAQ and Supported Canon Models document profoto[dot[com/common/pdf/int/AirTTL-C%20FW%20Release%20notes_LR2.pdf
Ron L  Will this system work with Nikon cameras?
MICHAEL H  No. That will be the TTL-N, available Q1 2014 according to the FAQ on the B1.
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