This item is an accessory. It must be rented with a non-accessory item.
The Profoto Air Remote TTL-N Transmitter for Nikon is a proprietary trigger designed for strobes that support the Profoto Air System. Key features include:
Full i-TTL control from compatible Nikon cameras
Eight frequency channels for radio triggering
High-Speed Sync Mode for faster shutter speeds
Digital light-setup readout; physical buttons
Profoto Air System. The Air Remote uses this radio-frequency system, which is built into lights like the Profoto B1, Profoto B1X 500 AirTTL 1-Light To-Go Kit, B2 250 Air TTL To-Go Kit, B2 250 Air TTL Location Kit, and the D2 500Ws AirTTL Monolight.
Full TTL Control. This remote gives you fully automated control of compatible Profoto strobes with i-TTLcompatible Nikon cameras.
Radio Triggering. You get eight frequency channels to choose from, with three groups per channel. It offers a range of up to 330 feet when triggering via TTL, but normal manual triggering extends that range to 1,000 feet. Each channel has a power ratio adjustment of +/- 2 stops; however, if you’re manually adjusting output, you get a full +/- 9 stops of power variation.
High-Speed Sync Mode. This remote’s High-Speed Sync (HSS) Mode lets you shoot at shutter speeds as fast as 1/8,000 of a second, and helps you to control ambient light and freeze action. You can enable HSS Mode with the press of a button.
Build. The Air Remote slides into and is triggered by your Nikon camera’s hot shoe. There’s a digital readout of your light setup, and a variety of physical buttons for making adjustments. It’s powered by two AAA batteries, which aren’t included with this rental.
Can I use lithium batteries in this remote?
We only recommend using alkaline batteries with this remote, as lithium batteries won’t fully power it.
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