Video 1 of 4 – How-to: Shooting with PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon

Mark Wallace shines light on using the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon in this video, the first of four in a new series.

This free video, almost ten minutes long, has Wallace demonstrating how to set a Nikon camera for optimal results with the new off-camera flash triggering system by PocketWizard. Settings on the PocketWizard gear are covered, as are speedlight settings.

How To: Shooting with PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon from PocketWizard on Vimeo.

Wallace photographs a model indoors and out. He also covers how to update PocketWizard firmware, an important step to using your new MiniTT1 and FlexTT5. Known in the photo industry for making things clear so photographers can get down to business, this video proves no exception.

See more on the PocketWizard site.

To learn more about Wallace and to see a sampling of his photography, visit his site.

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5 Responses to “Video 1 of 4 – How-to: Shooting with PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Nikon”

  1. Terrence Bibb says:

    Can someone please find a fix for the nikon bit depth issue while using the mini and flex system? The system will not work if using in 14 bit. I have a nikon d300s and if it’s placed in 12 bit it works as advertised. I shouldn’t have to create a workaround.

    • admin says:

      The PW v2.123 Beta Firmware has a fix for this. You can download that today or wait for the General Release that should be available in about two weeks.

  2. Rob Henry says:

    Was matrix metering used outdoors and spot/center weight meteing used indoors? Always confused how to properly TTL expose a subject when manually exposing the scene and leaving TTL to expose the subject. Would love to see more on this topic.

    • admin says:

      To my knowledge, Mark was using full Matrix when shooting with the camera’s auto-exposure modes. Our plan for these videos was to show our customers how to set up and use the new PocketWizard equipment with Nikon cameras. We suggest checking around the Web. There are many knowledgeable Nikon photographer-educators offering hands-on and website training of Nikon flash equipment. Nikon also publishes excellent materials that can be found on their Web site.

  3. thank you nice sharing has been very useful