Moose Peterson’s Air Remote TTL-N Review: “The TTL Is a Miracle!”

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Moose Peterson is a dedicated photographer and educator who has spent years photographing endangered wildlife. Lately, however, Moose’s eyes have turned to aviation photography. For this shoot of the FM-2P Wildcat, Moose used his flash to bring life to the ambient light. Being a Nikon ambassador, Moose brought a Profoto B1 Off-Camera Flash and the recently released Air Remote TTL-N for Nikon to the shoot. Here is what he has to say about his new tools. 

“I’d come up with this portrait idea a month prior to the shoot knowing I’d have the new Air Remote TTL-N remote unit for my favorite flash, the Profoto B1. The i-TTL system for the Profoto so fits my style of photography because I’m using the flash to bring life to the ambient light. The flash is the main light lighting the subject and the ambient being the fill light, setting the stage for the subject.

“The beauty of the Air Remote TTL-N from Profoto is the multi level of control you have over the light while using the computer in the camera!” Moose continues. “There are three channels so you can effectively change the output of lights on those three channels wirelessly and via TTL exposure control. At the same time, you can fine tune the output of each flash via its power control. It makes the power and simplicity of the Profoto B1 such a powerful creative lighting tool!”

Head over to Moose’s blog for the full story plus a behind-the-scenes video and a few more stunning shots of pilots and planes.

Mike Hagen’s B1 & Air Remote TTL-N Review: “This is exciting news for Nikon shooters.”

Written by Fredrik Franzén on . Posted in Review

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On September 15, we will release Air Remote TTL-N, a clever little device that allows Nikon shooters to do TTL with the B1 off-camera flash. But the first Air Remote TTL-N review has already seen the light of day. It’s Mike Hagen of Nikonian fame who has tested it. And he is pretty impressed.

As the CEO of Visual Adventures and the Managing Director of the Nikonians Academy, Mike Hagen is a well-known name amongst Nikon shooters.

Mike also reviews gear that is of interest to Nikon shooters. Latest in line is an Air Remote TTL-N review which also includes a review of the recently released B1 Location Kit.

Mike starts off by announcing that “this is exciting news for Nikon shooters.” He then brings the remote and the kit to an on-location shoot for a test drive. Finally, he rounds off his review stating:

“Profoto has created a high quality, powerful and easy to use location lighting system that I’d take anywhere. The B1 AirTTL flashes were truly a joy to use and I highly recommend them for any pro shooter who wants the best.”

Head over to Visual Adventures’ website for the full review.

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BJP’s Profoto B1 500 Review: “A Compelling Package”

Written by Fredrik Franzén on . Posted in Review

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The British Journal of Photography (BJP) was first published in 1854. That makes the magazine 160 years old. One-hundred-and-sixty. How cool is that?

Almost as cool is the fact that BJP’s most recent review is a thorough examination of the Profoto B1 off-camera flash – or the B1 Location Kit, to be precise.

The review, done and written by photographer Martin Evening, is, in the magazine’s fashion, detailed and sober. But also positive.

The review’s final verdict of the kit is:

“At €2950, the Profoto B1 Off-Camera Flash kit isn’t cheap, and you still need to factor in the cost of the Air Remote TTL unit plus stands and lighting accessories. But for the sheer convenience and automated control you get working with the Profoto B1 lights, it’s a compelling package.

Read the full review here.

Pro Photo’s Profoto B1 Review: “Don’t Do Anything Until You’ve Had A Good Look at The B1.”

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Australian photography magazine Pro Photo just published a Profoto B1 review that put a smile to our faces.  

“The world’s first flash monobloc with wireless TTL exposure control adds a new level of convenience to shooting on location,” writes Pro Photo’s Paul Burrows.

His final verdict is: “If you’re thinking about buying any sort of lighting in the near future, don’t do anything until you’ve had a good look at the B1… more likely than not, it’s going to be what you’re really looking for.”

The full review is available here.

Pro Photo was also kind enough to offer a full pdf, straight from the magazine, with plenty of images. The pdf can be downloaded here, if you prefer that way of reading the review.

Breed’s & Bogdan Morozovskiy’s Profoto B1 Video Review: “The Profoto B1 is a must have.”

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Breed is a website dedicated to providing up-and-coming fashion photographers with the right tools and knowledge to make it to the top. This includes doing reviews of the latest and greatest gear to hit the market. Their lastest review? A Profoto B1 video review.

Breed’s Profoto B1 video review is best described as a conversation between two photographers who have both tried and tested the B1 in the field.

“I’m not a gear junkie,” writes Breed writer Dana Pennington. “But when Profoto announced the B1, I knew it was going to be a game changer. It is.”

“Definitely something in a completely new league of lighting,” adds his friend and photographer Bogdan Morozovskiy, who did a field of the B1 in the desert east of Los Angeles.

Click here to watch the full review at the Breed website.