The FlexTT6 for Canon is the latest of PocketWizard’s flagship TTL radios. With new under-the-hood technology, the FlexTT6 is compatible with the 5D Mark IV, 6D Mark II, 1D X Mark II, 80D, 77D and T7i, along with Canon’s 600 EX II-RT and 430 EX III-RT flashes.
The FlexTT6 transmits to ANY PocketWizard receiving radio including the FlexTT5 and has all the great features photographers have come to rely on with our other TTL products: HSS, Patented HyperSync and Interference Free Reliability.
The Raven can work with the remote FlexTT6 for TTL or manual flashes, plus many advanced features like HyperSync.
The FlexTT6 is an autosensing transceiver. That means you can use it on your camera as a transmitter or connected to your flash as a receiver – or both! It can give you TTL communication between your compatible Canon camera and flashes, as well as trigger other flashes manually. It uses radio signals instead of infrared so you can now place TTL or manual flashes anywhere to illuminate the scene: Around corners, out-of-sight, and in bright sunlight.
We’re also excited to let you know about a new product! The Raven is from our partner company, FusionTLC, and was designed specifically to work with PocketWizards. Use a Raven on your camera, with FlexTT6s connected to your remote flashes, to take your photography to the next level. Combine your Canon speedlites with Profoto or Godox strobes as well as products from Paul C Buff and expand your creativity in new ways!
You can use a Raven or another FlexTT6 with an AC3 ZoneController on your camera to adjust power to the remotes from your camera’s position. With FlexTT6s connected to your Canon speedlites, you can sync your remote flashes up to 1/8000 using High Speed Sync (HSS), in either TTL or manual. The FlexTT6s can also sync at faster speeds with studio strobes using our patented HyperSync technology and are also compatible with any PocketWizard radio for triggering remote manual flashes or remote cameras.
The FlexTT6 radios can use either our Legacy or E Release firmware protocol. Learn more about it here and be sure to check compatibility with your equipment.