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Profoto Connect and Air Remote TTL Now available for Panasonic

Luke Gardner - 5 months ago

Profoto and Panasonic today announce their collaboration to offer optimized compatibility between Profoto flashes and Panasonic cameras.

Profoto’s vision is to enable image creators to create great light in every image, and Profoto AirTTL makes light shaping much easier. It unlocks new creative possibilities and helps you go from idea to final image much faster.


“Together with Panasonic, we are proud to announce that the Profoto Connect and Air Remote TTL are now compatible with Panasonic cameras. This collaboration makes it possible for a whole new group of photographers to improve and explore their creative abilities,”

Anders Moore Lundell, Product manager at Profoto.

Profoto Connect-O/P and Air Remote TTL-O/P are small, wireless radio transmitters that can be attached to the Panasonic camera’s hot shoe. The remotes offer full TTL and HSS capability with Profoto’s AirTTL flashes, making your workflow easier. By updating the firmware of any of the former Olympus versions, the products will now be compatible with both Olympus and Panasonic cameras. For a full list of compatible cameras, see Profoto.com.

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Luke Gardner

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Luke lives and breaths photography. With experience working freelance, in retail and also teaching photography; Luke has been exposed to a broad spectrum of knowledgeable people and has a real hunger to explore what others are up to in this incredibly creative world. Starting from the age of 12 his fascination with photography as done nothing but fuel his ambition to create and explore all areas in the photographic world. Luke’s role at PhotoBite ranges from feature writing to testing equipment, with his natural teaching skills seeing him take his place as in-house presenter for camera hardware and accessories on the PhotoBite YouTube channel.