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    Thumbs up Profoto supports Olympus

    Good evening Folks,

    I received an email from Profoto today and they'll be offering an Air Remote that supports Olympus' flash system. I'm not invested in their equipment, but perhaps their endorsement will prompt more support.

    Take care,
    Jesse

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    Anything that is easier to use than Oly's IO.Share is most welcome.
    E-M1, 12-40mm PRO, 60mm macro, MMF-3
    E-450, 50-200mm SWD, 25mm f2.8, EC-14
    FL-50R

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    Default Re: Profoto supports Olympus

    Quote Originally Posted by cifcap View Post
    Good evening Folks,

    I received an email from Profoto today and they'll be offering an Air Remote that supports Olympus' flash system. I'm not invested in their equipment, but perhaps their endorsement will prompt more support.

    Take care,
    Note, Olympus only updated firmware for the E-M1 mark II, the E-M5 mark II, and the Pen-F for the Profoto. If you have earlier Olympus cameras or Panasonic cameras, you will not be able to use the TTL mode of the profoto lights. According to the profoto site, you can still use the lights in non TTL mode.

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