FREEWAVE AVIATOR
FREEWAVE
AVIATOR
TTL FLASH REMOTE SYSTEM
USER MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the Vello FreeWave
Aviator System. The FreeWave Aviator
is a professional solution for wirelessly
controlling off-camera TTL-capable
flashes while retaining full TTL capability.
The FreeWave Aviator System is an ideal
tool for photographers on every level.
The Aviator gives you the ability to fine
tune your lighting and help you match
your final shot to your creative vision.
The Vello FreeWave Aviator allows for
an impressive range of wireless control.
Supporting up to 16 channels, flashes can
be arranged in three groups, which can
each be set to TTL or Manual mode. The
TTL EV compensation, manual power,
and zoom levels for each group can be
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changed separately, and groups can also be
controlled with ratio-based adjustments.
This allows the flexibility to be creative
with different lighting treatments and
effects. You can instantly raise and lower
power levels on select lights, or use the
zoom control to change the tone and shape
of the lighting for exciting new looks.
With its multiple groups feature, you can
easily configure up to three different light
groups, which can be triggered individually
or simultaneously, for a total of seven
different combinations. (Simultaneous
triggering of multiple flash groups requires
additional FreeWave Aviator Receivers
or Transceivers, available separately.)
The FreeWave Aviator does not require
line-of-sight positioning, since its radio
waves pass through and around objects,
such as walls, windows, and floors. It also
functions in all lighting conditions including
bright daylight or direct sunshine.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Contents������������������������������������������������������������� 4
Using Studio Flashes with a Receiver or
Transceiver������������������������������������������������������� 14
Key Features������������������������������������������������������� 5
About TTL�������������������������������������������������������� 15
Changing a Flash Group's Power Mode����� 24
Using High Speed Sync/Second Curtain Sync
Modes���������������������������������������������������������������� 25
Precautions��������������������������������������������������������� 6
Setting Channels��������������������������������������������� 16
Overview������������������������������������������������������������ 8
Setting Auto-Focus Assist
(Nikon Only)���������������������������������������������������� 27
Before You Begin��������������������������������������������� 10
Adjusting Master/Slave Mode
on the Transceiver������������������������������������������ 17
Compatible Devices��������������������������������������� 10
Setting Flash Groups�������������������������������������� 18
Mounting/Turning on the Transceiver�������� 11
Adjusting a Flash Group’s
TTL Power (EV)���������������������������������������������� 20
Specifications��������������������������������������������������� 30
Adjusting a Flash Group’s Zoom����������������� 21
Troubleshooting���������������������������������������������� 31
Using TTL Ratio Adjustment Modes���������� 22
FCC Compliance�������������������������������������������� 31
Additional Features���������������������������������������� 28
Resetting the Transceiver to Factory
Default Settings����������������������������������������������� 29
Mounting the Receiver���������������������������������� 12
Mounting a Hot-Shoe Flash to a
Receiver/Transceiver�������������������������������������� 13
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CONTENTS
Transceiver
• Transceiver
Receiver
• Receiver
• Lanyard
• Lanyard
• 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm cable
• 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm cable
• 3.5 mm to 1/4˝ mono-plug cable
• 3.5 mm to 1/4˝ Mono-plug cable
• Hot-shoe protector
• Hot-shoe protector
• 2 × AA batteries
• Adhesive backed accessory shoe
• User manual
• Hot-shoe locknut
• 2 × AA batteries
• User manual
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Transceiver Kit
Receiver Kit
KEY FEATURES
Wireless TTL (Through-the-Lens):
makes full use of your flashes’
built-in TTL technology
TTL or Manual Mode: remotely
sets your flash to TTL or Manual
mode and can adjust power levels
Additional Lighting Options:
can trigger Studio Lights together
with your hot-shoe flashes
16 Channels (2.4 GHz Radio):
allow the setting of different
channels to avoid interference
TTL Exposure Compensation: enables
fine tuning of TTL exposure by +/− 3 EV
Backlit Digital Display: allows easy
viewing and changing of settings in all
lighting conditions on the Transceiver
Three Flash Groups:
enable configuration of different flash
groups with individual settings
Master/Slave Function: enables the
Transceiver to be used as either
a Master (Transmitter) on your
camera or as a Slave (Receiver)
with a flash attached
High Speed Sync:
allows flash synchronization
up to 1⁄8000 of a second
Threaded PC-Sync Port:
can be used for a more secure
connection with a Receiver
Regular or Second Curtain Sync:
allows you to create special
effects and “after blur” images
TTL Hot Shoe: allows you to use a
TTL flash on-camera (pass through)
Flash Zoom Control: remotely sets
the zoom on all compatible flashes
Battery Indicator: displays battery
life on the Transceiver
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PRECAUTIONS
• Please read full manual before using
device.
• Do not use in the presence of flammable
gases. Failure to observe this precaution
could result in fire or explosion.
• Do not disassemble or modify. Failure to
observe this precaution could result in
electric shock or product malfunction.
Should the product break open due to
accidental damage, remove the batteries
and send it to an authorized repair
center.
• Keep out of the reach of children. This
product contains small parts that may
pose a choking hazard. Should a child
swallow any part of this product, consult
a physician immediately.
• Keep dry. Do not handle with wet
hands, immerse in water, or expose to
rain or snow. Failure to observe this
precaution could result in fire or cause
electric shock.
• Turn off immediately should a
malfunction occur. Should smoke or any
unusual smell come from this product,
shut it off and remove the batteries
immediately. Send it to an authorized
repair facility for service. Continued use
may result in damage or physical injury.
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• Do not expose to high temperature.
Do not leave product in a closed vehicle
in the sun or other area subject to
extremely high temperature. Failure to
observe this precaution could result
in fire or damage to casing or internal
parts.
• Observe precautions when handling
batteries. Batteries may leak or explode
if improperly handled. Please observe
the following precautions when using
batteries with this product.
• Use only batteries listed in this manual.
Do not mix new and old batteries or
different brands or types of batteries.
• Read and follow all warnings and
instructions provided by the battery
manufacturer.
• Do not attempt to short-circuit or
disassemble batteries.
• Do not put batteries in a fire, or apply
direct heat to them.
• Do not attempt to install batteries in
the reverse direction.
• Batteries may leak when fully discharged.
To avoid damage to the product, be sure
to remove the batteries if the product
will not be used for an extended period
of time or if the battery power is low.
• Should fluid from damaged batteries
come into contact with skin or clothing,
rinse immediately with fresh water.
• Pictures are for illustration only.
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OVERVIEW
Transceiver
1. LCD Display Screen
Front
Right
1
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2. Group Settings Buttons (A,B, and C)
3. LED Indicator
9
2
13
4. Test Button
5. Menu Button
8
3
6. Option Button
7. Flash Sync Mode Button
8. Select Button
4
7
5
6
Back
Left
9. + and − Buttons
10.TTL-Dedicated Hot Shoe
11.Battery Compartment
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11
15
12.Locking Wheel
13.Power Switch
14.3.5 mm Sync Output Port
15.USB Port
8
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Receiver
Top
1. LED Indicator
1
2. Test Button
2
3. TTL-Dedicated Hot Shoe
Left
6
4. Battery Compartment
5. 1/4˝-20 Lightstand Socket
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6. Channel Switch
7. Power Switch
8. Threaded PC Sync Output Port
3
Bottom
8
Right
9. Group Switch
10.USB Port
11.3.5 mm Sync Output Port
4
9
12.Lanyard Mount
Front
5
10
11
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Installing the Batteries
The Aviator Transceiver and Receiver units
each require two AA batteries to operate.
To install, open the battery compartment
door and insert the batteries as
indicated by the polarity icons in
the compartment. Once installed,
close the compartment door.
COMPATIBLE DEVICES
The Vello FreeWave Aviator is available
in models for both Nikon i-TTL and
Canon E-TTL cameras. The Nikon and
Canon models are each compatible
with the respective company’s TTL
(Through-The-Lens) technology.
To make full use of the Aviator system,
we recommend using TTL-capable hotshoe flashes that are fully compatible
with your camera’s TTL system.
FreeWave Aviator Transceivers and
Receivers do not provide high-voltage
sync protection, and they are not
recommended for use with flash units that
have a trigger voltage of more than 6V.
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MOUNTING/TURNING ON THE TRANSCEIVER
1. With your camera and Transceiver Off,
loosen the Transceiver’s locking ring.
Note: make sure that your Master
Transceiver and all Receiver units and Slaves
are set to the same Channel before use.
2. Insert the Transceiver’s hot shoe on
your camera's hot-shoe mount with the
LCD panel facing the rear of the camera.
3. Tighten the Transceiver's locking ring.
4. Turn on the Camera and then slide the
Transceiver's Power Switch to On.
5. Slide to Off position to turn the
Transceiver off.
Note: the Aviator Transceiver can also be mounted on any hot-shoe or cold-shoe compatible stand.
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MOUNTING THE RECEIVER
1. With your Receiver and flash Off, mount
the Receiver to your 1/4˝-20 light stand
or accessory stand. Take care not to
overtighten the Receiver.
2. Slide the Group Switch to A, B, or C to
select the desired Group. (The Group
D setting on the Receiver is for factory
calibration only and is not available
for use.)
3. Slide the Channel Switch to 1, 2,
3, or Auto. (“Auto” is equal to the
Transceiver's Channel “4”.)
Note: make sure that all your FreeWave Aviator units are set to the same channel before use.
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MOUNTING A HOT-SHOE FLASH TO A RECEIVER/TRANSCEIVER
1. Make sure the flash and Receiver or
Transceiver are turned Off.
2. Switch the flash’s locking switch to the
unlocked position.
3. Insert the flash’s hot-shoe foot into
the Receiver or Transceiver’s hot-shoe
mount.
5. Turn on the flash.
6. Your flash must be in TTL mode in order
to function properly in all modes with
the FreeWave Aviator. (See your flash’s
manual for assistance.)
7. Turn on your Aviator Receiver or
Transceiver by moving the switch to the
On position.
4. Switch the flash’s locking switch to the
locked position.
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USING STUDIO FLASHES WITH A RECEIVER OR TRANSCEIVER
For more complex lighting needs, the
FreeWave Aviator can also trigger studio
flashes independently or alongside hot-shoe
flashes. (Note that TTL compatibility is
only available for TTL-capable flashes.)
Both the Aviator Receiver and Transceiver
have 3.5 mm Sync Ports, and the Receiver
also has a PC Sync Port which allows you to
connect a sync cable to your studio flashes.
Note: the PC Sync Port will also
accept a PC locking cable.
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Connecting with a 3.5 mm Cable
1. Plug the 3.5 mm cable into the Receiver
or Transceiver’s Sync Port.
2. Plug the other end of the cable into the
studio flash's 3.5 mm jack.
3. If your studio flash has a 1/4˝ monoplug
jack, you will need to use the included
3.5 mm to 1/4˝ monoplug cable.
Connecting with a PC Sync Cable
1. Using a PC Sync to 3.5 mm cable (not
included), plug the PC Sync end into the
Receiver's PC Sync port.
2. Plug the 3.5 mm end of the cable into
the studio flash's 3.5 mm jack.
3. If your studio flash has a 1/4˝ monoplug
jack, you will need to use a PC Sync to
1/4˝ monoplug cable (not included).
ABOUT TTL
The FreeWave Aviator automatically
sets the appropriate flash level using
your camera’s through-the-lens (TTL)
metering system data, calculating the
correct power for all communicating
TTL compatible flashes.
Main TTL Adjustment Screen
The startup or default screen for the
Aviator Transceiver is called the TTL
Screen. Many of the instructions start
out from the TTL Screen, so it will be
helpful to remember how to return to it.
Note: see page 29 for resetting the
Transceiver to factory default settings.
To return to the TTL Screen while in
Master mode (see page 17), simply
press the Option button once or
twice until the screen appears. (If the
device is in Slave mode, you will first
have to return to Master mode.)
Once set, the Aviator Transceiver
retains all changes made to its settings,
even after the device is turned off.
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SETTING CHANNELS
Setting an Aviator
Transceiver’s Channel
To set the desired Channel,
do the following:
Setting an Aviator Receiver’s Channel
While the Receiver is Off, slide the Channel
switch to the desired Channel (1, 2, 3
or Auto). Then turn the Receiver on.
1. From the TTL Screen or the Slave Mode
screen, press Menu to enter Channel
Select.
Note: “Auto” is equal to the
Transceiver's Channel “4”
2. Use the + and − buttons to select the
desired channel from 1-16 (channels
5-16 are only available when using two
Aviator Transceiver units).
3. Press Select to apply the setting.
Channel
Note: all devices must be set to the same channel for the system to function properly.
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ADJUSTING MASTER/SLAVE MODE ON THE TRANSCEIVER
Using the FreeWave Aviator System
requires at least two units: one Transceiver
set to Master mode and either a Receiver
or a second Transceiver set to Slave mode.
The Transceiver you are using to control
your lighting must be set to Master mode.
1. From the TTL Screen, press Menu
twice. The device’s current mode will
start blinking.
To set a Transceiver to either Master
or Slave mode, do the following:
3. Press Select when the desired mode is
displayed to apply the setting.
2. Toggle between Master and Slave mode
using the + and − buttons.
Master
Mode
Note: when using a flash in the hot shoe atop
a Transceiver set to Master mode, the flash
will operate as a 4th TTL Group in “fully”
automatic mode. Adjustments are limited
to “fully” TTL (i.e. TTL EV Adjustments are
not available) or Manual power settings.
Note: when a Transceiver is set to Slave mode, the Flash/Test button will not function.
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SETTING FLASH GROUPS
Setting Flash Groups on the
Aviator Transceiver in Master Mode
The Aviator Transceiver allows individual
control of flash settings for groups A, B and
C. It can also fire all groups simultaneously.
To set the mode of a particular
flash group, do the following:
Setting Flash Groups on the
Aviator Transceiver in Slave Mode
When the Transceiver is in Slave mode, set
the desired group by pressing A, B, or C.
Group
A
1. Press the desired group to toggle
through the modes, ( between TTL,
Manual and OFF)
Flash Group
Mode Setting
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Slave
Mode
Setting the Group on the
Aviator Receiver
Slide the Group switch on the
Aviator Receiver to the desired
Group (either A, B, or C).
To assign multiple Receivers to the same
flash group, simply select the same group
letter for each Receiver in the flash group.
Note: you can combine studio lights
and speedlights within the same flash
group. (Be aware of the independent
recycling time of each flash to ensure
all flash units are ready to fire).
Note: the Group D setting is reserved for
factory calibration and is not available for use.
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ADJUSTING A FLASH GROUP’S TTL POWER (EV)
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
1. From the TTL Screen, press Select. The
screen will start flashing.
Note: /Test fires a test flash on all
connected hot-shoe lights and studio lights.
It is advisable to always test fire your flashes
after making changes to confirm your settings.
2. Press A, B, or C to select the desired
flash group. The selected group will
start flashing.
3. Use the + and − buttons to set the EV
(exposure) in TTL mode.
4. Press Select twice when done to apply
the settings.
5. Press /Test to confirm settings.
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TTL EV
Setting
ADJUSTING A FLASH GROUP’S ZOOM
The FreeWave Aviator has the ability
to refine your flash output by adjusting
a flash group's zoom. This function
controls the concentration and diffusion
of light emitted by your flash.
4. Press Select when done to apply the
setting.
5. Press /Test to confirm settings.
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
1. From the TTL Screen, press Select
twice to enter Zoom Select.
2. Press A, B, or C to select the desired
Group.
3. Use + and − buttons to set the zoom
level (Auto, 24, 28, 35, 50, 70, 80, or 105
mm) for the selected group (Auto is one
level below 24 mm and appears as “Au”).
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USING TTL RATIO ADJUSTMENT MODES
Ratio Adjustment Mode gives you the
convenience of not having to make
individual adjustments to each flash group.
You can make simple adjustments to the
relationship between Group A and B,
or Groups A, B and C (with Group C
adjusting itself in relation to Group B),
using a FreeWave Aviator Transceiver.
A standard portrait lighting setup uses a
main (or key) light set at 100% power, a fill
light at 50%, and a background light set as
needed. In the device’s Ratio Mode, you
only need to adjust your ratio settings.
The others will self-adjust and maintain
their relative settings automatically.
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For example, in Ratio A:B Mode, when
setting the ratio as 2/1 (or 2:1), Group A
will be twice as powerful as Group B.
In Ratio A:BC Mode, the device allows
adjustments to the power of Group C
in relation to Group B. Adjustments to
Group C are set in EV. Each EV stop higher
or lower will be either twice or half the
power of the previous stop respectively
(setting the EV to −1 would mean that
Group C is 1 stop less powerful – or half
the power of Group B). The EV can be
adjusted in increments of 1/3 of a stop.
For example, in Ratio A:BC mode, if B is
set to be half (−1 stop) of A, and C is set to
an EV of −1 (1 stop less than B), C would
actually be 1/4 (−2 stops) the power of A.
Group C
(Background Light)
Subject
Group B
(Fill Light)
Camera
Typical portrait lighting arrangement
Group A
(Key Light)
Ratio A:B Mode
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
Ratio A:BC Mode
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
1. Set your TTL-compatible hot-shoe flash
to TTL mode.
1. From the TTL Screen, press Option
twice to enter Ratio A:BC Mode.
2. From the TTL Screen, press Option to
enter Ratio A:B Mode.
2. Press Select to access the ratio
adjustment.
3. Press Select to access the ratio
adjustment.
3. Use + and − buttons to adjust the ratio
(up to 7 stops plus or minus).
4. Use + and − buttons to adjust the ratio
(up to 7 stops plus or minus).
4. Press Select to access an EV (exposure
adjustment) to Group C, which will
adjust its power in relation to group B.
5. Press Select when done to apply the
setting.
6. Press Select when done.
7. Press /Test to confirm settings.
Ratio Mode
Indicator
Group A:B
Ratio Setting
Group C
EV Setting
5. Use the + and − buttons to adjust the
EV ratio.
6. Press /Test to confirm settings.
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CHANGING A FLASH GROUP'S POWER MODE
Set a Flash Group to Manual mode
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
1. Set your compatible TTL hot-shoe flash
to TTL mode.
5. Press Select twice when done to apply
the settings.
6. Press /Test to confirm settings.
2. From the Transceiver's TTL Screen,
press the Select button, and the screen
will begin to blink.
Turn a Flash Group Off
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
1. Press the desired group button (A, B, or
C) to toggle through the power modes
until you reach Off.
2. Press /Test to confirm settings.
3. Press the desired group button (A, B,
or C) twice to set that group to manual
mode.
4. Use the + and − buttons to adjust the
manual power setting.
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Manual Flash Mode
Power Setting
Flash Group
set to Off
USING HIGH SPEED SYNC/SECOND CURTAIN SYNC MODES
The Vello FreeWave Aviator supports
Hi-Speed Sync (HSS) up to 1/8000 of
a second on compatible cameras and
TTL flashes. This means that the entire
duration of the shot, including the flash,
can be as short as 1/8000 of a second.
For Nikon
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
1. From the TTL Screen choose a flash
sync mode by pressing the Flash Sync
Mode [ ] button.
• Second Curtain Sync (
The FreeWave Aviator also supports
second-curtain sync mode on
compatible cameras and TTL flashes.
Consult your camera’s user manual to
find out how to activate these modes.
)
Second Curtain
Sync Mode
Note: High Speed Sync is controlled
directly by the camera on Nikon
systems – no settings are needed on the
FreeWave Aviator.
Note: these functions work only with compatible cameras and TTL flashes.
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For Canon
Using a Transceiver in Master mode:
2. From the TTL Screen choose a flash
sync mode by pressing the Flash Sync
Mode [
] button to cycle through
and choose an option.
• Second Curtain Sync (
)
• High-Speed Sync ( )
Note: Canon systems requires setting High
Speed or Second Curtain Sync on the
Transceiver.
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High Speed
Sync Mode
SETTING AUTO-FOCUS ASSIST (NIKON ONLY)
To configure your Nikon flash's Auto-Focus
Assist (AF Assist) from the Transceiver:
1. Make sure your flash's AF Assist is
turned on (see your flash's manual)
2. From the TTL Screen, press the Menu
button three times
AF Assist
Setting
3. Press + or − to turn AF Assist On
or Off
4. Press Select to apply the setting.
Note: for turning off a Nikon Camera's
AF light, see your cameras manual.
Note: for Canon systems, AF illumination is controlled directly by the flash (see your flash’s manual)
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES
TTL Pass-through
When a Transceiver is set to Master
mode and mounted on your camera, a
hot-shoe flash attached to its hot shoe
receives TTL exposure data from the
Master Transceiver unit to ensure that
your photos will be properly exposed. It
functions as a separate unit, independent
of Groups A, B, and C. Adjustments
to that flash are limited to Auto TTL
(meaning that TTL EV adjustments are
not available) or Manual power settings.
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Flash Wake-Up
If your flash has a wake-up function
press the /Test button on the
Transceiver to wake your flash.
If your flash does not have a wake-up
function, you may be able to turn off sleep
mode: Refer to your flash’s manual to
find out if you can turn off sleep mode.
RESETTING THE TRANSCEIVER TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
The FreeWave Aviator Transceiver
remembers the last Group Mode, Channel,
Zoom and Master/Slave settings when
powered off. To reset your Transceiver
to factory default settings, press and
hold the Menu and Option buttons
together for 3 seconds. The LCD display
should show “All Settings Cleared.”
Channel
1
Master/Slave Mode
Master Mode
Flash Group Power Mode
TTL Mode
TTL Mode Power (EV)
0.0 EV for Groups A,B, and C
Manual Mode Power
1/1 for Groups A,B, and C
Flash Zoom
Auto
Ratio A:B Mode
1:1
Ratio A:BC Mode
1:1 and 0.0EV
Flash Sync Mode
First Curtain Sync
AF Assist (Nikon Only)
On
Reset
Message
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SPECIFICATIONS
Transceiver
Receiver
Dimensions (W × H × D)
2.75˝ × 2.63˝ × 1.25˝ (70 × 67 × 32 mm)
1.75˝ × 1.25˝ × 3.19˝ (45 × 32 × 81 mm)
Weight (without battery)
4.8 oz. (136 g)
2.4 oz. (68 g)
Power
2 AA batteries (240 hrs. on standby)
2 AA batteries (400 hrs. on standby)
Output
3.5mm Sync Port , TTL Pass-through Shoe
TTL hot shoe, PC sync port,
3.5 mm sync port
Channels
16 channels
4 channels
Groups
3 groups (A, B and C)
Range
Up to 300´ (100 m)
Sync Speed
Up to 1⁄8000 second
Flash Sync Modes
First Curtain Sync and Second Curtain Sync
EV Compensation
±3 EV
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TROUBLESHOOTING
• Check the contact between the light’s
hot shoe foot and the Receiver’s hot
shoe, and between the camera’s hot
shoe and the Transceiver’s hot-shoe
foot.
• Make sure the hot-shoe light’s locking
switch is set to the lock position.
• Make sure that the Receiver is powered
on and at the correct setting.
• Remove the batteries from the
Transceiver and Receiver, wait a moment
and then replace.
FCC COMPLIANCE
• Change the channel by adjusting the
switch on the Receiver and the setting
on the Transceiver to a different
combination, taking care to ensure that
both the Transceiver and Receiver are
set identically.
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
• Ensure that your TTL compatible flash is
set to TTL mode, even when using the
Transceiver to trigger in manual mode.
2. This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
1. This device may not cause harmful
interference.
• After changing settings on the Aviator
Transceiver, push the /Test button to
confirm new settings.
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ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This VELLO product is warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal consumer use
for a period of one (1) year from the original purchase date or thirty (30) days after replacement, whichever occurs later. The warranty provider’s
responsibility with respect to this limited warranty shall be limited solely to repair or replacement, at the provider’s discretion, of any product
that fails during normal use of this product in its intended manner and in its intended environment. Inoperability of the product or part(s) shall
be determined by the warranty provider. If the product has been discontinued, the warranty provider reserves the right to replace it with a
model of equivalent quality and function.
This warranty does not cover damage or defect caused by misuse, neglect, accident, alteration, abuse, improper installation or maintenance.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, THE WARRANTY PROVIDER MAKES NEITHER ANY EXPRESS WARRANTIES NOR ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. This warranty provides you with specific legal rights, and you may also have additional rights that vary from state to state.
To obtain warranty coverage, contact the Vello Customer Service Department to obtain a return merchandise authorization (“RMA”) number,
and return the defective product to Vello along with the RMA number and proof of purchase. Shipment of the defective product is at the
purchaser’s own risk and expense.
For more information or to arrange service, visit www.vellogear.com or call Customer Service at 212-594-2353.
Product warranty provided by the Gradus Group.
www.gradusgroup.com
VELLO is a registered trademark of the Gradus Group.
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