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  • PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver
  • PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver
  • PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver

PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver

The Plus III trigger has 32 selectable channels (16 standard, and 16 for quad-zone operation) to ensure no interference with other photographers operating in the same area. Four separate zones can be independently selected to allow single or groups of flashes or cameras to be turned on or off. Using the EC-approved 433MHz wavelegth up to a range of 500m, the Plus III operates as a transmitter or receiver, and automatically detects in which mode it needs to operate (e.g. when attached to a camera hot shoe it sets to transmitter). It can trigger a flash and a camera simultaneously: the camera triggering is two stage, a half press of the Plus III button wakes up the camera to meter and focus; press all the way to fire the shutter. Release and the camera will return to sleep mode – a real battery saver. The durable, sleek design includes an internal antenna to reduce bulk, rubberised buttons, and a backlit display which shows battery status, selected zones and channel and operation mode.
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  • Operates as a transmitter or receiver, and automatically detects the mode.
  • Can trigger a flash and camera simultaneously.
  • Uses 433MHz wavelength with a range of up to 500m. In difficult conditions this can be nearly doubled using Long Range Mode, or by using another Plus III as an intermediate repeater. Maximum sync speed may be reduced in these instances.
  • Sync speed up to 1/250th sec focal plane shutter; 1/500th for leaf shutters. Triggering frequency is 12fps, which can be increased to 14.5fps.
  • Non hotshoe connection is via 3.5mm minijack, and the unit is supplied with 3.5mm-3.5mm, 3.5mm-1/4”, and 3.5mm- locking PC cables.
  • Powered by 2 x AA batteries. For long-term use a compatible AC adaptor can be plugged into the mini USB socket, which is also used to enable firmware upgrades.