PocketWizard Plus III Flash Transceiver

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The PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver is the most reliable, feature-packed, easy-to-use solution for remote flash and camera triggering available.The Plus III Transceiver features an impressive 32 channels. Whether you're a wedding or sports shooter or working in a busy studio, finding a clear channel is never a problem. Selective Quad-Zone Triggering, a feature once reserved for elite photographers, adds four zones enabling photographers to remotely trigger flash and or cameras in groups or individually. For photographers being asked to do more for less, this added flexibility is a huge competitive advantage.


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Product Title: PocketWizard Plus III Flash Transceiver

Manufacturer: PocketWizard

Lowest Price: $134.00 from Adorama

Power Score: 4.8 | 16 Reviews


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Amazing Product

I use this Pocketwizard III along with Pocketwizard II and Pocketwizard Plus. They all work in perfect harmony and very compatible. They never miss a shot. Just simply reliabe products.

By Delio Jacildo on Adorama - Aug 21, 2013

Slicker than a snotty marble!

Does exactly what it's supposed to do, when it's supposed to do it, with no errors or exceptions.

By the strobinator on Adorama - Jul 23, 2013

WOW

I USE the wizard on a tripod out doors to photograph nature. It does what ever I ask it to do. only nearly problem is it takes some time to learn how to use it. To cure that just read the instructions

By Jim on Adorama - Jul 23, 2013

Very good

I own 4 of these

By DC on Adorama - Jul 16, 2013

The Best I have ever worked with

They work every time even as a remote when taped to a helicopter and used from another helicopter. Best of all there easy to use and very fast to work with. Getting light readings in the studios is a snap and on location with several speed lights there wo

By DT on Adorama - May 19, 2013

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