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PocketWizard Plus X

B&H has the PocketWizard Plus X hotshoe transceiver for $84 (reg. $99). Check it out here at B&H Photo.

Additionally, the PocketWizard Plus III is on sale for $124 (reg. $149). Check it out here at B&H Photo.

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PocketWizard Plus III

Adorama has the PocketWizard Plus III transceiver for $134 (reg. $149). Check it out here at Adorama.

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PocketWizard-MiniTT1-and-FlexTT5

PocketWizard just announced a new mail-in rebate program for its MiniTT1, FlexTT5, PlusX and/or Plus III radio triggers. The Mini TT1 and FlexTT5 get a $25 rebate, while the PlusX and Plus III have $15 rebates available.

You can find all of these PocketWizard radio triggers here at B&H Photo.

The rebate form and details are available here on PocketWizard’s website.

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PocketWizard has a new off-camera flash tutorial (above) hosted by Joe Brady that covers the ins and outs of off-camera flash with mirrorless cameras. In the tutorial, Brady takes the Sony NEX-6 and NEX-7 for a spin with the PocketWizard Plus III and MiniTT1 and a variety of speedlights. [click to continue…]

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Nikon Power Cable for PocketWizard

PocketWizard has a new Nikon Power Cable that works with the MiniTT1, Plus III and MultiMAX (w/ USB) transceivers. It will allows these transceivers to draw power from any Nikon DSLR that is equipped with a 10-pin remote port.

The PocketWizard transceivers use little power and, according to PocketWizard, have almost no impact on the camera’s battery life. The Nikon Power Cable (PW-DC-N10) is available for $20. You can find it here at B&H Photo.

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PlusX

PocketWizard has introduced their most affordable radio trigger yet – the PlusX.

At $99, the PlusX has the same core features as what you will find in the more expensive PlusIII units. The PlusX has the same range and reliability specs as the Plus III; however, the interface is dumbed down a bit with a manual dial for changing the 10 standard channels (compared to 32 channels on the Plus III). These channels are compatible with other PocketWizard models and strobe units that are PocketWizard-enabled with built-in radios. [click to continue…]

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