PocketWizard Plus III transceivers are out now. The Plus III offers 32 channels, a more durable antenna, a crazy Long Range Mode and a Repeater Mode. Long Range Mode sacrifices a little sync speed for a the sake of extended range. Repeater Mode allows you to use additional Plus III’s as a repeated to extend the full range for each additional unit.
Retail is $139. Check them out at B&H Photo here.
Lots more from David Hobby and PocketWizard.com.
Norman makes pro lights for both studio and portable use. The D12 and D24 are the studio packs, which offer 1200w/s and 2400w/s, respectively. Additionally, the D12 and D24 feature built-in PocketWizard receivers. The portable kits from Norman come in 200w/s and 400w/s flavors. [click to continue…]
PocketWizard has a little something special for Nikon users this month – in the form of a $25 rebate. [click to continue…]
I had a few minutes to catch up with the PocketWizard guys at PhotoPlus 2011 and Ian was kind enough to give a rundown of the current products in the PocketWizard line [click to continue…]
New ControlTL firmware is now available for Nikon and Canon versions of the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 radio TTL triggers. The firmware update adds new features that include HyperSync Automation, SpeedCycler and Off Camera Power Control.
The updates are available to all owners of ControlTL systems via the PocketWizard Utility.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
Canon has obviously been working on a new TTL flash system that works with radio sync triggering for quite a while now. We saw a patent application for a Canon radio-triggered flash and camera system in August 2010 and now, almost a year later, another Canon patent application that advances this tech has been revealed by the USPTO.
And maybe (hopefully) this is a sign that it’s getting closer to market. [click to continue…]