PocketWizard Plus II Transceiver

Whether you’re just starting out in photography & want to create a mini studio setup, or you’re a seasoned pro, you’ll love the the PocketWizard Plus II™ Transceiver. If you have no idea what this gadget does, let me give you a brief introduction. A transceiver allows you to remotely trigger your studio photo lighting so you can move around your model without dragging a chord.

You should buy at least 2 transceivers, one to sit on your camera, and one to hook to your strobe light. If your strobe head has a “photo sensitive eye” (when one flash fires, they all fire) then you only need 2 transceivers. Also, if you use a power pack you can just hook the transceiver to the power-pack & only have to buy 2 transceivers as well.

The PocketWizard company offers a more expensive transceiver, called the “MultiMAX“, but I’ve found that I get all that I need out of the PocketWizard Plus II™ Transceiver, which you can find at the below Amazon link for around $169 per transceiver. My transceivers have seen a lot of action and are still going strong. They definitely get my Maven Stamp of Approval! They have amazing response time and an extreme range.

 

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Here’s a brief video that I found, which demonstrates how to use the PocketWizard Plus II™ Transceiver:

 

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Technical Details

  • Fast ‘plug-and-play’ set-up times
  • Auto-Sensing Transceiver Technology enables the Plus II to switch back and forth between transmitter and receiver modes
  • Auto-Relay Mode wirelessly triggers remotely located cameras and flashes within a 1600′ range of one another
  • Four 16-bit, digitally-coded channels enable you to simultaneously trigger all of you lights at once, or isolate one group of lights from another
  • Ultra-fast microprocessors enable trigger-response times as short as 1/2000th of a second

 

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