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  • Fast ‘plug-and-play’ set-up times
  • Auto-Sensing Transceiver Technology enables a Plus II to switch behind as well as onward in between conductor as well as receiver modes
  • Auto-Relay Mode wirelessly triggers remotely located cameras as well as flashes inside of a 1600′ operation of a single another
  • Four 16-bit, digitally-coded channels capacitate we to concurrently trigger all of we lights during once, or besiege a single organisation of lights from another
  • Ultra-fast microprocessors capacitate trigger-response times as reduced as 1/2000th of a second

Product Description
The PocketWizard Plus II transceiver complement does some-more than cut a cord. The PocketWizard Plus II can wirelessly trigger lights and/or cameras inside of a operation of 1600 feet of a transceiver. Utilizing modernized wireless technologies, 4 16-bit, digitally-coded channels have been accessible for resourceful banishment of lights, or when operative in ‘crowded’ environments. If speed is a concern, images can be prisoner during a rate of up to twelve frames-per-second, that outpaces many currently-available cameras, pro or otherwise. Ultra-fast microprocessors concede for tip sync speeds of 1/250th-second for focal-plane shutters as well as 1/500th for root shutters. The PocketWizard Plus II is compact, with a short, unobtrusive, rubberized antenna. The sum tallness of a transceiver as well as receiver is reduction than 6.5”, as well as it weighs in during 6oz together with a batteries. To safeguard a secure fit to your camera or bracket, a Plus II facilities stout locking rings for prohibited shoes. Power is granted by 2 AA batteries, that have been great for about 60 hours of playtime. An discretionary AC adapter allows for continuous, total fire time.

PocketWizard PWP-TR 801-125 PLUS II Transceiver



5 Reviews

  1. Tack says:

    I have just purchased this unit anr am praying that this will work with my flash,,,( 420Ex speedlite) it has a option switch on it… hoping someone reviews this. Any info wouldbe great…
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. R. Miller says:

    I received my Pocket Wizard Plus II’s as a gift. I need to connect them to Phonogenic StudioMax strobes. This requires a sync cord to connect the Pocket Wizard to the stobe. Of course, the cable that comes with the Pocket Wizard is not the right size. Go to the Pocket Wizard web site to see what kind of cable I need. It says miniphone to 1/4″. If I knew anything about sync cables, I’d have known that was wrong, but I trusted them. Ordered one. Wrong cable. The correct cable is miniphone to miniphone. Amazon says it “usually ships in 1 to 3 months”. MONTHS! B&H is out of stock. Pocket Wizards sit in a box. A little annoyed at David Hobby right now.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Fahad Baig says:

    The Good: Easy configuration, Decent range, Works like a charm (as a trigger) with outlet powered strobes.

    The Bad: Cheap construction ($20 dollar radio toy sets @ Wal-Mart have better construction), shorter battery life (for max range and reliability), reliability is very low with Canon speed lights (in my case 580 Ex II), No TTL handling (just a trigger), will have to spend another couple hundred bucks on a light meter for accurate exposures, does not come with any carrying case/pouch (a must for such a cheap constructed expansive piece of a device). Will have to buy the right cables/adopters to make the right connection (only comes with one tiny PC connection cord).

    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Michelle Hamstra says:

    I’m a professional photographer who is just starting out. I wish this product explained to me in the online description that you need two of them to make it work.

    I also didn’t know anything about flash sync so the first wedding I used it for bombed.

    All of that to say…. now that I know how to use it I’m stoked! Its a really cool “toy” and I’m sure it’ll help me produce some rockin’ images.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Dane J. Deasy says:

    Works perfectly. I only wish it were smaller. But I think they’re about to announce a new product that’s much smaller. Yay!
    Rating: 4 / 5

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