MAC Group Announces $25 PocketWizard® ControlTL® Promotion for Canon & Nikon Users
Mail-in rebate available in the U.S. only for MiniTT1® and FlexTT5® Wireless Flash Triggering System
North White Plains, NY – (March 30, 2012) – MAC Group, a leading manufacturer and distributor of professional photographic equipment, announces today a $25 mail-in rebate for U.S. customers who purchase new PocketWizard MiniTT1 and/or FlexTT5 radios for use with Canon or Nikon DSLR camera systems from April 1, 2012 to May 31, 2012. Via mail-in rebate, purchasers will receive $25 for each unit purchased from an Authorized PocketWizard Dealer in the U.S.
“MAC Group, PocketWizard’s USA distributor, is happy to provide Canon and Nikon shooters in the U.S. with a special opportunity to experience the amazing capabilities of PocketWizard ControlTL radios,” said Phil Bradon, MAC Group’s PocketWizard Marketing Manager. “This limited time $25 rebate is available on every MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 for Canon and Nikon purchased. ControlTL is the perfect complement and a must-have accessory to Canon and Nikon digital SLR systems, providing amazing flash and camera triggering capabilities.”
For more information on this rebate visit the PocketWizard site.
About MiniTT1 and FlexTT5
The PocketWizard MiniTT1 Transmitter and FlexTT5 Transceiver for Canon and Nikon DSLR camera systems allow photographers to enjoy the ease of TTL exposure automation with the simplicity of PocketWizard’s ControlTL™ system. These TTL capable radio slaves make taking off-camera flash as effortless as slide-in, turn-on and shoot.
Combining TTL automation with the reliability of PocketWizard radio technology results in perfect off-camera flash photography in any environment – around corners, out-of-sight and even outdoors in bright sunlight. The MiniTT1 Transmitter and FlexTT5 Transceiver can be used to control single or multiple off-camera TTL flash units and provide unique features such as HyperSync, which allows photographers to go beyond their normal x-sync speed. Thanks to upgradeable firmware, these units will remain current even as camera technology changes.