Sam Mallery of B&H has posted a hands-on review of the PocketWizard Plus® III radio trigger. The piece is a great overview, highlighting all the exciting new features of the latest addition to the PocketWizard family.
Grant Willing also wrote another hands-on review of the Plus III for the B&H site. This piece is a little more technical, with a breakdown of the increased channels to the Long Range and Repeater Modes.
Both reviews feature a handy table listing specs on everything from the display to battery life to weight. These two pieces are superb overviews for folks looking to get familiar with all the Plus III has to offer photographers new to radio triggers and pros with years of experience.
The talented guys at Fstoppers are at it again, and have created a great video of their experience with the new PocketWizard Plus III radio triggers.
Not only does the video break down the important new features of the Plus III, but the guys did a serious amount of testing in a shoot with an athletic model, taking full advantage of the Plus III’s four subgroups to control different lighting rigs.
A second test shoot breaks down the use of Auto Relay Mode, documenting a fashion model being photographed beneath a bridge with multiple lights at various distances.
Fstoppers has put together a great page of resources on the Plus III, including their video, photos from both shoots, a written review, and shots of the triggers themselves. Don’t miss this robust review with real world production demonstrations.
You can also see Fstoppers’ full video on YouTube and Vimeo. Awesome job on this comprehensive resource, guys!
We’re pleased to announced the launch of the PocketWizard Plus III radio triggers, and a new microsite to help you explore all of the new features.
The PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver is the most reliable, feature-packed, easy-to-use solution for remote flash and camera triggering available. The Plus III Transceiver features an impressive 32 channels. Whether you’re a wedding or sports shooter or working in a busy studio, finding a clear channel is never a problem. Selective Quad-Zone Triggering, a feature once reserved for elite photographers, adds four zones enabling photographers to remotely trigger flash and or cameras in groups or individually. For photographers being asked to do more for less, this added flexibility is a huge competitive advantage.
Whether new to remote triggering of camera’s and flashes or a top professional pushing gear to the limits, the Plus III’s reliability, simplicity and performance make it the perfect tool for the job. The Plus III is the new standard of excellence.
Below you’ll find a great video with Mark Wallace taking you through all the important features of the Plus III in just under seven minutes. You can also see the video on Vimeo.
See a video by Joe McNally and a BTS with Gregor Halenda over at PlusIII.PocketWizard.com.
You can also learn more details at the Plus III Quick Guide online.
Visit PlusIII.PocketWizard.com for more information. Sign up for our shipment release list to be notified when our dealers start receiving Plus IIIs.