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Fstoppers’ Gifts for Photographers

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Looking for gifts for a photographer in your life? Take a look at Fstoppers Holiday Gear Guide. Each week, they’ll be releasing a new list of photography gifts in different price ranges. Their first installment, the under $100 dollar category, features a bunch of gift ideas sure to make any photographer smile (lens mugs for everyone!).

We’re proud to say the PocketWizard AC3 ZoneController made the list. Here’s what they have to say:

“Many photographers will already have a PocketWizard, but if they don’t have a ZoneController, this is a great gift for them. When you add the PocketWizard AC3 ZoneController to your on-camera MiniTT1® Transmitter or FlexTT5® Transceiver, you instantly have three zones of flash control. Whether in E-TTL II or Manual mode, you have control over all your flashes from your camera position. Put your flashes wherever you want, without worrying about having to access them during a shoot.”

In the $100 – $200 category, meanwhile, you’ll find the PocketWizard Plus® III.

“If the photographer in your life uses off-camera flash, having a pair of PocketWizards makes all the difference. There are a lot of cheap knockoff brands out there, but if you want to show you care you’ll go for the real thing. You can also use them to remotely trigger the camera itself, so that’s great fun for photo booths or unusual angles.”

Check out the list on Fstoppers.

 

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DIY Photography’s 2012 Gear Buying Guide

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PocketWizard Photo Products is killing it in this years’ gift guides! DIY Photography recommends not one, but two PocketWizard radios in their 2012 Gear Buying Guide.

They call the Plus® III, “the golden standard for triggering remote strobes,” and, of course, if you’re using TTL, you’ll want to check out the FlexTT5.

This list also includes everything from DSLR’s to bags and speedlights so give it a look. While you’re there, check out some of their popular diy-inspired posts on how to create your own bokeh and how to build your own softbox.

 

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