Tuesday, June 19, 2012

How To Get That Synching Feeling

It used to be all about how to prevent that sinking feeling - see the Bovril advertisements. Just the opposite today, when we want to control a battery of flashes without stringing a spider web of cables. We've just had a shipment of the new PocketWizard Plus III transceivers arrive -some for our rental department and some for stock sales.

These are the model that has 32 separate channels if needed and can independently control 4 groups of flashes for complex lighting set ups. They are slim, robust, and best of all...powered by standard AA batteries. There is even a battery state icon visible on the LCD screen to let you know whether you've got enough juice for the shoot.

Not expensive for professional performance - $ 179. Stop in and get a pair before your next shoot.

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How To Get That Synching Feeling

It used to be all about how to prevent that sinking feeling - see the Bovril advertisements. Just the opposite today, when we want to control a battery of flashes without stringing a spider web of cables. We've just had a shipment of the new PocketWizard Plus III transceivers arrive -some for our rental department and some for stock sales.

These are the model that has 32 separate channels if needed and can independently control 4 groups of flashes for complex lighting set ups. They are slim, robust, and best of all...powered by standard AA batteries. There is even a battery state icon visible on the LCD screen to let you know whether you've got enough juice for the shoot.

Not expensive for professional performance - $ 179. Stop in and get a pair before your next shoot.

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