01.03.13

New PocketWizard PlusX transceiver

PocketWizard PlusX

PocketWizard has announced the latest product to its growing family, the PlusX transceiver.

The device allows for wireless control of the flash or camera via the transceiver’s system.

Please see the press release below for more information.

 

Press release:
The high-quality PlusX is the Simplest PocketWizard ever and the perfect entry into the PocketWizard Wireless System with the same range and reliability of its renowned Plus line of radios.

The 10 Channel PlusX uses PocketWizard’s patented “Auto-Sensing Transceiver Technology” which means it will automatically switch between transmit and receive as needed. Users just turn it on, connect to the flash or camera and set the channel using its simple, rotary-dial.

“The new PlusX transceiver adds to the legendary Plus reliability that so many photographers have come to trust on all their photographic assignments,” said Dave Schmidt, Vice President of Marketing at LPA Design, the company that manufacturers PocketWizard Photo Products. “Working on a budget should not mean sacrificing performance or reliability.”

The PlusX is compatible with all PocketWizard transmitters and receivers and uses the same side-profile design of the PocketWizard Plus III radio, the PlusX has an internal antenna to minimize obstruction and increase durability.

PlusX Features Include:
• 10 Channels
• Auto-Sensing Transceiver
• Transmit Only Mode
• Backlit Channel Dial
• Internal Antenna
• Easily Connected / Cable Port
• Auto-Relay Mode
• Status Indicator/Battery Life Indicator
• Range and Reliability

Availability: March 2013
(Pre-order's being taken now)

Pricing:
The PocketWizard PlusX will be available to purchase as a single unit and as a twin set.

PocketWizard PlusX:
£89.99 Inc VAT (JP Code 380119)
PocketWizard PlusX Twin Set:
£169.99 Inc VAT (JP Code 380120)
 

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