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PocketWizard Plus IIIe Transceiver (Black)

BH #POPWPIIIE • MFR #13400
PocketWizard Plus IIIe Transceiver (Black)
Key Features
  • Wireless Range: 5 Miles
  • 112 Channels and Quad-Zone Triggering
  • Frequency: 340-354 MHz (FCC/IC)
  • Auto-Sensing and Auto-Relay
The PocketWizard Plus IIIe has a total of 112 channels: 32 Quad-Zone E Channels and 80 Long Range Quad-Zone LR channels. Besides eliminating interference this also allows you to trigger flashes in 4 separate (A, B, C, D) zones when doing multiple setups. Auto-Sensing automatically selects the transmitter or receiver mode appropriate to the setup. Auto-Sensing also works in tandem with Auto-Relay mode to allow you to trigger a remote camera along with remote flashes. Two-Stage Triggering technology wakes and focuses your camera when partially depressing the test button, then fires it by fully depressing the button. The original Plus III was known for its long 1600' triggering range but the Plus IIIe's extended wireless rage allows shooting from distances up to 5 miles!
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Wondering what cables I would need to go with two ...

Wondering what cables I would need to go with two of these to remotely tirgger the shutter of a Nikon D850 (if that's possible)?
Asked by: Stephen
You can use the N10-ACC or N10-ACC-1. The first is a 3' cable, better if you might position the camera in a tricky place and need to put the radio in a different position, the other is a 1' cable. The Plus IIIe will pre trigger the camera when you half press the test button but if you want to keep it constantly half pressed, you can add the PTMM adapter. You can also add more Plus IIIe radios to remote flashes if you want to remotely trigger the camera AND remote flashes at the same time with the special Relay mode. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=n10-ACC&N=0&InitialSearch=yes&sts=ma
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2020-07-19

What is the setup for use of a pocket wizard with ...

What is the setup for use of a pocket wizard with 4x5 cameras/lenses with pc sync connection? Thinking of using it with Godox strobe package. Good idea? Thanks.
Asked by: Jim
With the Plus IIIe radios, you can actually connect the PocketWizard to the PC port on the body or the lens and it should trigger a remote PocketWizard with no issue.
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2021-01-22

Will the pocket wizard plus 3e work with the ...

Will the pocket wizard plus 3e work with the discontinued plus 3?
Asked by: Steven
Yes, though not quite out of the box. You will need to do one of two things to make them work together. You can either upgrade your existing (Legacy) Plus IIIs to take advantage of the new firmware protocol or you can downgrade the Plus IIIe to the Legacy firmware. The PocketWizard Wiki has details here: https://wiki.pocketwizard.com/index.php?title=PocketWizard_Firmware
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2020-04-15

Will this work with Nikon cameras? I notice it ...

Will this work with Nikon cameras? I notice it was pictured with a sony camera.
Asked by: Chadwick
Yes! It will work with virtually any camera via the hot shoe or PC port and virtually any flash via sync connection.
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2020-07-20

May we connect multiple shooters (with a pocket ...

May we connect multiple shooters (with a pocket wizard) to a single Vision 5 strobe in a shoot out ?
Asked by: Ronak
Yes, up to four induvial zones can be set in place.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-04-24

Will this work on Samsung NX1 with Samsung ...

Will this work on Samsung NX1 with Samsung SEF-580A flash? I know TTL won't work, but I'm interested in triggering, Manual HSS, and power control functions. Please advice.
Asked by: Karthik
The PlusIIIe can be used with virtually any camera or flash that can be triggered by a single pin or sync cable. As long as the NX1 can send a trigger through it's main center pin contact on the hot shoe, it should be able to trigger a Plus IIIe in its hot shoe. That flash does not appear to have an external sync port but if it can be triggered via the single center pin contact, you can add a product like the HSFM3 cable: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1000498-REG/pocketwizard_804_419_hsfm3_flash_sync_cable Note: HSS and power control require TTL communications, even in manual mode. The Plus IIIe can only sync up to X-sync and power levels need to be set manually on the flash itself.
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2020-05-15

Will this work with a Neewer Vision 5 strobe? ...

Will this work with a Neewer Vision 5 strobe? Will an older version of pocket wizard also work?
Asked by: Ronak
Yes, via 3.5mm mono jack.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-04-24

Do they work with Profoto acute packs? If so, ...

Do they work with Profoto acute packs? If so, how?
Asked by: Stefan
Yes! If your flash has a built in PocketWizard receiver, you will need to downgrade the firmware on the Plus IIIe to the Legacy firmware to make the radios compatible with each other. If you're using a Plus IIIe as both the transmitter and receiver, you just need to use the correct sync cable. The Plus IIIe will come with a miniphone to miniphone cable and a phono to miniphone adapter.
Answered by: PocketWizard Expert
Date published: 2020-08-03
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