The very core of the Strobist experience is to use your flash units off-camera or studio strobe units on location. There are a lot of options in the market now that can help you do just that. From personal experience, though, I have used the PocketWizard Plus II Transceivers. More recently I switched to Paul C. Buff’s CyberSync system. Now I am considering returning back to PocketWizard.
These two videos below by Mark Wallace have convinced me to make the move back. The videos show how the new units work with the Nikon camera and flash systems. I suspect, however, the way these units operate won’t be too radically different if you are using a Canon system. So everyone is welcome!
How To Shoot With PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5
How To Use The PocketWizard AC3 Zone Controller
For using these units on a Canon system, check out these video tutorials.
By sheer coincidence, I won these units some time back. So, you’ll see an “open-box” video very soon. Stay tuned! Thanks to Mark Wallace and Phil Bradon of Mac Groups for sending me the Nikon version of these PocketWizard units. I can’t wait to go out and play with them.
Below, tell me if you have considered buying these units or you have already invested in a RadioPopper or some other wireless system. Do you work with flash off-camera or studio units for your shoots? Do you have questions on how to set those up? Would you find it useful if there were more tutorials posted here on Tiffinbox? Let me know!