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PocketWizard 801-130 Plus III Transceiver

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PocketWizard 801-130 Plus III Transceiver
$135.00

Availability: Out of stock

  • Selective Quad-Zone Triggering
  • Auto-Sensing Transceiver
  • Two-Stage Remote Camera Triggering
  • Auto-Relay Mode
  • Long Range Capability
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The new Plus III Transceiver features 32 channels and Selective Quad-Zone Triggering that enables photographers to remotely trigger flash and/or cameras in groups or individually all wirelessly from hundreds of feet away. Performance enhancing features include Long Range Mode and Repeater Mode to help photographers tackle the most challenging shooting environments and open the door for never-attempted image ideas. All features, channels and zones can be easily set using the soft-touch keypad and are clearly displayed on the backlit LCD display.The versatile new PocketWizard Plus III is compatible with all other PocketWizard radios and virtually every popular flash and professional digital SLR camera system. It also communicates with all PocketWizard-enabled photo gear including select Profoto, Dynalite, Norman and Photogenic flash systems and Sekonic light meters.



  • Selective Quad-Zone Triggering
  • Auto-Sensing Transceiver
  • Two-Stage Remote Camera Triggering
  • Auto-Relay Mode
  • Long Range Capability


Frequency Plus III FCC/IC: 340.00 - 354.00 MHz
Plus III CE: 433.42 - 434.42 MHz
Transmit Output Power Less than 1 milliwatt (1/1000 of a watt)
Batteries 2 x AA
Triggering Delay 1/1200 of a second
Bandwidth Narrowband
70KHz Transmit
230KHz Receive
Operating Temperature Above -15° C (5° F) and below 50° C (120° F)
Always use fresh batteries in cold temperatures.
Storage Temperature (without battery) Above -30° C (-22° F) and below 85° C (185° F) without batteries.
Flash/Camera Port Sync Volt Tolerance 300 Volt
Backlit LCD The Plus III backlit LCD activates automatically when any button other than TEST is pressed. It turns off after 5 seconds.
LEDs Red LEDs are used for dim light application and do not indicate a hazardous status.