• PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
  • PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
  • PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
  • PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)
PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)

PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver (Black) (Pack of 2)

Sale price
MRP: €246,00
Regular price
€410,00
Unit price
per 
( 40% off )
Quantity:
Expected Delivery: 21-28 days
Import Duties to be borne by the customer at the time of delivery.
Product price is exclusive of such duties.

Tracked Shipping

Secure Payments

10 Days Return

Tracked Shipping

Secure Payments

10 Days Return

  • 10 CHANNELS: 10 Standard Channels easily selected using intuitive dial
  • POCKETWIZARD COMPATIBLE: Compatible with all STANDARD Channel Transmitters and Recievers with Legacy Firmware
  • AUTO-SENSING TRANSCEIVER: Radio instantly and intelligently switches between transmitter and receive modes
  • RANGE AND RELIABILITY: Range and reliability you'd expect from PocketWizard
  • AUTO-RELAY MODE: Let's you trigger a remote camera in sync with remote flashes using only 3 PocketWizard Radios

Customer Reviews

PocketWizard Cheaps Out on Kit I love PocketWizard for its reliability and range...they are truly uncontested in both departments, which is why they cost so much and are the choice of pros. I was very excited to see the Plus X come as a 2-pack kit that offers a savings over buying them individually, but there really isn't a savings. This only includes ONE set of cables - very clearly written in the product description. But I ask WHY to PocketWizard?! If I buy these individually I get cables in each box. If I buy a pair, I get one cable for the pair, so there is no true savings to the consumer at the end of the day. What a disappointment. Thank God it's products are so good and well built, but at these costs, it's a shame. 4Affordable, reliable, compact. Works well with TT1 on a Nikon D300S, and with Nikon SB-900 and SB-910 flashes I use a TT1 on my D300S hot shoe and an SB-910 on top of that. The PlusX units trigger another SB-910 and an SB-900. This setup has worked flawlessly to date. You have to manually adjust your remote flashes, since this is purely a trigger. If you want to control your flashes through the master flash on your camera (or if you want to utilize TTL in the remote flashes), you will need to pair a TT5 on the remote flash with the TT1 on the camera's hot shoe. TTL is "through the lens" light metering. Using the PlusX, your remote flashes have no idea what your camera is metering, so it is truly a manual flash mode for your remote flashes. If you are okay with that, the PlusX is a great way to go. Its build is good, its compact, and it is reliable. Otherwise, look at the TT5 if you don't want to go 100% manual with your remote flashes. The PlusX comes with the cable needed to hook up with the SB-900 and 910 flashes. It also comes with a standard audio cable for other flashes that take that. 5Horrible Warranty + Poor Quality = Lost Customer I own about a dozen Pocket Wizrad Plus X's. Out of those 12, 3 stopped working in 5 months. Conveniently, for Pocket Wizard, they only have a 90-day warranty. This is not good. For the cost of these triggers, I expect better quality and a better warranty. They want me to pay $15 shipping and then pay for the repair for a ?!!??! Ummm...no. Might as well use that money towards a higher quality trigger/ non_Pocket Wizard trigger. I see why this company is struggling and laying people off. I can buy Yuongno triggers and have a better warranty, cheaper price, and surely better quality (I'd venture to guess Yuongnos last at least longer than 5 months and have a fail rate lower than 25%). 1Great trigger, worked flawlessly... amazing price. I shoot with a Canon 7d and a 5dmkIII. My strobes are from Photoflex and Elinchrom, some of the strobes have the mini plug and some the larger 1/4 inch plug for trigger interface. I bought this Pocketwizard PlusX to go with the Pocketwizard Flex and Mini I already own. I just needed a trigger not the high speed sync so I figured the Pocketwizard PlusX would fit the bill nicely and I was right. I have not had one misfire or non trigger from this unit, it has worked flawlessly just like all the other PW products. Don't waste your money on the lower cost solutions, like I did, just like buying good quality lenses, buy good triggers and your shooting day will be sooo much smoother. I liked that the package came with the cables and the lanyard I was out of the box and shooting in a couple of minutes with this unit. Sync speed on the Canon cameras worked fine to 1/250th. For the price and flawless functionality I can't find any other trigger I would trust over this one. There is nothing more aggravating than trying to get that shot and your flash not firing due to a cheap trigger. If you don't need the high speed sunc or the larger number of channels the bigger units offer then this is your choice. 5Perfect for Studio Strobes non-TTL Manual Use After struggling with lower cost solutions from Calumet, Cowboy Studio and others, I started looking a PocketWizard PlusX after reading a review in PDN. After testing a pair for a few weeks, I ordered a third unit. The PlusX has a solid feel, is easy to use, has a good range. Here are a few notes...I have old (mid-1980s) Broncolor studio strobes that are still going strong, use a Nikon 800 and primarily shoot fashion and beauty. My studio is in a building with five other photographers in fairly close proximity, most of whom use PocketWizard gear.ChannelsI've not encountered any phantom triggers on channel one or had to resort to transmit only mode.Range and ReliabilityWhile I have not come close to pushing the limits on PlusX range, it continues to work well if light stands and tables are between units. After about 10,000 shots, I've not experienced a trigger failure.Physical Connection and OrientationThe included cables and adapters are fairly high quality. The PlusX instructions recommend keeping the unit antennas parallel, but that isn't practical for me because I'm constantly switching camera orientation with the PlusX transmitter in the DSLR hot shoe. I have the receiver PlusX clamped in vertical orientation to the Broncolor strobe handle, so the antenna stands a couple inches above the power pack. I haven't had any issues shooting with the antennas are 90 degrees to each other.Battery LifeOthers have dinged the battery life. An average studio day for me is 9 hours and about 2,500 shots. So far I have 8 shooting days with the original batteries. The units have an off-switch and I turn them off when not in use.Sync SpeedWith the Nikon D800, I found I can reliably shoot at 1/250s. The lower cost units start triggering late around 1/100s. 5Awesome and affordable wireless setup. If you're looking for a simple wireless setup for your strobe or speedlight off camera flash, look no further. I've used these on my Alienbeens strobes and my Speedlite 600Ex and they're flawless. They're affordable and work better than other wireless setups I've used in the past. Not to mention, they use double A batteries as opposed to watch batteries found on other wireless setups (try finding somewhere to buy one of those flat watch batteries if you're out in the field shooting and you run out of power, wheras you can throw a rock in any direction and most likely find a place to get AA batteries). So, overall, these are awesome. 5Plus X Pocket Wizards are total junk! I am a commercial, wedding and portrait photographer and have been using Pocket Wizard products for many years. I have about 10 of the older Plus 2 models that all work perfectly. This new build, the Plus X is total junk. Completely unreliable. The intermittent functionality makes it particularly insidious to diagnose....it works one minute, but not the next. I've had two fail on weddings, back to back..fortunately, I always have back ups..the Plus 2 model is great....don't bother with these...I think the night shift makes this model.....junk!!! 1Awesome deal, could only be slightly better. These are a must have for any beginning photographer out there. My girlfriend got them for one of her photography classes and they have made photoshoots and things soo much easier. They are easy to setup and use. Simply connect and turn on. Then switch to the same channel and done. I think the only downside is that the dual pack only has one of each connector cable. I think the idea was that one was supposed to be for the camera and the other for the flash. However since we bought two packs of two needing three for flashes we end up being short a cable.PROS:Well builtEasy to useWorks greatCONS:Only one set of cables 5Great Low(er) cost alternative to other PW transceivers Works well, and as advertised. Certainly a cheaper feeling standard compared to other PW's I've used and own, but for a cheaper alternative to the other PW products, it's great as long as you don't need TTL or any remote adjustment capabilities. Works solidly (100% of the time so far for me) as a simple transceiver with no misfires as of yet and I've been using it for many months. 4Not Impressed I have a Yungnuo YN622 and they are rated at about 300 feet and in most cases I can get 250 feet with no problem. The best I have been able to get out of the PlusX is about 600 feet and at that range, it will miss 20% of the triggers. Pocket Wizard advertises 1600 feet but I don't see how that will ever happen. I would be happy with 1000 feet but it's not even close. My specific application requires a long-range trigger and this unit is not going to do it. I noticed the PocketWizard III has a high and low power setting but the PlusX apparently does not so I have to assume they are triggering at max power all the time. YES, I could buy another one and use it as a repeater but if I have to do that I would be better off buying the Wizard III. I also noticed that there are other sellers that advertised the 1600 foot range but when you dig into the specs they say the range is 1000'. That sounds closer to the actual real-world range. I have to return these and try the Wizard III. 3
See All Reviews
Description
Description Description Description Description Description Description
Reviews

Customer Reviews

PocketWizard Cheaps Out on Kit I love PocketWizard for its reliability and range...they are truly uncontested in both departments, which is why they cost so much and are the choice of pros. I was very excited to see the Plus X come as a 2-pack kit that offers a savings over buying them individually, but there really isn't a savings. This only includes ONE set of cables - very clearly written in the product description. But I ask WHY to PocketWizard?! If I buy these individually I get cables in each box. If I buy a pair, I get one cable for the pair, so there is no true savings to the consumer at the end of the day. What a disappointment. Thank God it's products are so good and well built, but at these costs, it's a shame. 4Affordable, reliable, compact. Works well with TT1 on a Nikon D300S, and with Nikon SB-900 and SB-910 flashes I use a TT1 on my D300S hot shoe and an SB-910 on top of that. The PlusX units trigger another SB-910 and an SB-900. This setup has worked flawlessly to date. You have to manually adjust your remote flashes, since this is purely a trigger. If you want to control your flashes through the master flash on your camera (or if you want to utilize TTL in the remote flashes), you will need to pair a TT5 on the remote flash with the TT1 on the camera's hot shoe. TTL is "through the lens" light metering. Using the PlusX, your remote flashes have no idea what your camera is metering, so it is truly a manual flash mode for your remote flashes. If you are okay with that, the PlusX is a great way to go. Its build is good, its compact, and it is reliable. Otherwise, look at the TT5 if you don't want to go 100% manual with your remote flashes. The PlusX comes with the cable needed to hook up with the SB-900 and 910 flashes. It also comes with a standard audio cable for other flashes that take that. 5Horrible Warranty + Poor Quality = Lost Customer I own about a dozen Pocket Wizrad Plus X's. Out of those 12, 3 stopped working in 5 months. Conveniently, for Pocket Wizard, they only have a 90-day warranty. This is not good. For the cost of these triggers, I expect better quality and a better warranty. They want me to pay $15 shipping and then pay for the repair for a ?!!??! Ummm...no. Might as well use that money towards a higher quality trigger/ non_Pocket Wizard trigger. I see why this company is struggling and laying people off. I can buy Yuongno triggers and have a better warranty, cheaper price, and surely better quality (I'd venture to guess Yuongnos last at least longer than 5 months and have a fail rate lower than 25%). 1Great trigger, worked flawlessly... amazing price. I shoot with a Canon 7d and a 5dmkIII. My strobes are from Photoflex and Elinchrom, some of the strobes have the mini plug and some the larger 1/4 inch plug for trigger interface. I bought this Pocketwizard PlusX to go with the Pocketwizard Flex and Mini I already own. I just needed a trigger not the high speed sync so I figured the Pocketwizard PlusX would fit the bill nicely and I was right. I have not had one misfire or non trigger from this unit, it has worked flawlessly just like all the other PW products. Don't waste your money on the lower cost solutions, like I did, just like buying good quality lenses, buy good triggers and your shooting day will be sooo much smoother. I liked that the package came with the cables and the lanyard I was out of the box and shooting in a couple of minutes with this unit. Sync speed on the Canon cameras worked fine to 1/250th. For the price and flawless functionality I can't find any other trigger I would trust over this one. There is nothing more aggravating than trying to get that shot and your flash not firing due to a cheap trigger. If you don't need the high speed sunc or the larger number of channels the bigger units offer then this is your choice. 5Perfect for Studio Strobes non-TTL Manual Use After struggling with lower cost solutions from Calumet, Cowboy Studio and others, I started looking a PocketWizard PlusX after reading a review in PDN. After testing a pair for a few weeks, I ordered a third unit. The PlusX has a solid feel, is easy to use, has a good range. Here are a few notes...I have old (mid-1980s) Broncolor studio strobes that are still going strong, use a Nikon 800 and primarily shoot fashion and beauty. My studio is in a building with five other photographers in fairly close proximity, most of whom use PocketWizard gear.ChannelsI've not encountered any phantom triggers on channel one or had to resort to transmit only mode.Range and ReliabilityWhile I have not come close to pushing the limits on PlusX range, it continues to work well if light stands and tables are between units. After about 10,000 shots, I've not experienced a trigger failure.Physical Connection and OrientationThe included cables and adapters are fairly high quality. The PlusX instructions recommend keeping the unit antennas parallel, but that isn't practical for me because I'm constantly switching camera orientation with the PlusX transmitter in the DSLR hot shoe. I have the receiver PlusX clamped in vertical orientation to the Broncolor strobe handle, so the antenna stands a couple inches above the power pack. I haven't had any issues shooting with the antennas are 90 degrees to each other.Battery LifeOthers have dinged the battery life. An average studio day for me is 9 hours and about 2,500 shots. So far I have 8 shooting days with the original batteries. The units have an off-switch and I turn them off when not in use.Sync SpeedWith the Nikon D800, I found I can reliably shoot at 1/250s. The lower cost units start triggering late around 1/100s. 5Awesome and affordable wireless setup. If you're looking for a simple wireless setup for your strobe or speedlight off camera flash, look no further. I've used these on my Alienbeens strobes and my Speedlite 600Ex and they're flawless. They're affordable and work better than other wireless setups I've used in the past. Not to mention, they use double A batteries as opposed to watch batteries found on other wireless setups (try finding somewhere to buy one of those flat watch batteries if you're out in the field shooting and you run out of power, wheras you can throw a rock in any direction and most likely find a place to get AA batteries). So, overall, these are awesome. 5Plus X Pocket Wizards are total junk! I am a commercial, wedding and portrait photographer and have been using Pocket Wizard products for many years. I have about 10 of the older Plus 2 models that all work perfectly. This new build, the Plus X is total junk. Completely unreliable. The intermittent functionality makes it particularly insidious to diagnose....it works one minute, but not the next. I've had two fail on weddings, back to back..fortunately, I always have back ups..the Plus 2 model is great....don't bother with these...I think the night shift makes this model.....junk!!! 1Awesome deal, could only be slightly better. These are a must have for any beginning photographer out there. My girlfriend got them for one of her photography classes and they have made photoshoots and things soo much easier. They are easy to setup and use. Simply connect and turn on. Then switch to the same channel and done. I think the only downside is that the dual pack only has one of each connector cable. I think the idea was that one was supposed to be for the camera and the other for the flash. However since we bought two packs of two needing three for flashes we end up being short a cable.PROS:Well builtEasy to useWorks greatCONS:Only one set of cables 5Great Low(er) cost alternative to other PW transceivers Works well, and as advertised. Certainly a cheaper feeling standard compared to other PW's I've used and own, but for a cheaper alternative to the other PW products, it's great as long as you don't need TTL or any remote adjustment capabilities. Works solidly (100% of the time so far for me) as a simple transceiver with no misfires as of yet and I've been using it for many months. 4Not Impressed I have a Yungnuo YN622 and they are rated at about 300 feet and in most cases I can get 250 feet with no problem. The best I have been able to get out of the PlusX is about 600 feet and at that range, it will miss 20% of the triggers. Pocket Wizard advertises 1600 feet but I don't see how that will ever happen. I would be happy with 1000 feet but it's not even close. My specific application requires a long-range trigger and this unit is not going to do it. I noticed the PocketWizard III has a high and low power setting but the PlusX apparently does not so I have to assume they are triggering at max power all the time. YES, I could buy another one and use it as a repeater but if I have to do that I would be better off buying the Wizard III. I also noticed that there are other sellers that advertised the 1600 foot range but when you dig into the specs they say the range is 1000'. That sounds closer to the actual real-world range. I have to return these and try the Wizard III. 3
See All Reviews
Return And Refund Policy
Return And Refund Policy Return And Refund Policy Return And Refund Policy Return And Refund Policy
Delivery Policy
Delivery Policy Delivery Policy Delivery Policy Delivery Policy Delivery Policy

Recently Viewed

BACK TO TOP