The Plus X is an incredibly simple device used to trigger your strobes for conventional stills shoots or cameras for time lapse applications. Each unit can function as a transmitter OR receiver and has up to 1600 foot range, depending on environmental factors. They can also be used to relay the signal from one pocket wizard to another and extend the range. Two AA batteries will power a plus X for about 100 hours. These work well paired with our Pluto Trigger module so you can use your smartphone to trigger an infinite amount of cameras simultaneously for unique time lapse situations including VR time lapse with our MooVR Sony a7s mark ii rig.
7 Stop Power Range
2.0 Sec. Recycling Max. Power @120V
300 Watt Modeling Light
Photocell, Air Radio Slave
UV Flash Tube
77 Degree Built-in Reflector
Optional Wireless PC/Mac Control
Wireless multiple flash system using radio wave communication for enhanced control of up to five groups of flashes.
Zoom flash head covers wide range of 20-200mm; maximum Guide Number (197 ft./60m at ISO 100).
AF Assist Beam compatible with Canon's new 61-Point High Density Reticular AF.
Dot matrix LCD panel and backlit button provide easy visibility.
Color filter holder for attaching Canon and third-party color gelatin filters.
18 Custom Functions and 7 Personal Functions for creative flexibility.
Full swivel, 180° in either direction.
Superior build quality, including a metal foot for higher rigidity
Max. Guide No. 58 at 105mm setting (GN 190, feet)
Auto conversion of flash coverage with compatible digital SLR cameras
White Balance info communicated instantly to compatible digital SLR cameras
Full swivel, 180° in either direction
AF-assist beam, compatible with all AiAF points on every EOS SLR
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