The Plus lll Transceiver is the most reliable, feature-packed, easy-to-use solution for remote flash and camera triggering available.
The Plus lll is an Auto-Sensing Transceiver which means it will automatically switch between transmit and receive as needed and is reverse-compatible with all PocketWizard radios, making it the perfect addition to existing gear.
Whether new to remote triggering of camera’s and flashes or a top professional pushing gear to the limits, the Plus lll’s reliability, simplicity and performance make it the perfect tool for the job.
Color options: black, yellow, pink*
* The pink Plus III is available in the US & Canada only and is only available as a 2-pack. 10% of each Plus III Bonus Bundle sold will be donated to The TuTu Project of the Carey Foundation. Click for details.
The Plus III is a radio transceiver, capable of acting as a transmitter or receiver for triggering remote flashes and cameras. It requires at least one other PocketWizard radio for wireless triggering. It can be connected to almost any remote flash or camera with the proper cable.
Compatible for use with industry standard hot shoes, PC sync terminals, etc. Safe 3 volts sync voltage for modern digital camera systems.
Compatible with most flashes and triggering circuits. Can handle up to 300 volts. See our cables and adapters section for appropriate connecting cables.
2-Stage triggering works as expected for most modern cameras when using an ACC cable. A few exceptions are detailed below:
Plus III Operational Considerations:
1) Nikon Cameras with MC-DC2 ports do not provide half-press, or full press output through the MC-DC2 port. This means that any camera using an N-MCDC2-ACC cable won't be able to provide the "half press your remote camera from the camera in your hand" operation when using the shutter release button. This affects the following cameras:
Note: This does NOT impact half-press or full-press INPUT to the camera, as this works just fine with the N-MCDC2-ACC cable on a remote camera.
2) Nikon Camera's with a MC-DC1 port using an NM4-ACC cable does not provide "half-press" output, but it does provide "full-press" output. This affects the following cameras:
3) Compatible with flashes up to 300 Volts.