Originally aired Thursday, April 25, 2013

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You may know that PocketWizard Radio Triggers do a great job of allowing you to get your flash off-camera. What you may not have known is that they have other cool uses, including the ability to remotely fire cameras. This could be a single camera, multiple cameras or even cameras with remote flashes.



Host Joe Brady explains how to set up a system for remote photography. Joe is a great lover of nature and birds in particular. He explains how he set-up a remote camera in his backyard to capture the beauty of some of the birds that frequent his feeders.

From cables to color to focus to metering, Joe covers all of the tools you need to adapt this wonderful capability to your love of nature photography.

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Equipment List:


PocketWizard Plus III
PocketWizard Sony Pre-Release Trigger Cable
PocketWizard Canon ACC Cable
PocketWizard Caddy
Sony alpha-99 camera
Sony 24-70mm f2.8 Zeiss lens
Sony 70-400mm f4 – 5.6 lens
Sony HVL-F60M Flash
Canon 7D
Canon 70-200mm f2.8 lens
Sekonic L-478DR Meter
Benro Travel Angel II Tripod with B0 Ball Head

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