The body of the Pocket Wizard AC7 shield is made with a material that effectively blocks RF interference (EMI) from clouding the FlexTT5 antenna. To block noise traveling through connections in the hot shoe, an electronic filter has been added to a hot shoe built into the AC7. With two ¼-20 mounting points, the AC7 can be mounted both vertically and horizontally on light stands, clamps, brackets or simply handheld. The back of the flash remains open for complete access to the LCD and flash controls and there is access to the remote power port. The flash head can be rotated when using the AC7 shield due to a small cut-away in the side of the shield. When used with an umbrella, the AC7's lay-flat design places the flash more in the center of the umbrella than usual and produces a symmetrical light shape for incredibly even light dispersion. Most of the popular diffusers, grids, snoots and reflectors can still be used with the AC7 shield in place. It will also offer additional protection for the TT5 unit.
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The Phottix Strato TTL Wireless Flash Receiver for Canon is designed for use with the Canon dedicated Strato TTL Trigger allowing the triggering of more than one flashgun at a time. The Phottix Strato receiver powers on 2x AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries (not included, available separately).
The PocketWizard HSFM3 Hotshoe to Miniphone Cable is used for remotely triggering a flash via a standard hot shoe. It does not support TTL functions. The cables is 91cm long, with a 3.5mm (1/8 inch) connector is at one end and a hotshoe connector on the other.
Designed to work exclusively with the Bowens Gemini Classic, R and PRO flash heads the Pulsar Tx and Trigger Card Kit enables you to operate the flash without the need for trailing sync cables The Pulsar Tx fits onto a standard camera hotshoe (Sony/Minolta will require an adapter) and locks into place with a unique 'click-lock' removing the risk of lost connections when the camera is switched from landscape to portrait. Powered by a single CR2032 battery the Pulsar Tx has a maximum range of 25m and operation is straight-forward via two push buttons, allowing full control over the 24 radio channel combinations and the test flash function. The card simply inserts into the slot on the back of the Gemini head. The new design is a significant size and weight reduction when compared with the standard Pulsar Radio Trigger.
Introducing the smallest Pocket Wizard radio trigger ever, the MiniTT1 Transmitter for Nikon locks onto the camera's hot shoe supporting an on-camera flash with its own hot shoe while working with remote PocketWizard units. Remotes can be one or more PocketWizard FlexTT5 Transceivers connected to Nikon i-TTL flashes or any PocketWizard Receiver for triggering flash or remote cameras
A 5m sync cord (PC-EL Amphenol) for use with Elinchrom Style S, RX, Digital and Digital RX heads.