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After more than a decade of reliability, success and popularity, the legacy of the PocketWizard Plus Series continues with its most advanced and yet easy-to-use next generation radio transceiver, the affordable PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver. Modelled to fit the needs and budget of the Plus Series market, the Plus III offers significant upgrades only found on the ultimate PocketWizard: the MultiMAX. Impressive features such as 32 channels (16 Standard and 16 Quad-Zone Triggering channels) allow the photographer to activate or deactivate remote flash units or cameras wirelessly in four separately controllable zones (A, B, C, D), just like the MultiMAX.

In addition, the New Plus III Transceiver is a selectable Transmitter, Receiver or Transceiver** radio incorporated into a new contoured modern housing. It offers familiar features such as Auto-Sensing Transceiver Mode and Relay Mode in addition to cool new advanced features never before offered in an affordable radio.

Immediately as you hold the Plus III in your hand, you’ll notice the amber backlit LCD screen and clean layout of the rubberised buttons that drive the Plus III to perform the task at hand. Channels, Quad-Zones, radio mode and even the battery status are all displayed for immediate viewing by the photographer. In addition, the Plus III’s system compatibility (with the MultiMAX) offers MultiMAX shooters, or those who wish they were an affordable opportunity to entire the world of Quad-Zone Triggering, and much more.

* Please note: Our PocketWizards use the 433mhz frequency range which is NOT the same as the US spec PocketWizard which uses 344.04mhz. In Australia the maximum output power in the 344mhz frequency is limited to 10 "microwatt". PocketWizards output at 1 "milliwatt" which renders US spec PocketWizards legally inoperable in Australia. Australian and US PocketWizard units are not compatible with each other for this reason.

** Each PocketWizard is a single unit that acts as either a transmitter or receiver. Two or more PocketWizards are required to trigger off-camera flash units or other cameras.


CE model: 433.42 – 434.42 MHz


32 channels

1-16 standard channels
17-32 selective Quad-Zone Triggering channels
Reverse compatible with all PocketWizard radios of the same frequency* using standard or Quad-Zone Triggering channels (*FCC and CE PocketWizard radios work on different frequencies)


A – B – C – D
Compatible with other PocketWizard radios with Quad-Zone Triggering channels


Precision tuned internal coil


Backlit 2.5cm (1.0”) liquid crystal display (LCD)


Up to 500 meters (1600 feet)
(actual range is dependent on multiple factors including equipment, mode, environment, positioning, orientation and interference)

Sync Speed

Up to 1/250 for focal plane shutters
Up to 1/500 for leaf shutters

Triggering Speed

Up to 14.5 FPS

Contact Time

62 milliseconds in normal operation
2 milliseconds in High Speed Receive (HSR) Mode

Status Indicator

LED: Green, Amber, Red status indications

Transmit Output Power

Less than 1 milliwatt (0.001 watt)


Two (2) AA (IEC:LR6) alkaline recommended
NiMH, NiCAD, NiZn, Lithium acceptable (these chemistries may not report battery life accurately)
USB (optional AC adapter PW-AC-USB available)

Battery Life

Up to 50 hours (with alkaline batteries)

Max Port Sync Voltage

300 Volts (Camera/Flash Port)

Max Current Handling

1.0 A peak, 0.2 A (1/5 Amp or 200 milliamp) continuous current limited

Voltage Present

3 volts, safe for use with all digital and film cameras


USB 2.0 Mini-B Connector


High impact plastic with captive battery door


120 grams (4 ounces) with batteries installed


Height: 13.3 cm (5.25”)
Width: 5.1 cm (2.00”)
Depth: 3.2 cm (1.25”)

Operating Temperature

Above -15° C (5° F) and below 50° C (120° F).

* Specifications subject to change by the manufacturer without notice

Stereo (1/8") miniphone to miniphone cable
Mono 3.5mm miniphone to locking PC cable
Stereo 3.5mm miniphone to 6.3mm (1/4") adapter
Operation reference sticker
Quick Guide


* Dispatch timeframes are indications only and may vary for multiple quantities. Timeframes are updated regularly during normal business hours.