Pocket Wizard clip mounted on a light stand

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Here is a pic of the mini-biner clip mount for the Pocket Wizard attached to a lightstand.

SB-26 above right, sb-28 below left.

muse1nspired, Willliam Lewis, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. NeilNorman Light Tamer 79 months ago | reply

    great idea.

    i have a question.
    I have a cactus v2s and the same flash and bracket u have.

    What cord do i need to have the cactus hanging on the side like yours?
    is that a male to male sync cord?

    thanks!

  2. jameshamiltonphotography 79 months ago | reply

    The cord I use with the PW's is a 1/8 to pc sync. I do not own the cactus so I would no know what it requires.

  3. JAW5H 2.8 79 months ago | reply

    can a pw trigger an IR based flash?

  4. jameshamiltonphotography 79 months ago | reply

    Only if the IR based flash has a pc sync port on it. The PW needs to be physically connected to the flash via some means whether it is s pc sync port or a hotshoe adapter that it can be connected to.

  5. DenkenPhoto 35 months ago | reply

    Hello, I like your strobist style and I imagine you must have had some timpe to play with different configs, Have you ever tried to fire 4 flashes with a single powet wizard? I dont have a PW to try for my self but if if worked like that it would be a no brainer for the purchase of the PW's. Thanks and congrats for your work.

  6. jameshamiltonphotography 35 months ago | reply

    Thank you! No I have not fired more than two from one pocket wizard. I believe that is even frowned upon by the people that make them. From playing with cheap triggers and these in many configs I would say that it is something that should work, not that it couldn't cause you some problems that you won't know until you try it. Best of luck!

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