Pocket Wizard PowerMC2 with ControlTL for Einstein E640

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Notes: This receiver module plugs directly into an Einstein strobe. You will need to rent a separate Pocket Wizard of any variety to trigger the receiver from your camera. If you want to both trigger the MC2 and control flash power from your camera, you will need to rent either a TT5 for Canon or Nikon or a TT1 for Canon or Nikon in conjunction with the with the AC3 for Canon or Nikon. If you do not need to control flash power from your camera or if you are using a brand other than Canon or Nikon, then a regular Pocket Wizard (such as the Plus X or Plus III) on your camera's hot shoe will suffice.

Rental Includes:

  • • (1) MC2 Receiver
  • Specifications:

  • • Sync Port: 5-Pin Remote Socket Compatible with Einstein
  • • 52 Channels
  • The Pocket Wizard PowerMC2 with ControlTL for Einstein E640 is a radio receiver specifically compatible with the Einstein strobe. You will need to rent a separate Pocket Wizard of any variety to trigger the receiver from your camera. If you want to both trigger the MC2 and control flash power from your camera, you will need to rent either a TT5 for Canon or Nikon or a TT1 for Canon or Nikon in conjunction with the with the AC3 for Canon or Nikon. If you do not need to control flash power from your camera or if you are using a brand other than Canon or Nikon, then a regular Pocket Wizard (such as the Plus X or Plus III) on your camera's hot shoe will suffice. The MC2 features an automated HyperSync mode that will allow flash sync speeds up to 1/1250 seconds at full flash power. It is powered by the Einstein, so it does not need any batteries to operate. You can connect the MC2 to your computer with a USB cable (not included) and, with the use of the Pocket Wizard Utility software, you can pre-program the MC2 with preferred settings for your modeling lamp, power settings, HyperSync mode, and more. This receiver is ideal for wirelessly triggering an Einstein without having to have a standard Pocket Wizard dangling from the head via a sync cable.

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