PocketWizard was born in a secret electronics laboratory somewhere in Burlington, Vermont in the late 1980’s. An assistant working for an architectural photographer approached one of the founders of Lab Partner’s Associates (LPA) with a need for something better than a modified garage door opener to trigger some lights on shoots. Thus the FlashWizard radio slave was born, the predecessor to the PocketWizard radio slave.
PocketWizard’s main concern is to provide photographers with the best wireless equipment any company can offer. In 1990 PocketWizard launched their line of precision wireless control devices, such as the Plus and MultiMAX products. Since then, these two products had evolved significantly and have become the only choice when reliability is the number one concern. In 2009 PocketWizard launched a new era of triggering devices featuring the MiniTT1 Transmitter and the Flex TT5 Transceiver for Canon, and then for Nikon in 2010. In the same year the AC3 ZoneController was introduced as a simple way to dial power levels up and down in both TTL and manual for both speedlights and studio lights.
Today, PocketWizard radios are the industry leaders in wireless control and synchronization of cameras, flash lighting and light meters. They are sold by leading photographic distributors around the world and are integrated with products from top photography manufacturers, including Sekonic, Bowens, Profoto, Dynalite, and others. Meanwhile, tucked away in South Burlington, the engineers at LPA continue to develop new products photographers will need tomorrow.
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