£145.90 delivered at CameraKing Pocket Wizard Plus II Transceiver (433 MHz) incl. MPCF adapter & PCI cable - HotUKDeals
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Utilizing advanced digital technology, four, 16-bit channels are available for selective firing of lights or remote cameras. Images can be captured at up to 12 frames-per-second, faster then any current DSLR. Ultra-fast microprocessors allow for top sync speeds of 1/250th-second for focal-plane shutters and 1/500th for leaf shutters.

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#1
Although we are not allowed to post the deals direct I picked up the same item on Amazon via CameraKing the same seller with free delivery for £134.85, fantastic price.

Edited By: esq3585 on Aug 11, 2010 14:01: price change
#2
24hr next day delivery too. 8)
suspended#3
What is it???
#4
It's a wireless flash trigger with a massive 1600ft range
#6
mikbak
What is it???

yeah what is it ?
#7
its for photographers
thought it was some survalience kit lol
#8
Also for strobists out there a new ebay trigger has appeared on the market in the last few months for Canon cameras with full TTL and HighSpeedSync for just over the hundred quid mark called Pixel Knight, worth having a look at.

http://www.flickr.com/groups/strobist/discuss/72157623797323770/?search=pixel+trigger
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Handy for placing flashes where the eye cannot see them, i.e. inside this cockpit.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jackhawkes/3987956916/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jspitfire/3462762485/

Edited By: esq3585 on Aug 11, 2010 14:10: extra link
#10
Meant to add you can also trigger the camera remotely as this distance too.

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