Canon 5D Mark III
Review this page for information about the Canon 5D Mark III and its performance with PocketWizard radios.
General Canon Operational Considerations
The following operational considerations apply to all Canon cameras unless otherwise noted.
With a Canon camera and ControlTL radios the first exposure after initial connection or power-on is the calibration shot. It is recommended that you take the calibration shot at 1/125. This initiates communication between the camera and radio. This shot will not fire remote flashes.
Manually Select Camera Model
For best results with a Canon camera and ControlTL radios, be sure to manually select your camera model on the transmitting radio. Camera model selection is found on the "Channel" tab.
Use the grid below to view the 5D Mark III's HyperSync performance with a specific flash. Find your desired light in the left-hand column and select either "Highest Energy" or "Reduced Clipping" to download a PDF of the results.
|Einstein 640||Highest Energy||Reduced Clipping|
|Ranger RX S-Head||Highest Energy||Reduced Clipping|
|AlienBees B1600||Highest Energy||Reduced Clipping|
NOTE: All of the images contained in this table were captured using a MiniTT1 or FlexTT5 transmitter and a ControlTL receiver (such as the FlexTT5 with AC9 Adapter, PowerST4, or PowerMC2).
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