With two ¼-20 mounting points, the AC7 can be mounted both vertically and horizontally on light stands, clamps, brackets or simply handheld. The back of the flash remains open for complete access to the LCD and flash controls and there is access to the remote power port. The flash head can be rotated when using the AC7 shield due to a small cut-away in the side of the shield.


When used with an umbrella, the AC7’s lay-flat design places the flash more in the center of the umbrella than usual and produces a symmetrical light shape for incredibly even light dispersion. Most of the popular diffusers, grids, snoots and reflectors can still be used with the AC7 shield in place.


For photographers who want to take advantage of the unique capabilities of the MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 Radios when using the Canon 580EX, 580EX II and 430EX flashes, the AC7 shield provides a solution for working ranges that meet or exceed those typical of off-camera flash photography. The Canon 550EX, 270EX and newer 430EX II emit relatively low EMI and work well with the FlexTT5 without shielding. PocketWizard is committed to exploring other solutions to maximize the performance of the ControlTL system.

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Whether firing a remote camera, using TTL flash for a wedding or portrait or working in a commercial studio with studio power packs and heads. PocketWizard’s wireless triggering systems make it possible. PocketWizard radio systems enable untethered triggering between all components of a photographic system, no matter how simple or complex the remote triggering needs. With features such as E-TTL II for Canon & CLS / i-TTL for Nikon, PocketWizard have a reliable solution for off-camera TTL flash or remote camera operation allowing triggering up to 500m.