A fellow photographer let me borrow a couple of PocketWizard Plus III Transceivers for a recent Syracuse Crunch game. I placed one transceiver on the camera I was using and one on another camera I placed over one of the goals. I attached a cable from the PocketWizard to the remote camera’s 10-pin Remote Terminal and placed both transceivers on the same channel. This setup would trip the remote camera’s shutter whenever I pressed the shutter on the camera I was using.
Even though I pressed my shutter hundreds of times that night, I only got 25 photos taken on the remote camera. Of those, the two photos posted here is the best example of what I was shooting for (pun intended). This experiment proved the concept works and I need to read more about these remotes to get them to work all the time.