Pocket Wizard and Einstein 640

Started Nov 28, 2012 | Discussions thread
Onetrack97 Senior Member • Posts: 1,953
Re: Pocket Wizard and Einstein 640

Here's what I got back from Pocket Wizard.  Pretty fast response.

Hi Scott,
Thank you for your inquiry. The Sekonic 478 has 6 stops of control. By default, this is the top six stops, starting at 1/1 power and down from there. You can connect the PowerMC2 to the PocketWizard Utility and adjust the Flash Exposure Compensation under the Flash tab. You can read more about this here: http://wiki.pocketwizard.com/index.php?title=Exposure_Tab
When using the AC3 to control power, you can actually use the mode switch in A to add the FEC from your camera body itself to your AC3 settings. This isn't a fully tested or verified method, but I tried it in the studio for a few minutes and it seems to work pretty well.
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Best regards, Chris Valites
PocketWizard Support info@pocketwizard.com

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