With the Wireless PRO, you are able to Jam-sync the Wireless PRO receiver (RX) with multiple cameras that do support Timecode. We'd recommend using Timecode mode 5, but you can achieve this by using Timecode mode 1.
Once one camera has been synced, you can disconnect the Wireless PRO RX and connect it to the next and the camera will free-run audio.
The amount of drift you will get on cameras and other professional devices that are jam-synced (so initially synchronised with the Wireless PRO RX and then left to free-run) will depend on the accuracy of the clock in the device.
Devices with accurate clocks like the Wireless PRO will remain in sync for a whole day. Devices with less accurate clocks will drift sooner - this depends entirely on the device being used. If your device exhibits more drift, then you can either re-jam more often or re-sync things as necessary in post-production.
Note: Some cameras feature dedicated timecode ports, in which case you will need to use Timecode Mode 5. If the port doesn’t feature a standard 3.5mm TRS connection, you’ll need an adaptor to connect your Wireless PRO receiver’s 3.5mm output to whichever proprietary format your camera uses. If your camera isn’t recognising the timecode signal sent to its dedicated timecode port, try raising the output gain level on the Wireless PRO receiver – some cameras only detect very loud signals.
For more information about the Wireless PRO, please see our Wireless PRO User Guide.