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Manfrotto 350VMB tripodl legs, 516 fluid head, 100mm ball Bogen
Manfrotto 350VMB tripodl legs, 516 fluid head, 100mm ball Bogen
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Optical wireless Hotshoe Adapter remote flash slave sensor & PC
Optical wireless Hotshoe Adapter remote flash slave sensor & PC
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One wireless optical PC Sync Hot Shoe Adapter for your SLR camera flash to trigger the flash in response to another flash firing. This is an inexpensive way to add wireless triggering / slave mode capability to your speedlight flash.

Also has a pc sync connector to allow connecting your flash via cable to a camera or 2nd flash unit.

A standard hotshoe type mount is included underneath or the unit can be mounted directly to almost any tripod or light stand via the 1/4" threaded socket.

Included items

  • One hotshoe adaptor with optical sensor


  • Optical sensor

  • "PC sync" connector (for cameras NOT computers)

  • Hotshoe mount with 1/4" threaded socket

  • Does not support i-ttl, e-ttl, p-ttl etc. Will work with these flashes but only in manual mode.

NB : Canon 430ex & 580ex flashes (both I & II) will only fire once with these optical slaves. We recommend using radio triggers instead.

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 01 March, 2009.
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