Cactus Shutter Cable SC-C3 for Canon EOS 50D Cameras

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SKU: CACV5CC3 MFR: DICSHTCACC3
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About Cactus DICSHTCACC3

The Cactus V5 Shutter Cable for Canon EOS 5D/1D Cameras allows you to convert your Cactus V5 Wireless Flash Triggers into a wireless shutter release device. This device is quite essential for night photography or using bulb modes. All you have to do is connect the cable from your camera's remote control plug to the Cactus V5's X-Sync Port and away you go. This will not interfere with using wireless flashes with other Cactus V5s.

Compatible with the following cameras
• EOS 10D
• EOS 1D Mark II N
• EOS 1V
• EOS 20D
• EOS 10D
• EOS 20Da
• EOS 3
• EOS 30D
• EOS 40D
• EOS 50D
• EOS 5D
• EOS 5D Mark II
• EOS 5D Mark III
• EOS 6D Body
• EOS 70D EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Kit
• EOS 7D Body
• EOS D30
• EOS D60
• EOS-1D
• EOS-1D MARK II
• EOS-1D Mark III
• EOS-1D Mark IV
• EOS-1D X
• EOS-1Ds
• EOS-1Ds Mark II
• EOS-1Ds Mark III

Cactus DICSHTCACC3 Specifications

Length of cable
32.5cm/ 12.79" fully extended to about 60cm /23.62"
Weight
21g / 0.74 oz
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Terry A  Do you have cable for cactus V5 duo to Canon 5D Mark3 for use as a remote shutter release? other question: I assume I need it to go from the cactus to a three pin remote shutter connection on the canon not to the Flash connection on the canon?
MATTHEW G  Terry, I have 3 sets of the cactus V5 triggers for my Canon. I also have the release cable. You attach the 3 pin cable into your camera with 1 of the V5 triggers connected. You set that trigger connected to the camera as a receiver. I use another V5 trigger as a transmitter to fire off the camera. Those 2 V5 share the same frequency. On my flash shoot on the top of my camera I have another V5 (in transmitter mode) that has the same frequency to my flashes. V5 triggers on my Flash are set to receiver. So this way I can remotely shoot with a trigger in my hand. My camera will shoot because of the cable. And when my shutter fires so will my flashes. You need 6 triggers in all to do this when you have 3 flashes. 4 triggers to use just one flash. and just a pair of V5 with the cable release to shoot off your camera remotely. I hope this answers your question. Cheers Matt Cheers.
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