RPS Studio 3.5 Mini to Male PC, 15' Straight Flash Sync Cord #RS-8522 - (Equivalent of Pocket Wizard PC16 Cord)

SKU: FAMPMPPC15 MFR: RS-8522

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About RPS Studio

These straight cords are primarily used to connect studio flash units such as monolites, accessory flash units, or speedlights for DSLR's, to RF type wireless trigger systems, such as the Pocket Wizard.

Made of the finest materials for long and dependable service. They feature molded strain reliefs for reliability, and come in a variety of connectors depending on the flash type being connected.

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GREG R  Needed a spare.
william t  i wish to connect my fujifilm x-pro 1 to my nikon sb 28 flash head using a pc cord with 10-15 feet in length. the pc connection on the x-pro1 is smaller than that on the sb 28. also, does the connecting cable need male or female heads on each end (not having used sync cords before)?
PHILIP K  In my experience, the flash unit cord has its own proprietary prong (eg, Vivitar is different than Sunpak or Metz), generally ending with a cylindrical (female?) plug. I then buy a cord from Paramount that fits on my lens (in my case a bipost),, which at the other end has a compatible cylindrical plug.
william t  i wish to connect my fujifilm x-pro 1 to my nikon sb 28 flash head using a pc cord with 10-15 feet in length. the pc connection on the x-pro1 is smaller than that on the sb 28. also, does the connecting cable need male or female heads on each end (not having used sync cords before)?
PHILIP K  In my experience, the flash unit cord has its own proprietary prong (eg, Vivitar is different than Sunpak or Metz), generally ending with a cylindrical (female?) plug. I then buy a cord from Paramount that fits on my lens (in my case a bipost),, which at the other end has a compatible cylindrical plug.
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