Adorama 1.6' Off Camera Dedicated Flash Cord for Nikon DSLR

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Finally, a TTL cord with a bounce feature. No more close up shots missed or ruined because the flash was unable to angle down to give complete coverage to the subject.

This cord can be mounted onto an accessory shoe or a light stand. Just remove the locking screw that would be used to secure the unit to an accessory shoe and a 1/4-20 female thread remains to allow the tilt shoe to be mounted to a light stand or tripod.

Full dedicated operation of the flash is the same as if the flash were mounted directly onto the camera hot shoe. 1.6 feet / 1 Meter.

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Reviewed by 2 customers

 
5.0

Exactly what I wanted.

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from Florida  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I use this with a on a Newton rotator with diffuser on my flash to soften flash and reduce shadows. It is a perfect length. Just enough to allow easy manipulation of rotator without getting in my way. Having all cords exit the same side on connectors really helps with this. It fits my needs perfectly. Wish NIKON had built one years ago.

 
4.0

Hits the mark

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from Chester County, PA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Great price point on this cord versus the Nikon cord. I'm using this with a Nikon D300 with battery pack and a Stroboframe Press-T bracket. This shorter cord eliminates all of the unnecceary length of the Nikon cord flopping around. If your going to get the flash off of the camnera to some moderate distance, you're probably going to go wireless, and not put up with a cumbersome cord. This shorter cord is perfect for use with a bracket. Appears to be well made with metal parts where metal parts should be. The flash gun tilt mechansism is a nice added feature.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Bob M  I ordered this to go with the new flash, since I'm pretty sure i'll need to use it on the bracket at some point. If not mistaken about this, I can probably use it with my 8008s and the dedicated flash I use with it also. Yup, I still burn film too. It does have certain advantages.
Pat R  can this be used with a Nikon SB - 28 speedlight on a bracket with a Nikon D40 and/or Nikon 5100?
Bob M  Well Pat, I'm left to presume the SB-28 is one of the last Nikon Dedicated flash guns to use the High Voltage trigger voltage. If this is indeed the case, the answer is, emphatically NO! It will, no doubt 'fry' your didital camera. The only way you can use this great unit is to isolate it with the bracket, and fire it with a radio trigger device. I did this myself, except with a Nikon digital and a Vivitar 5200 flash' The cord in no way isolates the Hi-Volt trigger in the older flash from the sensitive digital camera circuitry. That SB-28 would work great with my 8008s. Hint, hint! :)
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