Flashpoint Safe-Sync Hot Shoe to Hot Shoe with PC Socket

Flashpoint
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About Flashpoint

Protect your camera from high sync voltages
Reduces flash sync voltages to safe levels for camera
Comes with PC socket

The Flashpoint Safe-Sync is simply mounted onto the hotshoe of the camera. This Safe-Sync provides abulit in hotshoe to mount your flash unit directly. It also employs a PC socket for connecting the output to your flash unit's sync input.

Flashpoint Features

  • Regulates and reduces the flash sync high voltage from flash unit.
  • Uses Cr2032 for LED lamp display
  • Input sync volts is up to 300V and output voltage to camera is 3.36V

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from Bear, Delaware  -  Semi-pro Photographer

After purchasing Canon's 6D and I realized it did not have a PC socket/terminal. I had to find an accessory to connect my PC cables. This was the best pick for me. It allows the use of other devices and/or strobes to trip and at the same time you are able to trigger an on camera flash or any other hot shoe accessories. It's battery power and has a test button to check prior to each event or photo shoot. It's a must for Canon 6D accessories.

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Shopper  would this work on a Nikon SB 3100 cameria with a Nikon SB 600 strobe?
VARUM K  Nikon SB 600 will work all DSLR
Michael S  This or Wein unit? To use with D1x and D90 and older Norman 800, 1200, and 2000 (Have been using photocells). This 300V down to 3.6V; Wein does not state upper while stepping down to 6V. Seems 3.6V would be a better hedge.
MARLON M  Unfortunately, I an EOS system owner and can not help with information pertaining to Nikon systems.
Shopper  can this item be used on a nikon d7000? I have an old Metz 45CT-1 flash with lots of voltage.
MARLON M  This will work all hot shoe mount flashes… may they be dedicator or not. I've used my vivtar 283 and it worked fine. It is my understanding, if it fits a hot shoe it will work.
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