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  • Pixel 3.6M /10 FEET E-TTL Off-Camera Shoe Cord for Canon DSLR Flash 580EX II 550EX Canon 430EX II Canon 420EX 380EX replaces OC-E3b
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Pixel 3.6M /10 FEET E-TTL Off-Camera Shoe Cord for Canon DSLR Flash 580EX II 550EX Canon 430EX II Canon 420EX 380EX replaces OC-E3b

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  • High Quality flash E-TTL Off-Camera Shoe Cord for Canon DSLR and Flashes replace OC-E3b
  • It can be used as far as approximately 3.6 meters/ 10 feet away from the camera, more flexible!!!
  • This cord provides E-TTL II / E-TTL and traditional for Canon Speedlites when used off-camera with Canon SLR/DSLR cameras, all automatic functions of the EOS cameras are retained.
  • It is fully compatible with Canon ex/ez series speedlites and EOS cameras, for Canon DSLR EOS 1Ds, EOS 1Ds Mark II III, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 5D, 7D, Digital Rebel (300D), Rebel XT (350D), Rebel XTi (400D), Rebel XS (1000D) & Rebel XSi (450D) 500D, etc
  • Compatible with Canon Flashes 220EX, 300EZ, 380EX, 420EZ, 420EX, 430EZ, 430EX, 430EX II, 480EG, 540EZ, 550EX, 580EX, etc
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Pixel 3.6M /10 FEET E-TTL Off-Camera Shoe Cord for Canon DSLR Flash 580EX II 550EX Canon 430EX II Canon 420EX 380EX replaces OC-E3b + Canon Speedlite 430EX II Flash for Canon Digital SLR Cameras + Fotodiox 6"x8" Softbox for Flash, Speedlight, Nikon SB-600, SB-700, SB-800, SB-900, SB-910, Canon Speedlite 380EX, 430EX, II, 550EX, 580EX, II, 600EX-RT, Vivita Flash, Sunpack, Sunpak, Nissin, Sigma, Sony, Pentax, Olympus, Panasonic Lumix Flashes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 6 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003GR6IUK
  • Item model number: Pixel_Canon_TTL_Cord
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 12, 2010

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Customer Reviews

I'm gonna get a better one that isn't junk like this is, don't buy it!
Nathan Katsiaficas
This cord gives you all the same electrical connections with a more flexible cord that also stretches up to about 6 feet without too much tug.
Kirk Tuck
The plastic hot shoe (Flash side of the wire) has a metal connector, but the flip side that attaches to a tripod isn't.
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136 of 139 people found the following review helpful By Chipaul Cao on April 23, 2011
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I have read all the reviews on this product before I bought. There have been very conflicting reviews on this product and I decided to put in my 2cent comment here to help sort out the confusion (I seldom write product reviews as it's very cumbersome and time consuming).

I am a engineer and am also a good handy man. I always expect that a good product should not only function properly but should also feel good on your hand (touch inspection) and should have good quality appearance (uniformity/consistency under visual inspection). When viewing from different angles under light, a good material should reflect light uniformly (i.e. no warping, no defect, no inconsistency in material from one section to another).

Followings are my comments for the Pixel FC-311 cable (3m/10ft long).

(1) There seem to be two vendors for this product on amazon: Rainbow and Cowboy. Like another reviewer have mentioned, Amazon seems to mix the product reviews from these two vendors. If you search for it, Cowboy would always be the one that pops up. Even after I bought it from Rainbow, when I clicked the item description from the actual electronic RECEIPT, Amazon would bring me to the product sold by Cowboy store and not Rainbow. That is more than just confusing. As for Cowboy, I bought two light stands before from Cowboy and the product I received didn't match what they advertised online. So this time, I tried to avoid them and bought it from Rainbow.

(2) The plastic jacket of this product is very smooth, consistent, and uniform when viewed under lighting from different angles. That suggests it's made with good material and workmanship. It doesn't feel cheap and does look like an OEM products (e.g. Canon or Nikon).
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113 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Fred101 on October 12, 2010
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The short story: I TWICE ordered this product and got absolute TRASH!! Then I read another review and learned how to get what I wanted. Read part (1) for the TRASH review. Then read part (2) to get the scoop on the GOOD ONE!

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Part(1) -- The TRASH Story
This sounded like exactly what I needed, and especially given the three five-star reviews. When I received it I liked what I saw, but when I went to mount it on the hotshoe of my Canon Rebel, I realized that the hot-shoe connector was in three pieces, held together only by the internal wiring. I contacted Cowboy Studio and they promptly sent a replacement. This one *looked* just fine when I received it. However, when I attempted to mount it in my hotshoe, it promptly came apart exactly like the first one. A tiny little tab of broken plastic fell out -- apparently all that held the pieces together, but much too flimsy to do the job (and I certainly didn't apply any force trying to mount it). I've contacted Cowboy Studio but haven't yet heard back from them. It's hard for me to believe that anyone could write a favorable review of this item if all of them are as poorly built as what I received, so perhaps I had the bad luck of receiving two defective units. If I hear from Cowboy Studio, I'll update this with what I learn, but in the mean time I'd certainly NOT recommend purchase of this item. It is inexpensive, but what I have received is totally non-functional.
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A belated update. Cowboy Studio (who was the supplier for my Amazon order) refunded my purchase with no hassles.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Angela on November 17, 2010
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I purchased this Off-Camera shoe cord and was awaiting it with great expectations. I was told that my 430EX Speedlite (Canon camera) would need a master flash to be used off camera. I was not about to invest over $400 for the 580EX II, which is the master flash I would have needed. I figured I would give this a try. I am very happy that I did! I was also told by a sales representative at a highly reputable and well known professional camera store that I "must" use only those flash supplies with a Canon camera that Canon sells... nah... don't ever fall for that! This one works like a charm. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the 10' cord is quite tightly wound up in its coils and it is hard to extend it past 4-5 feet as a result. I will have to spend some time stretching the cord to make it lose enough to stretch with ease.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kirk Tuck on July 17, 2010
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........of the much shorter Canon version. Canon's readily available cord stretches to about 24 inches but the emphasis is on stretches. It's pretty tight when it's moved that far. This cord gives you all the same electrical connections with a more flexible cord that also stretches up to about 6 feet without too much tug. I can't vouch for it's longterm reliability but if you don't put a lot of pressure on the cord needlessly I would think it will be just as reliable as anyone elses cord. It's nice to be able to get your flash much further away...
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D. N. Meads on March 22, 2011
Works great so far, but I'll give a bit of a warning. The shoe can go on the camera and also on the flash, backwards. When I first tried this cord it didn't work and I couldn't for the life of me figure out why. I quit patting myself on the back for saving money buying this one rather then the more expensive canon brand and starting feeling sorry for myself instead. That is until fiddling with it more helped me to discover that I'd put the shoe on the camera backwards. It even locked in place while on backwards.

Then later it again didn't work even though I knew it was on the camera correctly. Finally I thought to check to see if the other end was on the flash correctly and sure enough, I discovered that it would go on backwards too.

Once I had both sides in the right direction, it worked great! It was user error....and here I thought I was smarter then the average bear. Hope this helps someone avoid what I went through.
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