PocketWizard 802-501 CM-N3-ACC-1 Cable with MSMM Miniphone Adapter (Black)
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- Use the included MSMM Adapter to convert the stereo jack of the ACC cables to a mono-miniphone jack^These new style modular ACC-1 cables replace current Motor Drive Cables. For use with all Standard and Control TL PocketWizard radios.^New-style ACC cables are one foot in length which is indicated by "-1" in the product name
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|Item Dimensions||0.02 x 0.02 x 12 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.02 pounds|
Use the included MSMM Adapter to convert the stereo jack of the ACC cables to a mono-miniphone jack for use with top-connected PocketWizard Plus II series or MultiMAX series radios. Or remove the adapter for direct connection to the PocketWizard Plus III and the ACC Jack on newer MultiMAX radios for ON/OFF switching of remote cameras connected to Plus III or newer MultiMAX radios. New-style ACC cables are one foot in length which is indicated by "-1" in the product name. The new style ACC-1 cables replace current Motor Drive Cables. The Current three-foot Remote ACC cables will continue in the line and be packaged with the MSMM Miniphone Adapter.
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The other way I use this setup is to make the 40D a slave to my primary camera, a Canon 7D. With the TT1 mounted on the 7Ds hot shoe every time I trip the shutter both cameras fire. The 40D fires slightly after the 7D but that's a function of physics, not a fault of the equipment.
Quality and workmanship appear to be top notch so this should last a long time. The only negative thing I can comment on is how tightly the plug fits in the camera external shutter release port. It is quite hard to remove but it will come out with firm pulling tension.
PocketWizard cables are clearly superior to the common freebies, which appear to be generic products sourced from China.
The problem with cheap cables, particularly the Canon N3 type connector, is that the locking mechanism is poor quality and sometimes refuses to release from the camera body. This can be very alarming since any damage to the camera's jack would result in a very expensive repair, and might render the camera inoperable.
PocketWizard cables seem to be built to a very high standard expected of a leading name brand, with superior materials and precision connectors.