Sea & Sea 5-Pin Dual Sync Cord for Nikons (Mfg #03470)

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About Sea & Sea 5-Pin Dual Sync Cord for Nikons (Mfg #03470)

Need a new or replacement Sync cord for your underwater cameras Strobe System? This Sea & Sea Sync Cord is compatible with Nikonos V, The RS and Housed SLR systems and is for TTL flash photography. Allows the photographer to create more precise images with Through The Lens (TTL) Monitoring of light for Dual flash requirements. Improve your skills as a photographer and get better photographs with this Sea & Sea Sync Cord. Cord is not compatible with YS-60TTL.

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Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.
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Sea & Sea 5-Pin Dual Sync Cord for Nikons (Mfg #03470) Features

  • Improves Flash Photography
  • Compatible with Nikonos V, The RS and Housed SLR Systems
  • Allows Through The Lens Monitoring (TTL)
  • Connects Two Strobes to Camera

Sea & Sea 5-Pin Dual Sync Cord for Nikons (Mfg #03470) Specifications

Weight [with packaging]
0.75 lb
Mfr #

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Paul S  I am shooting a CANON 7D with an AQUATICA HOUSING and INON Z220 STROBES...Is this the correct Y CORD that I need???
NEIL N  Hi Paul...sorry that will not work. It is Sea&Sea specific to Nikon.
Shopper  Will this work for RDX housings?
Brett H  Yes most RDX housings have a port for this 5 pin sync cord to let you connect external strobes. Keep in mind you may need a YS converter such as this: if you want the camera to have TTL control of the strobes. As always you should consult sea and sea's system chart for your specific camera and housing setup to make sure you choose the best possible setup.
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