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Canon CZ6-2358 Off-Camera Shoe Cord 2

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 118 g
  • Item model number: OFFCORD2
  • ASIN: B0000C4G7P
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan. 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

Product Description

This useful accessory maintains all on-camera flash functions for one Canon Speedlite used off-camera, at distances up to 2ft./60cm. Moving the Speedlite off-camera results in better control over lighting angle. * The Off-camera Sh Cord 2 is not compatible with the EOS 630 or RT. Although fully functional with all other EOS models, radio interference emitted by this product may exceed the specified limits in the United States, Canada, and Germany when used with the EOS 10s....

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on 22 May 2007
The off-camera shoe cord does what its supposed to, but I find it a little bit too expensive and limiting. If you want it to use the flash off camera it only allows you to move the flash 60cm away, however the cable is coiled which is very good for storage and keeping it tidy but it tends to pull the flash back towards the camera. I usually use the camera hand-held and set up the flash on a tripod but the cable has nearly pulled the whole thing over twice so I had to stop doing that. For me, I would have been better buying a 430EX Flash so that I could fire IT wirelessly with my 580EX. All in all its good just consider what you are going to be using it for.
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Well - it does what it says but it is extremely limiting. Fairly useless for portraits etc. and maybe more useful for macro although again - the reach is not really far enough that you can put it on a stand or tripod without it falling over.

You really need to hold it in one hand and the camera in the other to ensure it won't fall over, and as a result you lose a bit of control on the camera.

The jessops version is cheaper and longer - so take a look at this.
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It's a very basic piece of equipment, however it certainly does the job. I often use it for intimate gigs where I'm only going to be holding the flash at arms reach (it states 60cm but you can probably get a bit extra out of it), so it's often unnecessary for a transmitter. It also gives me the comfort to know that if the flash were to be knocked out of my hand by a miscellaneous leg in the air, I'm gonna be able to retrieve it rather easily.
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