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Frees your hot shoe or
PC terminal for a dedicated/TTL flash connection while using any Pro-Sync
system. The tiny module Velcros to your on-camera flash and senses when it
fires, then completes the circuit that triggers your Pro-Sync transmitter.
Sync-Link keeps your transmitter "outside the loop," allowing
for normal connection of flash to camera. Sync-Link also adds on-camera
flash/remote flash switching capability, similar to that of the Pro-Sync
LX, to 1 channel Pro-Sync systems. Choose WeinTip connector for Pro-Syncs
made prior to August 1994, or a Mini-Plug version for newer models,
identifiable by a locking hot shoe.
Cat. No. 990-600 (WeinTip Connector)
Cat. No. 990-650 (Mini-Plug Connector)
Positively lets you
know that every remote flash fired, every time! Stick a cordless TeleFlash
onto each flash in your set-up (or clip it to the flash cord for better
visibility). TeleFlash detects the electro-magnetic surge of a
"good" flash firing, blinks a bright red LED for 5-10 seconds,
then automatically resets for the next shot.
A quick glance at each TeleFlash in your studio gives you instant,
reliable flash confirmation. A single 9V battery (not included) provides
power for thousands of activations.
Cat. No. 970-100
Eliminates the need for
a PC hookup to your flash meter when taking exposure readings! Attach with
Velcro to your flash meter, plug into the PC terminal, then connect a Wein
SSL Ultra Slave (at least one required) to the main flash. Each time you
press the flash meter exposure button, Meter Mate 2 emits an invisible
pulse of infrared light that fires your entire slaved flash setup,
cordlessly, from up to 100 feet away. Transmitter comes with a replaceable
battery that powers up to 6,000 firings. An ideal addition to SSR/SSR-jr.
Studio remote systems.
Cat. No. 990-750 (Meter-mate 2 only)
Cat. No. 920-500 (Meter-Mate 2/Ultra Slave Kit)
Wein flash meters
– classic, and still going strong!
- Economical, reliable,
excellent for serious enthusiasts.
- Trouble-free analog
- Standard model (shown)
provides readings from f/2-f/22, accurate to 1/3 stop.
- Deluxe model provides
readings from f/2- f/90, accurate to 1/6 stop.
Cat. No. 950-020 (Deluxe)
Replacement Foot/Slave for
Vivitar 283/285 (FFA)
A hot shoe with a plus:
adds remote control versatility to any shoe type flash, and repairs
broken feet on Vivitar 283 or 285 strobes!
- Slides on any flash foot
with no other connection necessary.
- Built in slave has 150-foot
- Includes special hardware
needed to attach slave to Vivitar foot as a permanent reinforcement or
repair. No rewiring or factory service necessary!
- Built-in "H"-prong
(female) terminal offers alternative to less reliable PC plugs,
overrides slave when sync cord is connected.
- Aircraft aluminum housing
with 1/4”-20 threaded socket underneath for tripod and light stand mounting.
Adapters and Connectors
- Safe-Sync™ - Reduces flash
synchronization voltage to 6V, protecting camera shutter contacts from
arching and pitting.
Cat. No. 990-500
- Safe-Sync™ HS-
Same as above, but with hot shoe and threaded PC contacts.
Cat. No. 990-550
- "H"- Prong to
Cat. No. 990-315
- SB-24/SB-25 Adapter - Allows
any Ultra Slave, Micro Ultra Slave or Pro-Sync™ infrared receiver to
be connected directly to Nikon SB-24, SB-25 or SB-26 flash units.
Cat. No. 990-325
- "H"- prong to PC
adapter, 9 inch cord.
Cat. No. 990-305
- TT-100 Professional heavy duty table top tripod for still
cameras, video cameras and microphones. Spring loaded collapsible
legs. fully articulated ball joint adjustment with rugged 1/4 20 male
thread and tightening wheel . Collapses to 5 1/2 inches yet
supports pounds of weight
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