SKU: GC49-45.3.PC1N

PocketWizard PC1N Locking PC Sync Cable

For connecting a PocketWizard radio (including FlexTT5) to any flash equipped with a PC terminal or for connecting a camera or lens PC terminal to a transmitting PocketWizard radio (except MiniTT1 and FlexTT5).

Cable length: Coiled: 1' (30.5 cm) extended

From 1/8" (3.5 mm) mono miniphone

To locking PC male

Compatible with most camera or flash PC terminals, including non-locking and locking ring-equipped models.

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For connecting a PocketWizard radio (including FlexTT5) to any flash equipped with a PC terminal or for connecting a camera or lens PC terminal to a transmitting PocketWizard radio (except MiniTT1 and FlexTT5).

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