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Quantum Instruments MVI Dedicated Module (Connection Cable) - to Power Sigma EF500 Series, Vivitar 736AFM and 840AFC Flash with QB1+ or QB1c Battery Pack

B&H # QUMVI Mfr # MVI
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This connection cable will allow a QB1+ or QB1c battery pack to power the following flashes: Sigma EF500 series, Vivitar 736AFM and 840AFC flash.

Quantum Instruments MVI Dedicated Module (Connection Cable) - to Power Sigma EF500 Series, Vivitar 736AFM and 840AFC Flash with QB1+ or QB1c Battery Pack
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    Quantum InstrumentsMVI Cable for QB1+ or QB1c
     
    4.5

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    4.0

    Works just as I expected...

    By Photography by BJ

    from Odessa, FL

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Bulky
    • Costly

    Best Uses

      Comments about Quantum Instruments MVI Cable for QB1+ or QB1c:

      I had rebuilt (replaced the actual batteries) in a 25 year old QB1 pack, and wanted to use it with my Sigma EF610DG flash. According to Quantum's website the MVI cable was the compatible version, and it certainly does the trick. It does take a bit of wiggling to get the battery module into the slot, and unfortunately the way the door closes makes it a little clunky (certainly not the cable's fault). The included velcro strap and pads works to keep the door secured. One feature I love, which my older power cable (for a Vivitar 285) doesn't have, is the "locking fingers" at the end which goes to the QB1 pack itself... I never had a problem with the cable becoming unplugged, but I like the extra security. My only real gripe about the product is the cost... the MSRP from Quantum seems very high for what you're getting, especially after spending as much as you have for the battery pack itself!

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      5.0

      MVI Cable for Sigma Flash

      By bjsteph001

      from Highland, CA

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Charges Quickly
      • Good Value
      • Long-Lasting

      Cons

      • No Cons at this time

      Best Uses

      • Professional Cameras
      • Upgrade

      Comments about Quantum Instruments MVI Cable for QB1+ or QB1c:

      Item inserts easily into flash and plugs into my QB1+ battery. I love the fact that I can take multiple flashes knowing that I do not have to worry about running out of power. I recommend both these products

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