Canon IFC-500U II USB 3.1 Gen 1 Interface Cable for EOS 7D Mark II, 5DS, or 5DS R DSLR Camera

BH #CAIFC500UII • MFR #9132B001
Canon IFC-500U II USB 3.1 Gen 1 Interface Cable for EOS 7D Mark II, 5DS, or 5DS R DSLR Camera
Key Features
  • Use with Camera's Cable Protector
With this IFC-500U II USB 3.0 Interface Cable from Canon, you can take advantage of fast file transfer from your EOS 7D Mark II, 5DS, or 5DS R DSLR to your computer or printer, and can also connect other accessories. The cable protector included with the camera must be used at all times to safeguard the camera's circuit board.
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Canon IFC-500U II Overview

With this IFC-500U II USB 3.0 Interface Cable from Canon, you can take advantage of fast file transfer from your EOS 7D Mark II, 5DS, or 5DS R DSLR to your computer or printer, and can also connect other accessories. The cable protector included with the camera must be used at all times to safeguard the camera's circuit board.

UPC: 013803237115

Canon IFC-500U II Specs

InterfaceUSB 3.0
Length15.4' / 4.7 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.435 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.15 x 2.25 x 2"
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Does the Canon IFC-500U II USB 3.1 Gen 1 Interface Cable for EOS 7D Mark II, 5DS, or 5DS R DSLR Camera come with a cable protector ?
Asked by: Robert
No Robert it does not come with a cable protector unfortunately . It's only when you buy the camera that you get the cable protector. I would recommend calling Canon directly for that piece
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Date published: 2018-10-24

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Can I use this cable on macbook pro with only a usb 2.0 outlet?
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my MacBook Pro is mid 2012, and I use it with no problems
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Is it better than Thether tool company's thethering cable ??
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Absolutely not. While I am a huge fan of Canon and Canon brand ( I will buy Canon brand-only on most items, AC cords, remotes, Speedlites), I have to say that Tether Tools is 10x the cable as this. I use a 5DSr tethered to a fast-as-you-can-buy gaming PC, and when I do automated focus stacks, running Live View on a constant 4K monitor, I notice a huge and I mean HUGE speed/refresh rate between the 2 cords. Tether Tools is a larger-diameter cable that supports faster travel, and plus the Tether Tools cable has the option of being powered from an AC supply, also boosting speeds and saving on battery power. Is this Canon-brand cable nice? Yes, undoubtedly. However, this is ONE of the very few cases where 3rd-party trumps OEM, mainly because the 3rd-party item is made to do a job that the Canon designers didn't prioritize (namely doing automated focus stacks with an autorail and Helicon Focus or doing tethered remote PC shooting where focus peaking and the screen refresh speed has to be top-notch. When I have my camera hooked into my microscope where the DoF is .008mm then I need refresh speed!
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why is this so slow with 5d mkiv?
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