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Tentacle Sync Tentacle to DSLR 3.5mm Mini-Jack Cable (Right Angle 12")

BH #TEC07 • MFR #C07
Tentacle Sync Tentacle to DSLR 3.5mm Mini-Jack Cable (Right Angle 12")
Key Features
  • One Right-Angle 3.5mm TRS Connector
  • One Right-Angle 3.5mm TRS Connector
  • 12" Length Cable
Use the Tentacle to DSLR 3.5mm Mini-Jack Cable Right Angle 12" to feed a timecode signal from a Tentacle Sync timecode generator to any DSLR, camera, or recorder using a 3.5mm TRS jack input. This cable features a right-angle, 3.5mm Neutrik mini-TRS jack connection to the Tentacle unit.
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This is for connecting my pocket wizard to my ...

This is for connecting my pocket wizard to my Profoto light. I usually use the PocketWizard MM1 Flash Sync Cable Mono Miniphone to Mono Miniphone but they are back-ordered. Will these work?
Asked by: Tim
This Tentacle Sync Tentacle to DSLR 3.5mm Mini-Jack Cable (Right Angle 12") BH #TEC07 is a stereo TRS cable and is not electrically configured like a mono TS cable would be. Here is a 16" flash sync cord cable: Nisha Miniphone 1/8" (3.5mm) Male to Miniphone 1/8" (3.5mm) Male Sync Cord (16") B&H # NIFSC163535 MFR # FSC163535
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2021-07-21

Will this cable work for zoom f6 timecode with ...

Will this cable work for zoom f6 timecode with track e?
Asked by: John Daniel
Yes, the Tentacle Sync Tentacle to DSLR 3.5mm Mini-Jack Cable could be used to send timecode signal between the Tentacle Sync TRACK E and the Zoom F6 Multitrack Field Recorder.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-02-16

Can it work with any timecode box?

Can it work with any timecode box?
Asked by: Edward
The Tentacle Sync C07 Tentacle to DSLR 3.5mm Mini-Jack Cable is designed to send timecode from a Tentacle Sync timecode generator to any DSLR camera or recorder that includes a 3.5mm TRS input jack. This cable should also work with other timecode generators that use a 3.5mm TRS timecode output connection to send timecode to a camera or recorder that has a 3.5mm TRS input.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2022-07-25
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