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Tentacle Sync 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable for Sony FX3/FX30 (7.9")

BH #TEC24 • MFR #C24
Tentacle Sync 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable for Sony FX3/FX30 (7.9")
Key Features
  • Timecode from SYNC E/TRACK E Units
  • Right-Angle 3.5mm TRS Connector
  • Sony Multi Interface Connector
  • 7.9" Total Length
Feed timecode into your Sony FX3 or FX30 camera from your Tentacle Sync SYNC E, TRACK E, or original timecode unit using this 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable. Insert the right-angle 3.5mm TRS connector into your compatible timecode unit. Insert the Multi Interface connector into your Sony FX 3 or FX30 camera for a direct timecode connection without using BNC adapters. In total the cable measures 7.9" long for efficient cable runs.
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What A series Sony cameras does this work with ...

What A series Sony cameras does this work with today (June 2024). A7R 5, I hope?
Asked by: Thomas
The Tentacle Sync 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable for Sony FX3/FX30 (7.9") is only listed as compatible with the FX3 and FX30 cinema cameras.
Answered by: Alex D
Date published: 2024-06-09

Could this cable work with Sony A7IV and the Sony ...

Could this cable work with Sony A7IV and the Sony A7SIII? These cameras also have that same multi port.
Asked by: Johnathan
No, the Tentacle Sync C24 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable for Sony FX3/FX30 is not compatible for use with the Multi/Micro USB port on the Sony a7 IV and a7S III Mirrorless Cameras.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-10-22

Can this be used with the RODE Wireless Pro ...

Can this be used with the RODE Wireless Pro instead of using the 3.5mm-to-BNC and Sony Timecode adapter cable combo? (Sony FX3)
Asked by: Terry
No, the Tentacle Sync 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable for Sony FX3/FX30 will not work with the RODE Wireless PRO.
Answered by: Manny C
Date published: 2024-03-31

Has anyone tried it with a Zoom F6?

Has anyone tried it with a Zoom F6?
Asked by: Jerome
The Tentacle Sync C24 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable is not compatible for use with the Zoom F6 Multi-Track Field Recorder. The 3.5mm connector on the C24 cable is for connection to a Tentacle Sync SYNC E, TRACK E, or their original timecode unit and the other connector is a Multi Interface connector specifically for connection to a Sony FX3 or FX30 Cinema Camera.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2023-09-14

Does this cable and Tentacle Sync box need to be ...

Does this cable and Tentacle Sync box need to be connected at all times to the camera?
Asked by: Victor
If the camera supports Timecode Jam Syncing, you do not need to keep the Tentacle Sync plugged in the entire time.
Answered by: Alex D
Date published: 2024-05-08

Would this work with a Deity TC-1?

Would this work with a Deity TC-1?
Asked by: William
I bought this cable for my Deity TC-1 and it does work!
Answered by: Carlo
Date published: 2024-02-27

Would this work with Rode wireless pro?

Would this work with Rode wireless pro?
Asked by: YU AN
No, the Tentacle Sync C24 3.5mm TRS to Multi Interface Timecode Cable is intended for use with the Sony FX3 and FX30 Digital Cinema Cameras. It is not compatible for use with the RODE Wireless PRO 2-Person Clip-On Wireless Microphone System. For the timecode support in the Wireless PRO, the receiver acts as the timecode generator and timecode is generated together with the audio signal and timecode is baked into the audio recorded by the Wireless PRO transmitters. When the receiver is connected to a camera or recorder, the timecode signal will be recognized by your editing software.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2024-03-08
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