Sekonic Synchro Cord For Flash Meters

BH #SESCZ • MFR #401-801
Sekonic
Sekonic Synchro Cord For Flash Meters
Key Features
  • Contains Two PC Male Leads
  • Contains One Female Lead
The Synchro Cord For Flash Meter from Sekonic is a specially designed "T" style PC cord (3 leads) allowing for easy flash connections between the meter, camera, and flash unit. Its extra long, 5m (15 foot) length is compatible with all Sekonic Flash Meters. One male lead connects to your light meter. The second male lead goes into your camera. The third lead is female and connects with your flash but requires an optional male-male lead.
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Sekonic 401-801 Overview

The Synchro Cord For Flash Meter from Sekonic is a specially designed "T" style PC cord (3 leads) allowing for easy flash connections between the meter, camera, and flash unit. Its extra long, 5m (15 foot) length is compatible with all Sekonic Flash Meters. One male lead connects to your light meter. The second male lead goes into your camera. The third lead is female and connects with your flash but requires an optional male-male lead.

Sekonic 401-801 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.28 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.8 x 2.35 x 1.7"
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Will this work for Olympus flashes ?? J. Payne

Will this work for Olympus flashes ?? J. Payne
Asked by: James W
Don't know. It probably will. If it doesn't work, return it.
Answered by: Ralph
Date published: 2021-03-23

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I have 2 Interfit S1s and 1 FlexFlash. I tried different things to get them to play nice, and right now Im using Interfits remote since thats the only solution I found for remotely adjusting their power. The FlexFlash sees the pre-flash and fires with the Interfits. I have a Sekonic L-358 that I would love to use for checking ratios when using these lights. Would this sync cord allow me to do that? The Interfit remote does not have a flash port.
Asked by: Jerri
To measure the flashes individually, you would need to connect the sync cord that came with your Photoflex FlexFlash to your Sekonic meter, with the optical slave turned off. For the S1A, you can use the Interfit transmitter to fire the flash while the meter is set for non-corded mode.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-08-09

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Hola quisiera saber si con este cable puedo conectar una nikon d7200 y un flash nikon sb5000 Gracias
Asked by: Anonymous
Ese no le funcionara. Le recomiendo este, B&H # VEOCSNK3.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Hola quisiera saber si puedo conectar una cmara nikon D7200 y un flash nikon sb5000 al sekonic L 858d con este cableGracias
Asked by: Anonymous
Puedes usar el B&H VEOCSNK3para conectar el Flash a la Camera. Si tienes mas preguntas sobre el uso de el L 858d, por favor mande un email a [email protected] y le contestamos los mas pronto possible.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I'm using the Sekonic L-358 with the synchro cord on my Nikon D-810 and the Nikon 910 flash but I can't connect the one end of the plug to the flash for its a different type of connector, does any one have any ideals on how I can use this or shall I just return it? I would appreciate any help on this matter. Thank you
Asked by: Alfred
You can buy a hot-shoe adapter that had a PC sync connector. There are various different ones available and I'm pretty sure you can get one from B&H
Answered by: Tim B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I wish to be sure about this so... I plan to connect a monolight with the supplied cord to the female connection of this cord. The male ends of this cord would go to my light meter and camera respectively, this way I can take a meter reading and take a picture without unplugging any wires, will this work?
Asked by: Anonymous
That is correct. The male ends get connected to the meter and to the camera and the female gets connected to your mono-light.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I know one day I will have to bite the bullet and shell out close to $1000 for Pocklet Wizards to use with my 3 Nikon Speedlights. In the meantime, I woud like to be able to take an incident reading with my newly purchased Sekonic L-358. (Yes, all equipment, including my D700 were purchased from B&H.) If I purchase the Sekonic Synchro cord and attach it to my D-700 with my SU-800 atop, will the it fire all flashes? Or do I connect directly to the main light and get a reading from one light only?Or?Thank you.
Asked by: Anonymous
To be able to take a light meter reading of your Nikon Speedlights, you would need to connect the Sekonic Synchro Cord directly to the main flash in your set up. The main flash would then fire the additional flashes.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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