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JJC Off-Camera Flash Cords for Canon and Nikon Cameras
FC-E3 for CANON:
The FC-E3's hot shoe mounts onto the flash bracket via the metal threaded insert and the flash mounts in the FC-E3's hot shoe. The FC-E3 maintains all of the on-camera functions (including E-TTL II) for one CANON Speedlite used off-camera at distance up to 140cm and is weather sealed with sturdy metal hot shoe mounts (not like the older cheaper Canon off-camera cords.)
*JJC FC-E3 is compatible and nearly identical with CANON OC-E3 which sells for $69.95 at most retailers. It is compatible with all EOS cameras (except the 630 and RT models.)
FC-N3A for NIKON:
The FC-N3A provides full TTL control for Nikon Speedlites when used off-camera with Nikon SLR cameras which have the TTL hot flash shoe. 3' long & coiled, it permits easy use of flash when the camera is mounted upon a bracket. JJC FC-N3A is compatible with and replaces the NIKON SC-28.
Average customer rating:
3 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
December 30, 2012
I ordered the FC-E3 to mount on a wimberly F-1. When I attempted to mount the flash a realized that the female end that attaches to the M-3 had not been threaded at the factory. Therefore, the flash cord is useless. Ironically there is a quality control sticker labeled JJC QC10. This means it was physically checked at the factory.
March 14, 2012
I am a pro photographer and have been using the JJC cords since they came out and find them identical to the Canon ones in build and quality - almost as if they were made in the same factory - works perfectly fine in ETTL and on flash cords. Using mine on a wimberley bracket with no problem.
March 13, 2012
This customer purchased the item at our site.
I purchased a FC-E3 JJC Off-Camera Flash Cords for Canon and wanted to give you some feedback. This is the first time I decided to try this "aftermarket" version of the cord - primarily after reading some inital positive reviews in the forums. Anyway, I was very dissapointed with this cord. First, it wouldn't tighten completely to a Wimberley flash bracket as the threaded socket wasn't deep enough. Additionally, the strain relief connections at both ends of the cord came loose within a day or so of use. A useless product, and not worth of keeping in your store.
Advantages: cheap (get what you pay for...)
Disadvantages: Doesn't work properly