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User manual for Pentax Hot Shoe Adapter 2P 31014
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Product classification: Photography - Flashes & On Camera Lighting - PC Sync & Hot Shoe Adapters
Startup and operation of the pc sync & hot shoe adapters
Tips for setting up your Pentax
Settings and expert assistance
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Price: 46 USD
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User manual for the Pentax Hot Shoe Adapter 2P 31014
The user manual for the Pentax Hot Shoe Adapter 2P 31014 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Photography - Flashes & On Camera Lighting - PC Sync & Hot Shoe Adapters.
The Pentax Hot Shoe Adapter 2P features a hot shoe on the top and the bottom, and a PC female socket on the side. With this adapter, it is now possible to use flashes that require a PC connection with any camera that doesn't feature one, such as the Pentax PZ and SF series. Unlike so many of these devices, this device will simultaneously send a signal down the PC socket and to the hot shoe upon the top, so you could have a wireless radio slave transmitter atop the hot shoe and a bracket-mounted flash connected to the PC cord and have both fire. Like many Pentax accessories, it is decidedly smaller than you'd expect.
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The user manual lists all of the functions of the Pentax Hot Shoe Adapter 2P 31014,
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