389Flash_Sync_Landing.jpgPocketWizard Transceivers need a connecting cable to trigger your flash.  Surf through the variety of connector styles and lengths below or try the PocketWizard Cable Finder to locate the exact cable required for most major brands of flash.

Want to use your existing PC sync cord?  Consider the MPCF adapter but remember: using a direct cable is always preferred for ultimate reliability.  PC connections are generally considered unreliable.  That's why PocketWizard promotes the industry standard miniphone connector: secure, positive snap connection, and universally available.

Looking for a miniphone to PC cable to trigger your PC equipped hot shoe flash?  Click here.

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HSFM3

For remotely triggering a flash via a standard hot shoe.

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PC1N

For connecting a PocketWizard radio to a locking PC terminal

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MP1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 1/4" (6.35mm) phono sync terminal.

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PC3N

For connecting a PocketWizard radio to a locking PC terminal.

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MP3

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 1/4" (6.35mm) phono sync terminal.

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MM1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 1/8" (3.5mm) mono sync terminal.

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PC5N

For connecting to a locking/non-locking PC terminal. Coiled. Extended Length 5' (1.5 m)

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MM3

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 1/8" (3.5 mm) miniphone sync terminal.

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MM6

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 1/8" (3.5mm) mono sync terminal.

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SMM1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 3/32" (2.5mm) Sub-Miniphone sync terminal.

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SMM3

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a 3/32" (2.5mm) Sub-Miniphone sync terminal.

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MH1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Household Sync Terminal.

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MH3

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Household Sync Terminal.

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MH10

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Household Sync Terminal.

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ME1-6P

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Metz 6-pin sync terminal.

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ME1-8P

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Metz 8-pin sync terminal.

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MA1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with an Elinchrom Amphenol sync terminal.

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MS1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Sunpak Sync Terminal.

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MV1

For remotely triggering a flash equipped with a Vivitar Sync Terminal.

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