Excerpt: That cord is perfect for using a flash on the camera bracket. There are lots of cheaper third-name alternatives on the market, but those do not come close to the original one. It fully supports the e-TTL functions when multiple flashes are in use. Very tight and durable cord.
Pros: Easy To Pack, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I bought it for the first time last year , first got to break at the base without any reason, then when I was shooting at night (owl), the flash does not work, after i remove it and but the flash directly on the camera became works, I bought another this year ,, and the same problem recurred, So my...
Excerpt: We have four Canon off-camera shoe cords and they work as advertised. Our cords take medium to heavy wear and tear and hold up well. Compared to off-brand cords they are more expensive, but you get what you pay for.
Canon's OD-E3 Off Camera Shoe Cord (2') & 600EX-RT
Expecting More from Canon, B&H Photo
27 July 2015
Excerpt: I am only rating this product with one star because because the software doesn't allow me to click on zero stars. Canon's previous Off Camera Shoe Cord was great. I probably used one for 10 to 12 years but when I had to replace it and replaced it with their current off-shoe cord I've ended up having...
Excerpt: Do not purchase or use if planning on using the Canon 600EX-RT. I have purchased 2 of these now and both broke at the shoe mount to screw. It is plastic and can't handle the weight of the 600 EX-RT. especially if using any modifiers including the included gel attachment.
Summary: Good price, excellent service, delivery fast and well packaged. Takes the flash off the camera and is excellent for removing red eye and throwing shadows down and behind subject. When used with a Strobeframe camera bracket...does an excellent job.
Excerpt: So let me start by saying that I am on my fourth one of these cables, and I have seen others also have problems with the structural integrity of this cable. For me the main culprit has been screws coming loose on the hot-shoe where the flash attaches to the cable and the hot-shoe actually detaching...