Excerpt: When I bought my Nikon D90 I thought I would be giving up the ability to use my studio lighting setup. The AS-15 works great but you will lose the ability of TTL Flash. Just use your light meter and keep the camera on manual. It works great.
Summary: The threaded pc terminal on the body of the D700 is in an awkward location, its really hard to get the cables to screw to the terminal unless you have tiny fingers. I know most of us use Pocket Wizards anyway, but occasionally I need to connect a handle mount flash....after wasting time fussing with the tight location of the body pc terminal, I dug this guy out of my bag....fast and no more synchs popping out unexpectedly.
Summary: I have a Canon Rebel 450D which has no PC port. Bought this adapter to be able to trigger my monolights. Simply attach it to the hot shoe and plug in the PC cable. Cheap and works like a charm.
Summary: My Canon doesn't have a PC connector, so this gadget works fine. I use it in my small studio to connect directly to my strobe light when I don't want to go wireless. The cord is long enough for me to move around in a smaller setting.
Summary: I use this every time I get my lights out because my camera doesn't have a PC port. It works great...fired every time. There was only one down side that I saw, and that is that the PC cord loves to fall out. I just put a little tape on it, and it doesn't fall out :) Other than that problem it works great.
Pros: Easy To Pack, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Reliable
Summary: This is a necessary device for using my Canon Rebel xti with my studio lights. The adapter installs easily on the camera and the PC cord attaches easily too. I don't know what i would do without it.
Summary: This adapter replaced my old one that broke. This one slips right on to hotshoe easily and quick to remove. My cord stays in front of viewfinder with this model...an improvement from my old one.