13369-S Remote Camera Cable with Camera Power for Sony's Cameras

  • 13369-S Remote Camera Cable with Camera Power for Sony's Cameras
  • 13369-S Remote Camera Cable with Camera Power for Sony's Cameras
  • 13369-S Remote Camera Cable with Camera Power for Sony's Cameras
$ 42.00

For remotely triggering Sony's cameras with the multi/micro USB port and controlling half-press / pre-trigger function using certain PocketWizard radios. It also provides power to the camera when connected to an external USB power source.

The 13369-S is a special remote shutter release cable called a pre-trigger cable. A pre-trigger cable controls both the half-press and full-press function of your remote camera’s shutter release. When a camera is “pre-triggered”, it is like holding your camera’s shutter release button in the half-pressed or metering / focusing position.

This –ACC cable allows a compatible PocketWizard radio to independently control both half-press and full-press functions.

How to use:
1. Connect the 3.5mm miniphone to the receiving Pocketwizard's sync port and connect the multi/micro USB to the camera's multi/micro port.
2. Connect the USB Type A to a USB power source if desired to provide power to the camera.
3. Turn on all of your equipment and make sure the Channels match.
4. Press the test button on the transmitting PocketWizard radio to trigger the receiving PocketWizard radio and your remote camera.

Specs:
Cable length: 3' (91 cm)
From: 1/8" (3.5 mm) stereo miniphone
To: Multi/micro USB port and USB power of Sony's cameras
To: USB Type A

Compatible with Alpha cameras from Sony with multi/micro USB port

Compatible with RX cameras from Sony with multi/micro USB port

PocketWizard Compatibility:

This cable will work with any PocketWizard radio and keep the camera continuously awake.

Half-press and pre-trigger functions:

Half-press function is available when using a Plus III as a transmitting radio and a Plus III or Plus IV radio as a receiving radio with Channels 17-32.

Pre-trigger function is available when using a Plus III, MultiMAX, or MultiMAX II as a transmitting radio and a Plus III, MultiMAX, or MultiMAX II as a receiving radio with Channels 17-32.