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How do set up the broncolor irc 2? We have it linked with the broncolor pulsoA4 (power pack) but when we take a picture using the camera nothing happens? Do we have to use the sync cable ?

We have the infrared synced with the power packs but when we take a picture using the camera nothing flashes? Occationally we get a flash, but thats if we are right next to the power pack.

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