Any solutions out there for problematic sync cords that won't make contact with the flash adaptor? Especially after many uses. perhaps someone can recomend better equiptment to use that is less problematic.
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just to exclude anything faulty, start with the flash on the camera and check if it works. Also check the camera settings. On your Nikon you can chose flash off. Don't do that. If you get the flash working on the camera then you starts with the extension cord and it still should flash in the same conditions.
What do you mean by adaptor?! You will need to by a hotshoe adaptor with a hole that talkes the old style cable plug from your Metz lead and away you go! Try jessops. (As long as you have the lead from your Metz!?
On your iphone touch contacts, then touch the contact you want, then touch edit at the top right of screen. Edit your info and then touch done at the top right of screen. Next open up itunes and then plug your USB cord up to the iphone and computer ports and wait for the ipod to show up under the devices on the left side of the screen. Then click on the ipod icon that shows up under devices at the left of the screen. Click on the info tab at the far right on top. Make sure the box is checked that says "Sync Address Book Contacts" Underneath that heading click on sync all contacts. Then click on Sync at the bottom right of the screen. Give the system a few minutes to do its thing and it will tell you on the computer screen when it is done syncing.
You also may have a faulty hot shoe adapter or pc cord. Check them with an ohm meter, or with an old 35 mm camera. Or just short out the hot shoe contacts with a piece of metal and see if the strobes flash.
You will need to purchase a sync cord that will separate apart (usually at the middle) with a standard two-prong connector. Just simply disconnect the sync cord, turn it 180 ° and plug it in. (These cords can be purchased at www.paramountcords.com)