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Approx. 9-ft. coiled cord with built-in AF-Assist Illuminator for placement of the SB-910, SB-900, or SB-700 off camera. The SC-28/SC-29 makes off-camera TTL flash control easy and assured. With the Nikon D-SLRs, the SC-29 also works as an external AF-assist illuminator.
The SC-29 is approx. 9-ft in length and coiled; and features a built-in AF-Assist Illuminator.


The SC-29 provides full TTL control for Nikon Speedlights when used off camera with Nikon D-SLRs that utilize a TTL hot shoe.

One end slips into the D-SLR's hot shoe and the Speedlight attaches to the other end, when the Speedlight is used off-camera, on a bracket.
SC-29 TTL Coiled Remote Cord 4.5 5 2 2
Eliminates guesswork I recently jumped from the world of film to digital when I went from a faithful F5 to the D700. The F5 and an old Ftn still sit on a shelf in my library ready to go whenever I need them and over the years, a few other Nikon F series went as trade-ins for several newer versions. As reluctant as I was to go digital, the D700, SB900 and the SC-29 cord all helped to make the transition fairly seamless and opened new chapters of creativity for me. My bag full of Nikon glass all made the transition and a new 400mm zoom also joined the team. The seasonal magazine that I publish has taken on a new look which seems to have pleased the readers. It also helps to have a good local Nikon dealer who has guided me through each step of the way. August 9, 2010
Haven't used it, yet. But there is no Male Hot shoe connection for the remote end to connect to my stroboframe. There is no Male Hot shoe connection for the remote end to connect to my stroboframe. I had to take the hot shoe adapter off of the stroboframe. This fact should be in the details and photos. Also not have a PC socket is a bummer. Its not the first time Nikon has forgotten important parts for a camera. September 17, 2013
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Is the SC-29 AF-assist illuminator located at the camera's flash shoe or is it located on the external flash's shoe?
I am unable to tell from the picture where the SC-29 AF-assist is located.
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Alan
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The af light is on the flash mount end.
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High Speed Sync

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When using the SC-29, is high speed sync possible? Wanting to use it for wildlife and maintain higher shutter speeds while providing a catch light in the bird's or animal's eyes. Just wanting to know if the cord allows for HSS.
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High Speed Sync is available when connected to a speedlight.
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Which AF-assist will be dominant, the SC-29 or the SB-910? Does the flash AF-Ill have to be turned off for the cord to have priority??

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When attaching a SB-910 to the SC-29, does the flash's AF-Ill have to be turned off, or will that cancel the AF-Ill on the cord as well? Do they both have to be turned on? If I turn off the SC-29 AF-Ill and the flash AF-Ill is on, the flash takes over. What about the reverse?
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When using the SB-910 off-camera with the TTL Remote Cord SC-29, autofocus in low light is possible because the SC-29 features an AF-assist illumination function. This fuction can be manually turned on and off with the switch on the SC-29. If the switch is turned off the SB-910 will then use the AF-illumination on the speedlight.
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