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Oct 04, 2012 15:39 |  #1

Hello.
I have a question for you guys.
I have Canon EOS 1100D and I bought Mieke MK-1100D battery grip and I must connect it via sync cable cuz Canon didn't planned battery grip for 1100D.
Noticed that 1100D has some connectors in battery compartment.
Is there a possibility that some of them are ground, focus and shutter?
Does any1 know that?
Here's a picture of them, those 6 connectors...

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Oct 04, 2012 17:20 |  #2

zagi988 wrote in post #15080066 (external link)
Hello.
I have a question for you guys.
I have Canon EOS 1100D and I bought Mieke MK-1100D battery grip and I must connect it via sync cable cuz Canon didn't planned battery grip for 1100D.
Noticed that 1100D has some connectors in battery compartment.
Is there a possibility that some of them are ground, focus and shutter?
Does any1 know that?
Here's a picture of them, those 6 connectors...
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The sync cable is external and goes from the end of the grip to the camera body DC input.
Nothing to do with the internal connectors at all - sounds like the grip didn't come with the cable...............




  
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Mar 08, 2013 16:29 as a reply to  @ PaulB's post |  #3

I've got the cable but I wanted to know if there's any way to connect it via those internal connectors. If I only knew for what they are for...


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Mar 09, 2013 13:19 |  #4

The cable is nothing more than a device for connecting the grip shutter to the body (at the remote cable termination) so I would not expect similar connections in the camera battery bay. The SD card is also in that bay as I recall so probably a bit cramped.




  
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