580EX (mk1) FlashZebra mini jack sync port foot assembly.
Up for sale is a FlashZebra mini jack sync port foot assembly for the 580EX (mk1). Its simple to install, remove 4 screws at the bottom of the flash foot assembly, unplug the harness, and plug in the new foot assembly. (I used my 580EX in manual mode with my AlienBees cybersync transmitter. Unfortunately my 580EX flash tube harness burned out and the repair from canon is more then if I buy a working one off ebay).
Sold for $54 from FlashZebra, im asking $5 + $5 S&H (total $10).
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