Asking anyone who knows the technical details of the Inon Z240 strobe...
Is the battery compartment watertight when the primary (watertight) cap is not on? I had an incident today diving salt water (ocean) where the cap became dislodged and the battery compartment flooded.
While the batteries were of course destroyed, I flushed the battery compartment many times with fresh water, then soaked the strobe in fresh water and finally dried it completely.
There seems to be no corrosion on the gold contacts inside the battery compartment, nor on the inner cap that holds the battery contact.
Once fully dry I tested it and the strobe to be water-free and working fine, but I was still wondering if the technical specs for the Z240 indicate a sealed battery compartment. Sure seems like it to me.