I have been using the Sea & Sea TTL Converter II with a D200 in Subal Housing with 2* Inon Z240 since it first came out. Once I got used to its quirks it has been working nicely, save for the well-known electrolysis issue......Up until a few dives ago. Now it fires strobes at random, even with the camera turned off. With the camera on, it fires the strobes, but massively underexposed. I have resorted to taking it off the rig and working manually, so have not had to come home without pictures.
Things I have already tried:
- New battery
- Checked all connectors for water
- Cleaning all connections
- Cleaning D200 hot shoe
- Confirm Subal internal cable is in the correct socket
Has anyone had a similar problem, and what was the solution?
Edited by JohnLiddiard, 12 January 2009 - 06:07 AM.
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