"It is a shame that this happened, as Inon America has been great to work with.
Our store will continue to support all of the Inon products we've sold in the past, and their warranties will be fully honored. Inon Japan will honor their obligations, and our company has an excellent track record dealing with Japanese vendors, so I don't expect radically different service response times than would have been offered by Inon America dealing directly with Inon, Inc".
seemed quite clear on this issue in his post. I just picked up two of the new Inon float arms to add to my macro system and Ryan had already delivered over thirty of the arms from his first shipment. I have also had a chance to use the new S-2000 strobes which are quite small and provide an outstanding value for those using wireless and fiber optic TTL.
NO wired scyn port.
Inon has just discontinued production of the now outdated Z-22 quad flash, but otherwise have one of the better product lines in the industry.
I also think it is a shame that Mark Rupert and crew have put so much time and effort into Inon America only to be shut out of the market in what seems to be a move by Inon to improve the bottom line.