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In Topic: How does one open up an Inon Z240?

18 September 2015 - 08:28 AM

There are no user replaceable spare parts for Inon. They replace the entire internal strobe assembly as a whole. Which is why I've always said Inons are the plastic throwaway strobes.

I almost feel like putting down legal disclaimers when people ask for advice like this. But I'll just add this:

WARNING: if you have had batteries and turned on the strobe, realize that the capacitors still hold a charge and can shock you if you touch the wrong thing. Wait at least a few hours before opening up the strobe.

Curious, does this mean that the "spotting light" would not be replacable?  I have had one out for quite awhile and have thought of trying to replace it.  



In Topic: 30% off Bilikiki, Solomon Islands Dive Trip - one time only!

15 August 2015 - 07:07 AM

PM'd you about this trip.

In Topic: Trip to PNG

16 January 2015 - 12:41 PM

Sent PM also...

In Topic: Where to stay in Tulamben?

30 December 2014 - 08:33 AM

In July I stayed at Minabali which is a small very nice B&B owned by a French women. Very reasonable and I am going to think that you may speak French (she speaks english also).  Hooked up with a local dive guide/photographer and shop and had an enjoyable time, they picked me up each day.  Can reffer you to guide if interested, pretty sure he is still working there.



In Topic: NA-D7100, Inon Z-240, D7100 body, zoom gears, flash trigger

27 December 2014 - 11:44 AM

Sent PM