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Eismann113

Member Since 15 Sep 2013
Offline Last Active Nov 02 2013 10:42 PM
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In Topic: Inon Z240 or Sea and Sea YS-D1

17 October 2013 - 08:41 PM

Hi kc_moses,

 

please type "h2o tools optimierung set für Inon Blitze" in  google, you should find some offers and photos.

 

greetings,

 

Eismann


In Topic: Inon Z240 or Sea and Sea YS-D1

17 October 2013 - 01:28 PM

Hi bvanant,

 

thanx for your comment on both strobes. Your experience displays exactly my concern. Both are great strobes, but with the YS-D1 there is a little risk to get a faulty one. And as the strobe is quite new, no one knows about That´s why i have choosen the Inon, where the reliability is far better. Additionally, there is a Inon set of bigger knobs to stick on the Z240 and make handling better.

 

greetings,

 

Eismann


In Topic: Inon Z240 or Sea and Sea YS-D1

16 October 2013 - 12:33 PM

Hi folks,

 

I just ordered the Z240. My dealer recommended the strobe due to its well known reliability and excellent TTL-mode. The reports on the YS-D1 stopped me from giving this one a try, as we are heading for Curacao in November and I need a working strobe for the trip.

 

I will tell how it worked out,

 

greetings,

 

Eismann


In Topic: Inon Z240 or Sea and Sea YS-D1

13 October 2013 - 12:15 AM

Thank you for your answer Aquapaul,

 

I have heard about the superb controls of the YS-D1. The YS-D1 seems to be easier to operate than the Z240.

 

The higher GN of the YS-D1, though due to a smaller beam, is as well appealing, as for macro you could step down the output and achieve a short recycle time

 

Can anyone comment on the auto-mode of the Z240? Is this an advantage over the YS-D1 in manual mode?

 

Which one has the more secure locking mechanism of the battery-case? Is the battery-case of the Z240 water-sealed towards the electric as well?

 

Greetings,

 

Eismann


In Topic: Olympus OM-D E-M5

15 September 2013 - 10:26 AM

Hello guys,

 

thanx for sharing your experience. So the 12-50 port with zoom gear is still a good opportunity.

 

Can someone comment on the 4-inch domeport for macro-pictures and maybe provide pictures?

 

Greetings,

 

Eismann