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Eismann113

Member Since 15 Sep 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 25 2014 10:01 AM
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In Topic: Olympus OM-D E-M5

25 April 2014 - 09:53 AM

Hello dear diving-colleagues,

 

after one wonderful week of diving in Madeira I have recognized a tiny, almost unnoticable crack in the anodized surface of my new Nauticam housing. It is located at the inner side of the rear door just near the main O-ring and is continously in contact with saltwater while diving.

 

Can anyone give me a hint if this is something to worry about in terms of corrosion of the aluminium body or just to forget, as ist does not affect functionality.

 

Thanx in advance and have a nice weekend,

 

Eismann

 

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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