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Jock

Member Since 16 Dec 2005
Offline Last Active May 05 2016 11:14 AM
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In Topic: Remote Strobe Trigger

05 May 2016 - 08:46 AM

Hi Brook,

maybe this the thingy you are looking for? :

http://www.heinrichsweikamp.com/?id=43
(In the upper right corner you can switch between German and English)

You still will need your main strobe to trigger the remote one! (If you do not want that you will need a very long cable...) The remote strobe will have a cable to which the RSU is connected, The RSU needs to face your main strobe whereas the remote strobe can face any direction and/or can be hidden.

The triggerfish is/was a non-commercial DIY-solution. No idea about Seacam, but you could contact them.

Greetings,
Jock

In Topic: 3D Printed knob for Inon Z240

07 January 2016 - 02:57 PM

jahjahwarrior,

 

thanks for pointing me to 3dhubs - it is just the service I was looking for. Today I received my Inon knobs made of glow-i-the dark filament; they fit perfect.

 

Just a hint: When ordering these knobs it may be a good idea to ask for 100% fill (=solid). Seems that a standard fill is only 20%, so there might be the possibility that the knobs will crack or lose shape or whatever deep down. I was charged less than 20 cent extra per knobs.

 

Jock


In Topic: OMD and second curtain flash

03 January 2016 - 02:06 AM

Hi Mark,

 

understanding magnet in / out: Maybe this helps (another user confirmed the result for the S2000

http://wetpixel.com/...showtopic=51861

 

I do not quite understand your settings; you are talking about a "pre-flash". If you use manual strobe mode on the Inon, the camera flash should be set to manual with 1/64th power, and there will be no pre-flash.


In Topic: 3D Printed knob for Inon Z240

28 December 2015 - 10:02 AM

If I google for "knob inon z 240" I find knobs from a Dutch dive shop that glow in the dark. Does anyone know from what material they are made? Is it available for 3D printing (the above mentioned knobs look like self-made)?

Thanks,
Jock

In Topic: Need lens cap - Nauticam 87 macro port

27 December 2015 - 07:53 AM

Hi,

is it 87mm or 67mm (Alex' link leads to a 67mm cap)? For 67mm you find lens caps for a dollar or two on ebay. Buy 10-20 of them for the price of the Nauticam cap and you have some spare ones! 87mm is not so common and may be harder to find.
Jock