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UW Technics Sony firmware supports Retra Pro Flash TTL Photo

UW Technics Sony firmware supports Retra Pro Flash TTL

UW Technics has announced updated firmware for their Nauticam mounted Sony TTL converters, that supports the Retra Pro flash. It can be controlled via either the camera’s menu, or the flash’s controls. It also supports Retra’s high-speed sync option.

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UW Technics ships TTL converter for Panasonic cameras Photo

UW Technics ships TTL converter for Panasonic cameras

UW Technics is shipping their TTL converter for Panasonic mirrorless cameras. Capable of providing both electrical and optical outputs (when used with appropriate bulkheads), the circuit is designed to be user-installed into Nauticam housings. It is powered from the camera’s hotshoe and can be used in both TTL and manual modes with many Inon, Sea$Sea, Ikelite and Subtronic strobes.

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UW Technics ships TTL converter for Canon Photo

UW Technics ships TTL converter for Canon

UW Technics are shipping their Internal TTL-Converter (for Canon) designed for use with Nauticam housings. This circuit can be retro fitted to Nauticam NA-5Dm4, NA-7Dm2, NA-5DsR, NA-1DX housings and gives full TTL (eTTL) flash control with Inon Z-240, Sea&Sea YS-250, YS-D1 and YS-D2 along with Ikelite DS-161 and DS-160. It supports both electrical and optical triggering.

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Field Review: UWTechnics External Optical TTL Converter Photo

Field Review: UWTechnics External Optical TTL Converter

Wetpixel Editor Adam Hanlon presents a review of the UWTechnics External Optical TTL converter. Suitable for any housing that has an M14 port, the converter converts the electronic flash triggering signal from a camera’s hot shoe to an optical signal that can be used to fire strobes via a fiber optic cable. The review was carried out during the Gulen Nudibranch Safari. The converter can be used in both TTL and manual modes

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