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  1. 24hr sale price — $550 USD for both strobes $60 for base plate
  2. Price Drop - not inc shipping $650 USD for 2x strobes $65 USD for base plate
  3. Sea & Sea YS-250 pro strobes $800 USD Base plate: Brand new, Aluminium with handles and connecting balls $70 USD Trades for inon z-330 or z-240 also welcomeThe YS-250PRO is designed for demanding professionals, packed with revolutionary new features to meet the challenges of digital photography. A large circular arc tube emits a powerful flash at guide number32 (its value on land, ISO 100/m) when power is set to FULL. It provides incremental manual flash power adjustment in 12 steps for graduations of light.The YS-250PRO is lightning fast: it recycles in 1.8 seconds. Its high-capacityNi-MH battery, designed exclusively for the strobe, stores enough power when fully charged for 200 full flashes. A high-luminosity white LED target light in the center of the strobe shows precisely where the strobe is pointed, and a ready lamp and a TTL confirmation lamp on each side of the strobe indicate when the strobe is charged and when it has been controlled by the camera’s TTL. An audible signal sounds when the lamps light so you can concentrate on your subject in the viewfinder.Included:2 x YS-250 pro strobes2 x Batteries2 x Sea and Sea Dual 5 Pin Sync Cord/N2 x Battery Chargers Reason for sale: no longer need, no issues, no flooding Local Pickup or Priority express Shipping from Melbourne, Australia. Box: 42x33x15cm, 6kg.
  4. Anyone in Tassie? Looking like we may head down soon since the borders are opening. Some great caves and cray diving! Here is a video of the Cathedral caves which are the largest underwater caves in Australia. Video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gh_iGTGa82_5Vxon_pYP2rBqgYKgD-aO/view?usp=sharing
  5. Does anyone know if the Crab migration is still happening in Melbourne? Think it was only a few week period. Here is some video of my last migration. Video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K2wAw_J5cH5AlvK1Z1BNBM7ec1LMvPn5/view?usp=sharing
  6. Hello, My name is David and new to UW photo. Been doing some pretty cool videos with Gopro and looking to enhance my skills. Currently living in Melbourne and have dived around Australia, Indo, Thailand, and the West Pacific. Bumping up to an RX100va setup and looking to grab some good pics of some of the sweet places I've visited. Cheers, Dave
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