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About rwb500

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  1. I prefer the straight flash tubes, better for macro (faster firing time). For this compact model, 18650 might be ok too but 4xAA is really not bad. The S2000 were so perfect for compact set ups and macro, I am glad Inon will make a successor. I dont think the LED need to be stronger. The focus light of the flash is never aiming where I want anyways.
  2. I am interested in the dome and extensions. I am using a n100 fuji housing. How about $1350.00.+I pay shipping.

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      Hi Toby I replied via private message.

  3. sure looks like the tail of a fish? Many fish nestle in the rocks to sleep.
  4. I think this is it? It has a tiny little locking screw for the Aquatica side. Matches Nauticam N120 on the other side. PM me.
  5. i am guessing it is the same, I wasn't terribly careful when measuring that aspect of it. Also I measured it without including a thin plastic washer which likely makes up most of that difference.
  6. I am selling this plus an adapter for Aquatica, I guess: https://reefphoto.com/products/cp-3043-used-inon-45-degree-viewfinder-unit
  7. The hole in the adapter that the viewfinder inserts into is 20.7mm in diameter and 16.6mm in depth (measured by eye because I don't want to stick the sharp metal of my calipers onto the critical surfaces of the adapter. If you let me keep the Aquatica adapter (which i think you don't need?) I'll cover shipping costs if it doesn't work for you.
  8. after reading that page I am less sure, I always thought these were made by Inon for different housings, but it sure seems like Backscatter was making at least some of the adapters in house. Regardless, its likely the same viewfinder either way and only the adapter piece varies. i'll measure it.
  9. No, the "Viewfinder II" has only been around for about 2-3 years I believe. This is the first version. It's this: https://www.backscatter.com/Inon-45-Angled-Underwater-Housing-Viewfinder
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