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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D7200 with Tokina 10-17mm, Olympus EPL5 with Panasonic 8mm
  • Camera Housing
    Ikelite, Olympus
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    ikelite D 125 D 161
  1. Is there anyone interested in sharing a cabin with me, senior UW photographer from Holland, on Indo Siren sailing to Raya Ampat from 15-25 November 2018? Unfortunately, my diving buddy had made other travel arrangements in that period. www.sirenfleet.com www.albertkokuw.nl
  2. Hi I followed the advice of Leidlt and bought some cheap transparent optical cable (endglow). I found the 2.5 mm cable easier to use than the thicker 4mm cable because you can stick it directly in the Bush two hole connector. In a way, the light output is stronger than in the commercial multicore cable. Easy does it! See the picture. For some, a minus point could be that the cable is stiffer than the commercial UWP cables.
  3. may answer would have been in between...uh...sometimes. Some circular shots- like splits- can be impressive.
  4. I am interested in the extra battery pack. you can mail me at albertkok69@gmail.com
  5. Whow, this certainly is a delayed response. Its just to mention that Hedwigs trigger works fine in my Ike housing. I use a cable connecting the trigger with two LEDS attached to the transparent housing. There is one BUT..it works only with a larger (4mm) diameter optical cable. Take a look: http://www.albertkokuw.nl/422867045/4967510/posting/adding-fiber-optics-to-electric-sync
  6. Two converters type 4401 for use with internal flash, anyone interested?
  7. Hi This is meant to announce that as far as I am concerned the problem has been solved. The solution was to use lager diameter optic cables. I use the same Hedwig trigger as described earlier, but now connected it to a LED port attached via a cable to the lower front side of the housing. See http://www.simplesite.com/builder/pages/preview3.aspx?InitPreview=true&pageid=420484432 (16 July Blog).
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