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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus EM1.2
  • Camera Housing
    Olympus PT-EP14
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea&Sea YS D2

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  1. I use either S-AF or C-AF depending on the visibility, but I use back button focus. In case of poor viz, focusing for each picture is a pain.
  2. Price reduce to 470. Also available a fiber optic from S&S for 50 euro. Both items at 500 + shipping.
  3. Selling a perfectly working Sea&Sea YS-D2, including 2 diffusers (100 and 120 degrees), and a custom made neoprene cover for it. Comes with its original ball adapter, never flooded, a new ∑ß<spare oring and new silicone grease. Buyer pays shipping, payment with bank transfer or paypal (+3.4%). Price: 520 EUR OBO
  4. Ok thanks a lot. I have a black D2, might consider to go with a D2J if I am able to find one, or 2 z240, whichever comes first
  5. Hi, I have a D2 for sale, located in Italy.
  6. I totally understand. 1. Is this noticeable even with almost similar strobes, like D1 and D2? 2. Ok, but this can be checked before buying it. 3. That is the most serious issue in my opinion. Concerning your last question, none So would it be better two less powerful strobes such as the d2000 or z240, compared to one D2 plus something else?
  7. Hi, simple question. I am considering upgrading from one strobe (D2) to 2 strobes. Question is, do the strobes have to be the same? I am considering to buy a D1, would it be worth it or due to power differences it can become a hassle? Other low (very low hence attractive) cost option is an old S&S 120 which comes at 135 eur. However, it only has full or 1/2 power settings, may this be problematic to use with my other strobe? Other option, close to my place a guy is selling 2 inon d2000. Would it be better for me to sell my strobe and switch to those 2, though less powerful?
  8. +1for the 7-14. Both are amazing, but the 7-14 is more versatile underwater.
  9. Thank you for your detailed response, I'll probably go with the 4.33 Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  10. Hi, the industry is literally 20 kms away from my place, and I know a relative of one of the owners. They are totally reliable, and they have been around for quite some time, also increasing their products line. The website just got renewed and looks fine to me, at which one are you looking at? Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
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