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  1. Sea & Sea YS-01 asking $340 OBO shipped + 3% PP if using PP credit (retail $430) Lightly used Sea&Sea YS-01 for sale, taken on less than 30 dives. Some very minor scuffing to the body. Never been flooded. Includes all original equipment, box, manual.
  2. As from the title I am selling 1 strobe YS01 used roughly 50 dives. Price 300AUD or 220USD. As new. Available to ship worldwide at buyer expenses. Only PayPal transaction.
  3. Looks like new! $3500 SEACAM housing for Canon 5dMK IV camera. S6 bulkheads. (no viewfinder or parts, only underwater housing) SEACAM Seaflash 60D (Canon version). New, never used . $1450 SEACAM zoom gear for Canon EF 16-35 f/2.8 III USM lens. $150 SEACAM pvl 57.5 port Extension (recommended for use with EF 16-35 f/2.8 II or II USM Lens). $175 SEACAM 150mm arm extension (have 4) $75 each SEACAM arm clamps. (have two). $40 each email: liz@stephenfrink.com or call: 305-451-3737
  4. One used Retra Strobe Ikelite electrical sync cord connector. Also has an optical connection. Works like new. Comes with two diffusers (only one pictured), neoprene camo cover, original box and manual. Great condition with some minor cosmetic flaws (see photos). I purchased this strobe spring 2018, used it on a handful of river snorkeling trips. No flooding to battery compartment or battery corrosion. This strobe is amazing. Well thought out design, intuitive, powerful, and easy to operate even with gloves. I would've loved to have picked up a second one, but they are currently being redesigned with plans of a relaunch in the future. I couldn't wait around any more and picked up two Inons instead. Shoot me any questions you might have. $740 includes PayPal and shipping fees within the United States
  5. Hi, all. I bought an LED TTL trigger with my new housing and it requires extra-thick, extra-expensive Sea & Sea FO cables. I have two like-new medium-length Sea & Sea FO cables with 90 degree Sea & Sea tips, and one new Bluewater FO cable with straight tips and removable Sea & Sea adapters. They are in perfect condition. If you are not using an LED trigger, these should work just fine for you (if you don't need specialty tips). I've been using them with a Nauticam housing and Sea & Sea strobes and have never had a misfire. Will sell them for $25 each or $70 for the lot if you pay for postage from Santa Cruz, California. That's less than half the retail price.
  6. I am searching 2 cables to use with Inon Flash with my Seacam housing equipped with 2 S6 sockets. Would be fine if somebody could help me within Europe. Thanks in advance Regards Armin
  7. Hi, Up for sale is a like-new Howshot fiber optic Snoot that fits the Sea & Sea YSD1 and YSD2 underwater strobes. The sale includes 3 Fiber Optic arms and three different lenses for each arm. One arm is for the focus light and the others are for subject illumination. I don't use it nearly as much as I thought I would so it's time to let it go. It can be yours for $190 which includes shipping to buyer. Paypal only. ​14 day return OK. Buyer pays return shipping I live in San Mateo california Thanks for looking, Larry
  8. Hello Wetpixel, It is about time for me to contribute to the Galley. I really enjoy looking at all the neat photographs on this page. My name is Scott and I am a fashion editorial photographer in Oklahoma. Underwater photography is a challenge and I am really enjoying it. I hope to learn more techniques reading through this forum. Here are a few photos I have taken in the last year. Constructive Criticism is welcome! Thank you
  9. I have a pair of Ikelite DS-125s with a dual TTL sync cord I've been shooting with for probably 9 years. They have been glitchy for the past year, and I feel like I am constantly troubleshooting them. Much of the time, one strobe fires and the other doesn't. Sometimes both fire. Just looking for opinions on whether I should send them in to Ikelite for service (not sure how much that would end up costing) or if it makes more sense to just upgrade to the DS-160? Thanks for your input!
  10. Just wondering what sort of cleaning and maintenance you all do on your strobes and assorted connectors after a dive trip. Also, anyone have tips for unfreezing metals that have frozen together, i.e, bolts, screws, etc. Or is that an impossible task? Thanks!
  11. I'm looking to complete a strobe pair for some jobs coming up and a looking to get either a second Retra strobe or a second Inon Z-240. I purchased one Retra strobe with Ikelite connection for the summer and recently wanted to buy a second one, but learned that they are temporarily discontinued. I also have one Inon Z-240 on hand that I would be happy to pair up instead. Looking for either in good working condition. Let me know how much! Many thanks.
  12. For Sale- ​I am selling 1- INON Z240 Type Strobe Never Wet (Back Up Strobe) with original box, manuals,Spare Orings and Diffusers Retail $799 Your Price $490 as well as 2-Nauticam To INON Fiber Optic Cords Never Wet in Original packaging (Back Ups) Retail $100 Each Your Price $75 Each I am also including a Ultralight INON strobe ball adaptor for no charge with strobe purchase a $ 24.95 value Buyer agrees to pay Shipping/Insurance and 3% PayPal fee, US shipping only at this point My email is deedeeflores01@aol.com for fast reply **** NOTE-LONG CLAMP IN PHOTO FOR DISPLAY NOT INCLUDED*****
  13. Inon Z 330 strobe light, and Light Dome diffuser used 8 dives only. In perfect condition in original box. Paid $ 650. for the Strobe and $100. for the Dome diffuser. Will sell to the best offer plus shipping. USA buyers only.
  14. 4500AUD the whole setup Selling sony alpha6000 in Nauticam housing plus 3 lenses (macro, rectilinear, fisheye) and relative ports/domes. Everything in perfect conditions. All the ports and lenses in immaculate conditions. List with prices (price brand new in bracket): 400AUD (650AUD) Sony alpha6000 1500AUD(2450AUD) Nauticam housing + left & right handles 400AUD(550AUD) Sony pancake fisheye 450AUD(650AUD) Nauticam 4.33 acrylic dome port for above lens 280(330AUD) Sony E 30mm f3.5 macro lens 550AUD(612AUD) Nauticam 45 macro port with knob for above lens 800AUD(1000AUD) Sony SEL1018 Wide-angle zoom lens - 10 mm - 18 mm - F/4.0 480AUD(585AUD) Nauticam 6” Acrylic wide-angle dome port for above lens 420AUD(517AUD) Nauticam N85 to N120 60mm Port Adaptor 36204 800AUD(1020AUD) 2x Sea & Sea YS01 Strobe
  15. Hi Oscar can you give us a summary of the intended features in the update? Also, are we clear to use the external battery packs at this time? I think the flashes are great, and I am getting better lighting than ever on my shots. It is one of the best gear upgrades I have done. Can you post any tips for using the LSD? I find it very hard to coordinate holding the camera and manipulating the light to the correct position, and I don't have a buddy to hold and point the flash. Thanks!
  16. For sale, 1 x Inon S-2000 strobe. very good condition. Few marks on outer body. Stobe is about 5 years old, done about 150 dives. All the original contents included (unused) and original box in perfect condition. looking for £250 or €280. Can ship anywhere. UK will be £10, Europe £15-20 roughly. US about £30. Based in Central London, happy to show the strobe if convenient. More pics available on request.
  17. I am selling 2 Seacam Seaflash 150D for Canon. The Flashes are used but work with no problem. 2 S6 cables Can be tested in Austria, Graz Price would be €2300
  18. For sale YS-250PRO strobe with all accessories. Guide number is 32! If you shoot wide angle against the sun they are a must have! Never flooded or had any problems with them. 5 years old. - one original battery 1.5Ah, (I have never managed to drain either one of them during a diving day) - two upgraded batterypacks NiMh with 4.5Ah - battery chargers - diffusers - mounting screw - YS ball adapter 1 inch ball - protective neoprene cover >> zero balance underwater. Price is €900 for the package. PM if interested, hedwig.dieraert@gmail.com I'm located in Belgium.
  19. Hello, I'm not sure this is the right forum, but here goes anyways. I'm a (more or less) proud owner of an Olympus TG-4 point and shoot and their underwater case PT-056. Recently, I bought a tray and a UFL-3 external strobe. Question 1: I am unable to get the strobe to work in the case via optical cable. If I hold the cable on the camera's flash directly, the UFL-3 discharges, but not when shooting through the case. I bought a 3rd party cable, and suspect that this might be a reason. The vendor however says that case, camera, flash, and cable work fine together. The setup is basically exactly like this: https://www.olympus.de/s/uw_usage_guide/en/setup/PT-056.html tg-4 -> pt-056 -> pfca-02 cable adapter -> cable -> ufl-3 Does anyone have any ideas? I would hate to shell out 100+ € for a fiber-optic cable if that isn't the reason Question 2: I was planning on buying a second UFL-3. If I understand correctly, I would need to have an adapter to feed two cables into the camera? Alternatively, I could use the second flash as a wireless slave. Would a second flash be worth it, and could I set everything up via FC-cable? I'm not the most experienced diver yet, but can control myself well underwater. Still I would like to be able to use TTL etc. and keep everything simple for the start. Is it even worth getting a second strobe with that camera? (I would consider replacing it sometime in the medium future depending on how things work.... ). My main interest would be in the macro type world (shrimp, nudibranchs, that kind of thing... ) Thanks in advance! JJ
  20. Sea & Sea YS-D1, 4 pcs. 260 eur pcs. Flashtrigger for Canon 130 eur. Hotshoe with split for Nauticam 80 eur. Nauticam extensionring with lock, 30mm 160 eur. Zen dome DP-100 for Nauticam 580 eur. Optic cabel set Nauticam-Sea & Sea 110 eur Optic cabel set Sea & Sea 110 eur Send world wide plus PP
  21. Two YS-D1 strobes $390 each or $750 AUD for both. Very good condition, fully functional, never flooded, rinsed in fresh water after every use. Excellent strobes that can be used for macro or wide angle photography with plenty of manual power control and a TTL function. Happy to post but buyer pays shipping costs.
  22. Along with the announcement of the Olympus E-PL7 and corresponding housing (PT-EP12), Olympus also announced a new strobe, the UFL-3 http://www.olympus-global.com/en/news/2014b/nr140828epl7e.jsp Where the previous strobes from Olympus only used 2xAA batteries, the new model uses 4xAA which is a welcomed change. The first strobe from Olympus, the UFL-1, was basically a rebranded Sea & Sea YS-17 TTL. Their second strobe, the UFL-2, was essentially an underwater version of their land flash FL-36R housed by Sea & Sea. While it retained the zoom function and wireless RC flash system, it was excessively bulky and low powered compared to the competiton, i.e. larger than an INON Z-240, but only packing 2xAA batteries instead of 4xAA. The new UFL-3 appears to be a Sea & Sea YS-01 with the addition of the Olympus Wireless RC flash system (to be used with fiber optic cables). Compared to the UFL-2, it appears to be a lot better. While it does not have the zoom function, it is about 300g lighter without batteries, and carry 2 extra AA batteries which hopefully translates to more power and faster recycle time (the press release states GN22 and 2 second recyle), where the UFL-2 had a recycle time of 6-8 seconds at full power ! In addition it also appears to have the target light as the YS-01, which the UFL-1 and UFL-2 did not have. Compared to other strobes, the Wireless RC flash system will allow flash sync speeds of 1/4000 or 1/8000 (FP modes) with most Olympus cameras instead of being limited to the 1/250 or 1/320 range. This could be usefull in some applications. More interesting is that the FP-TTL mode will allow TTL underwater with (hopefully) less drain on the camera battery (and faster recycling) than when using conventional TTL. The reason being that the camera flash only needs to transmit light signals through the fiber optic cable instead of a stronger flash pulse. Hopefully the UFL-3 also retain the TTL modes of a normal Sea & Sea YS-01 so that it can be used with other camera brands, but that we will know when it has been released. Guide number of the UFL-3 is stated as GN22, while the Sea&Sea YS-01 states GN20. Possibly just a result of a minor upgrade from Sea & Sea to their strobe unit.
  23. Hi. I love my Olympus TG-5, the macro is insane. However, I'm having some trouble shooting fish, as no matter what I do (iso, aperture, etc) the camera always picks too low a shutter speed when using a flash. I understand that the flash has to be able to sync to the shutter speed but I've had shutter speeds varying from 30-100 when using the flash. All to often this value is 30, creating motion blur in my images. This can be fine for slow, macro creatures but is incredibly unreliable for fish. I'm wondering if there is any hack (to allow me to change shutter speed) or a mode which generally selects higher shutter speeds which still allows me to use underwater white balance as well as shoot in raw. Thanks
  24. I have an EOS-M with a Meikon housing and I am trying to figure out the best way to trigger an external strobe. I got a 90EX speedlite, which works fine to trigger the strobe. It works with the camera's TTL to instruct the Sea & Sea strobe to output the correct power. HOWEVER, it has an annoying auto-off feature: whenever the camera turns off, the strobe shuts down as well. I can enable the camera screen power down and disable the camera system auto-off, so the camera will stay on the whole dive. However, I would really like to be able to turn off the camera between dives, and not need to open the housing again to turn the 90EX back on. I was wondering what my options are and if anyone has reccomendations. So far I have considered: Just open up the housing to turn the flash back on every dive. Works okay, but I'm worried about getting water into the housing when reopening it. Leave the camera on between dives. Potentially okay, but I battery barely lasts two dives as it is. Maybe I just need a fresh battery? Find another flash that doesn't auto power off. I've looked at some others, but they seem to also have power-save features that can't be disabled. Get a dedicated underwater strobe system. TRT-electronics makes one, but it's really expensive. For that price, I could get an EOS-M3 with a built in flash, and a new Meikon housing for it. Try to add a new bulkhead to the housing to use an electrical flash trigger Either try to add a new button to the housing to turn the flash on, or solder something on to the flash button and link it to a new button on top of the camera power button so that the power button turns on/off both the camera and flash. Any recommendations, or other, simpler options that I have overlooked?
  25. 2 x Ikelite Strobes. 1 x N160; and 1 x N161 (which incl the Video Light). AU$1100.00 for both
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