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  1. For sale is an absolutely MINT condition Sea&Sea YS-D1 strobe. Used on a single 10-day trip. Maintained meticulously. Selling only because will be purchasing a new full rig that comes with two strobes already. It will come in original, intact box, with all accessories included: YS mount and screw, ball mount, diffusers x 2, silicone lube, Allen wrench, manuals. O-ring is intact and has been removed, cleaned, and stored in the battery compartment - make sure to replace before use. Price is $550 with free shipping to the Continental US.
  2. I have a pair of YS-D1 strobes in excellent condition inside and out. There are no scratches, cracks, or flaws. Strobes rinsed after every dive, never flooded. These include 100 and 120 diffusers. Ball and YS attachments. Strobes function perfectly. $500 each or $900 for the pair including shipping in continental US. email churchill68_2000@yahoo.com
  3. Looking for a single Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobe to buy. Should be in mint condition, no corrosion and/or missing parts. Little wear acceptable. The less hours used the better. Can pay with PayPal. Please reply to bjkorner@gmail.com Living in Canada. Thanks
  4. For sale is a Sea&Sea YS-D1 strobe, brand new in the box, and never used. All of the parts are in original packaging. Price is $575, plus $10 shipping in the U.S. For international shipments, the price will depend on shipping method and destination. Included with the strobe are a Diffuser 100 (quantity of 2), Diffuser 120 (quantity of 2), Conventional YS Adapter Mount, Ball Joint Mount, Manual, and 1-year Warranty. Feel free to contact me at sharkpixie@gmail.com with any questions.
  5. Hi I use the Sanyo Eneloop XX which are great. I want to order new spare batteries. Should I buy the Sanyo or the Panasonic? I know understand that they have new batteries. Thanks, Hezi
  6. Hello hello! I checked to see if this topic was already on the forum, but to no avail.... SO I have recently won a trip to Palau and need to up my strobe game quite a bit. I liked the sea&sea YS-110's, they had good coverage and I never seemed to have issues with washed-out fish, etc. I now have the YS-D1 strobes and they have been a bi*** to control for wide-angle. They are either too powerful one minute, or the light doesn't travel far enough the next. So to the meat of the topic here, do I: 1) Sell my barely used, beautiful YS-D1's for an older model, (since I cannot afford the mac-daddy 250's) OR 2) I've switched between the 100 and 120 diffuser, and am having issues with both. Would a softbox solve my problems and what the heck does a softbox do underwater that the diffusers don't do anyway? I really appreciate any help with this, I really don't want to sell these strobes, my ISO, f-stop, etc. have stayed pretty consistent with both strobes so no issue there. -KDG
  7. Hi all, I'm going to take a break in Sharm where I'll can try my new equipment (sony RX100M2 + YS-D1 + Subsee +10). However, I'm bothered about RX100M2 settings. The camera has dozens of settings and I would like to have tips about which should be the most appropriate to have, especially for macro photography and the use of YS-D1 flash... Any tip is welcome! Thanks Ste
  8. Hi, I am looking to buy a second strobe to complement by single YS-110a, if anyone has a YS-110a or YS-D1 for sale at a good price, then please let me know. Strobes must be in good condition, never flooded and in full working order. I am based in England (UK) so a UK sale is preferred. Many thanks!
  9. Hi all, just finish reading Alex's old article about strobe filter to affect blue water color: The article is here. One of the sample that caught my attention is the comparison: That lead me to the question. The Inon Z2400 is 5500K, while the YS-D1 is 5600K. If I were to attach a gel filter on the YS-D1, which one should I get? I'm also getting a bit confuse while reading the article. So to get the kind of blue in the picture on the right, I need to warm it up (to about 4300K?). If that's the case, would a filter be easier, or manual white balance to a Kelvin that's warmer then the strobe (not custom white balance on a slate). By the way, the kind of blue I get is more on the left side of the sample, I thought it was because the sun was not behind me, and I don't have a magic filter. Thought? PS: I know Lightroom/Photoshop can adjust the blue, but I would rather get it right in the first place instead of spend days in front of the computer, and also I may switch to a camera that doesn't have RAW feature, using a Panasonic LX-7 now.
  10. Hi, I'm buying this items, preferably from Europe because I'm from Portugal and customs here are very strict. Contact to this email: andre.negocios [at] gmail (dot) com Thank you
  11. *** Complete Subal ND700 set for sale including****: Subal housing for Nikon D700 Subal FE4 Fisheye Dome Port Subal FP-90 Flat Port Subal EXR-33/4 Extension Ring Sea & Sea YS-D1 DS-TTL Strobes - 2x Sync Cord – Nikonos Style for YS Strobes - 2x Ultralight T base adapter - 2x Ultralight 8” double ball arms - 2x Ultralight New Style Clamp - 4x Ultralight Single Ball Arm end 8” Sea & Sea - 2x Various covers for ports and dome I bought the complete set one year ago // used for <2 weeks. New price $7,686.40 (see receipts attached) => asking price only $5,500 USD for complete set!! Unique opportunity to buy a complete set for a great discount in as new condition! Never flooded – no scratches. Most components have never even been in the water…. (except for housing and Fisheye Dome Port, used for <2 weeks). Happy to send more pictures upon request and elaborate over the phone or email. Email: jantoon.reigersman@gmail.com or mobile: +1 617 999 9129 Based in Southern California (Newport Beach), happy to ship globally at cost of buyer.
  12. Hi Everyone, I'm looking for some help / suggestions on my new setup. I have previously done professional photography topside (Weddings, Calendars etc..) but am completely new to underwater. I do have a desire to do both video and stills but to start I think I will be focusing on stills. I also plan on mostly wide angle to start and eventually macro. Most of my diving is in tropical waters, I visit Cozumel a couple of time a year. Currently I Have: - Canon 5DMKII - Sigma 15mm FE 2.8 - Ikelite dSLR Housing #6871.02 - Ikelite 8" Dome #5510.45 - Ikelite Port Body #5510.11 - Ikelite Dual Tray Considering: - Dual S&S YS-D1 Strobes - Ikelite #4118.2 Two Strobe Sync Cable - Ikelite 1 Inch Ball Adapter for Quick Release Handle #9571.3 - Arms ??? 1. Will this setup be fully compatible (I understand TTL will not work) and functional? 2. I have no idea which arms to look at Please help 3. Have I missed any pieces / parts to make this setup function? Please make any suggestions / alternatives.
  13. Hi all, I have only shoot with point and shoot cameras before. Now I am with Panasonic Lumix GX1 with a YS-D1 strobe. I appreciate if someone can advice (or direct me) to information on flash settings for this system. Regards,
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