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  1. Folks I'd welcome your views and advice on an aspect of TTL and fibre optics. I use my Nikon D800 built-in flash to fire my Inon Z240 strobes via fibre optic cables. It works well. What are the advantages of using a different form of strobe initiator, for example the recently advertised Turtle TTL or Subal's TTL V1 system? I understand that recycling will be faster (although that bothers me that I'd burn out my Inons!). But are there other advantages? I read somewhere that the strobe output of the Inons is limited by the guide number (thus power) of the built-in camera flash. A different initiator would avoid this. Is this true? To upgrade what I have would likely cost between 500-800. Quite a chunk of cash. Is it worth it? What would I gain? Thanks!
  2. Due to a change of system I am selling my Ikelite Nikon D800 housing (6812.8) with Leak Sentinel V4 vacuum system. It comes with a single Ikelite to Nikonos sync cord and a fibre optic cord for triggering the second strobe. Also included are 4 x ball mounts for the quick release handle and a port extension 5510.10 (since replaced by 5510.11). A selection of O rings and spares as well. The housing has been well used and shows plenty of scuffs etc. , but has never been flooded. I will draw your attention to a slight flaw in the housing body so that you know exactly what you're getting, just below the lens release knob/ button and is approximately 4mm long. Hopefully the attached image will show this. More images can be sent on request. At the moment I don't really want to split, but may consider offers. Looking for £850
  3. SOLD - Two (2) Sea & Sea Fiber Optic Cables (L Type); Model 50107; with boxes Very gently used and meticulously maintained. All is in working order. Shipping costs depend on your preference for speed, insurance, the weight and size of what you want, etc. and so are not included, but I will pass them on at cost. These are small enough to ship using USPS Priority mail for very little, depending on what else you may buy from my other listings I have currently advertised at the same time. Price is suggested; I can consider any reasonable offer. For sale to buyers in the continental United States only. $50 for the pair; $30 each
  4. I have 2 brand new still sealed in original packages Fibre Optic Cables. Nauticam housing to Sea and Sea Strobe. US$80 each + $10 postage By them both and postage is free.
  5. For Sale: Inon Z-240 strobe--only used on two trips, in excellent condition! Extra o-ring kit included. Will sacrifice at $650.00 Also, two Nauticam to Inon Z-240 fiber optic cables, $80.00 each. PayPal Accepted--buyer pays for shipping.
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