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  1. I just had my sea & sea ys-d2 strobe die on me and am looking for advice on replacement strobes. I've been looking at the inon z330 and the retra pro. I've talked to a couple of places and haven't gotten much help. One said the reliability of the retra pros is unknown because they are too new and they recommended the inons. Another place said my current ys-d2 strobes were more powerful than the new retra pros, which doesn't seem right. I've also read there's an issue with ttl with the retra pros. Does anyone have insights into the reliability of the inon z330 or the retra pro strobes? I'm interested in all good, bad, and dispelling information about these two strobes or any other strobes I should consider. Delia
  2. Have been thinking trying out macro photography using a snoot. Am currently using Inon strobes and like them, so I have been looking at the their snoot set. Seems simple enough to setup, but I don't see many reviews. If anyone has used the Inon snoot and can share their experiences, would appreciate hearing them. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi, I'm trying to put together a lighting system for my olympus t6. Right now I own the camera and the olympus housing. I shoot a lot of macro but I don't want to but equipment that limits me to only macro. I also want equipment that is good enough to go to my next camera when I eventually replace my a6000 with a new version and buy a housing for it. I'm thinking of doing either the ys-01 or the inon s2000 I'm hoping to get some advice here on building a really good bang for the buck system. I know there is the thought to buy the best and cry later...but I also need to eat so that is not in the cards. Below if what I'm looking at getting so far. Also here is a link to my underwater flickr..You can see the kind of photos that I take. For body and arms I looked at backscatter and was kinda blown away by the prices. I found this tray and arm combo on amazon..Its prime so I figure if I get it and its no good I can always return it. I also have a multitude of budget flashlights and instead of buying a purpose built video light or focus light my plan is to use one of my flashlights as a focus light. I also found the cold shoe adapters on amazon and the mount. I'm looking for a better price on the fiber optic cables..they seem wildly expensive on backscatter for what they are.
  4. F.S.: Two Inon D2000 Strobes, in excellent, barely used condition, with original box and accessories including Strobe Manuals, standard diffuser screen plus red spotting light stickers, spare O-rings and silicone lubricant. Each includes a one inch Inon ball mount and an Inon coiled fiberoptic cable. Never flooded, the battery contacts are shiny new. The D2000 is the junior brother to the Z240, weighs a bit less, with a fiberoptic cable connector and 20 GN guide number. My eBay rating is 100% buyer satisfaction. Please feel free to ask questions via PM. Paypal $299 one strobe or $580 both strobes $15 US shipping, $25 to other countries.
  5. Ikelite for Nikon D800 camera housing for Underwater Photography. Condition is Used and camera not included. I'm selling my full set up housing, strobes, cables, and different lens ports for macro and wide angle photography, etc... Housing is for the Nikon D 800 and d800e camera bodies. Complete with tray, grip handles, arms, multiple ball clamps, spare o-rings 2 Ikelite DS 161 strobes included complete with ball mounts and 2 chargers and battery covers. Includes two TTL sync cables one for single strobe and one for double strobe. Include two dome ports, one 4 inch, one 8 inch, two macro ports, 5 extension ports, zoom gear port, other zoom gears. Ikelte vacuum kit. All you need is the camera and lens and you're ready to take some great pictures. I may be forgetting stuff that I am including. Feel free to contact me with any questions or need detailed information. If you where to purchase all these items new, it would cost well over $7000.00 This is being sold as a set and will not part out. Equipment has been lightly used, see all pictures, shows small signs of wear, what you see in the pictures are exactly what you will get. Everything works as it should, well maintained after each dive, and never been flooded. I have more pictures available, including ones I shot with this setup. Buyer pays shipping, verified PayPal or cash accepted for local pickup, CONUS only Only $2990 Make me an offer, you never know ;^)
  6. This is a snoot lighting set for the Inon Z-240 and Z-2000 strobes. It's in excellent condition, barely used. Cost: $120.00, excluding shipping and insurance. If using Paypal, there will be a fee depending on country. If interested, please PM me or contact information through my website, at http://www.kandfoto.comor through Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Kandfoto
  7. I'm selling my entire system. I bought it brand new with a friend in about 2008. It's in great shape and hardly received any use. Included are the Subal ND700 housing (180 degree viewfinder with a 1.2 viewing range), the Nikon D700, two Inon Z-240 strobes, a Zen Wide angle dome port, two extensions (3 inch and 4 inch). The strobes have diffuser discs included. I do not have any lenses for the camera. There are no scratches on any of the ports. The system is really in great condition and received very little use. This is basically everything you need to get going except the arms for the strobes which are not expensive. I'm asking $6000 for the entire system. Payment will be by Paypal only. I will ship it insured and will cover the cost of shipping.
  8. Two Inon D-180 underwater strobes for sale! Both for £340 or each for £180. Both are in very good cosmetic condition and working order. The necessary o-rings, Inon lubricant and two 1.5 stop diffusers are included. Small piece is missing from one of the diffusers (can be seen on the picture), but I didn't have a trouble using it. The strobes have never been flooded and are corrosion free. Buyer pays P&P.
  9. Strobe INON D-2000 Type IV, as new, with original box, optical fibre connection, and Sea&Sea arm. All the items are in very good condition, being underwater less than 25 dives. For pictures write me at edoardo.casoli@gmail.com Asking 420 € Ed.
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