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I'm having a strange problem with shutter synchronisation on a Nikon D600 with twin YS-D1 strobes and fibre optic triggering, 105 mm macro. Mostly it works fine in macro at f22 but if I increase subject distance I sometimes get a black border on the bottom of the photo. If I open up to f16 this goes away. I'm not sure if I move farther from the subject at f16 if the black border comes back. I have the strobes on DS-TTL II mode (red ready light). Someone just showed me that slave TTL mode gets rid of this problem (blue ready light, engaged by long press on target light button). Can anyone explain or confirm that I should be using slave TTL and not DS-TTL II mode? Images attached: DS-TTL II mode - Slave TTL mode
Hi, I am selling my Nikon D600 housing and full u/w setup. It is basically new, I have used it only three times, it's in pristine conditions. I've had the occasion to buy a discounted Nauticam system, so I am now selling the Ikelite rig even if it's new. In particular, this is what I am selling: 6812.6 D600 Ikelite housing http://www.ikelite.com/web_two/nik_d600.html Ikelite modular port system for Nikon: http://www.ikelite.com/web_pages/2port_nikon.html 5510.45 8" dome assembly 5510.35 flat assembly 5510.16 port body 5510.22 port body 5510.28 port body Strobe system: http://www.ikelite.com/web_pages/ss_dig161.html 4061.1 Ikelite substrobe D161 + battery pack + charger 4067 spare Li-Ion battery pack 4103.51 Ikelite ICS-5 Digital TTL Sync Cords (two) 4086.61 SA-100 Arm Please contact me if you are interested in the whole thing or parts of it. I can send you pictures if you'd like to see it. The retail price would be $4,600 if you purchased it new. I am asking $3,600 for the whole package. Thanks, Cecilia