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  1. These flash of Seacam Seaflash 250 Digital were bought for the expedition, but the expedition did not take place because of the change in plans. They lie a few years and I decided to sell them, they never plunged into water. My ad on ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/Seacam-Seaflash-250-Digital/263485386016?hash=item3d58f3ed20:g:gzQAAOSwI8laEVEu If you have additional questions, you can write to me, I will be pleased to answer, additional photos can be found at https://yadi.sk/d/1iIxqHq13PURB2 . See also one more of my ad, Set Seacam designed for canon eos 1D.See also one more of my ad, Set Seacam for canon eos 1D, completely new, never plunged into water! Many people wrote to me that the batteries in my flashes are bad and many flashes will not do. This is absolutely not so, the batteries are in excellent condition, they were stored charged, every year recharging. This month I conducted several of their tests, namely: Test number 1. Both flashes are fully charged from 90 to 100 minutes. This fully corresponds to their instructions. (they were completely discharged) Test number 2. Three times I completely discharged flashes with a bright LED (P3) in the pilot light mode. One flash worked for 5 hours, the second time 5 hours 3 minutes, the third time 5 hours 2 minutes. The second flash worked 4 hours 30 minutes, the second time 4 hours 42 minutes, the third time 4 hours 45 minutes. Test number 3. Each flash I made 190 flashes at a maximum capacity of 98% and they were not discharged, but could continue to do flashes, but the sound signal already sounded and I turned them off. 190 flashes so written in the instructions should make a flash at maximum power. They passed this test! In this regard, I believe my outbreaks are in excellent condition and I will be happy to sell them to a underwater photographer, whom they will serve for a long time! Good luck, if you have any questions, please write me them!
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