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  1. SAGA has always surprised us UWPhotogs with solutions to long term problems like using ports in a different housing brand by constructing adapter rings or flipon-flipoff wet lenses mechanisms, length changing macro port etc... Now, after several trials by different photographers and Retra of installing a lens at the end of a snoot, they have built their own version which includes very clever and useful new ideas: - It has a focusing mechanism to adapt to the required distance (the lens screws in-out). - It has a group of optical fibers to conduct the strobeĀ“s target light to the center, so even strobes with off-centered target lights (Inons, S&S YS-D1...) can be used and "pointed", and with a non-diffused but strong light (see pic). - It has a rolling disc with different diameters (I guess one can make any shape...) with confirmation "clicks" on every step. I have not tried it yet but it really seems smart. Contact www.sagadive.com Pics: General view: Extended lens: Inside: This is a picture of the target light, which seems very bright: One strobe shot: Some pool tests:
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