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  1. Only AFTER purchasing this 4302 adapter did I abandon the idea of shooting TTL and decided to stay manual. It has never been wet. In fact, it's only been out of the original packing once for inspection upon arrival. Backscatter and Reef Photo have them new for $350. Best offer gets it. You can read all about it here: http://www.ikelite.com/web_two/ittl_adapter.html contact me at parkchapman(at)suddenlink.net
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