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  1. Hello everyone, Does anyone have input in regards to the best batteries for a pair of YS-D2 strobes? I have heard good things about the Amazon Basics, Eneloops, or Eneloops Pro. Thanks in advance, Oscar Ramirez.
  2. New to the forum but have always viewed this site as a great source of information. I shoot video with a Canon 7D in a Nauticam housing, using Light & Motion 2000X video lights. I've generally only used my lights on trips abroad (live in Southern California) but would like to start using them on local trips as well. While I've only used the lights on three trips (yes, I'd have been better off renting at that rate of usage), I haven't done a good job of charging the batteries periodically when not in use. Net effect is that I now have a great set of lightly used lights with batteries that no longer work. I unfortunately realized early on in a recent trip to Palau that I only had one usable battery, which resulted in a lot of potentially great, but half lit footage. I'm not able to locate any batteries, so I've really got two choices: If anyone knows of anyone still stocking these batteries (7.2V NiMH WN-6) it would be a great help, as I love the lights and would like to start using them more frequently. Conversely, if no batteries are available for sale but someone has a batch of batteries and a need to replace existing lights, I'd be open to selling as well. All help appreciated, and look forward to spending a lot of time here!
  3. Hello, I'm looking for Sea & Sea YS 125 or 250 Pro Batteries. The batteries and the strobes are discontinued but I really like using these strobes. If anyone has batteries for these models, would you be willing to part with them? I am looking to rebuild the battery packs and give my strobes new life. I appreciate it. Thank you - Scott
  4. Hi, I couldn't find a conversation about this so please point me in the right direction if there is one so that I don't duplicate threads. I use a YS-110 and YS-110a strobe. I was wondering if anyone had any info on batteries to use. I have 2600 mAh for one and 2000 mAh for the second. Does anyone know how many discharges I should get from the batteries when the strobe if fired when used on full power mode? The reason I'm asking is because I have a dive trip coming up where I'd be doing multiple days a day and I'm trying to work out how many spare batteries and chargers to bring along with me. I usually only do one dive a day when at home in Sydney..... so haven't ever run out of power.
  5. Hi I use the Sanyo Eneloop XX which are great. I want to order new spare batteries. Should I buy the Sanyo or the Panasonic? I know understand that they have new batteries. Thanks, Hezi
  6. Hello, I have up for sale 2 BigBlue VL1800M video lights, lightly used. Purchased in 2014, batteries show manufactured in 2013. Retail price $599 each selling the pair for $600 with extra batteries and 1 charging adapter for extra batteries. Original boxes and paperwork. They have wrist mount gauntlet and 1" (25mm) ball mount for use with most arms or dive light. Batteries charge fine, burn time is lower than original, but work for 1 hour dives without trouble on high. Some cosmetic wear on the anodizing. Shipping to US lower 48 for $20, insured USPS. PayPal only accepted. Note: Will not be able to ship until Monday the 20th of April. Product Specifications-VL1800M Light Source: 3 X ultra-high intensity LED Light Output: 450-1800 lumens Casting Material: Aluminum Alloy, anti-corrosive anodized Power Source: NiMH rechargeable battery pack Angle of Light Beam: 120 degrees Safety Designs: Double o-ring seals Color Temperature: 6500K Burn Time: I mode=8hrs, II mode=3.6hrs, III mode=1.8hrs Maximum Depth: 100M tested Size: D 59mm x 178mm Grip: 1 Video Filters: Red and Yellow Weight: 656g in air (including battery) Buoyancy: -290 (including battery) in seawater Switching System: Magnetic rotary switch (O, I, II, III) Transportation Lock: Yes Front Glass: Optical Convex
  7. For sale, in a pack or separate: Ikelite strobe DS160 with one batterie: with 1" ball adapter (very good conditions) 400€ 2x Ikelite NiMH batteries for DS125/160/161 (like new) 80€ each one The strobe + 3 batteries in a pack 500€ World wide shipments from Madrid, Spain. Freight cost to determinate and not included. Bank transfers or Paypal (adding 3% extra cost) https://www.flickr.com/photos/21230732@N04/
  8. Hi, I'm looking for recommendations on Photovoltaics to charge my camera batteries whilst out on extended shoots. I would prefer this method over a genny. Realistic charge times are obviously a must. Basically looking for a panel system with regulator and a cable system that is swappable between various chargers. Any feedback is much appreciated. Richard
  9. Hey Guys, I am selling (2) Ikelite DS 125 strobes that are in great condition and guaranteed not to be dead on arrival. Strobes come with original arm connector, rapid charger, diffusers and strobe connector plugs. These are both using the Nicad batteries and chargers. Batteries come to full charge and are working great. These strobes have been used to take many of the photos you see in Dive Training magazine. Strobes and everything listed above for $300 each with free shipping to the continental U.S. Buy both for only $550 and free shipping to the continental U.S. Also listed are (2) Ikelite batteries #4066.5 NiMH batteries with #4066.1 rapid charger. You might notice the MS on the batteries and charger; both these batteries and charger were recently owned by the Scuba Diving Hall of Fame member and great photographer, Marty Snyderman! These batteries and charger will only be sold as a group. Letter of authenticity available to purchaser from Marty. (2) Batteries and one rapid charger only $330. Batteries list for $200 each new and charger is $100 each new, so this is a great deal. Free shipping to the continental U.S. I also have a NEW Ikelite dual sync cord Non-TTL # 4104.32, Nikonos to dual Ikelite connector cord, that was a backup and never used. Only $110 with free shipping to the continental U.S. All monies in US dollars. These things are all my personal equipment. Thanks for your time, Barry www.bareports.com www.keywordworkflow.com
  10. I have several strobes I am selling. All are in perfectly good working condition. 1. Three (3) DS125]s. Each strobe comes with Battery, diffuser, ULCS ball joint and Ikelite Smart Charger: $375 each 2. Two DS125/DS160 spare battery packs in good condition: $50 each 3. Two (2) DS51's. Each is outfitted with ULCS ball joint. $225 each 4. One (1) DS50. It's outfitted with a ULCS ball joint. $100 5. Two (2) barely used Ikelite/Nikonos dual sync cords (non-ttl): $75 each 6. One barely used Ikelite/Nikonos single sync cords (non-ttl): $50 Email be with any questions at joe@joebelanger.com. Buyer pays insured shipping. Will consider overseas shipping but that will also require insured, traceable shipping. Joe
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