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  1. Hi I have a problem in that my Fantasea Nano focus light doesn't seem to be syncing correctly with the Inon S2000 strobe. Today, using just the one strobe, in pretty poor vis with lots of silt, using close focus wide angle, i kept getting a hot spot from the focus light. I've attached an example. I placed my strobe vertically about a foot above the camera facing straight forward, used Manual mode, and the Nano was attached on the cold boot attachment on top of the Inon converter for WA wet lens, and was focused immediately down in front. As you can see it has lit up the shot with a very definite hotspot. I did visually check on the dive to make sure it was actually turning off and it seemed to, but clearly either it didn't 'see' the strobe for some reason, or it's turning off too late. Maybe I need a 'better' focus light, or maybe I'm positioning everything wrongly....the strobe power was clearly a bit low for the conditions too, but it was working....and even if too low, the photo could be photoshopped to expose better and bring out highlights more...it's the bright light I'm concerned about. I'd welcome any advice!
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