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For sale I have a very lightly used Panasonic G9 setup with the following for sale. All prices were converted to Euros. All items have original packaging except for the housing. Switched systems to the Sony A1. Deal for package, individually adds up to $5925, will sell as package for $4400. Panasonic G9 Camera - $700 2 x Sea & Sea YS-D2j strobes - $800 for both Inon S2000 strobe - $250 O-Turtle Smart TTL trigger for olympus/panasonic - $250 Anglerfish 4K AFCL-HD57 monitor (paid $1540) - Asking $1100 Olympus 60mm macro lense - $350 Olympus 8mm f1.8 fisheye lense - $600 Panasonic 12-35 ii f2.8 lense - $400 Panasonic 7 -14mm f4 lense - $400 Panasonic 8mm fisheye lense - $325 Nimar G9 Pro housing (had a minor leak and will require electronics replaced. A couple of buttons are not functional as well, i have to ship from Canada to Italy for servicing which does not work for me). Comes with polycarbonate dome port for Olympus fisheye, Panasonic 12-35 ii, Panasonic 7-14. Also macro port for Olympus 60mm, many spare o-rings and buttons - $750
Good evening. I have an issue with my new photography gear. I'll explain it here written but I also made a video for those who prefer not to read. The whole setup is new and the batteries are charged. I'm using a Canon RP in a Nimar housing. I have a flash trigger sitting in the hot shoe (battery is new as far as I know). I had to stick the LED to the optical bulkhead but I made sure that the LED sits right in the middle of it. The optical bulkhead was already installed by Nimar. It was delivered with a small adapter to put two cables at the same time. I am using new Inon fiber optic cables and 2 Inon Z330 strobes. Here is what I tested (and documented in the video): When the shutter is actuated the LED Flash sync works every single time, a quick red light is emitted. (I confirmed with Nimar that the LED is indeed red and it's not a sign of low battery or similar). When I hold the strobe about 10 cm close to the optical bulkhead this little LED is strong enough to trigger it. I did this to make sure that the camera & strobe are in the right mode to fire. Both strobes work with this test. When I connect the fiber optic cables to the bulkhead and look at the ends, I can see the red light every time I click the shutter. I assume that with these steps I show that the camera, the flash sync, the cables and the strobes all reliably work. Now that I put everything together the strobes don't fire. My assumption is that the cables don't carry enough light to trigger the strobes? They seem clean and are original cables, so I assume good quality. Do I need to cut the tip off or something? I used them like I got them. They don't have any kinks or other visible issues. Any recommendations on how to proceed? Do my tests clearly define the cables as the problem or did I miss something? Is there a way to adjust the sensitivity of the light sensor of the strobes? Here is the link to the video: Thanks in advance for any help. Patric