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  1. Has anyone any experience of the Anglerfish Remote Trigger? http://www.anglerfishlighting.ca/remote-trigger-v30.html This looks like an excellent solution for the irritating problem of trying to keep a snoot into the right position. I'd want to be able to fire an Inon Z240 optically - and I'm currently using Inon fibre optic cables. Thanks!
  2. Fiber optic port NOT included I am selling two Ikelite Remote Optical Slave Converters (from 2014). They are used but fully working, there is no fiber optic port that normally screws on the front included. I have more than I need so am selling. Connector protection included. Can sell singularly or as bulk - £50.00 each ONO. Information from Ikelite: "Trigger your Ikelite DS-series strobe off any camera or strobe flash. The Optical Slave Converter simply attaches to the strobe's electrical bulkhead in place of a sync cord connector. The enlarged slave window provides approximately 90 degrees field of view for remote triggering. Recommended if wireless slave triggering is your primary application. The Optical Slave Converter can be extended using the optional 3-foot Extension Cord for creative backlighting in wrecks, caves, and pool studio set-ups. It can also be used above water for studio photography work. The Optical Slave Converter supports manual exposure modes as set on the attached DS strobe. TTL exposure mode is not supported. An individual Optical Slave Converter is needed for each strobe. Use of multiple strobes requires one Optical Slave Converter per strobe. The Optical Slave Converter supports DS50, DS51, DS125, DS160 and DS161 strobes."
  3. Hello! I am interested in doing some remote strobe work but I haven't been able to find a way to trigger my strobes remotely. I have read reviews on the Triggerfish and Seacam remote triggers, but they don't seem to be available for purchase. I use Sea&Sea YS-D1 or YS-D2 strobes. Ideally, I would like an optical trigger that will plug into the bulkhead using a sync cable. A fiber optic cable would work as well, but either solution would have to mate with my Sea&Sea strobes. I am not opposed to purchasing a dedicated strobe for this purpose, as I have heard that the INON Z240's have an optical sensor, but also that they might fire unexpectedly or not at all, depending on how light reaches the sensor. Is there a remote strobe solution out there? Does anyone have one they are no longer using for sale? Any other ideas? (BTW, I'm not interested in using continuous light, such as video lights unless it is my last and only hope.)
  4. Soon you'll be able to monitor your GoPro etc. on the surface over wifi, while it's underwater. http://www.newsshooter.com/2015/11/24/interbee-2015-lumica-underwater-wifi-extension-unit-for-action-cameras/
  5. Preferences Preferences x I have my underwater photo equipment for sale. It means SeaCam housing with a Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III camera (body only) and lots of other stuff. It means altogether: - Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III Camera (body only) with manual, dual charger, 2* batteries, camera strap in original package - Seacam Silver housing - S45 sportsfinder with neoprencap - S180 sportsfinder with neoprencap - FP fisheyeport - SD superdome with optical coating and neoprencap - P120 macroport with optical coating - PVL 25 portextension - PVL 55 portextension - PVL 70 portextension - Diopter 77 - Wet diopter set (1 and 2 in a bag) - Zoom lens gear CANON EF II for EF 16-35 - Zoom lens gear CANON EF II for EF 24-70 - 2* Seaflash 150 digital with battery and neoprencover - 2* spare battery - tripod set (underwater) - remote socket, remote control release, 3m shutter cable - 2* flash arm 50/150/300/M8/bag - service kit (O-ring set Seacam Seaflash 150D, 2*Mounting set seacam sportsfinder, O ring set Seacam Canon EOS1D) I used them during only three diving trips. It means appr. 70 dives altogether. In 2011 I sent all of the equipment back to SeaCam for a full service (changing O-rings, etc). When I got it back I couldn't go to dive. So it seems as a brand new at the moment as you can see on the photos. I can send an Excel sheet contains all of the parts of my equipment if you are interested in. I would like to get only about 55% of the original price which is 13,975EUR or 11,501GBP or 19,230USD (shipping, insurance is not included). I attached a few photos of them but I could send you more if you need it. Some photos as a reference took by this equipment: http://seacam.com/en/focus/references/europe/istvan-juhasz I will ship the package from Hungary where my company is the Seacam distributor. Preferences Preferences
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