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GARAGE DIVING EQUIPMENT SALE a-ha-ha-ha)) unless otherwise stated, all goods are in normal working condition and full retail set without original box 1. INON Z330 strobe + Snoot Set for Z-330/D-200 = $449 2. NIKON SB-N10 strobe + 10Bar snoot + 1-inch ball mount = $369 3. Retra Z330 Mounting module for Retra LSD = $49 after some DIY experiment 4. Standard mask set for Retra LSD = $ 29 new original pack 5. Diving torch (1x26650) = $15 working 6. 3x diffusors for Z330 : SOFT + warm 4600 + ND = $ 29 7. 10Bar laser snoot (without laser) for Sea & Sea YS-D2/D1 = $70 8. Clamps: Nauticam Standard 2x $20; Mini Gear 2x $27; Archon 2x $15; CNC black, red, blue 6x $6 9. F.I.T. Pro Tray and Grip Suite 03 = $249 excellent+++ like new 10. F.I.T. Z Adapter for any Inon strobes = 2x $15 11. Junestar Yellow Color Filter with M67 thread (for fluorescence shooting) = $11 12. F.I.T. Hotshoe Flex Light Mount = $29 13. Fluorescence Excitation Blue Filters = $69 14. INON Strobe Light Shade for Z-330 / D-200 = $19 15. 1-inch ball adapter with screw = 2x $5 new 16. SeaFrog ST-100 PRO underwater strobe = $129 new in box 17. Nitescuba NSS60 video light 6000 lumen = $179 excellent+++ 18. Olympus 40-150mm lens = $59 19. SUPE video light empty box = $4 20. Inon Z330 / Sea and Sea YS-D2 neoprene cover = 3x $4 21. Cressi Rondinella Fins for kids 5-6 y o = $9 22. Z240 and YS-D2 dome DIY diffusers = $14 23. YS torch holder = $3 attached only some pics because 1Mb total limit, all pic is here => https://u.to/qH8CGw Buyer pay shipping cost from Philippines, Payment - PayPal (+5% fee) or bank transfer 10Bar snoot or Snoot Set for Z-330/D-200 can be sold separately
I'm hoping for a little clarification. I just got a set of inon 330s and I'm having a hard time understanding the manual. Can someone explain the ev control switch and it's use on ttl vs manual. The advanced cancel circuit switch. Should I have it on the up position only when shooting manual?
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