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Sea and Sea D200 Housing and Inon Z240 TTL Compatibility

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I've done an extensive serach of exisiting posts, but can't find an answer to this question:

 

Are the Inon Z240's (S-TTL) compatible with the TTL Convertor offered with the Sea and Sea D200 Housing?

 

From the Sea and Sea Website (http://www.seaandsea.jp/products/digital/dxd200/acce.html)

 

"This converter is equipped with a built-in TTL PCB that connects a Nikon digital SLR with SEA&SEA Series-YS strobes and uses the camera’s TTL flash adjustment to control the amount of light put out by the strobe. The converter allows quick switching underwater between TTL mode and manual mode from outside the camera. You can use the TTL correction dial after checking the results of a shot in the LCD monitor to adjust the amount of strobe light for the next shot. Because the converter comes with two separate strobe connectors, you can use advanced automatic TTL flash adjustment with two strobes."

 

On the Inon site it mentions the following: (http://inonamerica.com/content/docs/Z-240%20strobe%20settings%20-%20Quick%20StartLT60812.pdf)

 

"S-TTL Mode is not available when the the Z240 is connected to camera/housing with electric sync-cable"

 

What is the difference between S-TTL and i-TTL? Is there a difference?

 

Thanks

 

Roger

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STTl is an optical sync mode for digicams, doesn't apply to hardwired situations.

Not sure about the rest.

 

Jack

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HI YES

 

they all work fine, i'm using the exact combo, and its wonderful

 

go get one !!

 

craig

 

 

STTl is an optical sync mode for digicams, doesn't apply to hardwired situations.

Not sure about the rest.

 

Jack

 

 

HI YES

 

they all work fine, i'm using the exact combo, and its wonderful

 

go get one !!

 

craig

 

 

Oh i forgot to say,

 

you simply place the strobe to STTL and and thats all you need to do, if you want to use AUTO mode you need to place the converter into Manual Mode, as so for manual flash shooting as well

 

the converter has +/- 1 stop of TTL exposure on the dial as well.

 

the Z-240 ttl exposure comp doesn't seem to work, but that doesn't matter...

 

craig

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