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I currently have an Inon s-2000 and need to get one more strobe. I'm considering the Sea & Sea ys-110a as it has a focus light and has a higher guide number. I use home made loc line arms and the specs say it weights -.04 ounces u/w.

 

I plan on using a Stix float on the arm. Not that I doubt manufacturers claims but is the strobe really that light?

Thanks for any help on this.

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I have pair of 110a and yes, it does float underwater.

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Yes, it does float underwater but you still need the Stix float to balance your camera. i have pair of 110a and still need the Stix Float not even at Marco set up...for my WA too... may be i add weight on my Dome :D

 

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photo by ckchong79, on Flickr

 

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My Underwater Set by ckchong79, on Flickr

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Thanks for confirming the weight. I have a new Sony NEX-5 and Nauticam housing that I'll be using with it.

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Test it at pool, i using 105VR and it heavy...60mm may be lighter try it....

 

 

 

Thanks for confirming the weight. I have a new Sony NEX-5 and Nauticam housing that I'll be using with it.

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Yes, it does float underwater but you still need the Stix float to balance your camera. i have pair of 110a and still need the Stix Float not even at Marco set up...for my WA too... may be i add weight on my Dome :D

 

5325484325_4c4dab4f6c.jpg

photo by ckchong79, on Flickr

 

4914503019_758df59173.jpg

My Underwater Set by ckchong79, on Flickr

 

Nice setup CK.

I'm using poor man's version of stix float.

 

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