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    Strobe for G10 / WP-DC28 housing


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    Dominus Diabolus Urinatoris ST-Forum Mod DevilDiver's Avatar
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    Great price for the strobe and the tray, I believe the actual arm is not included just the YS adapter and clamp.

    The add states a audio cable is included instead of F/O. I am not familiar with this....
    (The strobe come with silicon gel, manual, sea and sea sticker, diffuser. Original Optical fibra or cord are not included. But will follow with a audio optical cable which has similar function as original one.)

    The seller has a 100% rating as well....it is ebay but appears to be a good deal.
    DevilDiver

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    That is a very good price for a S & S 110 alpha, adapter arm, and a clamp. I have a pair of the previous model - the YS 110. They are nice strobes, more than adequate for macro and medium format fish shots. Easy to pack and carry, battery life is excellent (2 dives/charge on 2700 mah NiMH batteries easy, sometimes 3). I wouldn't worry too much about the recycle time, you rarely do a full dump anyway.

    If you ultimately want to do a lot of wide angle, the Inon Z240 is a better strobe (more powerful and more uniform light over the entire beam angle). But it costs $ 200 more. Like everything else, you get what you pay for. But the 110a is a quality strobe - just don't expect it to light a 120 degree fisheye lens, and you'll be fine.
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    Just got tray/arm set & YS-27DX from them + 10min DIY for attach optical cable.
    Very solid quality.
    Last edited by eunjea; 02-27-2009 at 02:31.

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    I would like to know model name and manufacturer of the adapter and clamp you have.

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    nice pics eunjea
    i really like the shrimp
    my s & s 110a strobe works really well and its target light is handy for night diving
    "Scenery, serenity & adventure."

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    yeah nice shots ,
    just confirms he canon g0/ g10 is a very good compact camera for underwater use
    , i have seen some excellent results with a similar setup to yours on flickr, cannon housing and external strobe,

    Matty

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    Quote Originally Posted by eunjea View Post
    Hi... how did you get these great pictures with the internal flash.... I've tried to do it and it always leaves a big shadow in the pictures...

    Could you please help me to learn?

    Thanks!!

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    Great price and quality. I got the same set. I built my own fiber optic cable. More details of the DIY and pictures are on my dive log website dive.vinaworld.com


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