TTL Flash Exposure Connection with a TTL sync cord is the most trusted and efficient method to fire an external undersea strobe. The video camera's built-in flash does not have to fire, providing the extended battery life and zero lag time in between direct exposures. Our proprietary circuitry allows direct interaction between the cam and current Ikelite DS Substrobes * for the most accurate through-the-lens (TTL) metering control of an off-camera flash. Electrical bulkhead and TTL circuitry are supplied standard and consisted of in the base purchase cost.
No more fiddling with small hard-to-read knobs. Direct exposure settings of a DS Substrobe can be viewed and adjusted quickly using 2 basic pushbuttons in the back of the housing. TTL mode offers 4 half-f/stop increments over or under flash compensation to fine tune exposure. Or control strobe output completely through the back of the housing utilizing one of the 8 handbook power settings provided in half-stop increments.
Ergonomic handling Controls are provided for all important camera functions. Shutter, video recording start/stop, and a large zoom control knob can all be easily reached without removing your hands from the manages. Comfy rubberized grips offer quick-release accessory points for strobes and accessories. The tray and handles may be eliminated from the housing for convenience in taking a trip. The complete housing is neutral or somewhat negative in freshwater depending on choice of lens port.
Plainly Superior Design A clear view of the cam and o-ring seals helps with simple assembly and operation. Heavy-duty polycarbonate building is long lasting and corrosion-free to guarantee efficiency in even requiring conditions. Lens ports can be eliminated and replaced rapidly with a basic favorable locking system which offers visible guarantee when the real estate is put together effectively.