INON announce new D200 strobe

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INON release new Super Midrange Strobe – The D200

The next generation lightweight and reasonable standard D-200 strobe equipped optically designed dome lens offering wide 110 degree coverage underwater without any diffuser which can sacrifice power, was released on September 8th, 2018.

Features

  • Dome Lens delivers underwater coverage 110 degree without sacrificing power

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Precisely designed front dome lens together with INON’s unique T-shape twin flash widens powerful strobe light without sacrificing any power to accomplish underwater coverage of a circular 110 degrees.

Furthermore, the D-200 has overcome the drawback of a high-power strobe which has long flash duration and reaches full power in significantly shorter period of time after flashing.

Together with flashing system in sync with pre-flash and main flash of camera’s built-in flash, the D-200 can deliver full power even at 1/1000 high shutter speed setting without cutting power.

  • Bundled Strobe Light Shade to prevent shining camera lens

The Strobe Light Shade is bundled as a standard accessory to cut a part of strobe light to prevent it shining onto the camera lens directly to dramatically suppress ghost or flare and backscatter when the strobe is located to significantly close to a lens port or using side lighting technique.

The shade rotates 360 degree. Intuitive operation with light clicks offers comfortable adjustment even underwater.

  • Radiation system to release generated heat inside

The D-200 strobe is equipped with circular metal heatsink carrying high thermal conductivity around light emitting area.  The heatsink can release heat generated inside of the strobe by each shot effectively to underwater.  Improved heat tolerance has resolved heat problem typically accompanied with powerful strobe. No stress with sudden stop of flashing to cool down.

  • 220 lumen, Shutter-linked AUTO OFF Focus Light

The built-in Shutter-linked Auto-Off Focus Light delivers 220lm brightness to support when focusing a subject and cease in synch with the shutter release and automatically turns on again.

To aim optical axis of the Focus Light in line with strobe light’s optical axis, the Focus Light has a fresnel lens in front supporting more accurate strobe aiming and improved usability

Not like a conventional translucent diffuser which can widen coverage while it has to sacrifice power and store heat inside, this specially designed dome lens diffuse light thanks to reflection ratio of air, acrylic and water to attain underwater coverage 110 degree with all powerful output coming through. Comparing to the previous D-2000 strobe, both of power and underwater coverage has been improved.

  • Conspicuous Phosphorescence Back Panel and Improved Intuitive Control Dials

Using white base high-intensity phosphorescence material for the back panel to improve visibility both during day and night dive.

Also control dials are enlarged for user-friendly controllability even through thick gloves during cold water diving.

  • S-TTL Auto /13 Steps Manual Flash Mode

INON’s proven and reliable auto exposure system S-TTL is equipped to benefit you with easy yet reliable accurate exposure.  In addition, optimized high performance slave sensor never miss camera’s trigger signal even faint or partially damaged fiber optics cable can trigger the strobe to offer faultless triggering.

Precisely 1/2EV. increments 13 steps Manual flash control is onboard to support professional use requiring fine flash output adjustments.

  • Wide Variety of Dome Filters

The D-200 strobe has a bayonet system to hold a strobe dome filter (*2) to attach/remove easily.

Besides bundled Strobe Dome Filter SOFT which protects dome lens surface and softens strobe light, optional Strobe Dome Filter ND which steps down at -4EV, Strobe Dome Filter (4600K) which changes native color temperature to 4600K and Strobe Dome Filter [4900K] which changes to 4900K are available.

  • Underwater weight -4g/0.14oz, Dramatically Lightweight

Underwater weight of the D-200 is 4g/0.14oz negative including the Strobe Light Shade and 4 x AA batteries (eneloop), which is much lighter than previous model D-2000 strobe (underwater weight: 47g/1.7oz) supporting comfortable strobe position adjustment when shooting or swimming.

  • Optical Trigger Supported

The D-200 is equipped with high performance slave sensor to trigger optically by optical triggering signal (i.e. camera’s built-in flash).

For more information please visit the INON UK website by clicking here.

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown

Nick and Caroline Robertson-Brown are a husband and wife team of underwater photographers. Both have degrees in environmental biology from Manchester University, with Caroline also having a masters in animal behaviour. Nick is a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in underwater wildlife photography and he also has a masters in teaching. They are passionate about marine conservation and hope that their images can inspire people to look after the world's seas and oceans. Their Manchester-based company, Frogfish Photography, offers a wide range of services and advice. They offer tuition with their own tailor made course - the Complete Underwater Photography Award. The modules of the course have been written to complement the corresponding chapters in Nick's own book: Underwater Photography Art and Techniques. They also offer equipment sales and underwater photography trips in the UK and abroad. For more information visit www.frogfishphotography.com.

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