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SeaLife SL961 Underwater Digital Pro Strobe

B&H # SESL961 Mfr # SL961
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You Pay: $299.00

This item is controlled on the U.S. Commerce Control List set forth in the Export Administration Regulations or the U.S. Munitions List set forth in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and may require a license or other authorization from the U.S. Government to be exported from the United States. Without limitation, parties purchasing from B&H are solely responsible for determining applicable export licensing requirements and for obtaining any licenses or other authorizations from the appropriate agencies of the U.S. Government that are necessary for exporting the item, such as the U.S. Department of Commerce or the U.S. Department of State

Product Highlights
  • Auto & Manual Exposure Control
  • For Digital and Film Cameras
  • Rated up to 200'

The SeaLife SL961 is a powerful underwater strobe light. Since the strobe will fire with four different pre-flash settings, as well as no pre-flash, it will work with any underwater digital or film camera that has a built-in flash. Since water absorbs the red and yellow light spectrum resulting in blue pictures you need a flash to bring out the intense colors of the underwater world. It also reduces the backscatter problem that normally will occur when using a camera with a built-in flash.

When using the Auto Mode Setting, the strobe automatically adjusts the brightness for optimal image exposure. You can also shoot in manual mode. The strobe features variable flash control enabling you to dial the flash power up or down for better image exposure. Also included is a flexible, rubberized arm for easy aiming and a sure grip. This will allow you to position the flash for the best possible lighting.

Slave will fire with 4 different pre-flash settings as well as no pre-flash
In Auto Mode the strobe automatically adjusts the brightness for optimal image exposure.
In manual mode you have a variable brightness control for better image exposure.
60° angle of coverage
Recycle time of 7 seconds (Full power)
Up to 100 flashes with full power batteries
5700° kelvin color temperature
Configuration Strobe head
Flexible arm and camera tray
Guide No. 20 to 8
Power Rating Not specified
Coverage Angle 60°
Depth Rating 200' (60 m)
Flash Modes Auto, Manual
Exposure Control Variable brightness control for better image exposure
Slave Yes, 4 Pre-flash setting, No pre-flash
Targeting Light No
Audible Signal No
Color Temperature 5700° K
Recycle Time 7 Seconds
Flashes (Full Power) Approx. 100
Power Source 4x AA Batteries
Dimensions 2.7 x 2.7 x 4.1" (70 x 70 x 105mm)
Weight (Land) 1 6oz (450 g)
SeaLife SL961 Underwater Digital Pro Strobe
  • Flash Link Optical Cable
  • Tray
  • Flexible, Rubberized Arm
  • Deluxe Carry Case
  • 1-Year International Warranty
  • Batteries & Power

    Watson -  4-Hour Rapid Charger with 4 AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries (2300mAh)
    • You Pay: $17.95
     

    Sync Cords & Flash Remotes

    SeaLife -  SL9621 Flash Link Optical Cable for Flashes
    • You Pay: $29.95
    Usually ships in 7-14 business days i This is a special order item. Est. arrival at B&H is 7-14 business days (subject to availability). Your order will be charged at the time of shipment.
     

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