ikelite SubStrobe DS50 + Genuine Arm

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I’m selling my lightly used DS50 SubStrobe Setup, this was my second purchased setup and was hardly used as I stopped diving due to medical reasons at the time.

comes complete with all genuine ikelite parts and is in perfect condition.
 
Ikelite DS 50 Underwater Strobe with a diffuser.

Comes with genuine ikelite 6″ arm & clamps
as you can see from the pictures all great condition and not been battered around the reef, and including all protective covers.
all tested and working. but please ensure full inspection and checks before using underwater.
please check out my other auction for an manual ikelite EV Controller.
Manufactoring Blurb..
The DS-50 was created especially for use with digital cameras, but is completely compatible with all film cameras including the Nikonos and all new Nikon systems. It can be used with normal or pre-flash camera systems. The DS-50 features the best price, recycle time, and most flashes per set of batteries in its class.

The DS-50 provides ten power settings in half/stop increments when connected to our Manual Controller. This controller can operate as a wireless sensor triggered by another strobe, or by attaching an optional sync cord.

This compact strobe provides 50 watt seconds of electrical energy with coverage adequate for lenses as wide as 28mm, or add the included diffuser for wider coverage and softer lighting. Combine several to cover very wide angle lenses with minimal illumination of particles suspended in the water.The DS-50 operates TTL when connected with appropriate sync cord to applicable cameras or housing; or utilized with our wireless TTL Slave Sensor system.

Size
Weight
Energy Rating
Coverage Angle
Color Temp
Power Source
Flashes
Recycle Time
8cm x 12cm ~ 3.2″ x 4.7″
0.6 kg ~ 1.3 pounds
50 watt-seconds
70 degrees
5700 degrees Kelvin
4 “AA” alkaline
200 Full Power
3.5 seconds
Listing ID: 2496194d6a0e73c4

17th November 2021 10:17 am

13 days, 2 hours

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