The D-2000 has been discontinued earlier this year, and this week Inon have released its successor – the Inon D-200 underwater strobe.
The D-200 is based on the recently released Z-330, featuring the same upgraded design, but at a more affordable price, lower output and fiber optic triggering only.
Since its release, the Z-330 has been running into slow production issues, making it quite hard to get one with waiting lists reaching several months. The D-200 is readily available and faster to produce, which means it’ll be easier to keep up with high demand.
Main highlights include:
- Unique front dome lens, producing a wide 110 degree beam angle without any diffuser required.
- Innovative rotating light shade, designed to block the light that reflects back into the camera, to reduce backscatter, ghosting and flare.
- Easy to use controls, clearly labeled and large enough to use with thick gloves.
- Reliable and precise optical triggering, allowing both optical TTL and manual output.
- Ultra sensitive slave sensor, for easy off-camera work and remote triggering.
- Built-in 220 lumens focus light with Auto-Off feature when strobe fires.
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