New Products Announcements

Inon D-200 Underwater Strobe Released

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.

The D-200 strobe is available here

Kit with fiber optic cable and YS mount here

Kit with single tray and arm set here

 

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Ran Mor

Sales and Marketing at Mozaik Underwater Cameras
Ran is a professional photographer for over 14 years. His passion for scuba diving and photography has pushed him to combine his profession and hobby and become a professional underwater photographer. Teaching is one of his greatest passions and over the years he has shared his experience with many divers and aspiring photographers. Along with his wife Danielle, an experienced Scuba Instructor, they have founded Dive and More, leading dive trips and UW photo workshops all over the world. Ran is also an electrical engineer and an avid internet marketing specialist.
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