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Sea & Sea Optical YS TTL Converter First Look and Details

Introducing a new compact unit that converts the camera's TTL signal to a light signal. The converter can be mounted on the camera's accessory shoe and can be connected to SEA & SEA strobes, such as the SEA & SEA YS-01 and YS-D2 strobes, with Fiber-Optic Cables. TTL and manual modes can be switched by pushing the mode switch on the housing. SEA & SEA Optical YS Converter.



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The Converter currently works with the following strobes:





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