Ikelite iTTL Adapter with Ike bulkhead Connector to Ike strobes
Proven effective since its introduction in mid-2005, Ikelite's Nikon iTTL conversion circuitry is now available for use with non-Ikelite housings. Let the camera adjust your Ikelite Substrobes while you focus on composition and enjoy the confidence of automatic strobe exposure.
Base Price $
Price as Configured $
This product has been discontinued. Please scroll down for accessories and other options.
Overview / Product Description
Proper operation and TTL exposure requires use of a current-model Ikelite DS Substrobe. Every TTL adapter is equipped with a simple rotating switch that allows effortless toggling between TTL and manual exposure. When in TTL mode, exposure compensation may be accessed via the camera's built-in menus.
Single or dual Substrobes may be connected to the adapter using an appropriate #4103.51 (single) or #4103.52 (dual) sync cord. Use of dual Substrobes requires a #4103.52 dual sync cord. Two Substrobes cannot be controlled by individual adapters even if the housing is equipped with two bulkhead connectors.
Please note that strobe requirements may differ by adapter and camera models. TTL adapters are not intended for use with non-Ikelite and/or non-digital underwater strobes.
Ikelite TTL adapters are compatible with many brands of underwater camera housings that feature an external strobe connector. The housing must have either an Ikelite (ICS) style or standard Nikonos V style bulkhead connection. A 5-conductor TTL hotshoe for attachment to the camera is also required.
Give us a call if you are unsure that your housing and strobe combination will be compatible with the Ikelite iTTL adapter.
TTL adapters are not intended for use with Ikelite brand underwater camera housings.
Please note that these adapters have an Ikelite-style fitting at the strobe end and require the use of a #4103.51 (single) or #4103.52 (dual) Ikelite-to-Ikelite sync cord.