Articles & News Tagged “Inon”
Inon ships Straight Viewfinder II
Inon is shipping version 2 of their Straight Viewfinder Unit. Specifically designed for full frame SLRs, it is available in a version for Inon X-2 housings or without an adaptor to allow it to be used with other housings. All available is an optional diopter for photographers suffering from long sightedness.
Inon ships Snoot Set for Z330/D200
Inon has announced a snoot set that will fit on their Z330 and D200 strobes. Both strobes feature domed lenses and the new kit allows the use of Inon’s existing snoot system with them. It ships with both 10mm and 26mm restrictor tubes and the new set features a brushed aluminum that focuses the strobes’ output.
Inon ships System Base III
Inon is shipping their System Base III tray and handle system. It is compatible with a wide variety of housings. The tray can be fitted with one or two handles and these can be attached at three angles. The handles can be fitted with a wide variety of mounting options for strobes, lights or other accessories.
Inon ships X2 housing for Panasonic GX9
Inon has officially announced their X2 housing for the Panasonic GX9 mirrorless camera. Constructed of aluminum, it has a machined front section and a cast rear. It has three independent dials to control exposure, has a wide range of lens support and ships with an audible and visual leak detector.
Travels with Inon’s Takuya Torii
Wetpixel Publisher Adam Hanlon recently spent a week with one of the hardest working individuals in the underwater imaging industry, Inon’s Takuya Torii. During the week, he attended the Inon UK event in London, dived in 5°C (41°F) water with multiple remote strobes, visited the Lake District and attended the BOOT show in Dusseldorf!
Inon ships ND filters for S-2000 strobes
Inon announces Front Cover 150
Inon announces the D-200 strobe
Inon will ship their D-200 strobe on 8 September. Intended as a mId range strobe, it offers a guide number of 20 and an 110° beam angle underwater. Powered by 2 flash tubes in a T shape, the strobe has a dome lens to spread the its output and can only be triggered optically.