Regular Price: £845.00
Special Price Ex. VAT: £687.50 Inc. VAT: £825.00
Non Ikelite housings All Non Ikelite housings use 1/4"-20 for their tray mounting screws.Learn More
- If you have a housing with more than 2 screw holes you can choose either single or dual options depending on whether you want to attach using 1 central hole or 2 of the outside holes.
- If you have a housing with a single screw hole it will be 1/4"-20.
- If you have an ikelite housing with 2 screw holes it can either be 1/4"-20 or 12-24 depending on when you purchased it.
- If you have the ikelite G16 Non TTL housing #6147.16 this housing has 2 1/4"-20 threads.
- if you purchased your housing before or during 2015 it will have 12-24 screw threads.
- if the housings is grey/white coloured they will be 1/4"-20.
- if the housing is clear and you purchased the housing in 2016 or after you will need to check what the threads are.
Regular Price: £650.00
Special Price Ex. VAT: £525.00 Inc. VAT: £630.00
Unprecedented power, speed and quality all combined in one strobe.
(Made in Japan)
Please check this link to Sea & Sea's chart of compatability.
You may need to change the mode of the strobe for some camera models.
Ex. VAT: £375.00 Inc. VAT: £450.00
This is a package for the Inon S-2000 strobe with all the parts needed to fit it to most compact housings. The included tray can be used with housings that have both a single bolt fitting, or a double bolt fitting. The tray also comes supplied with an extension, which can be attached to allow a second arm to be fitted.
The included fibre optic cable has an Inon type fitting on one end and a Sea & Sea type fitting on the other. A Sea & Sea type fibre optic socket (6mm hole) is found on most modern housings. If needed, the Sea & Sea connector on the fibre optic cable can be removed so the cable has a bare end instead. If your housing has no fibre optic cable socket then you can use one of the pads linked below.
The S-2000 is one of the best small strobes on the market right now and is compatible with most compact cameras. It has a TTL option which is an auto power feature where the strobe mimics the camera's flash output or you can use the manual power dial on the strobe instead. As TTL is a often bit hit or miss with any system, controlling your power manually is usually a much better option when working with most cameras, especially if your camera allows you to control the aperture and shutter speed manually. If your camera has the option to set its flash output manually then this is the most reliable way to make it work with a strobe such as this. In that case you might as well set the camera's flash output to a very low setting to speed up the operation.
If you want a small strobe for the Canon Powershot G9 X II or G7 X II, this is the model we'd recommend. You will need to set the flash output manually as described above.Learn More
Ex. VAT: £290.83 Inc. VAT: £349.00
Bigblue VL4200P - 2019 edition
This is one of our favourite video lights. At 4200 lumens it has plenty of power for most uses and lovely wide 120 degree beam angle. It features four power settings, a flashing SOS mode and an alternate red light which many underwater creatures can not see. It will give you an hour and a half battery life on full power and includes battery life indicator. The battery can be replaced by the user and spares can be purchased separately. A charger is included.
The light now comes with both a YS mount and a ball mount as standard. As an added bonus, and also in an attempt to reduce unnecessary single-use packaging, the light now comes in a colourful dry-bag. The colour of the included drybag is a lucky-dip, we have no control over it.
The light is available in three colours, black, pink and blueLearn More
Ex. VAT: £204.17 Inc. VAT: £245.00
This is the new 2019 edition of the BigBlue AL2600WXP, nicknamed Black Molly V. This version has shrunk since last years model, it is the smallest 2600 lumen underwater video light we have ever sold.
We think it is a very good light for the price and has enough power for most people's needs when shooting smaller subjects. For larger subjects you might want to consider the more powerful VL4200P model instead. 2600 lumens would have been considered extremely bright a few years ago, however with the extra power available, companies such as Bigblue have been able to improve their lights by making the beams much wider. This is great news for working with a wide angle lens, but it does reduce how far the light will penetrate through the water, hence the need for even more power at times.
This light is generous with the features and the supplied accessories. It has a built-in red light which many underwater creatures can not see, an SOS mode, a changeable rechargeable battery plus separate charger, battery indicator lights, four power settings, a removable yellow filter, two types of mount(ball and YS), a wrist lanyard, and in order to reduce single-use packaging it now comes shipped in a handy colourful drybag(it is lucky dip with the colour folks).Learn More
Ex. VAT: £437.50 Inc. VAT: £525.00The VL10000P 10,000 lumen pro-sumer video light keeps its affordability along with high-performance features. This light has four power settings and a maximum burn time of 25 hours! It has a 120 degree extra wide beam that’s perfect for videos and photos as there are no hard edges. The rechargeable battery pack (included) is easily removed for quick charging and also comes with a 1″ ball mount, a yellow filter and dry bag. The VL10000P has a lighted battery level indicator and a built-in red led setting for sneaking up on your favorite undersea creatures. Learn More