Articles & News Tagged “Uw Technics”
UW Technics ships TTL circuit for Nauticam NA-EM1X
UW Technics is shipping a TTL circuit board for the Olympus OM-D E-M1X camera in the Nauticam NA-EM1X housing. It offers electro-optical or electrical TTL or manual strobe triggering. The circuit also provides control of strobe output via the camera’s controls and access to camera menu functions. It is user installable.
UW Technics ships TTL converter for Sea&Sea
UW Technics ships TTL board for Panasonic GH5
UW Technics are shipping a new TTL conversion board for the Panasonic GH5/GH5s housed in Nauticam housings. It offers both optical and electrical strobe triggering and supports most popular strobes. The board allows for camera control of manual strobe output and can be user installed.
UW Technics ships TTL converter for Olympus cameras
UW Technics are shipping a TTL and optical converter board for Olympus cameras. It is compatible with all newer Olympus mirrorless cameras in Nautica housings and Inon, Sea&Sea, Subtronic, and Ikelite strobes. It is available for self-installation and provides two optical and one electrical TTL output.
UW Technics releases TTL firmware for Subtronic strobes
UW Technics has announced new firmware that offers support for TTL profiles with Subtronic strobes. The TTL converters equipped with this firmware are available for many housings and is compatible with both current and legacy Subtronic strobes, along with other strobe brands. The TTL circuits offer flash exposure compensation via the cameras’ controls as well as rear curtain sync with Canon cameras.
UW Technics announces external TTL converter
UW Technics has announced their external TTL controller for Nikon. Compatible will all Nikon cameras and available with optical or electronic output, it is attached via any M14 housing port. It is compatible with Z-240, YS-250, DS-161, YS-D1, YS-D2 and strobes.
UW Technics releases TTL converter
At the recent BOOT Show, Subal, Nauticam, BS Kinetics and others were showing or offering new TTL circuitry that enables both electric and fiber optic TTL (and manual) triggering of strobes. Wetpixel has done a little digging, and can now reveal the actual specifications of the board. Currently available only for Nikon cameras, and for use with Z240 and YS-D1/D2 strobes, there are plans to launch versions for Canon and perhaps Sony, as well as for additional strobes.