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I have just got a mikedive ttl converter for the panasonic lx5 and 10bar housing with inon z240 strobe..
Done several above water tests changing shutter speeds/apertures, so far it has produced consistant results.
Hoping to test it underwater very soon.
Last edited by akhlut; June 25th, 2011 at 04:49 AM.
Hi, how does the ttl converter work exactly? does it change the olympus firing protocol of the LX5 to something else? In my case I have the Sea&Sea YS-110a, and if I'm not mistaken it uses Nikon flash protocol (really don't know what a flash protocol is). The 10bar housing has a nikonos 5 pin bulkhead that would fit with the flash. I would only need to make the camera and the flash communicate each other in the same language.
I really would like to see some uw pics from yours.