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Sea & Sea DX-2G with Grip Stay S (Sea Arm) and YS110A Strobe

Discussion in 'Sea&Sea Society' started by geo88, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. geo88

    geo88 Angel Fish

    Like to ask anybody using the above setup? I already have a DX-2G.
    Reason being I am offered a promotional rate of YS110A with the Sea&Sea Grip Stay S Sea Arm. Not sure if I want to use this sea arm as I thinking of future upgrade.

    How is the grip of the sea arm underwater? Thanks.
  2. shoupart

    shoupart Barracuda

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
    If you are thinking of a future upgrade, I'd recommend against that arm and get an Ultralight arm system, or at least the Sea & Sea Sea Arm 7.

    The problem with that Grip Stay is that it is EXTREMELY limited in its ability to position the strobe. You simply won't be able to illuminate subjects as you want them to be.

    The YS110a is a great strobe, but with that arm, you won't be able to use it to its full potential.
  3. geo88

    geo88 Angel Fish

    Thanks. I got the sea arm and strobe...Playing with it now. Will upgrade to the better ball joints time when I have the $$$. I just live with this for the time being. =p
  4. mulla

    mulla Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Australia
    Sorry for replying to an old thread.

    Geo88 - How "strong" does the Grip Stay S feel to you? Reckon it can take a heavier light without breaking in half?
  5. paulvin

    paulvin Garibaldi

    # of Dives: 25 - 49
    Location: Perth
    The grip is plenty strong, but I really wouldnt recommend buying one. You cant get the strobe far enough away from the camera and as result get terrible backscatter or cant get decent lightning at medium distances.

    Yes, I know this is an old thread.
  6. Lwang

    Lwang Photographer

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: NYC
    you can not thread the strobe head in, and when needed, pull the bolt out (be sure to keep it tethered) and stretch the strobe head as far away as you want.
  7. sharky60

    sharky60 Photographer

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: somewhere between Texas and Mexico
    What was the "promotional rate", and through who?

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