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    SUBAL
    SB800 Strobecase



    Instructions for Inserting the Nikon SB800:

    • Slide the SB800 into the hot shoe of the Strobecase lid and tighten the fixing lever.
    • Check the O-ring. O-rings should be absolutely clean and lightly greased. We recommend the use of waterproof Silicone grease. Too much grease results in the accumulation of small dirt particles which can be hard to see. The O-ring groove and the sealing surfaces must be absolutely clean.
    • Slide the lid with the strobe on into the housing taking care for the index pin and hole, push the lid fully into the housing and lock the latches. Ensure that the locking spring of the latches click proper into the small groove of the nose on the latch.
    • When opening, please take note of the following hints:
      After you have unlocked the latches, lift the lid slowly and carefully to avoid water drips onto the flash. It is recommended to rinse the housing with fresh water and dry before opening.

    Cable:

    Operating:

    Although the TTL-cable supplied with the housing provides two equal Nikonos-System plugs it is suggested to use always the same plug on the SN-80D housing socket. Strobecase SN-80D with the Nikon SB800 is suitable for lenses of 14mm (with built in diffuser) or longer focal length. It works directly with the camera via the TTL cable. The maximum range is reduced to approximately 1/2 of the above water values.
    Because the flash underwater is usually in a sideways position correctly, the zoom reflector should therefore always be set on the maximum coverage angle. Please watch, when setting the flash unit, that the reflector is always in the horizontal position.
    Recommended accessory: Aiming Light adjustable bracket.
     

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