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The Ikelite RC1 Olympus and Panasonic TTL Receiver for DS Strobes is amazing! It allows you to enjoy the Olympus and Panasonic true TTL via fiber optic cable with DS strobes. For cameras with RC flash mode when partnered with the RC1 TTL Receiver, the exposure is calibrted from the camera which is more accurate and consistent compared to slave TTL. Manual mode can also be used.
Individual RC1 TTL Receiver and fiber optic cable is required for each strobe
The Sensor makes DS Strobes compatible with the Olympus and Panasonic LUMIX RC flash mode, providing automatic TTL exposure. For accurate performance set the DS strobe to “TTL” and the camera’s flash mode to “RC”. Using the camera’s flash exposure compensation controls to make fine tuned adjustments to the strobe’s intensity.
The strobe's output may be adjusted using the manual power settings built into the strobe (varies by model). Make sure the camera’s flash mode is set to manual. Choose the minimum flash output necessary in the camera to trigger the DS strobe. This will conserve the camera’s battery power.
Jellyfish photographed with the Olympus TG-6. 1/100, f/14, ISO 100
Curious wolf eel photographed with the Olympus TG-6, f/6.3, 1/130, ISO 400 wet wide angle lens.
Periwinkles on eel grass. Olympus TG-6.
Wolf eel photographed with the Olympus TG-6
Sea star skin photographed with the TG-6 in microscope mode
Wolf Eel photographed with the TG-6
Sea urchin photographed by Allie Northey on her first ever dive with a camera!
Buffalo sculpin photographed with the Olympus TG-6. f/13, 1/50, ISO 400
Sea cucumber skin photographed with the Olympus TG-6 using supermacro autofocus in aperture priority mode - a new TG-6 feature! f/16, 1/80, ISO400
The eye of a buffalo sculpin photographed with the Olympus TG-6. f/18, 1/100. ISO 400
Sea pen photographed with the Olympus TG-6. f/16, 1/80, ISO 400
Sea star photographed with the TG-6 in microscope mode
Lions mane jellyfish photographed with the Olympus TG-6, wet wide angle lens. f/6.3, 1/160, ISO 400
Flatfish photographed in microscope mode with the TG-6
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