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The name Symbiosis means interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both. With this, video light and strobe are now in one body. They could work at the same time or separately. Video light could be upgraded by purchasing just the LED head in order to have an up-to-date video light. Photographers can build on demand, they can purchase different kinds of modules to suit their needs.
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If you're interested in shooting both still photography and video this is the best option! It has amazing battery life and will last you a full dive day so there's no need for charging inbetween dives. I love using the iTorch Symbiosis Pro Strobe with Video Light SS-2R because it gives me the flexability to shoot amazing video and photos on the same dive. It's slightly heavier than most strobes, but it's very powerful and easy to use underwater.
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