Flash pack IKELITE DS 51 Flex arm + cord
This Powerful IKELITE DS51 Flash is ideal for all types of photographers, beginner as professional.
Its unique mode-setting dial makes it an easy-to-take flash. The switch between TTL mode, full power manual mode and the 5 intermediate exposure power modes are immediately accessible.
Its rear compartment sealed battery door is transparent and allows to see easily the O-ring to check the good sealing of the assembly.
The battery compartment is completely disconnected from the electronics compartment to avoid damage to the electronics and the flash tube during a possible drowning of the battery compartment.
A TTL exposure mode
When the flash is combined with an Ikelite subwoofer equipped with TTL electronics, the flash automatically adjusts the exposure to capture your macro shots or snapshots.
- 1 flash 50 watts / second
- 1 flash diffuser
- 1 fat greenskin
- 1 flex arm Locline 28mm Ikelite 4087.21
- 1 sync cord Ikelite / Ikelite 4103.51
- 1 Notice in English
- Weight: 590 grams
- Power: 50 Watts / second
- Cover angles: 70 ° and 80 ° with diffuser
- Guide number (ISO100) m: 17
- Modes: TTL / automatic and manual tuning
- Adjustable slave cell with 10 different levels (IKE 4100.6)
- Color temperature: 5700 ° Kelvin
- Power mode: 4 R6 alkaline batteries, or 4 Ni-cad or NiMH batteries
- Number of Flashes: 200 at full power
- Flash recharge time: 3.5 seconds at full power. Shorter for intermediate powers.
- Depth of use: 90 meters
SUPPLEMENTARY ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS:
- Adapter on rail for mounting on arm with ball 25mm: IKE 9571.4
- Adapter on rail for Flex arm mounting: IKE 9573.4
- Ikelite / Ikelite TTL compatible sync cord: IKE 4103.51
- Flash Diffuser: IKE 0561.2
- Rear Rear Door: 9044.45
The guide number of a flash corresponds to the intensity of illumination at the center of the beam. many flash manufacturers choose to use a reflector that focuses the beam at its center to artificially increase the guide number of the flash. Ikelite chose to "sacrifice" the guide number very lightly in order to favor a soft, homogeneous image without hot spot.
Most underwater flash manufacturers indicate in their flash characteristics a maximum beam angle and not a coverage angle. The average coverage of a submarine flash is generally narrower than that indicated (average between 55 and 70 °). The coverage angle of Ikelite flashes is therefore well above average.