10Bar Strobe Snoot with Laser Aiming for Sea & Sea YS-D1/D2

10Bar Strobe Snoot with Laser Aiming for Sea & Sea YS-D1/D2
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10Bar Strobe Underwater Macro Photography Snoot with Sealed Laser Aiming Light for Sea & Sea YS-D1/D2 Strobes

New Model! Laser aiming light is now internal and is always centered making it easy to use. Snoot now has more segments, even a pointer end!

Includes 3x LR44 Batteries!

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10Bar Strobe Snoot with Centered Laser Aiming Light for Sea & Sea YS-D1 & YS-D2 Strobes

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New Model! Laser aiming light is now internal and is always centered making it easier to use. Snoot now has more segments, even a pointer end!

This aluminum snoot fits tightly to the front of the YS-D1 or YS-D2 strobe and has 7 sizes of openings. Used to shape the light to smaller amounts and direct it on or near the subject, snoots are very popular, as they eliminate background lighting and backscatter behind the subject. Many creative effects can be acheived by lighting part of the subject, or using back lighting as well. However, up until now, they have been very hard to aim correctly.

Now 10Bar has added a sealed laser aiming light with an auto shut-off inside a sturdy metal strobe snoot. The laser light has a push button on/off switch and is powered by three small, long lasting LR44 batteries. It is mounted internally with a sensor that turns it off when your strobe fires so that the red dot won't show.

There are 7 opening rings that screw off. 10Bar has added a removeable diffuser to soften the strobe output. A snap cord is included so that you can secure it to the strobe when not in use.

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