Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL user manual

User manual for the device Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL

Size: 0,32 MB
Date of adding : 2013-08-20 15:16:00
Number of pages: 21
Print the manual


How to use this site?

Our goal is to provide you with a quick access to the content of the user manual for Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL. Using the online preview, you can quickly view the contents and go to the page where you will find the solution to your problem with Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL.

For your convenience

If looking through the Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL user manual directly on this website is not convenient for you, there are two possible solutions:

  • Full Screen Viewing - to easily view the user manual (without downloading it to your computer), you can use full-screen viewing mode. To start viewing the user manualCanon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL on full screen, use the buttonFullscreen.
  • Downloading to your computer - You can also download the user manual Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL to your computer and keep it in your files. However, if you do not want to take up too much of your disk space, you can always download it in the future from ManualsBase.
Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL user manual
« Page 1 of 21 »
Print version

Many people prefer to read the documents not on the screen, but in the printed version. The option to print the manual has also been provided, and you can use it by clicking the link above - Print the manual. You do not have to print the entire manual Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL but the selected pages only. paper.


Below you will find previews of the content of the user manuals presented on the following pages to Canon SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL. If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them.

Abstracts of contents
Summary of the content on the page No. 1




Summary of the content on the page No. 2

CONTENT 1. Warnings 2. Controls and parts 3. Compatible cameras 4. General description 5. Battery pack management .a General .b Battery recharge .c Battery maintenance 6. Shooting modes .a E-TTL, I-TTL, Film-TTL .b Manual .c Slave .d Dual flash operation 7. Pilot light 8. SOS safety mode 9. Display error codes 10. Maintenance 11. Standard accessories 12. Connections 13. Technical details 14. Warranty

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

1 WARNINGS • Never try to open the unit - the internal high voltage is potentially lethal. The unit may be serviced only by authorised service centres. • Shooting a flash close to eyes can seriously injure them. • Use only the original charging unit and TTL cable which are delivered with the flash. • Never connect two flashes together to a digital camera in a different way than the one recommended in this manual. Not strictly following the correct connections can result in a

Summary of the content on the page No. 4

2 CONTROLS AND PARTS CONTROL PANEL 1 - Power switch and mode selector 2 - TTL / MAN selector 3 - Ambient light meter for display 4 - LED display 5 - Ready light indicator 6 - Battery compartment 7 - Synchro cable socket FRONT 8 - Macro protection ring – removable for wide angle 9 - Slave sensor 10 - Bulb / Reflector 11 - Pilot light LED

Summary of the content on the page No. 5

BATTERY PACK 12 - Power adapter socket 13 - Recharger LED indicator 14 - Data pin 15 - minus (-) Battery pin 16 - plus (+) Battery pin

Summary of the content on the page No. 6

3 COMPATIBLE CAMERAS The SEAFLASH 150DIGITAL is suitable for CANON and NIKON cameras. It is compatible with digital / film cameras in E-TTL, I-TTL, film -TTL and in manual mode. CANON The SEAFLASH 150 DIGITAL is compatible with the following CANON digital / film cameras listed in E-TTL, film-TTL and in manual mode. By using digital cameras all the special functions as, +/- flash compensation, automatic AF- light, pre exposure lamps, automatic standby, etc. are supported. CAN

Summary of the content on the page No. 7

4 GENERAL DESCRIPTION The SEAFLASH 150 DIGITAL is fully controlled by a micro processor. Some of the significant advantages of using a micro controller are the possibility of managing digital communication on a serial bus with a digital camera and the possibility of easily updating the firmware in order to guarantee compatibilities with future generation digital picture cameras (if possible). An additional advantage offers the digital display (4) which is the perfect interface betwee

Summary of the content on the page No. 8

sealing surface regularly. Attention Always prevent water or moisture from entering into the battery container or into the batteries. Close the battery container (6) before using the flash underwater. If no syncro cable is connected, close also the syncro socket (7) with the protection cap. Feature The battery container is completely sealed. In case water enters due to an incorrect battery cup positioning or an o- ring failure, the unit will not be floated. Only battery pack and battery

Summary of the content on the page No. 9

max power. With 40% power residual ca. 60 lamps at full power. This should be enough capacity for one dive without recharging. When the battery is down to 20% the display and the ready flash indicator start to blink every minute for 4 seconds and an audible alarm sounds once. When the battery is completely discharged a continuous alarm is emitted and two lines are shown on the display. After 30s the unit automatically shuts off in order not to damage the battery. If the flash is co

Summary of the content on the page No. 10

long time, a few full charge/discharge cycles (4-7) are necessary to refresh the batteries for perfect conditions. .c Battery maintenance As for all NiMH battery it's advised to fully discharge the battery when possible before charging it. To discharge the battery, leave it inside the flash and switch it on in high pilot lamp (P1) position. The flash will automatically shut off when the battery is empty. The battery performance will increase after a few full discharge/recharge cycles.

Summary of the content on the page No. 11

showing the delivered energy in % on max flash energy, both with film and digital cameras. This feature allows the user to identify whether it is still possible to open or close the aperture. .b Manual mode The user can choose the flash energy between 7 + 5 different steps. Information With digital cameras no pre lamp is emitted. The display indicates the energy selected in % of max flash energy. Feature: 12 different output energy steps can be selected (7 +5 – a sensitive stop is a

Summary of the content on the page No. 12

IMPORTANT – FOR NIKON USERS For I-TTL use with NIKON cameras S6 sockets on the flash and the camera are recommended. Connect the main flash (master) always to the left socket – the 2.flash (slave) to the right socket. If two strobes are used you have to use the dedicated SEACAM - NIKON digital dual strobe connector (S-N DDSC). This circuit has to be placed inside the housing. When using 2 flash devices, the master controls the slave. The master is directly connected to the camera (wi

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

problem occurs repeatedly check and clean the camera hot shoe, the strobe connectors and wires. Wires plugs and sockets must be absolutely dry to be working flawlessly. Water inside the connectors can stop the data transmission and TTL working mode. 7 PILOT LIGHT A 3W power LED (11) generates a very bright pilot light. This light beam of 10° allows an easy and perfect setting of the flash. The Power LED has an output of about 180lm, equal to a 10W halogen bulb, and a life up to

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

with a true S.O.S. function. With the power switch (1) in the SOS position a true S.O.S. light signal is generated. This feature can also be used to test the flash. Attention Use the S.O.S. signal only when really needed and never use it to discharge the battery. 9 DISPLAY ERROR CODES If an error is recognized by the micro processor, a code is shown on the display, an audible alarm is emitted and all the activities of the flash are stopped. This error information is used to id

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

N5 SOCKET Pay attention when plugging it in; hold it at the anti-kink sleeve of the spiral cord, completely pull the movable nut back and tenderly press the plug in as soon as tongue and groove click into place. Then tighten the nut. Attention If no sync wire is connected, close also the sync socket (7) with the protection cap. Due very special positioning of the o-rings both plug in systems are protected against re- suction of water. Keep all connections dry. Apply our contact oi

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

• User manual 12 CONNECTIONS Connect the flash to the housing and the camera only as described below. Battery power supply plug Input: 12-14V, 1.5A DC CANON Syncro socket S6 (wires rear view) 3 1 – Trigger 6 5 2 – Camera Data 3 – Ground 4 – TTL / Clock 5 – Ready / Clock 6 – Flash Data 4 2 1 Wires (rear) side CANON digital 1/2 flash 3 GND Connect all wires to the housing socket following

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

NIKON Attention Never connect two flash devices parallel to a digital NIKON camera. It can result in serious damage of flash and camera. Syncro socket N5 (wires rear view) Flash cable 1 – Trigger 2 – TTL / Data 5 1 5 3 – Ground 1 2 4 – Acknowledge 4 4 3 5 – Ready / Clock 2 Flash cable to the camera housing Front view 3 Syncro socket S6 (wires rear view) 3 1 – Trigger 6 5 2 – TTL / Data 3 – Ground 4 – Acknowledge

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Nikon film 2 flash Camera Mounting-foot top view D1x D2x BAT46 BAT46 4 D1r 3 5 1 5 1 1 BAT46 2 4 4 2 3 3 5 2 D2r D1 D2 BAT46 BAT46 BAT46 NIKON digital 2 flash no digital dual strobe connector (S-N DDSC) installed. Camera Mounting-foot top view Master flash Slave flash 4 3 5 1 5 1 1 2 4 4 2 3 3 5 2 NIKON digital 2 flash S-N DDSC SEACAM - NIKON digital

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

dual strobe connector installed. (connection on component side) Connect all wires to the housing socket and to the camera hot shoe following the numbering J1 main strobe (master) J2 2. Strobe (slave) J3 camera (hot shoe) FLASHARM FIXATION Use the M8 stainless steel insert thread at the bottom of the flash to fix the SEAFLASH 150 DIGITAL on a flash arm. The M8 ball adapter is the best way to connect it to our reliable FLASHARM system. (not included in delivery). Cl

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

13 TECHNICAL DETAILS AND FEATURES • CANON digital E-TTL / film-TTL • NIKON digital I-TTL/ film-TTL • Energy 150 Ws • Uw-guide number 14 - ISO 100 / 1m at full power • Coverage light angle 130° • 180 flashes at full power • Recycle time 0,1 – 2 sec. • Manual light level selection in 7 + 5 different steps • Color temperature 4400°K • 10° Power LED, 110lm in 2 manual power steps and automatic mode, continuous burn time 3h. • Slave sensor, high intensive for all manu

Similar user manuals
# User manual Category Download
1 Canon 17 Digital Camera 24
2 Canon 110ED20 Digital Camera 18
3 Canon 1100HS Digital Camera 25
4 Canon 1000 Digital Camera 27
5 Canon 1N RS Digital Camera 51