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Tried my new Ikelite AF35
Sounds like an O-Ring problem, you need to use a bit of silicon when closing and O-Ring should be removed and cleaned after every dive. If the flash isn't working, you will have to send it in for service. Here is the address;Ikelite50 W 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46208317-923-4523
I have purchased an Ikelite
have an af35 myself and know from experience the issue is very likely to be the way you have the block out for the cameras flash. if you block it by having the tape inside the housing it confuses the af35 to fire at a higher setting. from what i can gather it senses the strength of the camera flash and adjusts. I get the best results with the blockout on the camera supplied diffuser, stops the flash camera going forward and gives plenty of light to get the af35 to fire right. to blockout i just use some black tape , fabric tape seems to stick well.
you will still need to set the auto level setting.
hope it works out, i find it a great flash.
and the guys at ikelite very very helpful.
What is the battery placement
You have to use 4 "AA" alkaline, NiCad, NiMH batteries for the Ikelite F35.You can read the detailed description below to know how to replace the batteries.
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Photos are fuzzy. At the time it takes 52 picts. a round. Would they be sharper if I reduce the picts?
Photos are fuzzy due to many reasons and the main two reasons are that the subject is out of focus or the subject or the hand shake during the time of taking the snap.
Please make sure that you select appropriate picture modes (Macro, Portrait, Landscape etc..) when taking snaps. Make sure that when you press the click button half-a-way (known as AE mode), the subject is still in focus.
Try using a Tripod stand in case the hand is not steady or try increasing the shutter speed if its an SLR camera. That should help.
Let me know if that works.
12/2/2021 7:29:48 PM •
3 days ago
ESP 7250 Not printing the gray color on the test page
Not much to go on. If you mean the black cartridge is not giving any ink, and the printer does not say the cartridge is empty you still have a problem. But it is possible to solve.
If I'm guessing right, remove the cartridge with the black ink and look in the printhead. You see the little pipe sticking up, where the black ink is going in. with a dropper, just do a few drops of cleaning fluid on that pipe and replace the cartridge. Than let the printer print some black pages, till the black ink is coming through.
It also could be the cartridge with the black ink is empty or dried. If you shake (take care you will spray ink if you don't seal the ink outlet) and you don't hear any ink in the cartridge, unless what the computer or printer thinks it still is empty.
12/2/2021 7:29:44 PM •
3 days ago
Nikon ISO D100
Sounds like you are set in ISO AUTO. This will change your ISO when you are in light that is low enough to give underexposure. In most of the shooting modes, the D100 will change shutter and/or aperature to prevent underexposure, but if it can't avoid the underexposure, it will change the ISO to correct the underexposure.
It also sounds like you have a low light shooting situation. The blur you see is likely from the long exposure, which is pretty hard to hand hold. Noise in the picture would be from the high ISO, but if it's a noise problem you probably don't have blur.
Avoiding the blur is best done with a tripod or a shutter speed of at most 1/60. If you can't get a good exposure at 1/60 or faster, then try the tripod. If you can't use a tripod, then let the ISO (in auto) go up to 1600 and then remove the noise with photoshop or another photo editor. You'll have to play around with the noise reduction settings to get one that works for you.
The key to low light photos is to make sure you get an exposure that isn't blurred, even if you have to use a high ISO. It's easy to remove the noise in software, but blurry photos can't be fixed.
12/1/2021 2:22:43 AM •
on Dec 01, 2021
How to connect Arlo camera with your wifi?
You can follow these steps to connect your Arlo Baby camera to a different WiFi network:
- Launch the Arlo app or log in to your Arlo account at myarlo.com
The Devices page displays.
- Tap or click Settings > My Devices.
A list of cameras displays.
- Tap or click Arlo Baby to select it.
- Tap or click Device Settings.
- Tap or click Wi-Fi Network.
The name of your currently connected WiFi network displays.
- Enter the new WiFi network name and password.
- Tap or click Continue.
- Follow the prompts to connect your Arlo Baby camera to the new WiFi network.
If you are using a mobile device, your settings are saved.
- If you are using a computer, click Save.
Your settings are saved.
- If you see the Renable Camera button on your Devices page, press and hold the Sync button on your Arlo Baby camera for 10 seconds.
- Wait two minutes.
You are able to stream from Arlo Baby again. If you do not want to wait two minutes, you can power cycle your Arlo Baby camera instead.
11/24/2021 6:31:02 PM •
on Nov 24, 2021
Stealth cam takes good day ,night are black. Battery are new
The infra-red source light must be inoperative. Bring it inside in a dark room and move around, look for the red light ring.
Mmmm, no glow IR emitters, clever that you can see them working or not, EXCEPT you can! Use the Selfie camera on your smartphone to look at the front of the stealth camera. IR light sources show as a red dot.
20 Megapixel Game Camera, 0. 6 Second Trigger Speed and 70 FT No Glo range. 720P HD Video, Video recording 5/15/30 seconds w/ audio. 24 No Glo IR Emitters, Six Quick Set Program Settings, Burst Mode 1-3 images per triggering. 5 -120 Sec recovery time out, Matrix Blur Reduction, 16: 9 Wide image ratio. Includes 8GB SD card, Operates on 8 AA batteries (not included).
11/24/2021 6:29:57 PM •
on Nov 24, 2021
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