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A small sculpin in cold water.
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message this message is importantHI, just getting used to my Canon G12 that I purchased in great condition used. Ikelite housing, ikelite double cable, 2 ikelite DS125 strobes. I have had no problem with them syncing, but yesterday after flying to Roatan, the strobes wont sync if power is above 1/4. No matter what mode I shoot in. I have the P mode set up and the C1 and C2 modes set to macro and pan, I tried it on all settings even auto and nothing changes. Wont sync above a 1/4 on the strobe settings. Just got the strobes back from Ikelite having them serviced and all was supposed to be good. NO problems in Cozumel a few weeks ago, didn't drop or anything. I did drop a battery, but it was on a bouncy wood floor and appears to have no damage and it was from about 2-3 feet.
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