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ikelite housing and cord to control Elinchrom?

 
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Dec 08, 2015 07:32 |  #1

Hi,
i am thinking of getting a ikelite housing for my 5d3. can the housing trigger the Elinchrom Quadra? anyway that this can be done?

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Dec 24, 2015 12:31 |  #2

With no answers here maybe you can do better at www.wetpixel.com (external link) or http://www.scubaboard.​com …s/underwater-photography/ (external link)


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Jun 28, 2016 17:35 |  #3

No offense why would you put your Canon 5DM3 in an Ikelite housing? I had an Ikelite housing and would never put my 5DM3 in it. Your camera costs almost 2x what the housing does. I would recommend a machined casing such as Aquatica, Sea and Sea, or Nauticam.




  
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Mar 09, 2017 01:13 |  #4

Old post but for reference, yes it can be done. Ikelite cable to a pocketwizard housing made by Aquatica floating at the surface, then a pocketwizard on the elinchrom.


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