This TTL trigger was developed for all Sony mirrorless camera systems to use in those smaller underwater housings where isn't enough space above the hotshoe for the TTL unit. The s-TURTLE MOBIE SMART has an approx. 10 cm cable with separated hotshoe. This special feature lets the user place the small TTL unit anywhere in the housing.
The s-TURTLE SMART is the perfect choice for the demanding underwater photographer who needs a reliable TTL converter that works with the most popular underwater strobes (Inon, Ikelite, Sea&Sea, Subtronic). Our company was the first on the market that offered a TTL trigger for the popular Sony camera models, and our proven product has some unique features.
Compatible strobes (as of 19.02.2019.): Ikelite DS160, Inon Z240/Z330, Sea&Sea YS-D1, YS-D2 ,YS-D3, YS-110a, Subtronic Pro 160, Pro 270. Retra PRO (HSS mode available in manual (WL)mode!)
As we regularly add new models please download and check the software before purchasing for the compatible camera and strobe types.
The s-TURTLE SMART is a state-of-the-art user-friendly TTL trigger which can be upgraded by the user via the USB port. It makes possible to set up the strobe characteristics and some special feature parameters..
The user can setup the strobe model and can choose which mode will be used in "WL" mode.
The WL mode can be configured to:
The Internal charging system works via USB AB connector (This is a common Android phone charger)
The package contains the s-TURTLE MOBIE SMART TTL trigger for Sony cameras and the LED panel (with the new, brighter 150 cd LEDs) or the special cable for sync cord connection. If you want to connect your strobe via fiber optic cable we recommend using multicore cable! (Please write Us which kind of connection do you use. We also recommend writing us what kind of underwater strobe will you control with the TURTLE trigger so we can set up the unit you ordered.)
There is also a USB cable in the package for charging and upgrading.
Would you like to learn more? Read the review of the s-TURTLE SMART in the UwP!