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Underwater Photography Strobes

Inon D-2000 Strobe


"Very similar to the extremely popular Z240, at a slightly lower price point."


Precise "S-TTL" mode working with any manufactures' camera

Time proven technology as TTL auto shooting with an external strobe, high accuracy S-TTL auto mode equipping to support high-end digital camera as well as point & shoot digital camera (transparent housing) for simple shooting style without complicated aperture setting.
INON S-TTL auto works with any camera manufactures' model. You do not have to buy new strobe when you upgrade from point & shoot digital camera to other manufacture's high-end digital camera.

Fine adjustment to match with your taste even in TTL shooting

"S-TTL" Auto mode provides great usability beyond traditional TTL with its fine flash output adjustment to suits to your "real(preferable)" correct exposure or to compensate slightly different exposure program among different camera model/unit.

Next generation wireless TTL

The D-2000 Type4 successfully amplifies receiving optical signal from the slave sensor 20 times more comparing to previous D-2000 "Type3" to provide wireless S-TTL Auto mode without using a fiber optics. With optional Wireless Connection Kit , D-2000 "Type4" supports 2 way (wired/wireless) S-TTL Auto mode.

Supports professional needs

24 step External Auto mode compatible to support sophisticated lighting like shadow control with dual strobe by fine adjustment of flash output.
13 step Manual flash output setting the most in its class with 1/2 EV increments supporting professional lighting.
Conventional TTL exposure control is also supported for film camera system(*1).

*1 Compatible with optically connected INON「X1 series」 or 「Optical Converter TTL」only.

Powerful G.N.20

Guide Number 20 (*2) increasing its flash output at approximately 30% comparing to D-180 strobe providing sufficient light to shoot distant subject.
*2 Measurement in Air/ISO100 · m, Nominal value
Circular 110 degree beam coverage with a diffuser
Circular 100 degree beam angle without a diffuser
Patented "T-shape Twin Flash" structure produces wide circular beam angle [100 ° ] even without a diffuser and increased to [110 ° ]with a diffuser. This ideal circular strobe light distribution supports sophisticated angled lighting with strobe arm without strobe light vignetting caused by misalignment of strobe aiming .

Built-in high-intensity 180 lumen power LED

The Focus Light assists focusing in dark underwater without influence on an image by shutter-linked auto OFF feature(*3). The well-established bright LED Focus Light as D-2000 "Type3" has upgraded to 180 lumen to benefit you to use as independent diving flashlight.

*3 Focus Light may be recorded on an image depending on camera system, connection method and shooting condition.

Integral pre-flash mode detecting function

Latest Nikon DSLR cameras like D700/D300/D200/D90/D80, alter number of pre-flash between "once" or "twice" depending on shooting condition making total flashes "twice" to "three times" . The D-2000 fully accommodates with this complicated program and automatically identifies number of pre-flash to activate adequate program to support optically connected D700/D300/D200/D90/D80 with proper functioning of [External Auto] / [Manual] as well as precise ["S-TTL" Auto]mode. There is no problem on flashing, exposure accuracy or functional limitation which would be the case with existing strobe supporting single pre-flash only.


  • High-intensity 180 lumen power LED equipping.
  • Circular 110 degree beam coverage with a diffuser , Circular 100 degree beam angle without a diffuser
  • Powerful G.N.20(ISO100/m)
  • Minimum recycle time of 1.8 seconds at full flash
  • Precise S-TTL, 24-step External Auto, 13-step - Manual and Nikonos TTL for film camera support.
  • Next generation wireless TTL
  • Fully accommodates with Nikon D700/D300/D200/D90/D80, which alter number of pre-flash between "once" or "twice"


  • Fibre-optic cables
  • Diffuser in White and Blue
  • Inon Snoot set


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