The Fenix SD11 diving light has been specially developed for observations and underwater photography. Unique to the Fenix SD11 is that it has an'R-position' The light produces two colours of light in this position; white and red. The advantage of this is that the colours underwater are produced very naturally. You are thus assured of the best possible visibility and the most colourful underwater productions! the light is water and dustproof according to the IP66-norm.
In addition to underwater photography, the SD11 is also perfect for land-photography. You preferably use the white light modes low(500 lumens) and high(1000 lumens). The light produces a soft and broad beam in these modes. Perfect for illuminating objects evenly and well!
Optimal underwater control with the Fenix SD11
With the magnetic ring, you can switch through the positions extremely quickly and easily. No underwater hassle when looking for the righ mode! Including a flexible holder. To this you connect your diving light and your GoPro action camera or DSLR. This way control the light and the camera with one hand! Easy to carry on your wrist is the including lanyard.
The Fenix SD11: a smart diving light.
The Sd11 is smart diving light. If you turn the ring fully to the left, it immediately shows the battery level. The red indication light turns up when the battery is fully charged. When the red light slowly flashes, you still have time for the last extra photos or observations. Fast flashing red light warns you to charge immediately. A great function especially during a nice dive!
The light also automatically reduces the number of lumens(up to 700 lumens) when it becomes warmer than 65 degrees. This prevents the light from over heating. At an optimum, constant temperature, it gradually returns to its highest position. In short: you concentrate on work underwater, the lamp does the rest of the thinking!
The light works on an 18650 Li-ion battery or two Cr123A batteries. The modes(on a Fenix 3.6V/3500mAh Li-on battery):
- High(1000 lumens, 2 h)
- Low(500 lumens, 3 h 40 min)
- R(250 lumens, 3 h)