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#1 jproc77

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Posted 10 September 2015 - 04:02 PM

Moving to Denver, so I'm selling my beloved U/W Sea & Sea and Nikon DSLR setup. This includes everything you'll ever need, minus the camera lenses and some AA batteries.
Strobes, arms, ports, the camera, pelican case, even spare o-rings and grease are included. I added a GoPro mount so I can record video and shoot stills simultaneously. The mount keeps the video stable and works incredibly well. The entire system is very easy to handle underwater. All Sea & Sea products were made in Japan.

Nikon D-80 10.2MP DSLR
battery
charger
Sea & Sea DX-D80 aluminum and polycarbonate camera housing (rated to 200 ft)
Sea & Sea fisheye dome port 240 (Product No.30116)
neoprene dome cover
Sea & Sea NX standard flat port (Product No.56101)
rubber port cover
Sea & Sea focus lamp
2 Sea & Sea YS-120 TTL Duo strobes
1 pair of Sea & Sea Sea Arm IV polycarbonate strobe arms
1 dual lead 5 pin Nikonos sync cord
Set of strobe diffusers
4 closed cell foam arm ballasts (never used, it's pretty close to neutral buoyancy)
both strobes and focus light take aa batteries
1 GoPro mount (Gopro not included)
Over a dozen new o-rings (every size is covered), lubricant, and tool included
Original manuals for just about everything
Pelican 1650 case w/ eggcrate foam
I've never had any problems with this equipment and have always handled it and stored it with care.
I've never seen a drop of water inside the housing, nor has the alarm signaled. Speaking of which, the only problem with the housing is a piece of plastic holding the button battery in place broke off and is held in place with wire.
I test the alarm frequently and it works just fine. 100% functional.

I've used both the Tokina 10-17mm AT-X 107 fisheye and the Nikon 60mm macro lenses with this setup. Other lenses may work, see Sea & Sea's website for compatabilities.
Email me for photos at jproc77@yahoo.com Thanks!





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