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#1 woody

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Posted 02 October 2016 - 09:40 AM

Hi all,

I am in the process of restarting u/w photography while moving to a brand new mirrorless system, and I have some surplus kit for sale, listed below.

 

The prices shown are for one-off items, basically the more you buy the more I can discount, that said I think the starting prices are OK.

 

If you want more photos of a specific item, just PM me

 

Prices DO NOT INCLUDE shipping from Malta, Europe.  Once I know what items are being sold together and to which country, I will be able to quote shipping costs also.

 

So here goes:

 

Aquatica 8" dome port (acrylic) plus shade plus neoprene cover.  Signs of wear and some scuffs but perfectly OK  - $425

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Aquatica macro port (glass) plus neoprene cover - almost new - $350

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TLC arm set as shown (including fitting for Sea & Sea strobe) - $120

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Tokina 10-17 48717 gear - $60

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Sigma 10-20 18678 gear - $60

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Sigma 10-20 48770 gear - $80

(I really don't know why I have 2 gears for the Sigma 10-20 - both fit the lens though!)

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Aquatica 48456 extension ring - $150

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Sea&Sea TTL II Converter for Nikon (works perfectly) - $150

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Sea&Sea YS-90 DX strobe - signs of use but works perfectly - $150

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5 pin Sea & Sea sync cord - signs of use but works perfectly - $75

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I also have the following lenses:

Tokina 10-17 fisheye zoom - good external condition and perfect optics - $350

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Sigma 10-20 rectilinear zoom - good external condition and perfect optics - $300

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Lastly, I have an Aquatica D70 housing that can go for whatever I get for it.  Photos on request.


Edited by woody, 02 October 2016 - 12:13 PM.


#2 woody

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Posted 19 October 2016 - 11:45 AM

The strobe, the arm, the Tokina zoom ring and the Sigma 10-20 lens are SOLD

 

Everything else reduced as follows:

Aquatica 8" dome port (acrylic) plus shade plus neoprene cover.  Signs of wear and some scuffs but perfectly OK  - $390

Aquatica macro port (glass) plus neoprene cover - almost new - $320

Sigma 10-20 18678 gear - $45

Sigma 10-20 48770 gear - $60

Aquatica 48456 extension ring - $125

Sea&Sea TTL III Converter for Nikon (works perfectly) - $120

5 pin Sea & Sea sync cord - signs of use but works perfectly - $60

Tokina 10-17 fisheye zoom - good external condition and perfect optics - $300



#3 guspolaco

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Posted 19 October 2016 - 08:12 PM

I have a Sea&Sea housing for the Nikon D7100 and two strobes, YS-D1 & YS-01. Do you know if the Sea&Sea TTL III Converter works for this equipment? 

Thanks



#4 giffenk

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Posted 21 October 2016 - 02:45 PM

I have a Sea&Sea housing for the Nikon D7100 and two strobes, YS-D1 & YS-01. Do you know if the Sea&Sea TTL III Converter works for this equipment? 

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Not likely. The strobes will most likely fire reliably, but probably will not give the proper amount of light at some (or many!)  power settings.

 

Check the manual: http://www.seaandsea...CONVERTER-N.pdf

 

This converter has separate settings for:

- YS-110a, Ys120

- YS-250

- YS-60, YS90...

- YS-110

This implies it supports 4 different classes of strobes (4 different power discharge curves).

 

More current Sea & Sea ttl converters have separate settings for:

- YS110a

- YS-01

- YS-D1

This implies a different power discharge curve for each of these strobes.

 

If the power discharge curve of either the YS250, YS60 or YS110 matches your new strobes, then it will work.


Edited by giffenk, 21 October 2016 - 02:46 PM.


#5 woody

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Posted 23 October 2016 - 08:26 AM

Thanks giffenk.....I was struggling to find the right answer......



#6 C0bbie

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Posted 07 November 2016 - 03:58 PM

is the tokina lens still available please?