This would make a perfect upgrade if you're thinking of moving up from a compact, or for anyone currently using a Sony NEX series camera or the a6000. New in March 2016; used on two dive holidays (~40 dives).
The camera is owned from new, has a shutter count of approx 2,500-3,000 and is in excellent condition (see photos on Dropbox below). It has had a thin glass screen protector throughout its life, and has been used topside as well as underwater. It is complete with all original accessories, manuals etc and box.
The housing is also owned from new, and comes with the M16 vacuum housing (with pump and fitting tool) and shutter trigger accessory. It has never flooded and is in excellent condition save for a superficial scratch on the rear screen (see photos on Dropbox below) which is (to me) unnoticeable underwater. As new, the housing does not have fitted handles, but this sale includes the add-on Nauticam Flexitray and handles, which are around five years older than the housing and still perfectly serviceable although the handle grips do show signs of use (see photos). It also has the stainless steel handle brackets to fit the NA-A6300. The sale includes the original boxes for the housing and valve, although I won't dissemble the housing/tray/handles for packaging.
I have enjoyed using these in an underwater set-up with Inon Z240 strobes, the Sony 16mm/fisheye convertor combo, the Sony 10-18mm ultrawide (weitwinkel) zoom, the Zeiss 50mm macro and the Sony FE 90mm G macro. You can see examples of the output using this set-up at https://flic.kr/s/aHskywJP3A. I'm now selling due to an upgrade.
Link to more pictures of camera and housing:
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The camera and housing are being sold together - I won't consider splitting them unless the combo sale proves difficult.
£1,900 / €2,250 for the package. Payment by bank transfer or PayPal.
UK delivery at £20 for Royal Mail 1st class signed-for
International delivery at buyer's preference and cost
Edited by JustinBeevor, 15 April 2017 - 02:16 AM.