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#1 Solo_NZ

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 02:45 PM

Sea & Sea Nikon D300 Complete System!

 

Includes Sea & Sea MDX-D300 Housing, Nikon D300 Camera, Nikon Micro 105mm F2.8G IF-ED Lens, 2x Ports, 2x Strobes, 6 Arms & Clamps for two configurations, Memory Cards.

 

This has only been used on approximately 40 dives in total so is in very good condition with a meticulous owner and no scratches on ports etc:

 

  • Nikon D300 Camera (Great condition with box/manuals, works perfectly with normal wear - 20,000 activations)
  • Nikon Micro 105mm F2.8G IF-ED Lens (Perfect condition in box with manuals)
  • 2x Original Nikon Batteries & 1x Charger
  • Compact Flash Cards x4 (Lexar 300x 2GB, Sandisk Extreme III 4GB, Sandisk Extreme Ducatti 8GB, Sandisk Extreme IV 16GB)
  • Quick removable shoulder strap for use above water

 

Housing system (All in great condition - 5 digit numbers are Sea & Sea Part Numbers):

 

  • 06134 Sea & Sea MDX-D300 Aluminium Housing
  • Inon 45 Degree Optical Viewfinder Fitted (Plus standard Sea & Sea viewfinder)
  • 31133 Focus Gear 105mm VR Lens
  • 30105 DX Macro Port Base
  • 30106 DX Macro Port
  • 31121 Zoom Gear for AFS DX Nikkor 18-70mm (And Nikon 12-24mm Lens)
  • 50261 Extension Ring - SX
  • 56401 Port - Fisheye Dome (240mm Dome Port for several Wide angle lenses)
  • 03470 Sync connector N for dual Strobes
  • Sea & Sea YS-110a Strobes x2
  • Ultralite Clamps for arms x6
  • Ultralite Float Arms x4
  • Inon Mega Float arms M x2 (Float arms make whole system almost neutral underwater)

 

Whole System for sale for USD$2699

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#2 vjey

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 05:53 PM

It is a nice package, but I already have two strobes. Can you do a different price without strobes?

#3 Solo_NZ

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 09:53 PM

Hi Starfish,

 

We don't really want to split the system up... But the strobes would be the only things that would sell by themselves so we'd make it USD$2350 without if you wanted.

 

Let me know what you think.

 

Malcolm


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#4 Carcharodon

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Posted 02 January 2014 - 08:38 PM

Can you sell one strobe?

#5 AceszHigh

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Posted 07 January 2014 - 08:32 AM

How much for the 2 strobes?  Im interested in the 2 strobes alone.



#6 Solo_NZ

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Posted 23 January 2014 - 11:52 AM

Complete set now sold thanks.


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#7 colo4o

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Posted 28 January 2014 - 08:03 AM

I am interested in your system. I have only been into U/W photo a short time and am using a Sealife with 2 strobes and 1 flood and getting fair results. I have a D7000 that i am going to house but not at that point yet do this might be a good starting point till i get my D7000 geared up.

What is the condition of everything, age, last serviced? What would it need to be fully functional? What is your best price?



#8 Solo_NZ

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Posted 02 February 2014 - 01:35 PM

Sorry colo4o, the system has now sold.


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