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#1 uwscubaphoto

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 08:14 PM

I'm looking to see if anybody has a Sea & Sea D300 housing they'd like to part with.



#2 gravity

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 03:29 AM

I have one I would like to sell. I sent you a private message about it. Let me know if you are still looking. Thanks!



#3 johnfraser1

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Posted 19 February 2014 - 12:34 PM

Hi, I saw your request and I have for sale:

 

Sea&Sea MDX 300 Housing for Nikon D300; Port, Extension Ring & Focus Gears for a Nikkor 105mm Macro Lens

S&S MDX 300 Housing $1450

S&S Custom Port w/ focus knob; used with AF Micro Nikkor 105mm Lens $250

S&S Port Extension Ring; used with AF Micro Nikkor 105mm Lens $145

S&S NX 105mm Nikkor Micro F2.8D Focus Gear Set (Non VR 105mm) $130

S&S O-ring Kit for MDX 300 Housing $14

2- Ultralight "T" Grove base adaptors for attaching Ultralight arms to the MDX 300 housing handles $12 each

or $1800 for all of the above

Above prices are about 1/2 of Backscatter's catalog price.

Note - This housing and port are at the dealer getting annual servicing. I'm offering them for sale now to see if there's enough interest to make it worth me paying the $550 for the servicing. If anyone wants the housing and/or port, please let me know of your interest. We can make a tentative deal with no commitment from you and with the understanding that it will take about 5 weeks to get to you, freshly serviced and pressure tested. 

All of the other items are available now.

 

I have pictures only of the port as the housing is already at Backscatter awaiting servicing per above. The housing and port both have a bleached appearance from the tropical sun and rinsing in my swimming pool but that is cosmetic only. The window on the flat port is free from scratches. The tiny white dots which you can see are dust particles.

 

This ad is also on the Scubaboard website. I posted it on Wetpixel too but I can't locate it. You can contact me directly at johnfraser1@gmail.com. Thanks.

 

Best regards,

john

 

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