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#1 doubleblue

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 04:47 AM

Hi Folks,

I am still cleaning house of some Subal Nikon gear here.

Thought I'd give list members another shot before I try to list all of this on E-Bay.

Most everything is in fine working shape though not spotless as it has been used as working equipment. Everything sold as is. Some have a box and bag and some don't. Buyer pays shipping & insurance by Priority USPS Air Mail.
The D1 is rough cosmetically but works fine.

Please contact me off list if interested:


Cameras

Nikon D1 - $500 (3 batts & charger)

Housings


Subal for Coolpix 5000 with Wide Angle glass dome port and flat glass port - $1200
(plus some telephoto and fisheye screw on lenses for land use)


AF Lenses


Sigma for Nikon 8mm Fisheye - $350

Manual focus lens

8mm Sigma - $50

Flash

Nikon SB 50DX - $100

I prefer PayPal payments.

Thank you.

Best,

Tim
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#2 onokai

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 04:24 PM

Tim I just spent a month on Sea Safari 111 sorong to bali recently. Saw your slick promo you did for them very nice. Also spent many dives with Olga whom you worked with. Are you now using the d2x?? or something else??. Mark
2 Subal procase 5- Housings
2 Aquatica f/3 housings
Nikon film f/5's and f/3's cameras
Way to many strobes to list
All that Nikonos junk
and now a subal d300 setup
Still a film divasourus with a baby toe in digital world

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Posted 19 June 2005 - 07:35 PM

He went to the dark side Mark :)

I think you bought a 20D didn't you Tim?

I agree with Mark - Great shots!
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#4 doubleblue

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Posted 20 June 2005 - 10:28 PM

Hi Mark & Anthony,

Great to hear you had some dives with Olga and Alberto. Great folks and the Kararu is a great ship (didn't really need a promo as it sells itself) with a wonderful captain whom I have know for a decade. Sounds superb.

I did switch to Canon 20D cameras, Aquatica housings and I have mainly been using the 10-22mm lens. I wanted to be able to write RAW files quickly and Nikon wasn't cutting it. I really like Nikon gear but couldn't justify dunking the D2x. I travel with 2-3 cameras so that would be quite an investment.

Thanks for the word of Olga. She's one of my favorite models and tops on my list of people as well.

Best,

Timbo
Tim Rock
Double Blue Images Stock
Specializing in the Ocean Realm
P.O. Box 24666 GMF
Barrigada, Guam 96921 USA
671-734-6825
See the Newest Images: http://www.photosour...aunch=pdn-31809
Website: http://www.doubleblue.com
E-Mail: timrock@doubleblue.com
QUOTE OF THE YEAR: "Photography to the amateur is recreation, to the professional it is work, and hard work too, no matter how pleasurable it may be." - Edward Weston