I'm selling a Inon UFL-MR130 micro fisheye relay lens, for those of you who may not know about this whimsical lens :
- it's only adaptable with EFS 60 lens (some say it also works with Nikon AF60 lens, I cannot confirm, check out one of the longish threads in this board)
- it needs a specific port.
- it doesn't allow using TTL with your strobes.
2 small port arms with ball joint adapters are readily attached on the lens tube so that you can clamp 2 Inon S&S or whatever strobe you own near to the lens end.
I don't have any case or pouch to carry that lens.
I am selling the lens as described above for 250EUR + shipping from France.
this is very cheap compared to its usual price. I bought it second hand from one of the famous photogs on this board who also sold it to me for cheap.
Have I told you it only fits specific port?
So I am selling the related port Nauticam C60 for Nauticam housng.
The price for the pack UFL MR130 and Port C60 is 600 EUR + shipping from France (I am not selling the port only)
I have used it in Bali for a few dives.
It's quite difficult to use it, you really have to find the critters that will justify its use. Clearly dont expect shooting 100 shots in a single dive with that apparatus, (However its a good social tool if you want to meet and discuss with other photographers !!! you sure will have to explain to the whole boat why you're diving with a long speculum and ensure your buddy you won't use it on him/her )
My opinion is that I don't dive sufficiently so I can afford spending so much time with too few photos.Also don't expect the optical quality that you will get with a tok10-17 + multiplier.
I think that you may get the best use this peculiar lens with video, unfortunately I do stills not videos.
Here is the type of photos I got in Tulamben :