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Olympus E-PM1 micro 4/3 camera with underwater housing

24 October 2017 - 07:28 PM

Selling a great camera and a factory underwater housing for SCUBA diving. I've used this for a few trips and it has been a fantastic kit. I got everything new when the camera came out, but on my first trip I flooded the housing. So I got another camera, and cleaned up the housing. Unfortunatly you can see a little haze or what-not around the housing lens periphery, but the lens is clean and the outer residue - which could probably be cleaned better - doesn't affect my photos. 

The camera itself is in great shape. I only used it on dive trips - which are ~1X/yr for a week or so. You can read all the specs on the camera below. Comes with 2 factory batteries, factory housing (which I paid $800), Camera, lens, flash, & charger. Housing has a spare 0-ring and o-ring tool. 

I have >3X this much invested and it still works great and I've gotten some great photos from it, but I'm taking my big camera underwater now, so don't need this kit.


Photos on CL:  https://boulder.crai...6359904878.html


Ad says local only, but I will ship if buyer pays Cont-US only shipping.




my first focus light

15 October 2017 - 10:35 AM

I decided its time for a real focus light.  Not wanting to spend too much thought I'd poll for opinions.  Hoping to be in the $100 range.  

I will be using a Sony RX100 VI - or whatever it is they announce in a few days as the successor to the RX100 V.  I have been using a Pano Micro 4/3's and decided its time to update.  I shoot 99.99% stills so I dont care about its video capabilities.  It will be a focus light and night dive light - tho I have other main dive lights for night... so I dont need a lot of power.


I use dual S2000 strobes.  Not sure what else info is needed.  I'd prefer not to use something with 'tossable' batteries.   I would expect to mount it on the cold shoe tho I have a triple ball adapter so I could mount on an arm.


I do get great pricing at Light&Motion so those guys rise to the top of the list - bit still cost a decent bit.



Much thanks!