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zransom

Member Since 06 Mar 2008
Offline Last Active Mar 18 2013 08:48 AM
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Canon SD 960IS Complete Wide Angle Setup

23 November 2012 - 10:59 AM

Hello, firends. For sale is my Canon SD 960 IS with canon housing and Inon Wide angle Bayonette style wet lens. This is a great little camera package that served me well, it has just been sitting in my camera closet so its time for it to go to a new home. The camera is great out of water as well and easily fits in a pocket. New this setup would cost:

Camera:$300.00
Housing:$200.00
Lens Mount:120.00
Lens:400.00
Total:1020

Selling complete package for $650.00 or best offer

Aquatica Canon T2i 550D complete setup

23 November 2012 - 10:34 AM

For sale is my beloved Canon T2i setup as seen in the photo, however the strobes, arms, and gopro are not included. Included are the following: Canon T2i Body, Tokina 10-17 with zoom gear, Aquatica housing, Aquatica 8 inch dome with shade, sea n sea fiber optic sync cables, Aquatica extension ring, all original boxes, manuals, warranties etc. This system is only about a year old and has been on two dive trips, photos of its image capabilities can be found at www.zransom.com. I am selling to make a giant leap into full frame. New these items would cost:

Housing: $2100
Camera:$640.00
Lens:$670.00
Port extension:$220.00
Zoom Gear:$130.00
Port:$520.00
Port Shade:$135.00
Sync Cords:$160.00
Total:$4575 + tax

Selling all in gently used condition for $4000

GoPro 2 Recomendations at Tiger Beach

08 January 2012 - 09:43 AM

Hello All! I will be joining the good folks of the Shear Water on a trip to Tiger Beach this summer and was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on the efficacy of bringing a GoPro for some unique video. My main rig is a Canon T2i with aquatica housing, 8" dome, Tokina 10-17, and two S&S 110A strobes. Although I can shoot HD video on the T2i, I am considering purchasing a Hero2 and anti blur housing, along with a pole attachment of some sort in the hopes of achieving perhaps some over under shots from the boat or some very close ups of the pointy end of the sharks without having to worry about scratches on my dome port. Any thoughts or advice would be great. Thanks!

-Zach