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millra

Member Since 11 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Jun 29 2015 02:49 PM
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FS New Nautical SMC Super Macro Wet Lens

25 June 2015 - 02:47 PM

I recently purchased (two weeks ago) a new Nautical SMC Super Macro Lens for use with my Canon G7x, only to find out I probably should have purchased the CMC Wet lens for this Camera. It's only been in the water once, original box and pouch but I can't use it effectively on a compact. My mistake, your gain!

 

Selling for $ 300 USD, new it's a lot more than that. S&H extra.

This will move fast, Will consider a trade for a CMC lens.

 

Robert

 


Brand new Inon D2000's for USD $ 340 in Japan

11 June 2015 - 03:35 PM

I'm located in Nagoya Japan, and just purchased two brand new Inon D2000's at the local Dive store called MIC21

You can Google Nagoya Dive Store MIC21 and find their site, numbers etc.

 

But.... a new Inon D2000 strobe here costs 41,500 JPY which is about USD $ 344. I've never seen them anywhere at that price. They do charge tax if you live here, not sure what their International shipping and/or tax policy is and their English is not the greatest, so you'll have to be a little patient in dealing with them.

 

Thought this would help some folks out that are in the market for new Inon D2000's.

I think the low price is a combination of made in Japan, sold in Japan and very much the current weak Japanese Yen.

 

Robert


Unbelievable Price on Brand New Inon D2000's in Japan

11 June 2015 - 03:33 PM

I'm located in Nagoya Japan, and just purchased two brand new Inon D2000's at the local Dive store called MIC21

You can Google Nagoya Dive Store MIC21 and find their site, numbers etc.

 

But.... a new Inon D2000 strobe here costs 41,500 JPY which is about USD $ 344. I've never seen them anywhere at that price. They do charge tax if you live here, not sure what their International shipping and/or tax policy is and their English is not the greatest, so you'll have to be a little patient in dealing with them.

 

Thought this would help some folks out that are in the market for new Inon D2000's.

I think the low price is a combination of made in Japan, sold in Japan and very much the current weak Japanese Yen.

 

Robert