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shambala

Member Since 10 Sep 2010
Offline Last Active Jun 09 2011 04:31 PM
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Ikelite T2i housing (6871.55) + Ikelite 5502 port for 60mm lens for sale

08 May 2011 - 07:11 AM

Mint / Excellent condition Ikelite housing for Canon T2i (6871.55) + Ikelite port for 60mm macro lens (port 5502). Asking $1,280.00 + shipping or best reasonable offer for this package. Housing only tested. Barely used. All warranty cards included in original manufacturer packaging. Pictures of equipment available upon request.

Ikelite Housing for Canon T2i / 550D - Mint Condition + #5502 port

25 November 2010 - 11:01 AM

Selling Ikelite Housing #6871.55 for Canon T2i / 550D with Ikelite port #5502 for Canon 60mm EF-S USM Macro lens for $1,340.00 (free shipping). Purchased new (approx. a month ago) and barely used. Mint condition. Warranty registration cards still blank with original boxes and materials. Please PM me with any questions.

Most popular lenses for Canon T2i

13 September 2010 - 09:01 AM

Was wondering what the most popular lenses are for using a Canon T2i underwater.

I was looking at:

Canon 50mm F1.8 for $119.00
Canon 50mm F1.4 for $359.00
Canon 50mm F1.2 for $1,449.00
Tonika 10-17mm for approximate $550.00

Not sure if "L" lenses are really necessary for sharpness for underwater photography. Are they that noticably different? Any oppinions on the best macro and wide angle lenses for a T2i would be greatly appreciated for Underwater use with an Aquatica housing (likely).

Thank you!

1080p from DSLR such as Canon vs. HD video cam solution

11 September 2010 - 10:21 AM

I was wondering whether someone with video experience could let me know whether they feel that a new Canon T2i or 7D can accomplish great underwater video (including close ups) as decently as a true HD video camcorder. I have heard that the Canon cameras cannot autofocus during video mode and that they recommend that everything be at least 2 feet away from the camera. Is it still possible to get great closeups with great focus from one of these DSLR's or must one go to a seperate video solution?

Thank you,

David

TTL vs. Optical Fiber - Macro

11 September 2010 - 07:35 AM

Looking to buy a Canon Rebel T2i (I believe this is best for the price at this time). Trying to plan out the best solution for it. I have used Ikelite in the past but would like to consider the aquatica and sea&sea or Inon strobes. Only concern is possibly giving up on TTL and relying on optical fiber instead. Going shortly to Sulawesi and hope to not feel that my results there will be a waste. I'd greatly appreciate any advice from anyone who feels that they are getting great macro results.

Thank you,

David