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Leebo92

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FS: Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye lens for Nikon

28 August 2013 - 05:53 AM

Hey All,

 

I have a Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens still for sale, It was purchased new in May of this year.  The lens is used but in excellent condition.  Price is $450 firm. Please feel free to PM me with any questions you may have.

 

Thanks!


Ikelite Housing, 8 inch Dome Port, Nikon D7100 camera, and Tokina 10-17mm lens

24 July 2013 - 04:16 PM

Selling my Ikelite/Nikon Setup, all items purchased new in May of this year.  Used on approximately 35-40 dives. All items are in great condition, but please keep in mind they are USED, not new.  I would like to add the Ikelite dome port does have some light scratches(could try to buff them out if you prefer) however they are not noticeable at all in the water with pictures or video.

 

Package includes:

 

Ikelite #6801.71 Nikon D7100 housing w/ cap- Retail Price $1500

Ikelite #5510.11 wide port body- Retail Price $125

Ikelite #5510.45 8inch dome port w/ dome port cover- Retail Price $400

Ikelite #9571.33 2x 1inch Ball mount w/ xtended stem(fits into handles) Retail Price $40

Nikon D7100 Camera Body-include 2 batteries, charger, and cap- Retail Price $1200

Tokina 10-17mm Lens -include front and rear caps-Retail Price $670

 

$3935 if you purchased new

 

$3150 for the whole package, you pay shipping

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All the original instructions manuals, spare o-ring grease, zoom gears, and spare parts(for ikelite housing) are also included. Feel free to PM me with any questions or additional pictures you may like to see.

 

 


Gates Housing and Ports w/ Canon HF-S100, and Bonica Video Light

12 March 2013 - 08:54 AM

Hey All,

 

Selling my video setup, the following is included:

 

Gates HF S11/10/100 Housing w/ water alarm

Gates GP32 Wide-Angle Port(does have light scratches on lens which are not noticeable underwater)

Gates FP32 Flat/Macro Port (mint condition)

Canon HF-S100 Camcorder w/ Charger

Bonica G8V15 LED Video Light

Ultralight Ball Adapter and Clamp for Video Light

 

Link for Gates Housing and Ports:

http://www.gateshous...-video-housing/

 

Link for Canon HF-S100:

http://www.usa.canon...s/vixia_hf_s100

 

Link for Bonica Video Light:

http://www.bhphotovi...ideo_Light.html

 

Total Package $2200 OBO

 

see attachments for pictures(the pics do not show the Camera or Flat/Macro Port  but they are included) thanks!


Considering an Upgrade from Canon HF-S11 to D-SLR Video: Is it Worth the Investment?

31 January 2013 - 09:57 PM

Hey Everyone!

I've been considering upgrading my video gear and going into a D-SLR setup for shooting video. I'm not any type of professional, but I have a passion for diving and shoot underwater video mainly for my own enjoyment and to share w/ family, friends, and all my dive buddies.

I'm currently using a Canon HF-S11, along with a Gates Housing, Gates GP-32 Wide Angle Lens, and use Final Cut Pro X for all my editing. I'm happy w/ the quality of video I am able to take, but have a bit of an urge lately to upgrade into something new. I've been reading up a lot on using D-SLR cameras for underwater video, and most people seem to have nothing but good things to say about them. I'm considering selling my current gear and purchasing either the Canon 7d or the Canon t4i/650d, along with a new housing, dome port, and using a Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens. My question mainly is it worth the investment into either one of these D-SLR's? Anyone out there who's made this type of switch and found it worthwhile, and really noticed a difference in what they used previously?

Any feedback, suggestions, and personal experiences shared would be much appreciated....thanks!