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nino.ten

Member Since 03 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 19 2013 08:05 AM
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In Topic: WTB Canon 5D Mark II Housing

07 January 2013 - 01:16 PM

Thanks...what price are you asking for it?

In Topic: FOR SALE: Complete System or as Parts (after 2 weeks if not sold)

06 January 2013 - 08:37 PM

Do you still have the tokina?

In Topic: Sea & Sea Optical Dome Port 20mm & 40mm Ext Rings FS

06 January 2013 - 01:01 PM

Do you still have the dome?

In Topic: WTB Aquatica 5DMkII Housing

05 January 2013 - 02:28 PM

I've got a aquatica mark ii housing bought in July of this year. still in perfect condition. I switched to the mark iii is the only reason I'm selling this. If you only want the housing, no dome or port extensions then I am asking 2,650.00 plus shipping and any fees that come with payment. If you want a dome or macro port let me know and I'll send a price.
thanks,

oh yeah also has the deep springs installed. the original springs will be included. everything comes in original boxes with all the spare o-rings and lubes

Do you still have the housing?

In Topic: Sony HXR-NX3D1, dual sensor, dual lens 1080/60p 3D Camcorder

05 January 2013 - 12:35 PM

The Sealux housings for both the TD10 and NX3D1 do not support an external LCD screen or monitor. This is because the new Sonys don't support simultaneous LANC control and AV out, so one must look through a circular port of the Sealux to view the open camcorder LCD screen when composing a shot. I'm averse to the necessity of holding an underwater housing up to my eye to frame a shot as I often float the rig at arm's length when tracking a shot, holding the housing at an angle from the centerline of my body. Does anyone have any experience with these or similar Sealux housings and can vouch for the ease of viewing the cam's screen through the hole in the housing? The Sealux dealer in Miami does not stock or exhibit these housings.



I have the Sealux housing for the NX3D1U. The viewfinder is quite easy to look through, and it has it advantages in bright conditions because there is no glare. The disadvantage is that you really have to hold it up to your eye to see what you are doing. After a while you get used to it. When ordering from Sealux you can get a port installed for a external monitor. Every function of the camera is controllable with the remote buttons. I have taken the housing down to 200 FSW with no issues.