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BIKO

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In Topic: Congrats Mr Yates, Mr. Wilk and All Others UWImages 2009

03 July 2009 - 02:29 AM

Congrats to all the winners and especialy to Keri for the BOS :)
Wonderful pictures!

This is my picture, the winner of togetherness category:
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Cheers
Dany Weinberg

In Topic: Complete Seacam System for Nikon D200

16 December 2008 - 07:36 AM

New reduced price: 6000$


Hello,

My name is Dany Weinberg from Israel.
I'll sale all the eqipment detailed below as a package since I'm upgrading my camera and changing system.
The price is calculated based on 2/3 from new Seacam price, as apearing on the site of SEACAM USA.
I don't use to write here to much, but Arnon Ayal, a well-known Wetpixel member who bought my last complete
system, can voutch about my reliability. Tha equipment is in use since march this year and it is in very good
condition.It has only few superficial minor rubs. I can post tomorrow some pictures of my system on request.


SEACAM housing for Nikon D200 includes SCM switch, 2 S6 SOCKETS AND LEAK DEDECTOR -2377euro

SEACAM Swivel 45 degree Viewfinder-907euro

FP FISHEYEPORT- 810euro

P 105 MACROPORT for AF 60 2,8D MICRO-152euro

PVL 25 PORTEXTENSION ( attached to the P 105 MACROPORT fits the old model 105 macro)-100euro

PVL 35 PORTEXTENSION- 100euro

ZOOM GEAR FOR TOKINA 10-17 FE/SIGMA17-70 (NONE HSM MODEL)-90euro

2 CABELS S6 - IKE- 370euro

TLC ARM PIECE-20euro

NEOPREN CAPS FOR PORTS+ STANDART SEACAM SPARE PARTS IN A NEOPREN BAG.

Total package price: 4906euro= 6550$

Dany Weinberg

PS: I will sell the camera as well if the purchaser would be interested.


In Topic: Complete Seacam System for Nikon D200

12 December 2008 - 12:59 PM

Is the flip-up Macromate for sale?

Cheers
James


Yes, after I'll sell my Seacam equipment.

Thanks
Dany Weinberg

In Topic: Complete Seacam System for Nikon D200

12 December 2008 - 09:17 AM

Pictures of the housing:

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In Topic: zoom gear for Sigma 17-70

25 July 2008 - 07:26 AM

Thanks Ryan an Viz'art for the corrections.
Sorry I was unclear, I simply was trying to convey in my original post, that this would not allow the 17-70 to work in a housing which didn't have a port. This is NOT a fix for lack of port support for your housing.
I didn't know the HSM had a larger barrel......good catch!!

Simply stated, If the Sigma 17-70 lens is supported with a port for your housing, and they offer a Tokina 10-17 zoom ring for your housing, it should work as a zoom ring for the Sigma 17-70 (NON HSM) lens also,..... with a little tape added.


Hey BrantD, I'ts funny because I just bought last week the 17-70 (non HSM) for my SEACAM D200 and I didn't like the idea of spending $$$ for a costum zoom gear. I tried without to much expectations to "dress" the lens with the zoom gear of my Tokina 10-17 and it (almost) fit like a glove. just a thin gap between them. I used an old ikelite rubber strips (provided with their zoom gear) and stick it to the lense's zoom barel. It works perfect!

BTW
For Seacam users, the combination that I use for this lens is the FP + PVL 30. No Vignetting!
I almost love this lens: Almost macro, almost wide on the same dive :blink:, like bad old days of P&S.

Dany