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    I am a professional photographer (see www.davidfleetham.com) and I’m selling this Canon 5D Ikelite housing because I have upgraded to the new mirrorless model. The housing includes everything you get with a new housing (some parts came with my new housing and have never been used). You get the tray and dual handle setup as pictured (from Ikelite/B&H you only get one handle) and Zoom Clamp/Sleeve and Zoom Sleeve, along with Ikelite’s SLR-DC Housing instruction manual and Quick Start Guide. The housing is USED and there are very few scratches and points of wear and nothing that would have any affect on it working properly, as it has for me. I have never had a single drop of water in the housing. If you have not used an Ikelite housing before, it is worth mentioning that this housing works with Canon’s TTL system with Ikelite’s strobes. This is an optional upgrade that I would highly recommend. The TTL is an impressive piece of technology that no other housing manufacturer has quite been able to duplicate and it is one of the main reasons I use Ikelite housings. The housing includes the vacuum port but not the pump. This is also worth adding. So the housing itself is what is available. No strobes. No cords. No ports. The housing is available new from Ikelite for $1695.00 or from B&H in New York for $1495.00. Both include only one handle. This one can be yours for $750.00. I have both the Canon 5D mark IV and The DS available. Both come with everything I got with each camera including the original boxes (see photos). The 5D mark IV is $1800.00 and the 5DS is $1500.00. If you wish to shoot video and still images the 5D mark IV would be best. If your focus is photos more than video the 5DS image files are huge and amazing. All items are available by themselves or together. Purchase the housing and a camera and I'll ship in US for free. Buy just one and you will pay just the actual Insured USPS Priority Mail cost. I will leave this up on WP for a while before putting everything on Ebay. Contact me with any questions you might have. david@davidfleetham.com or 808-283-1154
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    I am still waiting for Nauticam and Zen to come out with recommendations and gears for this lens, too. My lens has been sitting unused in a bag. Very versatile and close focusing. I was hoping that it would fit in the 4” port so that a flip diopter could be used for the 50mm equivalent. But it is too big - without any gears.
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    I think you are better off having a "model" use some video lights to highlight the wreck and then take the picture from a distance. My friend Drew and I have been doing this on a relatively deep submarine (57m / 190') here in Southern California and, IMO, the results are great. You can view his pictures at : https://www.drewwilsonphotography.com/Wrecks-and-Artificial-Reefs/UB88/ Regards, - brett

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