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    Recently found out without an ear surgery I should no longer be diving so I have decided to sell my new gear I got in March of 2021 and has only been under water 5 times. Everything is in perfect condition and purchased from Reef Photo I have the gear for sale and the camera as separate. Firm on pricing. Contact me for more images. Asking: $7000 for gear and $3500 for camera and lens Housing items: 1 Nauticam 70x200mm Carbon Fiber Aluminum Float Arm (Buoyancy 370g, Lifetime Warranty) 1 Nauticam 125mm Double Ball Arm 1 Inon Z-330 Underwater Strobe 1 UW Technics 11075 Optical/Electrical TTL-Converter for Sony (Nauticam Housing NA-A7II, NA-A7RIII, NA-A9) 1 Nauticam Universal Optical Fiber Cable 3 Nauticam Standard Clamp 1 Nauticam Mounting Ball Adapter for Inon 1 Nauticam NA-a2020 Housing for Sony A9II/A7RIV Camera (with HDMI 2.0 support) 1 Nauticam SFE2860-Z Zoom Gear for Sony FE 28-60 F4-5.6 1 Nauticam N100 Flat Port 45 with Focus Knob 1 Sony FE 28-60mm f/4-5.6 Lens 1 Nauticam M14 Vacuum Valve II (Pushbutton Release) 1 Nauticam M67 Bayonet Mount Converter II 1 Nauticam Wet Wide Lens 1 (WWL-1) 130 deg. FOV with compatible 28mm Lenses 1 Nauticam 18cm Lanyard With 2 Snap Hooks 1 Cinebags Grouer bag 1 Think tank roller bag 8 Panasonic batteries with charger Total spent - 8283.00 Camera / Lens Sony FE 24-70mm f/2.8 GM Sony Alpha a7R IV Mirrorless
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    I use both the CMC-2 and SMC-1 on the Sony 90 mounted to an a6500. since its new (to me) I have yet to really dig into the SMC for 1-5mm subjects, but I have had great success with 4-20 mm subjects using the CMC-2 and 90mm. Autofocus is (in my opinion) relatively quick using the CMC-2. I have found neither to be particularly unwieldly. The Skeleton shrimp below is about as small as I would target with the 90/cmc-2 combo.
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    Hey there I have a friend who is interested in getting a TG6 and housing. Let me reach out to her and see if she is interested. Ill try to get back to you ASAP.
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    You were both right, that was exactly the issue, thanks again.
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    Rest In Peace, Al! Last week we became new friends on the Belize Aggressor IV! We met the Friday before getting on the boat because he saw me and my wife with my Nauticam rig, sitting at the Radisson restaurant table. Al was a talkative and happy fellow! I learned he began diving in 1981. He was an avid and enthusiastic underwater photographer. I knew instantly that Al and I would become friends that week and would share some stories and photos together in the late evenings after our last dives each day. That indeed became a reality. On Thanksgiving day, I did an underwater portrait of Al. That photo would be the last ever taken of Al. After our week ending cocktail/awards party, we all headed back to the restaurant I first met Al. Al joined us late. By the time he arrived, he was very pale, sweating and breathing heavily. Paramedics came only to release him because his vitals had stabilized. He brought along his laptop and I sat with him to view his wealth of underwater photos. He had them neatly categorized by species type. His work was really good and I commended him! After dinner, I walked Al back to the boat on the long dock that separated the restaurant from the yacht. He again started sweating profusely with heavy breathing. I asked him to stop and take a break but he insisted he was OK. We made it back to the boat but Al collapsed in the hallway leading to his cabin. He died 20 minutes later. I am still in shock and disbelief. He was only 68 years old. A man full of life, vigor, happiness. The sea and his camera was his happy place. I remember him telling the Captain he didn’t want to go home. Captain Dennis told him he didn’t have to, he could stay on the boat as long as he wanted. Al got his wish! I’ll come back to visit you Al! I’ll sit on the lounge sofa we shared and sip on cognac, reminiscing about our short friendship….a friendship I’ll never forget.

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