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    Sony A6500
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  1. Hi all, thanks for the renewed interest. Unfortunately, it sold last week.
  2. I've had a few requests for that already. For now, I'd like to keep it in the package. I measure the pack for another user, if you are interested in seeing if there is another small battery that would fit. Thickness - 6.5mm Width - 57.5mm Length - 95mm Cheers, Matt
  3. Hello all, Due to realizing that I'm much better suited for iPhone photography than the real deal, I'm letting go of my seldomly used Sony A6500 and complete Nauticam housing. Based in Japan, but will include free shipping to most locations worldwide via an express and insured carrier (Yamato Transport that will likely come to you via UPS). Just reach out so I can confirm that I can ship to your location. Will not split unless the housing goes first. Sony A6500 body (only 3830 shutter actuations) Sony E 10-18mm f/4 OSS Lens Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro G OSS Lens Nauticam NA-A6500 Housing Includes Nauticam Vacuum system with pump Includes Nauticam Battery Pack and cable Just back from service from authorized distributor in Japan Nauticam N85 7 inch Acrylic Dome Port Nauticam Zoom Gear: Sony 10-18mm f/4 WA Zoom Lens Nauticam N85 to N120 60mm Port Adapter for Nauticam N85 Mirrorless Housings to N120 DSLR Ports Nauticam N120 Macro Port 60 Assortment of spare o-rings The condition is very good. The dome port has some very light marks, but it does not affect image quality. Usual scratches from use on the aluminum housings. A small amount of rust on the screws for the ball mounts and arms (see images). More photos can be found here. Everything for 4,000 USD OBO. I know I'm new on WetPixel, so more than happy to do a Zoom/FaceTime call to show the system. Cheers, Matt
  4. Has anyone tried this yet? The ball mounts looks like they might not do so well with long arms and heavy lights/strobes.
  5. I exclusively dive a DIR setup and often either just keep my camera in my hand, or clip it off like a stage bottle. Upside down with two clips on the tray - one on the each end. Those then clip on my left chest and left hip d-rings. This is great for the recreational dive when I don't actually have stages/deco bottles. And keeps the hose hose free for deployment, if needed. When I'm technical diving, then a DPV is my mount of choice for a camera in the DIR setup (though I realize that might not be an option here).
  6. Hi there, I'm Matt, a passionate technical and recreational diver in Japan. Though I've been diving for many years and have a fair bit of experience, I'm a novice in the underwater photography realm. Looking forward to learning lots from the community. Cheers, Matt
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