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Nickuk

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About Nickuk

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    www.nickrileyphotography.com

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D850
  • Camera Housing
    Nikon D850 Nauticam
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea&Sea

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  1. Selling the total package, including camera, lens and housing /ports. Everything you need to go take photos underwater. Underwater housing has had minimal use (<20 dives).Would make a great first full frame kit. Package includes: Nikon D700 full frame camera + 5 batteries and charger 17-35 2.8 Nikkor Lens Aquatica housing for D700 Aquatica port and extension rings for 17-35 lens Aquatica Zoom gear for 17-35mm lens Aquatica port and extension rings for Nikkor 105mm macro lens Neoprene hoods for ports Total cost new ~£8,000 Selling for £1,500 or best offer to a good home Please PM if interested Preview attachment IMG_20200316_084853_resized_20200316_081615529.jpg IMG_20200316_084853_resized_20200316_081615529.jpg 461 KB
  2. Anyone in the UK selling?
  3. Chris, just PM'd you
  4. Anyone selling an A7iii housing / ports? If so, please drop me a message. May be interested. Thanks
  5. Hi Roberto. Have PMd you. More pictures can be found on https://flic.kr/s/aHsmLvvfnK.
  6. More photos at: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmLvv42d
  7. Thanks. Also considering the z7, but feel like Sony is probably ahead of the curve. Also the Sony lenses can be used on bigger film bodies, while Nikon glass is not generally used, mostly because the focus ring is the opposite direction from all other lenses which gets confusing when manually focusing!
  8. Mint condition, barely used Sigma 15mm f2.8 fisheye lens (Nikon fit) for sale. Bought last year for £600 GBP. Has been used on two days of diving only. Fully boxed. Asking price £500 or best offer. Any questions please ask. Thanks, Nick
  9. Pics to be posted tomorrow! Will consider sending abroad, if buyer covers postage. Thanks
  10. Hi all, Am selling my nearly new Nikon gear as switching to Sony... Nikon d850 body, purchased last year, just 3291 actuations so basically like new! (Data from camerashuttercount.com - screenshot below) New cost: £2,599, Selling for £1,850 or best offer. Fully boxed, all accessories. More photos at: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmLvv42d Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. (Also, please see separate post for Nauticam housing and accessories) Nick
  11. Hi all, I hastily purchased the following kit for a Nikon D850 last year. It has been used on literally two days of dives, so is practically new. I have since decided to convert fully to a Sony system, as am doing more film work, so am looking to sell. The kit's price new was £4,822: Nauticam NA-D850 Underwater Housing: £3297 AirLock Vacuum Manual System (and Bulkheads) £320 Nauticam 8.5" Acrylic Dome Port w/ shade and Neoprene Cover £581 (for 15mm Sigma fisheye, or equivalent) Nauticam Macro Port 87 £424 (for Nikon 105 macro lens) Nauticam Universal Fiber Optic Cable (Mounts included for Nauticam, Inon, Sea & Sea strobes) £200 Selling all for £4,000. Would prefer to sell all together, but could perhaps look at offers for individual items. Will also be selling the camera itself, plus 15mm Sigma fisheye, but will post separately on that. More pictures can be found on https://flic.kr/s/aHsmLvvfnK. Let me know any questions. Thanks. Nick
  12. Hi all, What is the best fisheye available for the Sony A7iii? I have the Sigma 15 for the Nikon I currently use, but the Sony fisheye options seem to be pretty limited from what I can see... Also, anyone have experience with the Sony 16-35 2.8 underwater? Thanks a lot. Nick
  13. Hi, Does anyone have experience with the A7iii underwater? I have always shot Nikon and recently upgraded to a D850 with Nauticam housing, which is fantastic. The issue is that I have recently moved more in the direction of filmmaking, and have invested in a Sony A7iii, which in my opinion is way better for film (though probably not quite as good for stills). The longer I use the Sony the more more I like it, so am considering selling all my Nikon gear and making the switch permanently. Anyone have experience of the two systems? Which system do you prefer for underwater work, and why? Thanks a lot.
  14. Hi, I'm Nick. I'm a wildlife photographer, currently pursuing a masters degree in Wildlife Filmmaking. I work for clients mainly in the realm of conservation. I'm currently considering the daunting and expensive prospect of exchanging my whole Nikon setup to move to Sony...
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