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jesmor3

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  1. All gear in working and perfect condition. The only exception is the macro lens (SMC-1) has some hard water marks on the lens from the pre ious owner. Everything else is pristine and was used for just a few dives. I have divided up the parts into separately priced kits that make sense, but am happy to sell all pieces for a turnkey kit to one buyer. Please mention the kit name in any comments. All photos can be found at this link: https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B195Uzl7V43FEQ Wide Angle WWL-C Kit (Nauticam), asking $1100 Nauticam WWL-C Wide angle (Pristine, used a few times) ($1,200 new) Nauticam N50 Short port for WWL-C lens ($250 new) Backscatter Neoprene cover for WWL-C lens OEM lens caps for WWL-C WWL-C Original Box https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-WWL-C-Underwater-Wet-Wide-Lens https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-N50-Short-Port-17-with-Bayonet-Mount Flash Kit, asking $800 Inon Z-330 Flash with ball mount and cable connector ($600 new) Sea&Sea Fiber Optic Cable for Flash Sync ($88) 9 StiX Floaties (balanced for fresh water with WWL-C lens) ($100) 3 Float Arms ($120) 5 Ultralight clamps ($150) 4 Eneloop AA batteries with better Quick Battery charger for Flash (to charge batteries between dives if needed) ($90) Macro Kit, asking $500 SMC-1 Macro Lens Neoprene Case Nauticam M67 Flip Diopter Holder for NA-LX100 Sony RX100 VII Housing Kit ($1,500) Nauticam Rx100 VII Underwater Housing with two grips and shutter trigger. (Leak alert light functioning perfectly) ($1,970 new) https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-Sony-RX100-VII-Underwater-Housing-Pro-Package-NA-RX100VII?_ga=2.245903297.496493734.1640571661-552565520.1640571661 1 Longer port for zoom/macro Tools, lube, and extra o rings Air pump for housing Housing Wrist lanyard for BC Nautical zipper travel/transport case
  2. Hello! My dive buddy and I are really into land photography so when we started to dive we built up a Sony RX100VII & Nauticam camera kit. We found we only dive on the side when traveling (instead of traveling TO a site to dive there) and will be downgrading to something simpler to reduce our travel bag size (probably a TG setup). I would like some help and input on estimating the value of this kit (this is not a for sale post). Here is what I currently have and need help valuing as a kit. What do you think? TIA! Camera Sony RX100 VII ($900) 4 Sony batteries 3-battery charger Usb Charger cable Power Adapter to USB Sony Camera Lanyard for land-use Housing/Ports Nauticam Rx100 VII Underwater Housing with two grips and shutter trigger. (Leak alert light functioning perfectly) $1,150 1 Nauticam N50 Short port for WWL-C lens ($210) 1 Longer port for zoom/macro Nauticam M67 Flip Diopter Holder for NA-LX100 ($250) Flash/Arms Inon Z-330 Flash with ball mount and cable connector ($600) Sea&Sea Fiber Optic Cable for Flash Sync ($88) 9 StiX Floaties (balanced for fresh water with WWL-C lens) ($100) 3 Float Arms 5 Ultralight clamps Lenses/Accessories: SMC-1 Macro Lens and case ($600) WWL-C Wide angle (Pristine, used a few times) $1,000 Backscatter Neoprene cover for WWL-C lens OEM lens cap for WWL-C 4 Eneloop AA batteries with better Quick Battery charger for Flash ($90) Tools, lube, and extra o rings Air pump for housing Housing Wrist lanyard for BC
  3. I’m a noob myself but here’s the setup I’m building for mostly stills but also decent video. - Sony RX100 VII - Nauticam Rx1007 housing with pressure port and handles kit and trigger - 1x Inon Z330 - 2x 8” Ultralight Arms and clamps - 4 Jumbo Floats - New Nauticam WWL-C Compact Wide Angle Wet Lens - Short port for the WWL-C - Nauticam SMC-1 with hinges holder from Nauticam (seen in photo) I chose this setup mostly because I’m already committed to the Sony system and know the menus and capabilities like the back of my hand. I wanted to go all-in with the A7R3 but thought this compact setup would be better to learn UW on. The VII has blackout-free rapid fire which I hope serves well as a second body when shooting land wildlife. I was hoping that the underwater setup would be pretty flexible with wet lenses but there are some limitations when committing to certain ports. The SMC-1 works between about 80mm-200mm on the MkVII but of course at 200mm you’re getting REALLY big magnification. On the short port that works with the WWL-C, it does limits the zoom pre-80mm so I will probably sell the SMC-1 for a different, less strong diopter. It works perfectly on the standard port, which lets you zoom the whole range of 24-200mm. For me that’s not wide enough for my preference though. Hence the short port and WWL-C, which I can add photos of upon request. Shown with Standard port: Cheers! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hello! We wanted to do some diving with larger pelagics so just recently got certified. We’ve been all Sony for a few years now above water and plan on continuing to build an UW system with our Sony gear as well. Looking forward to being a part of the community and I hope to be able to contribute eventually as well!
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