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    Nikon D500
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    Ikelite
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    Inon Z220 x 2
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  1. 5510.45, 5510.11 and 5510.22 have been sold. The following items are still for sale. 5510.35 flat front (use for Sigma 105 and Nikon 60) - Asking $80 (retail $200) 5510.54 extension (used for Sigma 105) - Asking $50 (retail $125) 5510.28 extension (used for Sigma 105) - Asking $80 (retail $200)
  2. If you are still looking, I'm selling the 5510.45 and a few extensions
  3. Looking to sell various dome, ports and extension for a previous Ikelite FL system. It has been unused for about 3 years so want to cleanup the closet and have someone make better use of it. There are obviously scratches on the outside of the plastic, it has been used for about 10 years. All of those were used on D7000 housing with Tokina 10-17, Nikon 12-24, Sigma 105 macro and Nikon 60 macro 5510.45 8" dome - Asking $150 (retail $400). 5510.11 extension (used for Tokina 10-17) - Asking $60 (retail $150) 5510.35 flat front (use for Sigma 105 and Nikon 60) - Asking $80 (retail $200) 5510.22 extension (used for Nikon 60 and Nikon 12-24) - Asking $70 (retail $175) 5510.54 extension (used for Sigma 105) - Asking $50 (retail $125) 5510.28 extension (used for Sigma 105) - Asking $80 (retail $200) I have some extra o-ring 0105 (port) and 0132.41 (dome) that I will happily include in packages. Condition unknown. Additionally, I have a Ikelite 6801.70 D7000 housing that I'm selling for.... $200 ( $1500 retail). It is in working conditions but the tip of the lever for the flash dial got broken, so would need to be replaced (I have never used this lever in 500+ dives). Given the time since last dive, it would need to be sent to Ikelite for maintenance ($200 service fee) and as it is for a D7000, thus the reason I'm only asking $200 for this housing. I'm based in NYC.
  4. Hello all, Did a quick video of couple of clips I got on my trip to Cocos on December 14-24 onboard Okeanos Aggressor. We were not exactly lucky with the conditions for this trip as pelagics had a bit of a week off, I suspect moon phase was probably key (it seems that the current trip is having a blast as my friend is still on board :-/ ) That's my first attempt at editing video somewhat moderately complex so things are not exactly tip-top but I like the result so far. I retrospectively should have done a little bit more videos. In the last 4 days, I fixed the GoPro on top of my dome to have continuous shooting. I had left the GoPro magic filter at home, I would have been interested to see the difference. I missed some close encounters not having that where I had a Galapagos shark shooting straight through a channel at coming head on at me, a tiger shark coming on top and behind us while we were busy looking the other way and another one shadowing me for a minute. I never had the video on for those encounters or was of course busy facing it the other way while my head was looking somewhere els The dolphin shooting is courtesy of Capt Alberto Munoz from Okeanos aggressor, we got them again on the next dive and I was busy trying to shoot them on still (they were a bit more nervous). I started to post some pictures on Flickr [vimeo]56530182[/vimeo]
  5. Are you interested in the entire setup ? I have just listed yesterday my D80 on eBay and submitted the Ikelite housing a few minutes ago. ( I think I can remove from the listing without issues if you are interested ) http://www.ebay.com/itm/150733754575?ssPag...9#ht_500wt_1387 http://www.ebay.com/itm/150734197887?ssPag...9#ht_500wt_1387 The picture on the D80 with the menu / time was taken yesterday, the one on the ikelite was taken about 30min ago. I can send you the full size pictures via email if you wish. Not sure about the cost to ship to Australia for this. I doubt this will be $50 :-/ The boxes would be about 6kg, I can probably save by packaging together and putting the camera inside the housing, etc... a "rough" fedex pricing gives me $280 though. I can probably get a more accurate quote by going to the fedex office next block with the parcel but would need your address. I'm PMing you for details.
  6. I'm selling my Nikon D80 + Ikelite housing that have served me very well. Both are in perfect conditions, never had any problem with it. I just took pictures in Komodo a few months ago which you can see http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbailliez/set...57627473330098/ Nikon D80 comes with the usual: manuals, battery, charger + cable (us), etc.. Ikelite housing is the new housing type with the 4 locks. It was originally a 2-lock one and I sent it last year to Ikelite for a complete service + upgrade ($200) It comes with the o-ring, zoom clamps and sleeves #5509.28 and #9059.8 as well as the dual tray. Asking price: USD 750 for the complete set. Add ground shipping for continental US. Payment via paypal.
  7. I'm selling a barely used Nikon AF-DX 10.5mm f/2.8G ED Fisheye. If there has been 100 photos taken with it in total, that would be a maximum, since then it has been stored safely in its own box. As new with its box, manual, pouch... Selling for USD $500 including ground shipping to continental US. Payment via paypal only.
  8. I'm selling my Nikon D700 for anyone who might be interested. It currently has 4822 actuations, so it didn't get much use, due to me mostly using another DX body for UW. It is a totally awesome camera, but most of my lenses are DX and I cannot justify the D700 mostly sitting in a closet. I bought it in the Netherlands (as I was previously living there) on April 13, 2010. It is obviously like new except minor scratches around the tripod base. I will ship it with the US electric cord instead of the EU one. (unless specified otherwise) and its original box with all items and a CF Sandisk 8GB 60MB/s Price: $2,000 USD. Shipping US continental US only (I'm based in NYC). Shipping cost extra. Payment via paypal.
  9. I'm selling a barely used Nikon AF-DX 10.5mm f/2.8G ED Fisheye. If there has been 100 photos taken with it in total, that would be a maximum, since then it has been stored safely in its own box. See example photo below taken with a D80. Selling for USD 600 including ground shipping to continental US. Taken in Dumaguete, Philippines with a Nikon D80 / Nikon 10.5mm:
  10. I'm selling a used Inon Z220S strobe bought in 2004. It has over 500 dives. Never any problem with it. I have used it successfully on Olympus C5050Z + PT-015 housing with optical cables and a Nikon D80 + Ikelite housing with electrical cables. Obviously it has scratches on the body (as can be seen from the reflection on the image) but that is about it. It comes bundled with: - Magnets, screws, diffusers - Spare o-rings + silicone grease - Spare battery cap - Spare optical cap - Instruction manual (in Japanese) - 2 x Inon Optical D cable (value ~100$) - 8 x GP rechargeable batteries 2700mh Selling for USD 250 including ground shipping to continental US.
  11. I'm selling my Nikon D80 + Ikelite housing that have served me very well. It's a simple and good underwater photography set, is good for entry level into the dslr world and also has a backup. Both are in perfect conditions, never had any problem with it. I just took pictures in Komodo 2 weeks ago which you can see http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbailliez/set...57627473330098/ Nikon D80 comes with the usual: manuals, battery, charger + cable (us), etc.. Ikelite housing is the new housing type with the 4 locks. It was originally a 2-lock one and I sent it last year to Ikelite for a complete service + upgrade ($200) It comes with the o-ring, zoom clamps and sleeves #5509.28 and #9059.8 as well as the dual tray. Asking price: USD 900 for the complete set. Including ground shipping for continental US.
  12. Thanks for the reply I could not find it at all on wetpixel dema reports, but googling more intensively pointed me to the dpg dema reports which mentions it. http://www.divephotoguide.com/underwater-p...coverage-day-3/
  13. The following article gives probably a more complete picture: The South African Coelacanth Discovery Story based on text received from Pieter Venter and edited by Garth Cambray. http://www.redshift.com/~bcbelknap/powell/..._coeldiscov.htm Articles also suggest that the team will get back there in May 2011 to spend more time studying the fish. http://www.lematin.ch/loisirs/culture/suis...lacanthe-365758 (translated by google)
  14. The video is also available here: http://vimeo.com/18348025 (not official that is) [vimeohd]18348025[/vimeohd] (embedded by moderator) @allison: Laurent mentions in the movie they went to a series of caves that are at 105 and also 115m to look for it, he mentions that he could spend about 25-30min at this depth and they had to do 4h30 of deco stop. From the comments (and of course the footage) they did many dives here during a duration of 4 weeks, some unsuccessful one where they spent all their time looking and in particular the one where he saw the coelecanth outside the cave right after they went over the drop off. During this period they apparently saw 4 different coelacanths here. Source from one of the team member in rebreatherworld mentioned back in september:
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