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jswensva

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About jswensva

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    Male
  • Location
    Richmond, VA

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon 5Dmkii
  • Camera Housing
    Aquatica 5Dmkii
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Dual Sea & Sea YS-110a
  1. No problem. Depending on where in France, I'm flying through CDG in about three weeks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Certainly. Looks like $66.50 so I'd ship for the difference versus $14 in US so $52. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Bump. Strobes $325 a piece shipped. Sea Arm set $225 shipped. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 2 YS-110 alphas. Great shape. $350 a piece shipped in US. 2 Sea & Sea sync cord. Great shape, no issues. $75 each shipped in US. Sea & Sea Sea Arm VII with triple mount from Ultralight. $250 shipped in US. Xit404 focus gear for canon 100mm L for aquatica. $200 shipped in US. Feel free to make me an offer on any items. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. $1,500. Open to offers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. $1,800. Open to offers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Zoom gear for 17-40 sold. Price $2,000 on housing, etc. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Reduced to $2,250. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Great condition. Moved for work and have not had opportunity to use as much as I'd like. Includes housing (w leak detector), 8" dome port, 8" port shade, 8" neoprene cover, manual focus macro port and macro port cover, ball mounts (3), extension for 100mm IS macro, extension for 17-40, zoom gear for 17-40. Also includes two full o-ring rebuild kits. Asking $2,750 shipped worldwide. Open to offers or potentially single items. Also have carry-on Pelican into which all of this plus arms, cables, etc. fit. Open to offers on case. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Got one if interested. Feel free to PM me.
  11. My $0.02 (and it's likely worth less) is leave it closed. I've never had a problem. Seems if there was a problem then we should all be pulling out bulkhead o-rings, sync cord o-rings, control button o-rings, viewfinder o-rings (assuming standard viewfinder), etc., etc. (realizing some are static v. dynamic). Like I said, $0.02.
  12. Depending on which housing you're using, I'd recommend the xit 404 focus gear. I have this for the IS version of the lens you're picking up and it's really nice to focus from the zoom gear on the housing rather than reaching over to the port. My $0.02.
  13. I'll second this. I was, like the OP, on the fence about getting the IS or non-IS version of this lens. Not sure it would make much difference underwater, but has also become one of my favorite topside lenses, especially for portraits in addition to handheld macro.
  14. So far no issues with this bag. I know when I looked at it that LowePro has one larger, the 600AW or something, which is too large for carry-on. The laptop sleeve on this bag can be removed, so hopefully won't be weighed with the bag, though knock on wood I have yet to have this bag weighed. Probably something about having it on one's back that doesn't arouse as much suspicion as a heavy looking hand-held bag. The top cover also zips off and can be used as a fanny bag, further reducing the 'calculated' weight, should need arise. I still keep a photogs vest zipped in the pocket, just in case. I used to travel with Pelicans and still do for checked luggage (with a beat-up bag zipped around them for camoflauge), but this thing weighs so much less and fits my gear quite nicely.
  15. I have a LowePro Pro Trekker 400AW which I've been using to carry-on a 5D mk II, Aquatica housing, 8" port, 3 lenses, 2 S&S 100a's, and arms. So far so good. Packed a bit tight, but it works nicely.
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