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cdascher

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About cdascher

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    http://www.cdascher.com

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    Male
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    New York, NY

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    United States
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon R5
  • Camera Housing
    Aquatica AR5
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2 x Inon Z330s
  • Accessories
    ULCS strobe arms

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  1. Looking to sell a pair of Sea and Sea sync cords with Nikonos style 5 pin connectors (both ends). Used for connecting underwater strobes with Nikonos connector to underwater housing with Nikonos style bulkhead. I upgraded to some new lights and no longer need these. Both in good shape and have never failed. Asking $35 for the pair
  2. Hi Lee-Yes, the whole thing is sold. Regards, Chris
  3. Looking to sell a pair of Sea and Sea sync cords with Nikonos style 5 pin connectors (both ends). Used for connecting underwater strobes with Nikonos connector to underwater housing with Nikonos style bulkhead. I upgraded to some new lights and no longer need these. Both in good shape and have never failed. Asking $70 for the pair PM me if interested.
  4. No worries Lisa. Best of luck to you. Regards, Chris
  5. Hi Lisa--Thanks for you questions. Shutter Count (according to EOSinfo utility) is 26318. See attached image. For ports, I believe the answer is yes. As far as I know, ports work across the Canon housings. I have upgraded twice and the ports and rings are always compatible. Postage would be about $100 from what I can estimate. Its about 20lbs total. If it is more than that, I'll eat any cost above that. I'll look into the options. Can you provide the postal code for your location in Australia? That may help narrow the price down. Feel free to reach out to my email. cdascher (at) gmail.com.
  6. Upgraded some gear recently and looking to sell some equipment. This would make the core of a nice starter for someone looking to get into the hobby. You would need a port and possibly an extension ring plus strobe arms for whatever lenses you wanted to use. Never had a flood or any problems with this gear. Housing serviced last year by Backscatter. Asking $1200 for everything. Included here are: Canon 5D Mark II (camera body only with 16gb CF card, battery, card reader, and strap) 5DII Aquatica housing (with Nikonos bulkheads) with extra o-ring and grease (serviced last year by Backscatter) 2 x Ikelite DS125 strobes with synch cords and universal chargers with international plug adapters Canon 10-22 mm and 16-35mm zoom gears Instruction manuals I might be willing to split up the kit. Not shown but also available are 2 Nikonos synch cords that I am looking to sell ($95 for the pair). Contact me with any questions. Regards, Chris
  7. Has anyone tried out the Sigma 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM art lens underwater. Have not seen much on this lens in the forums. Thinking of renting it to take to Egypt in a few weeks. Thanks.
  8. Schooling fish around Brothers in Red Sea. Maybe a snapper? Just can't seem to find it in the books.
  9. Thanks everyone for all the great ideas. I went with the plastic "spudger". Will let you know how it goes. CCD
  10. Thanks for all the very good ideas. The "spudger" seems like a good one. Something for opening iPhones it seems. I will give that a try and let you all know. CCD
  11. I have found the Aquatica 5D MarkII housing O-ring to be a bear to get out. Much more so than my old Aquatica 20D housing. I have normally used a stiff plastic card to pry these out but I just can't seem to find something with enough strength to get this sucker out without resorting to a very careful tiny screwdriver. Has anyone had similar issues and can anyone recommend a good tool as I do not like my current approach. Chris
  12. I like Bruce Boker's operation. Just up the street.
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