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  1. Update on items unsold Nauticam NA-D800 modified by Nauticam for D810 - Sold Subal 8" Dome Port DP FEP2 Excellent condition - Under Offer Nauticam 87 Macro Port for Nikon 105 lens with +5 diopter - Sold Nikon 105 Focus Gear - Sold Nikon 16-35 Focus Gear - Under Offer Pair Inon Z240 Strobes with Fibre Optic Cables and Diffusers - Sold Extension Arms with Floats and Clamps - Sold Sea and Sea Single 5 pin sync cable - Sold Sea and Sea Dual 5 pin sync cable - Sold Light & Motion Sola Photo 800 - Sold Bouyancy Ring for Port - Sold 45 Deg Viewfinder - Sold Subal D200 Housing including D200 camera and 10.5mm lens Subal 8" Dome Port DP FEP2 Excellent condition - Sold Subal port for Nikon 60mm lens and Woody Diopter Inon D180 strobes with fibre cable and INON Optical Converter D - Sold Locline style Flexible Strobe Arms - Sold Thanks to everyone who bought items Gordon
  2. Yes 16-35 focus gear is available at a price of £80 ($US 100 approx). Payment by Paypal to include shipping via Royal Mail International Signed For at a cost of £12.55 Service Speed Cover Tracking Price Online Price Royal MailInternational SignedMore details 5 to 7 working daysdelivery aim Up to £250 for loss or damage Within UK £12.55* I am out of country until Wednesday but can ship anytime after that. Gordon
  3. Yes both sync cables are available. Will PM with details Gordon
  4. Update on items available Nauticam NA-D800 modified by Nauticam for D810 - Sold Subal 8" Dome Port DP FEP2 Excellent condition - Sold Nauticam 87 Macro Port for Nikon 105 lens with +5 diopter -Sold Nikon 105 Focus Gear - Sold Nikon 16-35 Focus Gear - available Pair Inon D240 Strobes with Fibre Optic Cables and Diffusers - Sold Extension Arms with Floats and Clamps - Sold Sea and Sea Single 5 pin sync cable- available Sea and Sea Dual 5 pin sync cable- available Light & Motion Sola Photo 800 - sold Bouyancy Ring for Port - sold 45 Deg Viewfinder - Sold Nauticam/Subal Adaptor - sold Subal D200 Housing including D200 camera and 10.5mm lens - available 4' acrylic dome port from Ken Sullivan with scratches - available Subal 8" Dome Port DP FEP2 - available Various Subal Port Extensions 3 off -available Subal port for Nikon 60mm lens - available Inon D180 strobes with fibre cable and converter -sold Locline style Flexible Strobe Arms PM me for details on any of the above Gordon
  5. Yes the Subal Housing D200 is still available Gordon
  6. Z240 strobes also now sold Regards Gordon
  7. Sadly I have had to give up diving for health reasons and so I have a lot of gear for sale (more than my wife thought I had). The photograph below shows my Nauticam NA- D800 system. I have now sold the housing, the 105mm Focus gear, arms, clamps and the 45 Deg viewfinder. If interested, PM me. Payment by Paypal. Nauticam NA-D800 modified by Nauticam for D810 - Sold Subal 8" Dome Port DP FEP2 Excellent condition Nauticam 87 Macro Port for Nikon 105 lens with +5 diopter Nikon 105 Focus Gear - Sold Nikon 16-35 Focus Gear Pair Inon D240 Strobes with Fibre Optic Cables and Diffusers Extension Arms with Floats and Clamps - Sold Sea and Sea Single 5 pin sync cable Sea and Sea Dual 5 pin sync cable Light & Motion Sola Photo 800 Bouyancy Ring for Port 45 Deg Viewfinder - Sold Nauticam/Subal Adaptor The second package is a Subal D200 system. This is a complete system with strobes D200 camera and Nikon 10.5 mm Fisheye lens and I am looking for an offer over £1000 for the whole package including camera and lens. Subal D200 Housing including D200 camera and 10.5mm lens 4' acrylic dome port from Ken Sullivan with scratches Subal 8" Dome Port DP FEP2 Excellent condition Various Extension ports 3 off Subal port for Nikon 60mm lens Inon D180 strobes with fibre cable and converter Locline style Flexible Strobe Arms
  8. Tim The leak detector would not have helped in the swimming pool either! So on that basis, only one out of three incidents might have been detected.
  9. Back on the original topic, my Loclines always creaked especially at the end of the dive when I tidied everything up. My dive buddies always knew it was time to get back on board! Having used both flexible and fixed arms/clamps, both have their place. Loclines are especially useful when you need fast adjustment to awkward positions e.g. on macro shots when the positioning of the clamps can jam the movement that you are looking for on the strobes.
  10. I had my Nauticam housing upgraded by Alex Tattersall at Nauticam UK to the D810 at back end of last year and am very happy with it. But still have the old problem that it is not the quality of camera in front of you that makes the great photographs, its the idiot behind it that needs to improve! All the best Gordon
  11. I suspect that you have an acrylic housing. I used to have the same problem with my Olympus housing. While using a dry atmosphere (air conditioning) was one solution this was not always possible i.e on a live aboard so I used two other solutions. 1 Use a small pack of desiccant in the housing making sure that it does not interfere with any of the controls. 2 Place a small piece of aluminium foil inside the housing which attracts the moisture
  12. Goose, I have been using a Whites drysuit for the last 5 or 6 years. Agree it is a great suit but just be careful self donning and zip closing, you may recall I had a problem on the Froach Ban and left the zip about 2mm open resulting in a wet start and aborted dive. I use the Whites in cool waters or winter i.e water temperature less than 15 degC and in the summer I use my Azdry drysuit which fits me better with less undergarments. All the best Gordon
  13. I first attended one of Martin's courses back in 2001 with a digital camera, everyone else had film cameras but it improved my photography enormously. I then spent a day with Martin in April 2011 on a one to one which again was invaluable. The basis of that day was a review of my portfolio and questioning as to why I had taken specific photographs with particular settings as well as a full review of all those camera settings deep within the Nikon menus that we just skip over. In the afternoon Martin accompanied me into the pool to work on the weaknesses that had been identified in the portfolio review. I can highly recommend a day with Martin, he has helped to develop my skills. All the best Gordon
  14. Tim, But then you win the overall prize at a Splash-In with someone else's crab and jet off to the Maldives! By the way, Iike the Maldives photos. With regard to Goose's original question, I like competitions because in a very general sense they give me the opportunity of assessing my images against my peers. The problem is finding the time to enter them! All the best Gordon
  15. He/she has taken down Alex Mustard's shark photo but there are certainly more that I recognise, sadly none of mine! All the best Gordon
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