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  1. please let me know if you have any questions. i can send you photos etc.
  2. sorry for the late response. yes, i still have it. let me know if you're still interested.
  3. forgot to mention, shipping is from Washington DC area to CONUS. thanks.
  4. For sale is an Ikelite setup for a Canon 5d Mark II. The housing is pretty much new, but the ports are not as pristine. Thus I am only asking $1500 for the package, including shipping and Paypal fees. Ikelite Housing #6871.02 for Canon 5d Mark II In excellent shape, only used on 4 dive trips and meticulously maintained. This version has the 4 port locks and top mount. Complete with: Port Hole Cap Tray and Handles Standard Zoom Clamp & Sleeve Set (new) Large Dia. Zoom Clamp & Sleeve Set (new) 1/16" Hex Head Wrench for Gears 1/8" Hex Head Wrench for Knobs Spare Control Tips (new) Spare Pushbutton E-Clips (new) Silicone Lubricant (new) Oring (never used, came with original housing.) (I used new orings and not the one that came with the housing) Original box Ikelite #5503 6 inch dome port Ikelite #5508.45 Macro lens port with focus knob for Canon 100mm 1:2.8 EF USM Macro These lens ports came with another housing and have some minor scratches. Each comes with a neoprene cover and oring.
  5. hey Russell, for the point and shoot cameras i've used, changing the shutter and aperture doesn't do much. my suggestion would be to set the camera to macro mode and get close to the subjects. i find point and shoot cameras great for macros and easy to get nice photos. i like to use strobe with ettl. then i use my lcd and adjust relative strobe power using flash exposure compensation and strobe position. get the cheapest setup with a decent strobe and practice before your trip. then if you like it, invest in better gear later.
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