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  1. I am interested in the housing only. Let me know if you are willing to sell it. Located in California. Doug C
  2. Most still available, new address (in California)
  3. Hi I'm not sure how to modify this post BUT: I'm selling the D800 Housing "AD800" reduced to $2200 Nikon 16-35mm VR lens $925 Aquatica set up for the 16-35mm VR: Zoom gear/Ext together $250 Aquatica Ext 18462 $100 Other items need to be bundled (Ports/Viewfinder) Thanks
  4. Here are a few more images. I should say that if payments are made through Pay Pal or service that charges you pay the charge. Shipping also, I think that is the norm. Clearly more than one item bundled (hey you need 'em all, right?) would be cheaper. I'm dougorama on Fred Miranda. The crab was shot using mini dome on 5D2 and 8-15, the seal with 16-35. Doug
  5. Housing purchased Feb 2013. Some wear marks, never flooded. Warning light works. Has Fiberoptic (Sea&Sea/Inon), Nikonos and Ikelite flash bulkheads. Works great. All extra parts and original box. $2400 Aquatica "Megadome" No significant marks that I can find on glass. Wear marks on body. Cover included. $1300 Aquatica MiniDome. No marks I can see on glass. Some wear on body. Cover included $500 Aquatica 18458 for 16-35VR Nikon. Zoom gear for same. (48728) Both: $250 Nikon 16-35mm VR With caps and box. Excellent condition. $925 Aquatica 45ยบ Finder Glass excellent. $950 Aquatica 18462 (for Nikon 12-24 and 10-24mm lenses; 24mm 1.4) $135 Aquatica Macro focusing Port. Some cleaning wear. Includes cover. $350 I realize I haven't sold here before. # 805-259-eight zero two zero Santa Barbara CA USA
  6. I am about to put mine up for sale but I live in USA. Had it for about 9 months, has Ikelite, Nikonos and Fiber-Optic bulkheads. I will sell my Superdome, 58 extension (for 16-35VR) and 45 degree finder with it. Doug C Santa Barbara I am about to put mine up for sale but I live in USA. Had it for about 9 months, has Ikelite, Nikonos and Fiber-Optic bulkheads. I will sell my Superdome, 58 extension (for 16-35VR) and 45 degree finder with it. Doug C Santa Barbara
  7. Has anyone shaved the Sigma and shot in an Aquatica Nikon FF (or Canon) housing? I have searched and read threads on other housing brands but am unsure if other mini domes are the same size. (Zen = Aquatica= Hugyfot ? etc I think some but not all) I would prefer this lens over the Tokina and will happily cut the Sigma petals. Just easier to commit if someone had success. (The Canon 8-15 FF is great BTW behind the Aquatica mini.) Doug
  8. Does anyone know of a reference for various INTERNAL DIAMETER sizes for different manufacturers ports? eg Ikelite can't handle the 14-24 Nikkor nor the 16-35 II Canon because those lenses' diameters are too big (but they will fit in the Aquatica). I want to use a lens 103mm across, which I think is too big for Aquatica. Would it fit inside a Subal? Seacam? Nauticam? Thanks, DEC
  9. Yes liveaboards clearly outdo land based trips in some locations (eg Galapagos) BUT Sipadan works right? So, can anyone comment on the two versions (Gizo/Uepi) vs Bilikiki that have actually done both? I like the idea of land based, but want to dive at least 3x/day. Also, I am experienced. In So Cal, amazingly, you are left alone to do diving. Can I dive alone w/o too much hassle with either operation in the Solomons? Thanks
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