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    Nikon D70 + Nikon D5000
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    Sea & Sea YS 110
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  1. Price reduction! Now 2500 Euro!
  2. I am changing camera and selling my much-loved Hugyfot Nikon D7100/7200 housing and accessories. I would like to sell everything in one lot, but will consider breaking the set if I cannot sell it all. 1. Hugyfot Nikon D7100 housing, (also suitable for Nikon D7200). Complete with; · Hugycheck vacuum system and manual pump · Standard viewfinder · Single Nikonos 5-pin adapter and Hugyfot twin fibre optic adapter · Blanking cap · Allen key set This has been well used but is in full working order and has been serviced. 2. Inon 45 degree viewfinder. Used and in good condition. 3. Ports; · Sea & Sea 150mm acrylic dome port (repolished) with Hugyfot adapter · Hugyfot wide angle port (repolished) · Hugyfot 70mm macro port (short one, allows use with 35mm lens). All with neoprene covers, Hugyfot ports have blanking caps. 4. Super macro lens adaptor for Hugyfot macro port. Includes FIT magnetic lens adaptor with 67-77mm ring and Dyron UCL77 supplementary lens (+7 dioptre). 5. Hugyfot extension rings; 20, 30, 40 and 50mm 6. Zoom gears for Nikon 12-24, Sigma 17-70 and Tokina 10-17 (2 off) 7. Spares pack, including O rings, spare zoom gear and unused spare circuit board. Lots more photos if you want them. Price for all the above excluding postage €2,900. Also available to go with the housing is Nikon D7100 body, complete in original box and with very low shutter count (<16000). €350 plus postage. Alternatively I have a D7200 with higher shutter count (<40,000) which I might consider selling for €550 plus postage.
  3. Update. Good news and not so good. The bearing locking ring arrived this morning, and has the correct thread size. That's the good news! However, it is a lot chunkier than the original - see the photo for comparison. Depth should not be a problem, but the outside diameter is just a bit too big to fit inside the window space. I have a small lathe, so a bit of machining is required! Thanks again for the offers of help and advice. Pete
  4. OK, I'm now fairly sure that the locking ring has an M35x1.5 thread. My measurements match the specification. I've found a bearing locking ring on line, which will cost me £6.80 with free shipping. https://www.bearings-online.co.uk/item/2699/Locknuts/KM7-Locknut-M35x15.html?vat_inc=true&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIyevNj8aS6gIViZntCh1WDA9_EAQYBSABEgI6HPD_BwE I've ordered one - I'll let you know how I get on! Thanks for the help. Pete
  5. Correction, thread ID is 33.65. Fat fingers this morning!
  6. Tim, many thanks for the offer. However the website still only offers the UPS option. I will ring them tomorrow and see if they can do it differently. I will get back to you, but thanks again. Pete
  7. Just done some measurements for the locking ring; Thread ID 35.65mm Thread OD 35.0mm (based on the OD of the viewfinder thread) Pitch 1.5mm
  8. Thanks guys. Tried the fotografit website, but if you follow it through it wants to charge 49 Euros for UPS shipping. I will try ringing them. Thanks for the info on the thread size too - I'll investigate that further! Best regards. Pete
  9. Thanks for the suggestions. Divervision was one of my first calls, and their postage was very high. If I can identify the thread, I can machine something down to size. More research needed! Thanks again. Pete
  10. Hi. Can anyone help me please? I need to find a locking ring for an Inon 45 degree viewfinder. I seem to have lost it! Inon UK don't have any in stock. There are suppliers who advertise them....$4.99 for the ring, $30 for post & packing! Has anyone got one spare please, or know where I can get one? Thanks. Pete
  11. Have you got any of these O rings left, please Mark? Best regards. Pete
  12. Thanks for the link - it explains what is going on . That is very helpful. Now I have to try and fix it.
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