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dan.logik

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About dan.logik

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    Hermit Crab

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    United Kingdom
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Fuji FD50
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea & Sea Ys110
  • Accessories
    Inon Macro & Fish Eye lenses
  1. I have for sale a complete Nauticam NEX 5 system. All items are used but in very good condition. I will sell the housing including the following items -Nauticam housing -4" dome port -18-55mm port -18-55mm zoom gear -67mm diopter holder -tray and double handles Total retail value for this package is around £2150 Will sell for £1400 I also have the following items for sale: sony nex 5 twin lens kit including fisheye adaptor Total retail value of £650, Will sell for £450 2 inon s2000 strobes for sale at £275.00 each 1 Sea & sea strobe for sale at £275.00 All items are currently listed on ebay. You can see the housing at this link http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nauticam-NA-NEX5...d#ht_500wt_1172 From here you can click on my other items to see them listed or contact me directly at dan.logik@yahoo.co.uk
  2. dan.logik

    For Sale

    I have for sale a complete Sony Nex5/Nauticam underwater camera system. I have used this new compact SLR system with great success and am selling due to final upgrade to D7000. Complete set up includes twin lens kit, fisheye lens adaptor, housing,dome port, port for 18-55 lens, zoom gear,tray with double handles and 67mm adaptor for close up lenses. Retail value of around £2800. Selling for £1900 ono. Also have numerous other items for sale, all used but in excellent condition: - 2 inon s2000 strobes- £550 - 1 Sea & Sea ys110a strobe- £275 - Inon UFL-165 AD fisheye lens- £250 - Inon UCL-165 AD close up lens- £90 - Pelican Case 1400- £40 - Inon gripbaseIII with AD mount holders- £70 These items also advertised on UWP magazine. Contact dan.logik@yahoo.co.uk
  3. A very sad case but as with the previous accidents involving white sharks in Australia there has been a call from the uninformed to catch and kill any shark found in the area. This is not the solution and it would be good if the press were to give more details and explain why the attacks happened rather than just call for all man-eaters to be culled!
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