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  1. Sea & Sea zoom gear for the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm ED VR lens. Includes original packaging. $100.00.
  2. Original Ultralight arms and clamps. Entire package $275 ... individual prices listed below. The same package brand new would cost you $555.00 plus tax. 12" arm (1): $30 ($48 new) 8" arm (2): $30 each ($48 new) 5" arm (2): $30 each ($48 new) 7 standard clamps: $15 each ($30 new) Tri-clamp (1): $20 ($35 new) Focus light clamp (1): $20 ($35 new) Focus light ball mount (1): $20 ($35 new)
  3. Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G ED VR Lens. It's in excellent condition as it was rarely used. Very clean, no scratches - works perfectly. I am only selling it because I sold my big dome port. This lens is $1,100.00 new. This is a US market lens (s/n 293096), includes ALL original packaging and accessories, and was purchased from bhphotovideo.com. Asking $850. Here are the specs (https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/675838-USA/Nikon_2182_AF_S_Nikkor_16_35mm_f_4G.html) Performance Focal Length 16 - 35mm Comparable 35mm Equivalent on DX Format Focal Length: 24 - 52.5 mm Aperture Maximum: f/4 Minimum: f/22 Camera Mount Type Nikon F Format Compatibility Nikon FX/35mm Film Nikon DX Angle of View 107° - 63° DX Picture Angle: 83° - 44° Minimum Focus Distance 11.42" (29 cm) Magnification 0.25x Maximum Reproduction Ratio 1:4 Optical Design 17 Elements in 12 Groups Diaphragm Blades 9, Rounded Features Image Stabilization Yes Autofocus Yes Tripod Collar No Physical Filter Thread Front: 77 mm Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 3.2 x 4.9" (8.13 x 12.45 cm) Weight 1.50 lb (680 g)
  4. Nikon D810 body only (US market s/n 3002739 - bought from B and H). This is my back-up D810 body, and has only 18,275 actuations to date (shutter life expectancy for the D810 is 200,000) . Includes all original parts and accessories (most still in the original packaging). The sensor is clean, and I've never had the protective screen removed from the LCD. This camera is incredible, and I'm only selling it to make room for the new D850. Here are the specifications from the B and H site (but I'm sure if you're looking for this camera you already know these!): 36.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor EXPEED 4 Image Processor No Optical Low Pass Filter 3.2" 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor Full HD 1080p Video at 60/30/24 fps Multi-CAM 3500FX 51-Point AF Sensor Native ISO 12800, Extended to ISO 51200 5 fps Shooting at Full Resolution Electronic Front Curtain Shutter 14-Bit RAW Files and 12-Bit RAW S Format
  5. Nikon D810 body only (US market - bought from B&H). This is my back-up D810 body which never saw the inside of a housing, and has only 11,350 actuations to date (shutter life expectancy for the D810 is 200,000). Includes all original parts and accessories (most still in the original packaging). The sensor is clean, and I've never had the protective screen removed from the LCD. This camera is incredible, and I'm only selling it to make room for the new D850. Asking $1775, which includes shipping within the continental US. Here are the specifications from the B&H site (but I'm sure if you're looking for this camera you already know these!): 36.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor EXPEED 4 Image Processor No Optical Low Pass Filter 3.2" 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor Full HD 1080p Video at 60/30/24 fps Multi-CAM 3500FX 51-Point AF Sensor Native ISO 12800, Extended to ISO 51200 5 fps Shooting at Full Resolution Electronic Front Curtain Shutter 14-Bit RAW Files and 12-Bit RAW S Format
  6. Sea and Sea VF180 1.2x Straight Prism Viewfinder is blemish-free and includes all original parts and packaging. Once you use a viewfinder, you'll never go back to using the stock VF. It's amazing! Retails at $999.99. I'm asking only $475 (including shipping within the US). PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS Anodized Aluminum Alloy Construction 1.2x Magnification Won't Sacrifice Field Of View Depth Rating: 328' Lens Construction: 8 Elements, 6 Groups Nitrogen Gas Prevents Condensation, Fog Eyepiece Guard Reduces Glare, Reflection Included Attachment Tool Compatible With RDX, MDX Series Housings Compatible housings (models produced after the year 2007): MDX-5D Mark III, MDX-6D, MDX-7D, MDX-D500, MDX-D800, MDX-D810, MDX-D7100/7200, MDX-D7000, MDX-D300s, MDX-PRO D700, RDX-650D, RDX-600D *1: MDX-PRO 5D Mark II *2: RDX-550D, MDX-PRO D3, MDX-D300, MDX-40D *1 Accessory spacer is required to install the viewfinder to the housing (included in the box) *2 Factory modification is required to install the viewfinder. Contact an official SEA&SEA dealer or distributor.
  7. Pristine Sea & Sea VF180 1.2x Straight Prism Viewfinder is blemish-free and includes all original parts and packaging. Once you use a viewfinder, you'll never go back to using the stock VF. It's amazing! Retails at $999.99. I'm asking only $775 (including shipping within the US). PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS Anodized Aluminum Alloy Construction 1.2x Magnification Won't Sacrifice Field Of View Depth Rating: 328' Lens Construction: 8 Elements, 6 Groups Nitrogen Gas Prevents Condensation, Fog Eyepiece Guard Reduces Glare, Reflection Included Attachment Tool Compatible With RDX, MDX Series Housings B&H: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/837768-REG/Sea_Sea_SS_46112_VF180_1_2x_Straight_Prism.html Compatible housings (models produced after the year 2007): MDX-5D Mark III, MDX-6D, MDX-7D, MDX-D500, MDX-D800, MDX-D810, MDX-D7100/7200, MDX-D7000, MDX-D300s, MDX-PRO D700, RDX-650D, RDX-600D *1: MDX-PRO 5D Mark II *2: RDX-550D, MDX-PRO D3, MDX-D300, MDX-40D *1 Accessory spacer is required to install the viewfinder to the housing (included in the box) *2 Factory modification is required to install the viewfinder. Contact an official SEA&SEA dealer or distributor.
  8. For my fellow Nikon D810 shooters who recently updated their Lightroom and/or Camera Raw apps, you may be noticing that your images appear a bit flat upon import. That is because Lightroom 6.1 and Camera Raw 9.1 ignore the Adobe Standard Color Profile from Nikon D810 raw images. Instead, they default to the next available profile in the Camera Profile pop-up menu which is Camera Flat, so your images display with unexpected color. Good news though ... below is the workaround until it's fixed. I just did this on my Mac, and after restarting LR, all is well. In addition, when I import new images into my LR library, they default to the Adobe Standard Color Profile. Nice. https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/lightroom-6-1-ignores-the-nikon-d810-adobe-standard-color-profil.html
  9. I recently switched from the D7000 to the D810 several months ago, and I couldn't be happier. Yes, it is a financial commitment and the gear weighs more (on the surface), but you can't beat the IQ of the D810. I shoot primarily wide-angle in Southern California, and dabble in macro and super macro. I sold my Tokina (thought I would miss it but I do not), and purchased the Sigma 15mm fisheye and the Nikon 16-35mm. I also invested in the Zen 230mm and Nauticam 140mm domes. For safety during ripping currents and when you need to be hands-free to shoot a bag, etc., I use the Beneath the Surface Beach Strap System. The clips are always on my BC and strobe ball mounts, just in case I need them. Regardless if you switch to FX or not, I highly recommend the BtS Beach Straps for your set-up. Here is a video my friend and I produced for BtS for that product. Hope this information helps! Best, Michael
  10. Cropping off the copyright management information (ie watermark) is a big no-no (in addition to stealing the image in the first place), and is a violation of the DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act) here in the US. I'm not sure what the laws are in Canada, but I remember hearing they've recently been adjusted to be on par with the laws in the US. By simply cropping off the watermark alone, the damages start at $2,500 and go to $25,000 per violation, in addition to any fines for copyright infringement. Obviously this would include getting a lawyer involved, and most folks are not interested in doing that. At the end of the day, it's just good to know what your rights are as a photographer. My two cents ... if you're worried that someone will steal your image(s) and benefit from doing so, be sure to register your images with the copyright office. Also be willing to send an invoice and/or contact a lawyer once you have proof that someone has stolen your image. If the image is online (anywhere), someone can steal it, and probably will.
  11. Posted 01 February 2015 - 03:30 PM Housing SOLD.
  12. We (Immersed Imaging) have chartered the Peace dive boat out of Ventura, California, for a 3-day trip to San Miguel Island (just 6 spots remaining). The trip is August 27-29, 2015, and we will board the boat the evening of 8/26. This will be an underwater imaging-centric group, and we are limiting the number of passengers to just 20. The boat can carry 32 passengers and has 24 bunks, so not only will we have plenty of elbow room, we’ll also have at least 4 bunks open for extra storage, etc. The service and support on the Peace are exceptional, and this trip promises to be no different. The 3-day limited-load charter is $650.00 per person, and includes the following: 3 days of awesome diving (at least 3-4 dives per day) Air fills (nitrox is available for $75 for unlimited fills) Meals and snacks (which are outstanding) Non-alcoholic beverages (BYOB) For more information, and to sign-up, please click below. We hope to see you there! http://immersedimaging.tumblr.com/post/111740316562/peace-august-2015
  13. This Nikon AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D lens is in excellent condition. Original owner. Includes front and rear caps. $310.00 (includes shipping - USA only). - Nikon's most compact Micro lens for close-up and general photography - Close Range Correction system provides high performance at both near and far focusing distances - Nikon Super Integrated Coating for minimized flare and ghost, providing good color balance - Compatible Formats: FX / DX / FX in DX Crop Mode, 35mm Film - Autofocus not supported by D40, D50, D60, D3000 & D5000 cameras (because they do not have auto-focus motors)
  14. These H2O-Tools brand carbon fiber float arms are brand new and have never been used (I won them and already have arms/clamps). I have three sets (2x 160mm (6.4"), 2x 200mm (8"), and 2x 240mm (9.6"). Price is $35 each ($70 per set), $200 for all of them. Shipping extra (USA only). **The Carbon underwater strobe arm is compatible with flash arms/clamps from 10Bar, INON, Nauticam, i-das, UCLS, Ultralight and other manufacturers. These flash arms are made ​​of carbon from a very high quality carbon material (carbon fiber - pipe - one-way design fabric with coarse top layer) for the highest standards. The surface of the carbon arms is sanded and painted. Through a special adhesive process prevents water from entering the pipe. The balls are made ​​from high quality anodized aluminum salt water resistant. The lighter weight compared to other arms, does the weight savings from not only the baggage, but also in the water, the case with the arms have less weight.
  15. Hi Bill! Todd and I just picked up a Multiplier for our demo kit. Let's go dive PV and check it out! Zig
  16. I don't think there would be any need for the AV controllers with the new strobes and an Ikelite housing.
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