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underwaterguy

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  1. NOTE: The Nauticam 80D housing has been sold. I still have a Nauticam 7D housing for sale. Please inquire about price. Thanks ~
  2. Thank you for the 3 replies to my questions. I apparently have notifications set wrong somewhere, because I didn't know these responses were here and just saw them now. I'll dig into the suggestions and experiment soon. Much appreciated!
  3. Hi, Both the DP-100 & DP-200 dome ports have sold. The Nauticam housing for the Canon 80-D is still available as of today 4/29/19. Thanks!
  4. Hi, Due to unforeseen health issues, I am selling these three items. The NA-80D housing was used a total of three times in fresh water only. It is in excellent condition. The dome ports have some minor dings and I’m happy to provide more info about that with potential buyers by uploading video clips or photos to show how dings and scratches do or do not affect final clips or images. All items can be bought separately if desired. (The Canon 80D body is also available for sale. It has very little use and is in excellent condition.) Thanks! ~ Steve PRICES: Nauticam NA-80D Housing: $1,600 USD, Nauticam DP-200 Dome Port: $500 USD, Nauticam DP-100 Dome Port: $400 PAYMENT: Payment by direct bank transfer or PayPal. Shipping at the expense of the buyer. PHOTOS: 30 high-res photos are viewable at this Dropbox link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b4l2s44zecff64z/AADMhaIMCPsU452khvd_3aKpa?dl=0 INFO: NAUTICAM NA-80D HOUSING: Tech Specs: Depth Rating = 100m, Weight = 2.88kg, Dim: 348mm (W) × 184mm (H) × 137mm (D) No other housing allows for the level of precision and control of the Canon 80D's functionality underwater as the Nauticam NA-80D. The NA-80D is designed to place the most important controls as your fingertips, within easy reach without having to move your hands from the ergonomic handles. Double thumb levers allow access to key controls. The locking cam-try securely mounts the camera inside the housing ensuring proper fit and function of all the controls. The core control layout, proven by generations of existing housings in the field, is retained here. This design consistency results in immediate familiarity with the control layout for people that have used Nauticam housings before, and a thoroughly refined and field tested design for newcomers to the brand. The housing incorporates technology from the Nauticam housings that came before it, but features enhanced ergonomics, more and better control access, and reduced size/weight thanks to cutting edge manufacturing processes. No competing system is easier to assemble or break down. The camera drops into the housing with a quick release camera tray. No controls need to be preset, as housing functions for dials and switches align automatically (on/off, af-m, still photo/video). The large 120mm housing port opening allows even the largest popular pro Canon wide angle lens (11-24mm f/4) to be used, and the camera can even be mounted in the housing with this large lens attached. The Nauticam vacuum check and leak detection system is shipped with NA-80D as standard equipment. Combined with an accessory vacuum valve (PN 25625), this monitoring system provides constant updates on the water tight and safe-to-dive status of the housing. A simple color coded LED lighting system lets the user know that the vacuum is solid, or that the housing is losing vacuum. Leak detection is built into the same circuit, so if there is water intrusion, an audible and visual indication will occur. The Nauticam system is temperature compensated, eliminating false alarms caused by a change in outside temperature, or from a camera heating up on an action packed dive. Optical TTL Strobe Compatibility: Inon S-2000, D-2000, and Z-240, Sea & Sea YS-D1, YS-D2, and YS-01 INFO: NAUTICAM DP-100 DOME PORT: Zen 100mm Fisheye Dome - (For use with Tokina 10-17 Lens for Nauticam Housing) This is a small 4-inch glass dome port for use with the Tokina 10-17mm or Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens on Nauticam housings. For close-focus wide angle work, Zen Underwater turned conventional 'big dome' wisdom on its ear with this 100mm (4") dome port. Designed specifically for the Nikon DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED and the Tokina Fisheye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 DX zoom, the DP-100 allows the photographer to get in close where a large dome just won't go for stunning close focus wide angle images. At only 340g (12oz.), the DP-100 fisheye dome port offers welcome relief to the luggage bloat of dive photo travel and the ever increasing expense associated with checking large heavy camera systems. Small and Lightweight. Great for close-focus wide angle photography. Includes Front Dome Cap INFO: NAUTICAM DP-200 DOME PORT The hand crafted Zen Underwater 200mm (8in) Optical Glass Dome Port represents the state of the art in dome port design and manufacturing proficiency, and optical technology. The interior of the dome element is coated with a magnesium fluoride broadband anti-reflective coating to minimize internal reflections from camera lenses, lettering on cameras, etc. which can be problematic when shooting over/under scenes. The exterior is treated with a proprietary scratch resistant coating to control lens flare. This coating yields an amazing 99.7%+ transmissive value for true distortion free images. The heavy duty (4mm thick) aluminum shade is designed to offer a lifetime of service and extends far enough to protect the dome when placed face down. Weight in air: 1.8kg (3.9lb) Weight in water: 28g (1oz) (Includes neoprene black dome port cover with elastic strap.)
  5. Hi, Just found this post. I have a Nauticam NA-7D housing for sale. I'm not sure if it will work with both the 7D and the 7Dmk2 but I thought I'd reply.
  6. Hi, I have an Nauticam NA-7D housing that I'm about to put up for sale. Are you still looking for one?
  7. I've been reading some posts online recommending that for "on land" shooting, the Hero 7 sharpness be set to "low" for more natural looking footage. I haven't gotten to use mine in the water yet but I'm wondering if settings of "medium" or "high" might yield better results underwater where the overall environment is less sharp than on land due to less that gin-clear visibility. Any recommendations for WB of "auto" or "native" (or some other choice) would be helpful, too. I'd be free diving with the camera a depths of 30ft of less. Thanks!
  8. A Sea & Sea DX1200... It got me hooked, but it's been in box on a shelf for a long time...
  9. I just bought a Hero 7 Black but have not used it in the water as of yet. If you get a clear answer as to why the overheating happened, please post the news. I'd like to know all I can about potential issues with the "7". Thanks ~
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