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  1. This 5" HDMI monitor by Dive and See is the Brightest LCD panel on the market.

    I used it with two different housings: Nauticam and Equinox.


    The manufacturer has serviced it and is selling it for me at a very reasonable price. ($900 off)

    Here is the link: (It's the second item, not the 7" one)




    Please contact them at the link if you have questions: http://www.diveandsee.com/contact-us


  2. Nauticam P714-Z Zoom Gear: Panasonic 7-14/4 (in 36164 Port)

    Used for the Lumix 7-14 zoom lens

    Required to operate the zoom ring on your 7-14mm Lumix Lens in Nauticam housing.

    Check for compatibility with your rig.

    ​(pretty specific I know, but maybe someone is looking for this and want to save $100)


    Links to new products:








    Looks like this on your lens:


  3. Purchased in 2014:
    In good order, this is a well made product.
    Nauticam Flexitray with Left Handle
    Nauticam Adjustable Right Handle for Flexitray
    Nauticam M8 Strobe Mounting Ball for Flexitray
    $130 for all .
    Buyer pays shipping.
    package 14"x9"x3" - weighs approximately one pound.






  4. Nauticam N85 4.33 inch Acrylic dome for Panasonic Lumix G Fisheye 8mm f/3.5

    With neoprene port cover, o-ring

    Pristine condition, no scratches


    Normally $495 http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-36132.lasso?s1op=cn&s1=Nauticam&s3op=cn&s3=Ports&s13op=cn&s13=Dome%20Ports&sop=AND&sf=Price&so=Descending&ftn=&


    Review of lens: http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/panasonic-8mm-fisheye-review





  5. Why on earth bother with AF-100. A hacked GH2 (or the new GH3) will outperform it easily for a fraction of the price and weight/bulk). smile.png

    I just finished setting up a GH2 Nauticam rig with a couple of lenses and domes.

    Had it in the pool the other night to test buoyancy.

    Taking it wreck diving tomorrow. It is a great camera, and the lenses all fit the AF100.

  6. Progress has been made on the HD10 housing by Equinox, maybe done by December 2012. It may be the first AF100 underwater!

    I will start with the lens I have which is the 14 -140. Zoomed all the way out it has an f4 stop.

    Then I'll move on from there to wider/faster.

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