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  1. I have a single ike to ike cord, in excellent condition, i used it one year (3 warm water trips), then got the second strobe, and it became my backup cord. I also have the following ports: 4103.51 single TTL strobe cable with caps 5510.45 8 inch dome port in excellent condition 5505.45 flat port for lenses up to 5.1 inches fair condition 5503 6 inch dome port for lenses up to 3 inches (dome shade shaved to remove lens vignetting on Tokina 10-17)Nauticam viewfinder Ikelite adapter ring in excellent condition Steve
  2. Everything here was sold, just have a few ports and a cord left.
  3. Canon / Ikelite rig for macro includes camera, lens and 2 strobes. The T2i with Canon 60mm macro lens is a great setup, with fast focus and nice focal length to shoot a wide range of subjects. Strobes are fully TTL automatic, or manual power with buttons on rear of housing. I am the original owner of the housing and strobes; I have had them 4 years, taking 2-3 diving trips to warm water per year. Housing never flooded, one strobe got a couple drips in the battery compartment, the sticker is a little discolored, but the contacts are fine. Housing was overhauled by Ikelite in early 2013, all seals replaced and new style latches installed. The a/v +- knob was shaved a bit to make room for Nauticam viewfinder, but works just fine. System retailed over $3700, asking firm $1400 net to me plus shipping. All macro shots here were with this setup: http://beersworld.smugmug.com/ScubaTrips-1/Indonesia-2012/Top-40/ 6871.55 Housing for Canon T2i/550D. Extra O rings, original viewfinder, extra button nubs 5502 flat port for lenses up to 3.5 inches (2) 4044.1 DS51 TTL strobes 4103.52 double TTL strobe cable with caps 6", 8", 8" I-Das arms, 6" Ikelite arm (4) I-Das clamps, (1) triple I-Das clamp, (2) Ikelite clamps (2) Ikelite handle ball mounts, (1) 3 inch I-Torch mount arm (2) Small Stix floats, (2) large Stix floats Canon T2i/550d body, 2 batteries, charger Canon EF-S 60mm f2.8 Macro USM lens Underwater camera housing leak detector DIY snoot, tether
  4. Price drop to $800 plus shipping. Steve
  5. I see some activity looking for these, I have one for sale also, with caps and neoprene bag. I also have an Ikelite mounting ring. $850 for the viewfinder and $75 for the Ikelite adapter. Prices include paypal fee, plus shipping. I can take more photos tonight. Thanks Steve
  6. Complete turnkey Canon system including body and 60mm macro. I would like to sell as a package, I am getting out of diving. The T2i is an older model, but has nearly the same sensor and focus system as the latest T5i, and underwater handling and image quality are nearly identical. I am the original owner of the housing and strobes; I have had them 4 years, taking 2-3 diving trips to warm water per year. I have shot the Canon 60 and 100 macros, Canon 10-22 and Tokina 10-17 wide angle lenses with these ports. The 5503 port shade is shaved to prevent vignetting with the Tokina. I mainly shoot macro; these strobes are plenty powerful for macro work. I made a safe transport system for the 8 inch dome, not exotic, but keeps the dome scratch free while flying. The ports have small dings here and there, nothing bad, and nothing that impacted image quality. The 8 inch is in particularly good condition. Housing has never been flooded, though one of the strobes got a bit of water in the battery compartment, I have been on 2 trips since, and no problems with it. Housing went back for checkup to Ikelite in Jan. 2013; they replaced all the seals and installed new latches. I drilled and tapped the bottom plate (not the housing) and installed a stainless eye bolt for tether attachment. The focus light is very bright and wide with soft fall off, and has red LED mode for night diving. The Nauticam viewfinder made a revolutionary improvement in my photos, enabling me to get lower and see both composition and camera settings. It rotates for vertical shots. I shaved a bit off the knob to allow the viewfinder to rotate fully. It does take a bit to get used to the 45 degree angle, but it is worth it. Just returned from Bali, had no problems with the setup in 23 dives there. The attached photos are from that trip. Total retail is $6491, selling for $3950 including PayPal fees, plus shipping. 6871.55 Housing for Canon T2i/550D. Extra O rings, original viewfinder, button nubs $1350 5502 flat port for lenses up to 3.5 inches $150 5505.45 flat port for lenses up to 5.1 inches $200 5503 6 inch dome port for lenses up to 3 inches (dome shade cut to remove lens vignetting on Tokina 10-17). $250 5510.45 8 inch dome port $400 5510.22 modular port for extension lenses up to 4.125 inches. $175 4103.51 single TTL strobe cable with caps $100 4103.52 double TTL strobe cable with caps $160 (2) 4044.1 DS51 TTL strobes $900 6", 8", 8" I-Das arms, 6" Ikelite arm $54 (4) I-Das clamps, (1) triple I-Das clamp, (2) Ikelite clamps $211 (2) Ikelite handle ball mounts, (1) 3 inch I-Torch mount arm $93 (2) Small Stix floats, (2) large Stix floats $60 Canon T2i/550d body $270 Canon EF-S 60mm f2.8 Macro USM lens $469 I-Torch Video Pro 4 light w/2 batteries and charger $499 Nauticam 32203 45 degree viewfinder with Ikelite mounting ring $1115 Underwater camera housing leak detector $35 8 Sanyo Eneloop AA batteries, Sony travel charger (2) Canon batteries &charger DIY snoot Safety tether
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