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  1. Hi Marshall, I dove this weekend and didn't see the battery pack turning off at all. Regardless of on/off switch position on camera. Maybe it's camera specific issue as I am using an A6400 with the battery? After reading this Friday night I put the battery pack on in the housing and the camera switched off to double check what I had seen previously. In the morning the lights on the battery pack were still lit, 12 hours roughly. The only issue is that the battery will drain regardless as there is load on it wether the camera is on or off it seems. That being said I did five dives this weekend (charged the battery over one night to be clear) and walked out of the water with a full camera battery! Something to be said for that! LOL -Scott
  2. The top of the battery is exposed and the board. But neither should cause you any issues.
  3. Howdy! So, I have an update for you all. I bought a bunch of batteries a while back and then said screw it. Well my original Nauticam battery is getting long in the tooth so I pulled them back out after reading this thread. I've found what I think is a working solution. Using this battery: Attom Tech Ultra Thin https://www.amazon.com/Attom-Tech-Portable-External-Emergency/dp/B07JZCZSH9 and this cable: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N5OOYE1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I was able to get the camera to charge and recognize the battery as power. The battery DID not turn off. Now after 24 hours the battery was drained so keep that in mind. Now to fit it in the A6400 housing I had to pop the cover off the battery. This exposes the insides but who cares, It then fit with no issue into the housing, The door closes as normal it seems. Just thought I'd share. -Scott
  4. Sorry, I've decided to not to sell for the time being. Wish there was I could delete the ad..
  5. Alrighty friends! I'm re-posting this with new prices and I've lowered most of it. Just the opposite of Nauticam these days!! I've decided to slim down the collection to just my Canon1dx Mark II setup! I would like to move this stuff ASAP. Just an FYI ... I am NOT selling the battery & cable separately. Sorry. Pricing includes PAYPAL fees and GROUND SHIPPING of my choice for US Purchases ONLY. Nauticam A6400 Housing WITH vacuum port, electrical sync bulkhead and the EXTRA no-longer available Nauticam internal battery! There are some marks here and the on housing from use. But water tight and a great housing. You can see some video I shot with on my IG recently or checkout out @thetampamermaid she's been posting video from this setup! $1800 Sony A6400 for sure under 10,000 clicks. Literally only every used in this housing. 9 for sure. with 16-5mm kit lens. I comes with TWO aftermarket batteries for Sony and a charger. $750 Nauticam SE1650-PZ Zoom Gear for the 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OSS lens $175 Nauticam N85 Macro Port 45 with knob´╗┐ $300 Zeiss Touit 50mm macro f2.8 $525, lens is 8. There is wear on the front edges from coming in and out the port. Sony E-Mount 10-18 f4 $500, it has no lens hood otherwise is a 8+ Nauticam Extension Mini Extension 30 with lock $175 Nauticam Zoom Gear for Sony 10-18f4 $130 Zen Underwater DP-170-N85 II 170mm this already has the extension built in to use with the 10-18. $750 S-TURTLE MOBIE SMART TTL TRIGGER FOR SONY SYSTEMS with the brighter LED's AND a NAUITCAM electrical sync cable $275
  6. I've taken the cord on mine apart to see if I can help folks out BUT the board is glued in. The dummy load should be pretty easy to build BUT finding a battery that fits is the bigger issue. The ones that are thin enough tend to be too wide. We can move this to Lighting and maybe we could source/build these ourselves?
  7. It is DM me, please. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. @mr.reznovich Are you still looking for one? I have one available. But it here last year then never used it.
  9. Couple of pix from the Bridge recently with the Zeiss and this setup!
  10. If you're interest in more pix just hit me up. Serious requests only please. I think I've used up my allotted space.
  11. Howdy! I've decided to get back to just one camera system instead of three so my Sony setup has to go! So here's what I have: The Kit: Nauticam A6400 with vacuum port, electrical sync bulkhead and the extra Nauticam internal battery. There are some marks here and there on housing. I used it just this past Friday at Blue Heron. Sony A6400 for sure under 10,000 clicks. Literally only every used in this housing. 9 for sure. Sony 16-55 lens, 9 as well. Nauticam gear 16-50 Macro Port 45 with knob TOTAL FOR THIS PACKAGE including ground shipping in CONTINENTAL US ONLY is $2800 Separate Items: Zeiss Touit 50mm macro f2.8 $525, solid 9 on condition Sony E-Mount 10-18 f4 $525, it has no lens hood otherwise is a 8+ maybe 9 Nauticam Extension Mini Extension 30 with lock $175 Nauticam Zoom Gear for 10-18 $130 Zen Underwater DP-170-N85 II 170mm this already has the extension built in to use with the 10-18. $800 S-TURTLE MOBIE SMART TTL TRIGGER FOR SONY SYSTEMS with the brighter LED's $300 The Photos: Looks like I will have to add them to comments as well, ugh. Sorry.
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