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Neil_B

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About Neil_B

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D200
  • Camera Housing
    Sea & Sea DX-D200
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea & Sea YS-110
  • Accessories
    ULCS strobe arms; S & S flat and dome ports; TTL III converter
  1. Package is now on e-Bay at a reduced asking price: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sea-Sea-Underwater-Camera-Housing-Package-for-Nikon-D200-/200807210094?pt=US_Camera_Underwater_Housings&hash=item2ec10adc6e Thanx for looking. NB
  2. After some requests for more photos I have posted some on the following link: http://s1248.photobucket.com/albums/hh494/Neil_B1/ Wish I'd thought to do this earlier!
  3. Apologies for my tardy response, I was out of town on business last week and didn't think to check WetPixel. Anyway, the package is still available as of today (June 24th). Thanks for your interest, and let me know if you have any other questions. Neil B.
  4. At this time I'm really hoping to keep it together as a kit (the camera being the exception if someone already has a D200). Will reconsider and re-do the post if there's significant interest in the individual pieces. Thanx for looking/asking. NB
  5. For sale – Sea & Sea housing and components for a Nikon D200 camera, a complete set-up except for lenses. All equipment has been treated with extreme care and is in excellent working order. Never flooded. Housing was fully serviced/pressure checked less than six months ago by Reef Photo, with all o-rings and seals replaced. Package includes all necessary ports, extenders, and gears to support two of the most popular U/W lens set-ups (Tokina 10-17 fisheye zoom and Nikon 105mm macro). Kit includes: Sea & Sea Equipment DX-D200 housing (06120) NX Fisheye dome port (56401) NX Custom flat port (56231) Port extension ring 40 (56111) SX extension ring (50261) AF/MF gear plus focus gear for Nikon 105mm f 2.8 D macro lens (56140) Zoom gear for Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens (31114) (2) YS-110 strobes w/diffusers (03106) (2) 5-pin strobe synch cords (17100) TTL Converter III-N (50112) Dome port cover and neoprene strobe jackets All owner's manuals ULCS strobe arm set (2) 8" double ball arms (DB-08) (2) 5" double ball arms (DB-05) (2) Sea & Sea strobe adapters (AD-SS) (2) T-groove base adapters for Sea & Sea housing (BA-TG) (6) Traditional-style clamps (AC-CS) Nikon D200 body – excellent condition and only VERY lightly used; less than 1400 shutter activations. Includes battery, charger, original owner's manual plus Field Guide Lowepro padded camera bag* Asking $3200 plus shipping for everything listed above; $2700 without the D200 body in case someone already has their own camera. More photos available upon request. * Full disclosure on the camera bag – it holds everything listed above (and then some) but is too large for airline carry-on (25"H x 20"W x 14"D). I purchased it used for travel by car, and to store all of the equipment in a single case. The outside of the case also has remnants of glue from a number of patches added by the original owner, presumably to make identification easier and theft harder. Bottom line, it is in perfect working order (no rips, tears, or broken zippers) and looks OK, but it doesn't look new.
  6. New to the forum, although not totally new to u/w photography. If we forget about the SeaLife 35mm (and I'm happy to), I started with a Canon digital P/S (plus external strobe) 5-6 years ago and then about 2 years ago switched to a used D200 in a Sea & Sea housing, with S&S YS-110 strobes plus other S&S peripherals. I think going used was a great way to convince myself that I really did want to stick with it before dropping too much $$$. And now of course I'm hooked and will be upgrading soon to a D300 and some more better strobes and peripherals! Obviously a D300 isn't state of the art, but to me it will be a good step forward, and buying used is about the only way I can afford to play the game. My only alternative is to have some phenominal gear but no money for diving, and that ain't much of an alternative.
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