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  1. Seacam Superdome. Good condition. Small scratch on glass (about 3cm) that I have never seen in thousands of pictures. Includes neoprene cover and back cover. One sunshade petal is brand new, the other shows signs of use but is in excellent shape. No cracks, dings, dents anywhere. Original Seacam box included as well.

    Asking $1200 or best offer. These go for close $2,000 new... Price is plus PayPal fees (or gift) and plus shipping. I will only ship via FedEx fully insured for full purchase price. This includes international. No exceptions. I charge actual shipping cost and do not profit from this so if you want to know, PM me your location.

  2. I have a nice pair of Sea & Sea YS-110a strobes for sale.

    The good: They have never flooded and are in perfect working order and religiously fresh-water rinsed after every dive. They have been professionally serviced annually to include o-ring replacement. Last time was in Oct 2014, so all o-rings are practically new. All knobs and switches work as intended and the diffusers seat positively and do not come off.

    The bad: Cosmetically there are numerous scratches on the outside of both units. Nothing is broken or cracked, just surface scratches. The "business end" is pristine.. i.e. there are NO scratches or blemishes on the front of the unit where the tubes are.


    1. Ball mounts with cross-bolts

    2. Diffusers with lanyard.

    3. Tube of o-ring grease

    Price: $300 each or $550 for the pair net to me. I would prefer to sell them together. Reasonable offers welcome!

    I also have a pair of Sea & Sea optical synch cables in like-new condition for $25 each.



    Terms: Payment is accepted via money order or cashier's check. PayPal is also accepted from US and Canadian buyers ONLY with a confirmed address which is the only address I will ship to. Please add 4% to any PayPal payment to cover their fee. I will ship immediately once funds clear. Shipping and insurance is INCLUDED within the continental US or charged at actual rate for international buyers . I only use FedEx. Please don't ask for any other carrier.. specially not USPS.

  3. I too am interested in this lens from an IQ perspective. I'm happy with the 2.8 II version, but if this is significantly better, I may be interested.


    That said, dome requirements won't change from one to the other. The 9-ish inch domes will still be optimal since this is something that has more to do with the FL at the wide end than it does with the max F-stop.


    Dimension-wise, these two are pretty similar; the F4 is a bit skinnier but about the same length, so port extensions may even be the same.


    I can't wait for someone to do a comparison review underwater...... I'm certainly not spending money until then.... although from the topside reviews I've read, if I had neither lens today, I would get the F4 version..... Unless one absolutely needs 2.8 (topside), I believe the IS and lower price makes the F4 the better choice.

  4. This dome will fit any Olympus PEN E-PLx housing as well as I believe the OM-D series. It is designed for the Panasonic 7-14 F4 and will also work with the Olympus 14-42 and perhaps others as well. Personally, I used it with the 7-14 and 14-42 on an E-PL2. This dome/lens combination makes pretty stunning images. The rest of that kit has since been sold in favor of full frame. This dome is the only item left.


    Glass and O-rings are pristine. Metal has some very minor handling marks. Included is ORIGINAL ZEN BOX, new unused spare O-ring set, front and back covers, and lube.


    PM for further details. Reef Photo sells this new for $499 plus shipping and tax. Spare O-rings are another $15. You can have it all for $399 delivered via insured FedEx to your US mainland door. International buyer will pay actual shipping.







  5. My .02...


    If I were a Nikon shooter and were looking to upgrade from something lesser, the D600 would not even get a first glance, much less a second. Sorry.


    Yes, the D800 is $1,000 more, but by the time you factor in the housing you need to buy for either, etc, the difference is not that much for what you get unless D600 housings are considerably cheaper.


    I suspect the same will be said on the Canon side with the 6D vs 5D3 when the 6D is released.

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