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  1. I have recently purchased a Sony a7Riv and a Nauticam system. I want to do some macro images as well. The two options appear to be the native Sony 90 or the Canon 100 L with a Sigma or Metabones adapter. The Sony lens is an older, slower focus, but it is native. The Canon 100 L is a solid work horse, but must use an adapter. (I know adapters themselves do not impact image quality.) I am less concerned about price and more concerned about the best system with respect to lens sharpness, focus lock speed, and general usability. Any thoughts or suggestions from your experience? Thanks in advance - chip
  2. I am looking for a Nauticam N100 Macro Port 105 for Sony FE 90mm. Clean condition with box. I am located in South Florida and am able to pay via PayPal. Thanks!
  3. BIG HOLIDAY PRICE DROP!! - $995 - obo Buyer pays actual shipping. A great system for someone wanting to make quality images at an affordable price! This are low res images recently taken with this rig.
  4. I am considering the Inon z330 if selling separately. Please DM me the price if interested.
  5. UPDATED PRICE FOR THE COMPLETE SETUP: $1195 obo via PayPal  Buyer pays actual shipping Located in South Florida for local pickup
  6. UPDATED PRICE: $1295 obo via PayPal  Buyer pays actual shipping Located in South Florida for local pickup
  7. UPDATED PRICE: $1395 obo via PayPal Buyer pays actual shipping Located in South Florida for local pickup
  8. UPDATED PRICE: $1495 obo via PayPal Buyer pays actual shipping Located in South Florida for local pickup
  9. I am selling my Brand New, Never Used Sea & Sea YS-D1. I acquired it new a while back, but never used it. It has been sitting in the closet so now it's time for it to go to someone that will use it. Price: $325 via PayPal F&F (Pls add 3% for regular PayPal) Shipping to the US Lower 48 States is included Located in South Florida Please see the images. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for looking!
  10. I have recently upgraded my underwater system. As such, my trusty companion of several years must find a new home. I purchased the components new through Reef Photo. The system is used, but I have taken meticulous care of it including keeping it in its own hard sided carry box on the boats and a warm water soak and cleaning/greasing the O-Rings at the end of every day of diving. There are no marks or chips I can find on the port glass. There has never been a single leak in any part of the system. The camera body and lens work flawlessly. Strobes can be fired either via fiber optic cables (not included) or the included bulkhead and dual sync cable. (Note: Strobes are not included, but I also have a brand new, never used, Sea and Sea YS-D1 for sale separately.) The camera is the rock solid Canon T2i. It is one of the smallest APS-C DSLRs that was made. I bought it specifically for its tiny size and ability to make wonderful images along with 4K video. The lens is the Canon 18-55 IS. It is a great mid zoom lens with a FF equivalent of 28-88mm. It very useful for reefscapes, fish portraits, and tight zoom images in the same dive. When I say it is a complete system, I mean complete! The new owner will have everything they need to jump in and make some great images! System Includes: Nauticam NA-550 Housing (17302) Nauticam Compact Base Port (18211) Nauticam Port 15 (18303) Nauticam C1855IS-z Zoom Gear for Canon 18-55 lens (19532) Nauticam Ikelite ICS Bulkhead w Canon Hotshoe (25022) Ikelite Dual Sync Cord (4118.2) Nauticam Mounting Ball for Inon (25514) Canon T2i Body Canon 18-55 IS Lens 2 Canon OEM batteries and Canon Charger O-Rings and appropriate grease Please see the attached images for details. Let me know if you have any questions. PRICE: $1695 obo via PayPal Buyer pays actual shipping Located in South Florida for local pickup Thanks for looking!
  11. Hi all, I am looking to most likely purchase an a7Riv in a Nauticam rig using the WWL-1B lens. While stills are my primary focus, a little video for a hybrid solution would be good. I see the Riv only does 30 fps in 4K. What is the feedback from those who have tried some video with this body? Please be as detailed as you wish. Any tips and real-world experiences are much appreciated. Thanks in advance! Chip
  12. Great suggestion - will ask in the video group. Thanks!
  13. Does anyone use the a7Riv for video in deeper water? (i.e. 60' or more). From what I have read, video is the Riv's weakness. While there is no 4K/60 FPS, does anyone do 4K/30 FPS or 1080/60FPS? How does it turn out? Still photo is still my priority, but a little video would be nice as well.
  14. Very interesting! Thanks for the good info. Christmas is coming...maybe a new viewfinder??
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