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bradsheard

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  1. Hi, yes this is still available. There are no lenses included, so you would need to supply a lens. And no strobes or lighting, so you may need that as well, depending on what sort of shooting your husband wants to do. Is your husband an underwater photographer already? Do you know what kind of subjects he likes to shoot? Wide angle or macro? Reefs, critters, shipwrecks? I'm not trying to discourage you at all, but this is a fairly big purchase and depending on what type of photography your husband is interested in might influence what type of outfit you/he would purchase.
  2. If you are unfamiliar with Seacam housings, please check out the USA dealer website (Stephen Frink): http://www.seacamusa.com Seacam housings are extraordinary quality….I've owned Aquatica, Seacam and Nauticam housings over the years, and while they all make excellent housings, Seacam's are truly extraordinary. Asking $2500 for complete package
  3. For sale, excellent condition Canon 5D mark II and Seacam housing outfit. This is a (nearly) complete setup including camera, housing, 2 ports, extensions and gears—all you need are lenses and lighting. The Canon 5D mark II is a fantastic 21mp full-frame camera. The camera is in excellent condition and includes charger and one battery. The Seacam housing is a fine piece of engineering and is in excellent condition. Housing is wired with dual Nikonos strobe bukheads and has and two Ultralight balls mounted on top. Included ports are a glass wide-angle superdome (this is the superdeep version, identical optically to the normal superdome, but slightly thicker and rated to a depth of 100m). The port has quite a few cosmetic scratches on the lens shade only, the glass is nearly perfect (there a 2-3 extremely fine scratches which are very difficult to see and have no effect on picture quality at all—you would have a hard time finding them unless I showed you where to look). Also a macro port that is essentially perfect—only used twice. Also included are 3 port extensions: 25mm, 30mm and 35 mm. Also several lens gears: focus and zoom lens for Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II, focus for Canon 14mm II and Canon 15mm fisheye. Note NO lenses are included. $3000, Continental US only
  4. I was looking to sell the housing and Finder together. I'm not willing to break them up separately, since if no one wants the housing, I may as well keep both as a backup outfit.
  5. I am also looking to sell a Canon 5D mark III camera in excellent to like-new condition for $1500.
  6. For sale, very good condition Aquatica 5D mark III housing and Aquaview viewfinder. Housing is approximately 3 years old and has cosmetic exterior scratches and wear marks, but otherwise in excellent condition (the coating that Aquatica uses is very durable and it has held up very well). Has dual Nikonos sync bulkheads and internal moisture alarm, no ports included. Also has the optional ISO lever installed, two Ultralight balls on top of the handles, and factory-installed “deep spring kit”. Included is the “stock” viewfinder, as well as the Aqua View 180-degree finder. Finder has a few more scratches than housing, and a couple of very small scratches/nicks around the periphery of the rear lens. The Aqua View finder is really excellent—(once you use one you won’t want to go back the stock viewfinder.) It is my understanding that Aquatica will offer an upgrade for this housing to accommodate the new Canon 5D mark IV, but I have no confirmation of this. Housing and Aqua View finder, original manuals and T-handle wrench: $2200 Continental US only
  7. Hi My name is Brad Sheard, an old East Coast (of US) wreck diver and new member. Brad
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