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  1. SOLD SmallHD Monitor & Monitor Housing Module and the Keldan Lighting Module yesterday (3/1/22). The Base System is still available.
  2. Christoph, the complete kit didn't attract a buyer so the Monitor Housing and Keldan Lighting modules were sold yesterday (3/1/22). The base system is still available.
  3. Christoph Starfish, the system is in the process of being sold in one of two directions. One, the complete system, and two, two major modules of the system. I'll know by Monday or Tuesday which, if either, will be completed. You surely know, nothing is done until its's done. I'll be happy to let you know what happens if you'd like. Chris Crumley archive.chriscrumley.com chris@chriscrumley.com 1.757.439.2772 Virginia Beach, VA 23451
  4. A good friend, airline Captain and motion creator put together a new system last year, pool tested, then contracted an aggressive medical issue and we lost him. His widow and family aren't uw motion creators so I'm helping her sell the system. I have the complete list of pieces with their new prices before price increases at the end of the 2021 year ($14,690). Would like to find someone to buy the system for about 70 percent of the pre-increase invoice prices. A serious potential buyer can contact me by eMail and I'll send the list of pieces and we can discuss the sale (chris@chriscrumley.com). A dated photo is included here. Summary of the system is: Nauticam housing w/vacuum sealing, GH5S w/14-42mm, Wet Lens, Nauticam external monitor housing w/SmallHD 502, Keldan 9k lumen lights (2) and all arms, floats, batteries, cables, clamps, gears, rolling case and pouches making a complete and operational system.
  5. UPDATED 5/18/20 *Reduced Prices* LN=Like New; EC=Excellent Condition; GC=Good Condition Seacam Canon 1Ds MkII underwater housing. New $5,000; EC sell for $1,200 *NOW $1,000 with camera for additional $500 moisture alarm, zoom control, focus control, dual Nikonos sync ports (left and right), handles, TLC?ULCS strobe arm bases, perfect operational condition, a few exterior scuffs, never leaked. Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 15. LN $120 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 14. LN $120 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 16-35 (Also fits 17-35mm & 17-40mm). LN $120 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 100. LN $120 Seacam Nikon F100 housing, CSM switch option, moisture alarm, zoom control, focus control, dual Nikonos sync ports (left and right), handles, TLC/ULCS strobe arm bases, spare o-ring set, maintenance kit, perfect operational condition, a few exterior scuffs, never leaked. New $4,000; LN $750 http://www.chriscrumley.com/ForSale_SeaCamF100/ Seacam S180 Finder. LN $1,500 *NOW $1300 Seacam Superdome. EC $1,200 *NOW $950 Seacam Wet Diopter #2. LN $200 *NOW $175 Photos of system pieces, are at this link: https://archive.chriscrumley.com/-/galleries/for-sale Contact Chris Crumley by email: chris@chriscrumley.com. Payment by Credit Card, Paypal, Money Order or Personal Check. Money Order or Personal Check must clear my bank before item shipment (can take 2-3weeks). Shipping (from Virginia Beach, VA, USA) at buyer’s expense (actual cost) and can be UPS Ground, FedEx Ground or USPS Priority Mail (all with tracking).
  6. UPDATED 1/17/19 LN=Like New; EC=Excellent Condition; GC=Good Condition Seacam Canon 1Ds MkII underwater housing, moisture alarm, zoom control, focus control, dual Nikonos sync ports (left and right), handles, TLC?ULCS strobe arm bases, perfect operational condition, a few exterior scuffs, never leaked. New $5,000; EC sell for $1,200, with camera for additional $500 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 15. LN $120 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 14. LN $120 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 16-35 (Also fits 17-35mm & 17-40mm). LN $120 Seacam Lens Focus Gear for Canon EF 100. LN $120 Seacam Nikon F100 housing, CSM switch option, moisture alarm, zoom control, focus control, dual Nikonos sync ports (left and right), handles, TLC/ULCS strobe arm bases, spare o-ring set, maintenance kit, perfect operational condition, a few exterior scuffs, never leaked. New $4,000; LN $750 http://www.chriscrumley.com/ForSale_SeaCamF100/ Seacam S180 Finder. LN $1,500 Seacam Superdome. EC $1,200 Seacam Wet Diopter #2. LN $200 Photos of system pieces, are at this link: https://archive.chriscrumley.com/-/galleries/for-sale Contact Chris Crumley by email: chris@chriscrumley.com. Payment by Credit Card, Paypal, Money Order or Personal Check. Money Order or Personal Check must clear my bank before item shipment (can take 2-3weeks). Shipping (from Virginia Beach, VA, USA) at buyer’s expense (actual cost) and can be UPS Ground, FedEx Ground or USPS Priority Mail (all with tracking).
  7. UPDATED LN=Like New; EC=Excellent Condition; GC=Good Condition Seacam S180 Viewfinder, LN (never in water) $1,500 (current new price $2,076) Seacam Superdome, 9” Glass Dome Port, w/Neoprene Dome Cover, GC $1,450 (current new price $1,928) with additional hard cover. Seacam Fisheye Macro Port (for 8-15mm), EC $1,050 (current new price $1,347) Seacam Wet Diopter Push-on Closeup Lens +2, LN $300 (current new price $ 399) Seacam PVL 20 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam PVL 25 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam PVL 30 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam Zoom Gear for Canon 17-35mm Lens, EC $125 (current new price $186) Also fits 16-35mm f2.8 II & 17-40mm Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 14mm, LN $150 (current new price $235) Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 15mm Fisheye Lens, LN $150 (current new price $235) Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 100mm, LN $150 (current new price $235) Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 16-35mm lens, EC $150 (current new price $235) Also fits 17-35mm lens and 17-40mm Photos of system pieces, are at this link: http://chriscrumley....le_Seacam130328 Contact Chris Crumley by email: chris@chriscrumley.com. Payment by Credit Card, Paypal, Money Order or Personal Check. Money Order or Personal Check must clear my bank before item shipment (can take 2-3weeks). Shipping (from Virginia Beach, VA, USA) at buyer’s expense (actual cost) and can be UPS Ground, FedEx Ground or USPS Priority Mail (all with tracking).
  8. SOLD Seacam PVL 35 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) SOLD Seacam Wideport (for 15-20mm), EC $675 (current new price $891) SOLD Seacam P105 Macroport, EC $265 (current new price $348)
  9. SOLD Seacam Silver Canon EOS-5D MkII Underwater Housing with dual S6 strobe sync ports, TLC/ULCS arm bases left & right, EC $2,500 (current new price $5,103) Photo Included Here
  10. Mr/Ms myTotem, yes, you're right. With this kind of investment in an underwater system, it pays to take very good care of it.
  11. SOLD Seacam Housing, S45 Finder and one of the two Superdomes SOLD Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 50mm, LN $150 (current new price $235) REVISED Seacam Zoom Gear for Canon 17-35mm Lens, EC $125 (current new price $186) Also fits 16-35mm f2.8 II & 17-40mm
  12. Giovanni, I responded to your questions by eMail from your website giovanniombrello.com: Ports and Extensions work on both Canon and Nikon Seacam housings; I've used both. Prices are as you listed. I asked a few questions about shipping to you. Chris
  13. SOLD Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 50mm, LN $150 (current new price $235) REVISED Seacam Zoom Gear for Canon 17-35mm Lens, EC $125 (current new price $186) Also fits 16-35mm f2.8 II & 17-40mm
  14. LN=Like New; EC=Excellent Condition; GC=Good Condition Seacam Silver Canon EOS-5D MkII Underwater Housing with dual S6 strobe sync ports, TLC/ULCS arm bases left & right, EC $2,500 (current new price $5,103) Photo Included Here Seacam S180 Viewfinder, LN (never in water) $1,500 (current new price $2,076) Seacam S45 Viewfinder, EC $1,400 (current new price $1,863) Seacam Superdome, 9” Glass Dome Port, w/Neoprene Dome Cover, GC $1,450 (current new price $1,928) Have 2; one with additional hard cover. Seacam Wideport (for 15-20mm), EC $675 (current new price $891) Seacam Fisheye Macro Port (for 8-15mm), EC $1,050 (current new price $1,347) Seacam P105 Macroport, EC $265 (current new price $348) Seacam Wet Diopter Push-on Closeup Lens +2, LN $300 (current new price $ 399) Seacam PVL 20 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam PVL 25 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam PVL 30 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam PVL 35 Port Extension, EC $150 (current new price $251) Seacam PVL 55 Port Extension, GC $175 (current new price $275) Seacam Zoom Gear for Canon 8-15mm Lens, LN $125 (current new price $186) Seacam Zoom Gear for Canon 17-35mm Lens, EC $125 (current new price $186) Also fits 17-35mm & 17-40mm Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 50mm, LN $150 (current new price $235) Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 14mm, LN $150 (current new price $235) Seacam Focus Gear for Canon EF 15mm Fisheye Lens, LN $150 (current new price $235) Photos of system pieces, are at this link: http://chriscrumley.com/ForSale_Seacam130328 Contact Chris Crumley by email: chris@chriscrumley.com. Payment by Credit Card, Paypal, Money Order or Personal Check. Money Order or Personal Check must clear my bank before item shipment (can take 2-3weeks). Shipping (from Virginia Beach, VA, USA) at buyer’s expense (actual cost) and can be UPS Ground, FedEx Ground or USPS Priority Mail (all with tracking).
  15. FS - Apple Final Cut Pro X current Mac version (10.0.7). Completely legal license, will transfer serial number to buyer. New is $299; sell for $175. Pay by PayPal. Questions to: chris@chriscrumley.com.
  16. pmooney, That's really a strange name. I have an Aquatica A67 and had a raft of Nikon film 35mm Aquaticas, so I'm very comfortable with Aquatica and I am considering one for the MkIII. There is no free lunch, however. The S45 finder that swivels on the Seacam makes head-dry under/overs easier than most other finders. That, and I have a ton of Seacam parts and pieces that might have to be replaced with Aquatica similars. Glass domes, wide dome, macro, port extensions, gears, finders, etc. I use the MkIII and Hasselblad dry and my only MkII use is the housed one. I'll have to live with that for awhile.... until I bite the bullet for either the Aquatica or Seacam MkIII. Chris
  17. Buddy, I've had multiple single-image US$50k plus sales, so that kind of ad job is certainly doable. It sure isn't everyday stuff for most of us, but it certainly is believable. Chris
  18. Troy, I've been looking at the UK-Germany housing and have wondered if it works. Sounds like you're the man to answer the questions; I haven't been successful at getting much info from Germany. Are you primarily a macro shooter? Sounds like you're using or going to use the 28mm on the H3D for wide angle and not the 35mm. Have you done it yet? How are the edges and corners? What is the wide port? Acrylic/glass? 8 or 9 inches. Are there spacers for the port to get the entrance pupil distance right? Is heat buildup from the back any issue? I use an H2/39CFH for most of my advertising work (dry) and a Seacam MkII for wet work. I tried to get Hasselblad to fund a UK-Germany housing for the H2 in one of their on-going assistance programs, but they weren't in the mood. I'd have a Seacam MkIII housing if they weren't so damn expensive. The exchange rate is killing purchases that need to be based at least somewhat on ROI. Even so, I'll be very interested in anything you'll share. And, p-l-e-a-s-e be careful with your o-rings. Chris Crumley http://chriscrumley.com http://blog.chriscrumley.com http://blog.chriscrumley.com/BlogBook Etc.
  19. Eric, I wondered who got the first the first six of these housings in U.S.. Do you know who the other five are? Chris
  20. Eric, Looks like this won't download and I don't see "Request Download Link" at the top, only "Request Ticket." It seems to want to download, but doesn't. Tried both Safari and Firefox. Thanks for uploading. Any idea of how to make this work?
  21. Phil, ASMPUW made progress at developing some awareness, but many uw photographers were not willing to be part of a movement to propose realistic rates to dive editorial and stick to them. Any movement like that needed a committed core of senior photographers. Without them, it wouldn't work. After five years, I resigned the ASMPUW Co-Chair; Georgienne Bradley remained as Chair. ASMPUW is still a named Specialty Group in ASMP, but for now is largely dormant. My personal efforts were re-focused more toward advertising and stock photography. It was a good move for me. Chris Mike, I'm trying to get back to Yap this Fall. I refuse to be shut out by those little green sex maniacs at dusk. Your profile still says Yap. I thought you left there. Chris James, Wow, almost 9,000 posts. You've been busy here. Glad to see the Seacam is still working. Do you know who have the new MkIII Seacam housings? Chris
  22. I've been a member since 2005 or so. But, except for a check-in here and there, have been largely MIA. No real excuses except just busy working. I did a lot of dive and travel magazine editorial in the late 80s and 90s. There's a very long list in the Client section of my site (chriscrumley.com). At one point, starting with the inception of the magazine, had done more Scuba Diving covers than all but one other photographer. I still work with Scuba Diving some, but Stephen Frink does most of their work now. I like the stronger visuals Keith was talking about. In the 90s, I founded ASMP's Underwater Specialty Group and, with co-chair Georgienne Bradley, put a very long five years into trying to get underwater photographers to band together and charge real money for their photography. Seacams and MkII/MkIII Canons aren't cheap. Nor are medium format digital. So, I now work both dry and wet doing jobs that pay reasonable money (mostly stock and advertising). If you check my pictureBlog, you'll know the things I love are still quite wet (blog.chriscrumley.com). I'm working on a book about women and water. It includes mermaids. I'll do my best to contribute here in WetPixel; I'm not here freeloading. So here goes: Follow Brian Skerry's National Geo story Blog under the ice in Japan. Mauricio Handler (ex-BVI photographer) is with him assisting and Hiro Drogin (Mrs. Steve Drogin/San Diego) is interpreting. Brian told me today (tomorrow in Japan) that my 80F mermaids sounded pretty good to him after being in the cold there. http://ngm.typepad.com/on_assignment/2008/...s-ocean-wi.html Chris
  23. There is a list of my extra gear here if interested: http://www.chriscrumley.com/forsale/ Pay by PayPal Ship only to US address; sorry, too much paperwork otherwise.
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