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About Aleksandar

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  • Birthday 03/07/1978

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    Rijeka, Croatia

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus OMD-EM5, 12-50mm. 60mm macro, Panasonic 8mm FE.
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam NA-EM5
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Inon D2000

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  1. Still available, this time with photos. For interested buyer, all items I am selling come at a better price. Accepting paypal (buyer responsible for fees or send as a friend) & revolut payments.
  2. Selling my used and abused NA-EM5 housing for Olympus EM5 Mk1 camera. Signs of usage but in perfect working order, never flooded. Comes with 3rd party aluminium handles/grip. Asking 600 EUR, available in EU and shipping limited to EU. See my other items for sale, if you are interested in all items (NA-EM5, Zen DP100, Panasonic 8mm) I can arrange an attractive price.
  3. Hi all, due to upgrade I'm selling my wide angle dome & lens: -Panasonic Lumix G Fisheye 8 mm F3.5 (m4/3), perfect working order, scratch on outside part of shade petal (see photo), glass in perfect condition; -Zen DP100-S3 (Subal type 3 mount), minor signs of usage on shade, glass unscratched; -PA-N85-S3 Port Adaptor for Nauticam Mirrorless Housings and Subal /3 Ports (allows usage of above Zen dome on Nauticam N85 housings). Asking 700 Eur for all three items. Individual items available, message me for pricing. All available within EU, shipping on buyers expense - not willing to send worldwide. See photos below for condition of items.
  4. Zen DP100 for sale, in excellent condition, glass unscratched, Subal type 3 mount. Shipping only within EU, based in Croatia. Asking 400 eur for the dome + shipping. PA-N85-S3 adapter to mount this dome (or any other Subal type 3 port) on Nauticam mirorless housings 150 eur + shipping. Both items 500 eur + shipping.
  5. I use the panasonic 8mm + zen dp100. Nice for travel, packs small and perfect for wrecks. Few examples:
  6. Hi all, I am interested to buy one Z240 type 4 in perfect working condition, unflooded. Or, if you have one strobe but would like to have two of lesser power, I am proposing exchange of my 2x Inon D2000 (older models, but fully functional and never flooded) for 1 Z240. I am located in Croatia, so looking to buy only from EU sellers due to tax/customs fees for import from elsewhere. Payment with paypal unless you have a better option. Feel free to message me with offers should you have one for sale.
  7. It seems 4 Jumbo floats and only one Inon D2000 are almost positive (including a Retra Snoot), tested it today.
  8. Definely, transport above water is a nice little exercise. Thanks for the info, even with the dome the current setup is too negative...I will check out my options for the M float arms...
  9. I have just returned from one week of diving in Maldives (12 dives in total) and my right shoulder feels the weight of this setup (I made a lot of shots using one hand only), so it seems I must make it a bit more towards neutral. Currently, I have the following: NA-EM5 with either macro 65 port or zen 100 dome 2x Inon D2000 4x 8" plan aluminium arms + 4 stix jumbo floats Aluminium tray and handles The thing anyway sinks like a brick, did not have the time to test it prior and it was my first trip with 2 strobes instead of only one. To put it simple, what is your experience with similar setups, should I try with additional 4 jumbo floats (2 segments fit each arm perfectly) or I need to look for something bigger? Or I should just hit the gym? Appreciate your comments and 2 cents.
  10. 12 is definetly not wide enough (I have the 12-50), and 8mm is too wide, for sure. Advantage of the fisheye is that everything fits in the frame. Disadvantage at the same time is that too much fits in the frame and you do need to come close in order to fill the frame with one object/animal. Another advantage is the size for travelling, 8mm + 3,5 or 4" dome is very portable. However, everything comes with a price/performance or value tag, my setup includes only 60mm macro and 8mm, and if I need less than 8mm, I pick up the 12-50 which came as a kit lens with my EM5 and use it with the flat port for 60mm macro as a cheap workaround (3 lenses, two ports). In ideal life, 7-14 would be an option, but then again, I do not make money with this hobby, so for me it makes no sense spending that much on top. If I had a chance to try the 7-14 it might change my mind, but luckily where I live, mirroless systems underwater are so rare (even for topside, 7-14 is very egzotic to find), that it will not happen. Which is maybe good.
  11. To complicate things further, for Panasonic or Olympus 8mm you can also look at Zen 100 dome (4"), they are glass domes and can be found used for price of the acrylic ones if you care to spend some time. Considering there were no big appraisals for 9-18, I would say that the Panasonic setup is a winner if you look at the parameters you mentioned as well (price, size, quality). However, yes, you have to come close to fill the frame - I use it.
  12. I know this may sound silly, but have you tried ebay to look for the part or 3D printing service?
  13. I use the same macro port (65) for both, 12-50 & 60mm lens. It works just fine. Can you explain a bit more about this feathering? Not sure I understand.
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