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    Sony RX100
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  1. I'm interested in housing, ports & lens. Can you let me know if you're interested in that and if so, how much for such a package?
  2. Hi, would you ship to New Zealand?
  3. snow25

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    Could you ship to New Zealand and, if so, how much would that be (approximately)?
  4. I am interested in the housing
  5. Hi, I've done some searching but haven't really found the help I was hoping for. I've just started using a Sony A6000 in a meikon/seafrogs housing with a couple of Inon Z240's. I was hoping to get some advice on which of the following lenses (which I currently own) people would recommend for wide angle, fish portraits, and macro. All three lenses fit in the housing. I may upgrade housing and/or add more lenses in the future, but I'm about to head to Thailand for a cousin's wedding and have 2-3days of diving booked in so was looking for advice on best utilising what I currently have. The lenses are: Sony E 16-50/3.5-5.6 kit lens. I realise this lens is not optically brilliant but will 'do the job' in most cases. Sony E 35/1.8. Great prime lens on land; not sure of the best use for it underwater though. Sigma 19/2.8. Very good wide angle lens on land; good for wide angle underwater? Any help is much appreciated.
  6. Do you still have this housing for sale?
  7. Hi. First off I'm fairly new to using this forum so apologies if this is the wrong section to be posting this. I'm using an A6000 with a SeaFrogs/Meikon housing and a single DS125 strobe. I'm in the process of (hopefully) switching to a dual strobe setup with two inon Z240's and am trying to figure out the best way to drive/connect both strobes. I've found the Nauticam universal fiber optic cable (https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-Universal-Fiber-Optic-Cable-System) which I think would work for 1 strobe, but am unsure how to connect to two strobes. Is it as simple as getting two of these cables and connecting the strobes independently? At this stage I'm happy to stick with the SeaFrogs housing as it fits the lenses I'm using, but may look to upgrade to an ikelite or Fantasea housing at some point in the future. (Nauticam is out of my budget). Any thoughts would be much appreciated.
  8. Also interested, based in Auckland so could drive up to pick one up PM
  9. Hi all, I have a related question. Being fairly new to the underwater photography scene (I've only done 4 dives with my camera so far, no strobe), I'm now in the process of buying my first strobe. My question is; if I were to want a second strobe in the future, should/would that second strobe be the same as the first strobe? I ask because I'm buying an Ikelite ds125, which is out of production and so I'd have limited options for getting a 2nd in the future. I can't think of a specific reason of why it'd have to be the same strobe but thought I'd check on here. (I hope I'm not hijacking the OP's thread).
  10. I'm interested in one of the S-2000 strobes, but I'm in New Zealand. Would you ship out here?
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