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poseidonsenforcer

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon T3i
  • Camera Housing
    Sea and Sea
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    YS D1
  • Accessories
    Sola 1200 Focus Light
  1. $2,000 OBO Well maintained. This is for the Canon T3i camera. Ports can work with other housings. Please ask if you have any questions. Also could throw in a T3i camera body for an additional $150 Housing with Grip Stay- $950 Sea&Sea RDX 600D - List $1,350 Sea&Sea Grip Stay L II for RDX Series - List $319 (Total List $1,669) Ports- $800 Sea&Sea - DX Macro Port 52 List $399 Sea&Sea Compact Dome Port List $499 Sea&Sea RDX Port Base - L List $169 Sea&Sea RDX Port Base - S List $139 (Total List $1,206) Zoom Gear- $200 Sea&Sea Zoom Gear for Canon 17 - 40 List $195 Sea&Sea Zoom Gear for Canon EF 16-35 F2.8L (For Tokina 10-17) List $195 (List Total $390) Misc- $200 Sea&Sea Dome cover for Compact Dome List $53 Sea&Sea Fiber Optic Cables (x2) List $85(each) Sea&Sea O-ring set for DX Macro Port List $15 Sea&Sea O-ring set for RDX Housing List $15 Sea&Sea Silicone - Free (List Total- $253) (List total $3,518)
  2. Bump! $2,750 or best offer! Happy Holidays!
  3. Bump, still for sale for $3,000 obo.
  4. Still have the complete package! I use the camera's flash to trigger the strobes via the fiber optic cables.
  5. Canon T3i Package- The only thing missing is strobes and arms if you need them! This is a great system if you are looking to get into underwater DSLR photography. I have taken this down to 120ft and it has never flooded. Always soaked gear after each dive. This system is also very travel friendly as it is smaller in size than a full frame housing and breaks down easily. I have 100% positive feedback on Ebay. Would like to sell as a whole package, if possible. Camera- $250 Canon EOS Rebel T3i 600D 1 Canon LP-E8 Battery 1 Power2000 LP-E8 Battery Battery Charger Camera Manual Housing- $850 Sea&Sea RDX 600D - List $1,350 Sea&Sea Grip Stay L II for RDX Series - List $319 Total List $1,669 Lenses- All for $1150 Canon 17-40 List $800 Canon 60 mm EFS Macro 2.8 List $399 Canon 50mm 1.8 II List $125 Tokina 10-17 List $529 Total List$1,853 Ports- $800 Sea&Sea - DX Macro Port 52 List $399 Sea&Sea Compact Dome Port List $499 Sea&Sea RDX Port Base - L List $169 Sea&Sea RDX Port Base - S List $139 Total List $1,206 Zoom Gear- $200 Sea&Sea Zoom Gear for Canon 17 - 40 List $195 Sea&Sea Zoom Gear for Canon EF 16-35 F2.8L (For Tokina 10-17) List $195 List Total $390 Misc- $300 Sea&Sea Dome cover for Compact Dome List $53 Sea&Sea Fiber Optic Cables (x2) List $85(each) Sea&Sea O-ring set for DX Macro Port List $15 Sea&Sea O-ring set for RDX Housing List $15 Light & Motion Sola Photo 1200 List $399 Canon Photo bag - Free Sea&Sea Silicone - Free Sea&Sea O-ring tools - Free List Total- $652 Total Package Asking Price- $3,550 (OBO) List Total $6,020
  6. About to go on a trip and snorkel with humpback whales! I am wondering if anyone has done this and if they had any lens recommendations. Will be shooting a 5d iv and for lenses - bringing a Canon 17-40 and Tokina 10-17. I assume this will cover everything, but don't know how close they allow you to get. Thanks!
  7. Yes using strobes, Manual camera settings- strobes on. No live view, BUT... I just realized I had my "AF Mode" set to "Live Mode" which seems like the wrong setting? I just changed it to "AF Mode = Quick" Maybe that was it?! Also what AF Mode is best for underwater? One Shot, AI Focus, or AI Servo?
  8. Hello, First, my setup is- T3i in a Sea & Sea housing, using 2 ys-d1 strobes (connected with fiber optic cable) and a sola 1200 focus light (with red light). I shoot with a Tokina 10-17 lens or a Canon EF 17-40 I've switched my T3i over to be single point focus when autofocusing and things are typically fine, but sometimes i've noticed that the camera won't snap a photo even when I am getting a red "in focus" dot in the viewfinder. It seems like the camera is busy or something... which has resulted in many missed critter shots! Am I doing something wrong, or is this normal? Does this happen on the fancier 7d/5d? Is it because I am sometimes using a full frame lens? Thanks!
  9. Thanks for the Battery info. I must of missed that in the manual!! Maybe this should have gone into the newb forum. Yeah, after doing some research I am going to try to clean this myself rather than spend more money on it. Seems like I should also replace the cap. I also found this helpful video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uoiyydkSqo Thanks Everyone!
  10. They were just standard alkaline batteries. Like these- ' I hadn't seen any literature on the recommended batteries for the YS-D1 strobes yet. Who was recommending the eneloops?
  11. --Which battery cells/brand were you using? I was using brand new Rayovac brand batteries. --Did the battery cap pop when you opened it? Not that I noticed, it still seemed sealed to me. --Could have been a cell failure/leak or a tiny leak eg a few drops, just enough to short the cells. Right, I guess I was wondering if a battery leak would look different than a flood, but it all probably looks like a brown goo mess! --Had all the battery cells leaked or did it just look like one? Understand if you didn't get a good look as they are hazardous in that state. I honestly didn't get a great look since I tried to dispose of the batteries as quickly as possible.
  12. Awesome! Nice Dynamic arc. I really loved the Nurse shark and clown fish sections!
  13. Hello, I just got my YS-D1 strobes back from Sea and Sea (I was having the firmware updated). This was my first dive with them since the upgrade. Before that, they were fine. Before the dive I made sure the Oring looked good and was free of any debris, slathered on some silicone lube, put new batteries in and locked the flash. I then did 2 dives (the first was slightly deep @ 112') and didn't notice any strange behavior with the flash. I got back to my hotel room and opened up the flash to take the batteries out and noticed this- So I can't quite tell what happened here. Either my flash flooded or a battery exploded, or ??? I didn't notice any seawater inside the flash, which makes me think the battery exploded. I was diving in the caribbean where the ocean temp was 84-86 degrees, so maybe things got too hot? Has anyone ever seen anything like this? Brown smelly goo in your flash? I'm wondering what to do next and what's the safest way to clean this up. I am also wondering if i should contact Sea & Sea to see if there's something they can do. Thanks! -Pete
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