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About bshelton12

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D300s
  • Camera Housing
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Ikelite DS-160
  1. Will do. To all watching this system, I will sell the housing by itself, originally $6,700+, for $4,000, including the two dovetail bases, no ports or other pieces. Once this sells, I'll provide prices for the remaining components.
  2. Thanks for your interest, but I'm not selling any of the components until at least the housing sells.
  3. The cost of the Seacam Nikon D300s system as described was $13,918, not including the Nikon D300s body and lenses. Will sell complete system as described, not including the Nikon D300s body and lenses, for $9,000 USD. I prefer to sell the entire system, but once the housing sells, I will sell everything remaining individually. Send PM if interested. Thanks, Barry
  4. LIKE NEW SEACAM underwater camera system for Nikon D300s DX DSLR, bought new from Stephen Frink in July 2011, only has ~30 dives on it, no floods or damage, everything is in pristine condition. Selling the entire system, consisting of: - SEACAM Silver housing with Nikonos 5 bulkheads, SEACAM Pro viewfinder, two dovetail strobe arm mounts - SEACAM Superdome 240mm ultra wide (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel)-angle port (ideal for Tokina 10-17mm fisheye), with anti-reflective coating and anti-reflex flocking - SEACAM Macro port 90mm (for 60mm Micro Nikkor f/2.8 lens) - SEACAM Macro port extension 20mm (used with 90mm macro port for 105mm Micro Nikkor f/2.8 lens) - SEACAM focus ring gears for Tokina 10-17mm and Nikkor 105mm lenses - Ikelite DS160 Digital Substrobes (2) with ball head mounts - Ikelite DS160 NiMH batteries (4) - Ikelite smart battery chargers (2) - Ikelite strobe cables (4) - Aquatica TLC strobe arms with 4" lower segment and two 8" segments (2) - Pelican IM2720 Storm hard case with dividers and utility organizer I bought the best system available, spent over $13,000 USD on the above components, not including the camera and lenses. As you can see from the photos, you would be hard pressed to find fault with anything here. Send me a PM if you're interested. Will sell Nikon D300s and Tokina 10-17mm lens also.
  5. Hi, I'm Barry, from Austin, Texas. Boy, does my story about underwater photography start on a sour note. Three years ago I fulfilled a decades-long dream and took the Nikon underwater photography course in Bonaire, taught by the wonderful Suzi Swygert. The course and dives were wonderful. Only one problem: I got bent at the tail end of 21 dives in 6 days. Spinal cord DCS, resulting in tingly feet. 6 1/2 hours in the chamber on Bonaire, and three extra days driving around the island. Undeterred, I bought a top-of-the-line Seacam housing for a Nikon D300S and headed off to Australia later that year for seven nights on the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. After 18 dives, my thumb got numb so that was the end of that. Fast forward to 2014. I've taken the Seacam around the world since 2011 and loved underwater photography, but I'm very sad to say that my diving days are numbered, and with them, naturally, my ability to shoot underwater. I heard about wetpixel as a place to possibly sell my housing and accessories, but from looking around, it seems like a fantastic site. Barry
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