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Humu797

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  1. Up for sale is a very good condition Nauticam N85 4" semi dome made for the Olympus 9-18mm. This versitile port is made for the 9-18mm but can take the 60 macro, 14-42mm IIr and even the 12-50 macro. Maybe it will take the new 12-45 pro? The semi dome restores the wide end of the 12mm but you lose close focusing. Acrylic in very good shape with some very faint marks but excellent for used acrylic. Comes with cover, caps, box. $275 plus shipping. Located in Hawaii.
  2. Up for sale is an excellent condition N85 dome port made for the Panasonic 8mm fisheye. The Olympus version can be used but requires an extension (not included). Comes with extra o-ring, cover, caps and box. Item located in Hawaii. $300 plus shipping.
  3. I’ve got a spare Nauticam ports: 4.33” and 4” for the 8mm Panasonic (Olympus needs 20mm extension), and 4” port for the 9-18 (and other lenses). Pristine condition $325 and $300 free shipping in the US.
  4. I have three of the 4-inch ports which is made for the 9-18, but in a pinch you can use the 60 macro and 14-42. I’ve even used the 12-50 with a Deepshots gear (close focusing sucks, FYI) - PM me if you have any interest. I’m keeping one.
  5. Reef aka Jay and I just completed a perfectly seamless sale of two M43 housings, two camera bodies, three ports and bits. I paid the PayPal fee and we split shipping.
  6. Thanks Jay. Lemme know if you break it up. I’ll be first in line. I can even take the handles and arms. Best. Craig
  7. Hi. I saw the post on Scuba Board, too. I’m interested in the port and gears for the 12-50 if you’re interested in breaking up the kit. best. Craig
  8. Hi folks. Looking for a used port and gears for the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-50mm. Model number 36162. Thanks, Craig
  9. Hi all, looking for the port and gear above. Had one, sold it cheap, and want it back. PM me. Thanks.
  10. I've had that happen a couple of times recently with my 1st gen EM-5. My last several dives, even just yesterday, I had no issues as I tried to be certain to seat the strobe well. My guess is that the less-than-robust electrical connectors in either the strobe or the shoe have been blocked by dust, much like mobiles that run into this problem. The spaces involved are tiny, however, and even a small bit of plastic is difficult to insert when trying to clean these contacts. I suppose the take-home message is to either 1) keep the flash on the camera at all times, or 2) use the dust cap. Fingers crossed this won't happen again!
  11. Humu797

    FS: SOLA 800

    I'm interested in one if you're game. Send me a PayPal request for $ plus shipping to humu9679@gmail.com Thanks! Craig Fujii Waipahu, HI
  12. I've seen M5 users posting their photos here. I just can't bite the bullet to buy a new Nauticam housing just yet. I would, I think, when I kill my m43 Olympus which haven't died yet. Craig
  13. This is probably a long shot but I’m looking for a replacement camera tray that screws into the base of an Olympus E-PL5 then slides into place inside the NA-EPL5 housing. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
  14. Hi Alan. If youre willing to part with one, Im in. PM sent.
  15. Curious as well. Ive been using the EOS M5 as my walk around camera because its so compact. The 11-22 might be a nice lens underwater as it focuses to less than six inches and its magnification is 0.3x Ive using an Olympus E-M5 in a Nauticam housing with the 9-18mm which is roughly equivalent.
  16. Send a request for money via PayPal to humu9679@gmail.com. Shipping to the US Waipahu, Hawaii 96797. Thanks!
  17. Hi Tim. Im on my iPhone so I dont see that. Ill try the desktop. Gracias.
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