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Everything posted by Humu797

  1. Yes, you're right. But the takeaway is that the Nikkor 15mm is a damn good lens. I have one, along with the Nauticam adapter, but I have yet to put it to the test with mirrorless. Have you seen this: https://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2016/12/05/the-sony-a7r-underwater-with-the-iconic-nikonos-15mm-lens-by-scotty-graham/
  2. check out this lens comparison on this very forum from 2014. https://wetpixel.com/articles/test-optical-performance-of-nikonos-15mm-flat-and-dome-ports
  3. That range sounds like a good all-rounder, and focusing a bit closer is a plus.
  4. pending sale to pmk, who is located in Poland. Extra shipping charges will apply, and does not cover VAT or other fees for which pmk will be responsible.
  5. Hi. Not sure what you mean, but, yes, it’s the actual thing. PM if you have questions. Thanks.
  6. Want to buy either Olympus' own, or Ikelite, maybe Seafrogs. Thanks. Craig
  7. Hi Tim. Yeah, that Fulham. I'm sad we didn't take a point from your lot last week!
  8. Never sold. Withdrawn from sale. Thanks for your interest.
  9. For sale is a used CWS Recsea RX100mkIV housing in good working condition. Serviced last year and checked out for a handful of dives. This durable plastic housing is a less expensive version of Recsea's compact aluminum housing, and works beautifully. Allows for use of the front dial and all pertinent buttons. Dual o-rings. Takes M67 screw in accessories, including flip diopter holders, wide angle wet lenses, and close up diopters. Allows for firing fiber optic TTL strobes. There are small marks on the housing, and the lens port is pretty clean. This houses the Sony RX100 iv, v and va. I have the mark V, not included. New, this was $530. Selling for $250 including fees and shipping. Returns accepted 30 days, you pay insured shipping and returns. Thanks!
  10. Some observations: 1) I’ve used the A7c and A7iii. Continuous focusing/tracking is much better with the A7c. The A7c AF may compare to the older A7riv, but it’s quite a bit stickier and less prone to jumping off a subject compared to the A7iii. The higher end bodies, which I’ve not used, should be even better I expect. 2) The Sony 90 macro isn’t the fastest at autofocusing. But it is sharp and perfectly serviceable if you can get it to awaken from slumber. A contrasty subject and a staying within a set range is helpful. (I wish for a slower (f4-5.6), macro with 1.5x magnification and AF. What say you #Sony? Canon’s RF 100 f2.8 does 1.4x.) 3) My Nauticam flash trigger allows me to cheat the 1/160th flash sync, which I typically use at 1/200th. I try to get around the sync speed by dialing down ISO. — Craig Fujii (Waipahu, HI)
  11. A fine buyer in @markmv46 Sold a Nauticam viewfinder. Prompt pay, good communicator, nice person. All good!
  12. Selling a Sony mini flash trigger, (26302), used and functions as intended. This is a duplicate I don't need, from a purchase of multiple grouped items. These take common button batteries, last a helluva long time without worries of dead flash batteries. Manual exposures only. I used this with my A7c. $200 includes Paypal fees and shipping to points in the US via USPS. Returns on your dime.
  13. Selling a Nauticam 45 degree MIL viewfinder, used and functions perfectly. I used this with a Sony A7c. $725 includes fees and USPS shipping to US points. Returns on your dime.
  14. Now $700, all fees and shipping to points in the USA. 30 day money back guarantee. you pay shipping for returns.
  15. I’m interested in the port and zoom gear if you end up parting out the kit. And maybe a couple of other bits. I’ll keep watch.
  16. Free to a good home. Pay shipping from Waipahu, HI 96797
  17. I’ve procured a focusing light from rwb500. All good thanks folks.
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