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Humu797

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  1. Threadfin hawkfish (Cirrhitychthys aprinus)?
  2. <<Do I need some sort of 67mm to wwl-1 adapter in order to attach the wwl-1 to the Macro port 29? The WWL-1 comes with 67mm threads so it screws right on. You can add the Nauty bayonet for easier handling. I had the WWL-1, the Oly 14-42 ez and short port. I didnt think that pancake lens was that sharp. Acceptable but not brilliant. I loved the Panny 15mm - great lens! Im looking for a lighter weight alternative to the heavy WWL-1 to use with the Canon G7x ii. Any suggestions? Anyone try the Kraken KRL-02 with 52mm threads?
  3. Im of no help but excellent photos of interesting fish! Im of no help but excellent photos of interesting fish!
  4. Excellent explanation. The use of the word balance in this case seems more to be an UK-English than an American-English expression. Still valid in both places, but used less.
  5. My interest is the housing primarily, yes. But Id take all the little bits including the battery.
  6. Id be interested in everything but the camera, strobe, Bigeye lens and Inon lens if you decide to break it up.
  7. Got a fisheye port. Still looking for N85 port 65. I have a 4-inch semi dome port for the Sony 18-55 or Olympus 9-18 if youre interested in trading.
  8. I have the N85 4-inch semi-dome for the Oly 9-18 or Sony 18-55. I have two copies, and willing to trade one. Im looking for a 4.33 acrylic fisheye port for the Pany 8mm, and/or the N85 port 65 for the Oly 60 macro. Thanks. Craig Waipahu, Hawaii 96797
  9. Hi Tom. Just picked up a Panasonic 8mm. Any interest in selling the port alone? Regards, Craig
  10. Hi. I'm interested in the kit. Where are you located? I'm in Waipahu, Hawaii. 96797
  11. Suggestion: can we create a simple running list of names of problem buyer/sellers rather than having to scroll through several pages? Regards, Craig Fujii Waipahu, HI USA
  12. Up for sale are a Sony Rx100 ii body and Nauticam housing. Housing in very good shape, and camera works fine. Both are not perfect cosmetically. The screen of the camera has wear marks but this does not affect performance. I bought this used as a backup system, but I found I wasn't using it at all! Included is a single well-working battery, SD card, the USB charger, a never-ready camera case. USD 700 plus shipping and insurance. You're also responsible for an in-country taxes. Regards, Craig in Waipahu, HI humuscuba@gmail.com
  13. I hear great things about Sony. Good luck, and remember to get get close, shoot full-frame and don't kill the reef under your fins. ;-) I hear great things about Sony. Good luck, and remember to get get close, shoot full-frame and don't kill the reef under your fins. ;-)
  14. I agree. That said, if your interest is macro, and you want a compact body, I think Canon's G series are pretty good right out of the box.
  15. I have a Sony RX100 ii, Nauticam housing available. Very good shape. It's thought the mark I and II were preferable for macro. USD 700 plus shipping and insurance. The Olympus would be better for macro and ultimately more flexible, but the trade off is the size of the housing.
  16. Price dropped to USD 325. Calculated shipping from Waipahu, Hawaii 96797.
  17. Price dropped USD350. Calculated shipping.
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