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Istiophorus

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  1. Selling my full Ikelite set for the EOS R (large 8" port AND compact 8" port). International shipping. Good condition. I'm selling because I'm not using the housing much these days and switched to an R5 as my main camera.

    Setup can be used with various fisheye/ultrawide (weitwinkel) to standard lenses such as Sigma 15mm f/2.8 DG Fisheye, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye, Canon EF 16-35mm f/4.0L IS, Canon RF 16mm 2.8, Canon RF 50mm 1.8...

    • Ikelite 71760 200DL Underwater Housing for Canon EOS R
    • Ikelite 46072 CT2K Canon TTL Kit
    • Ikelite 75340 DL 8 Inch Dome Port
    • Ikelite 75344 DL Compact 8 Inch Dome Port
    • Ikelite 75020 DL 20mm Port Extension
    • Ikelite 75042 DL 42mm Port Extension
    • Ikelite 5509.31 Universal Zoom Ring for Lenses 2,8 to 3-Inch Diameter (7/8″ Length)
    • Ikelite 5509.27 Universal DSLR-Zoom-Ring for Lenses of up to 2,8 Inch (71mm) Diameter
    • Ikelite 4077.68 Base with Dual Quick Release Handles for DL and FL Housings Product
    • Ikelite 4081.31 1-Inch-Ball Mount Mark II x2
    • Ikelite 4077.93 Shutter Extension
    • Ikelite 45152 Sync cable 2x Ikelite Strobe to Ikelite Housing
    • Ikelite 4044.1 DS51 TTL Strobe x2
    • 5 Arms and 7 clamps

    Full price: 3100€ (4000€ with EOS R body)

     

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  2. Selling a complete Ikelite set for the Sony Alpha 6300.

    • Ikelite 6910.63 Underwater housing for Sony a 6300 LIKE NEW
    • Ikelite 5516.80 Mirrorless port adapter for modular 8" dome LIKE NEW
    • Ikelite 5516.69 Mirrorless 2" lens extension NEW, never used
    • Ikelite 5510.45 dome port 8" USED

    Total: 1320€

     

     

    Shipping around the world

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  3. Selling a i-Divesite/i-Das/D&D UWL-04 Fisheye M52 with x0.42 dome in excellent condition.
    Comes with an i-Divesite Adapter M67 to M52

    This wet lens can be used with every underwater housing with a 52 or 67 mm filter thread. A focal length around 28 mm gives the best results.

     

    Shipping within Europe and to Great Britain.

     

    260€ (does not include shipping)


  4. Selling a new, never used Nauticam E mount 4.33" Fisheye Port (Nauticam #36125).

    For use with all Nauticam underwater housings for APS-C Sony E-Mount mirrorless cameras

    e.g.: NA-A6000, NA-A6300, NA-A6500

    Supported lenses included the Sony 16 mm 2.8 (with and without fisheye converter), Rokinon 8 mm and others.

     

    Shipping within Europe and to Great Britain.

     

    370€ (does not include shipping)


  5. To my knowledge, the S-2000 indeed only needs the magnets for manual flash power (mine are in, but I mostly use my Z-240's underwater).

    Have you tried to see what your pop-up flash is set to on your camera? I am not sure about the SONY menu, but on my Canon 7D, if you go into flash settings in the menu - flash control - Func settings internal flash. I have mine set to manual flash, 1/64th power. I did have issues when setting that to ETTL, but that was possibly because I have my strobes firing manually too. Added benefit of setting a low power to your pop-up flash, is that the recycle time is fast - which makes you able to fire more shots off..

     

    In my first dives, I used ETTL strobes UW, but I quickly found that manual control is mush easier, faster and better (no more over/under exposure), but just how you see it.. Also, you are able to set the right strobe down half a stop or even a stop, to create some interesting shadows and highlights...

    Thanks for your reply. I am indeed using manual settings now, but I have to say that it is a bit cumbersome when switching between targets of different size. e.g. you will need to get much closer to a small fish than to a sea turtle to fill the frame, and have to adjust accordingly

    You have to make sure that the camera is in fill flash mode (i.e.) TTL mode not in manual. In fill flash you definitely get the pre flash.

    Bill

    Thank you for your reply. I think I worded it wrongly. The camera does do a pre-flash. The strobes don't - they simply fire at full power as a response to the pre-flash and, since they don't cycle fast enough after a full discharge, don't fire at all for the actual photo.


  6. Hi,

    I am using a Sony A6000 in a Meikon Underwater Housing, with two Inon S-2000.

    Strangely enough, even though the Switches are at S-TTL setting, there is no pre-flash and the flashes seem to fire at the same power regardless of camera settings. This can result in under- or overexposed pictures.

    As far as I know, the magnets are only necessary for manual shooting.

    Anyone got any ideas? I am thankful for any and all help.

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