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About Gudge

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  • Birthday 12/24/1954

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    Baldivis, WA Australia

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon EOS 7D MkII
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam NA-7DMKII
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    2 x Retra Flash
  • Accessories
    Retra LSD

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  1. I use a Carbonarm Quick Release arm for the strobe I use with my LSD for a couple of years now and it works great. Lets me release/attach the strobe without having to play with the clamp. I have never had a problem with the strobe coming off of its own accord and use this arm on every dive whether I'm snooting or not: https://www.carbonarm.com/en/quick-release/48-arm-with-quick-release-24cm-0806808286321.html
  2. I used a glass scratch repair kit to remove hardwater and calcium stains from some of my ports and wet lenses. I even managed to remove a couple of scratches from my Zen 4" mini dome port with it. This is the kit: https://www.glasspolish.com.au/products/glass-scratch-repair-kit-diy-gpwiz Forget about using it with the pads in an electric drill, I just used the microfibre cloth and some elbow grease to do the job. As everyone else has said DON'T USE ON COATED SURFACES!
  3. That's correct, you would not need the Nauticam to Subal Type 3 converter and cost for dome port and extension ring would be US$355. Price includes hard and soft dome covers and rear cover. The extension ring is needed for use with the Tokina 10-17 fisheye. Standard airmail delivery by Auspost with tracking and 5 business day delivery (estimated) would be US$40 The dome is in good condition, no damage or scratches. If you plan on using the 10-17 on a Kenko 1.4X teleconverter you will need a 33mm extension ring. I have one available that you can have for the same price as the 15mm extension ring, US$50.
  4. Extension Ring and Nauticam Subal Adpater are sold: 18mm extension ring AUD$75 (USD$50) Nauticam to Subal Type 3 converter AUD$150 (USD$105) Dome port AUD$720 (USD$510) still available.
  5. Stix floats for UCLS arms work fine on 3/4 inch Locline:
  6. Gudge

    Inon Z240 Strobes

    Somewhere between AUD$50 (USD$35) and AUD$100 (USD$70), won't know for sure until it's packed and ready to go.
  7. Zen 4 inch optical glass mini dome port (Subal Type 3 mount) with Nauticam to Subal Type 3 mount converter and Subal 15mm extension ring for use with Tokina 10-17 fisheye lens. Price AUD$650 (USD$460) Happy to sell items separately: Dome port AUD$425 (USD$305) 15mm extension ring AUD$75 (USD$50) Nauticam to Subal Type 3 converter AUD$150 (USD$105) Items located in Perth, Western Australia. Buyer pays shipping. Attached Images
  8. Subal 8 inch optical glass dome port DP-FE2 (Subal Type 3 mount) with Nauticam to Subal Type 3 mount converter and Subal 18mm extension ring for use with Tokina 10-17 fisheye lens. Price AUD$945 (USD$665) Happy to sell items separately: Dome port AUD$720 (USD$510) 18mm extension ring AUD$75 (USD$50) Nauticam to Subal Type 3 converter AUD$150 (USD$105) Items located in Perth, Western Australia. Buyer pays shipping.
  9. Inon Z240 strobes, two available at AU$395 (USD$280) each. Price includes Inon ball adapter and white/yellow diffusers. Strobes were originally Type 2 but returned to Inon in Japan and upgraded to all new Type 4 internals when original flash tubes started to go black. Essentially, Type 2 outside and Type 4 inside (where it counts). Items located in Perth, Western Australia. Buyer pays shipping
  10. I previously posted this in this thread http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=55873&p=392858 about O ring grease compatability: This is an extract from a table for matching various oils and grease with materials. The Elastomer section shows that the PFPE grease is the only one that is compatible (indicated by green arrow pointing up) with all elastomers listed. If you want to use only one grease for your O rings PFPE greases such as Christolube, Tribolube, Krytox, etc are the way to go.
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