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  1. Ikelite DS200. $200

    Ikelite DS200.  $200

    Ikelite DS125 with extra battery. $125. SOLD

    Ikelite EV Controller x3. $75/each

    Ikelite 3 foot extension cord x2 NEW. $50/each. 1 available

    Ikelite gently used sync cord, Ikelite to Nikonas bulkhead. x3 $25/each


  2. Upgraded to D500 and selling D7000. $2000 for package which includes:

     

    Aquatica housing with Backscatter vacuum sealer, leak detector, and 2 Nikonos bulkheads

    2 - D7000 camera bodies. One is essentially new, the other used for underwater photography

    Aquatica Macro port with cover

    Nikon 60mm lens

    Xit404 diopter single mount kit for macro port

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  3. Oh! so Kathryn is going D7000 too :D, well I just know something good will come out of this camera, your cave images are just outstanding already, I sure wanna see some stuff once you get it under with it.

     

    Whale sharks in Dec

    Ice diving in Feb

    Cave diving in April

     

    This year will be busy with wide angle fun!

     

    www.dreamsofblue.com


  4. Great picture Nigel.

     

    This thread has some info on others problems:

    http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=42223

     

    Although it should always be noted these are the exceptions, rather than the norm. Forums tend not to get posts from those not having problems. Not that it will comfort you, but one of my group here in Indonesia has the Aquatica D7000 and it is going great. At least the latest from the World Cup should be cheering you up.

     

    Alex

     

     

    I love my new Aquatica D7000! Thanks to Backscatter and Aquatica for getting me set up for a trip of a lifetime in Indonesia. It has been a seamless transition from the using the D200. I really like the lighter weight of the housing, and love the option for fiber optic connections for my strobes, 4 less o-rings to clean/lube :D

     

    Thanks,

    Kathryn

     

    dreamsofblue.com


  5. I have a brand new Nikon D7000 and Aquatica housing. I am having difficutly getting my strobes to fire manually. I followed the Aquatica instructions to be sure the switches in the housing bulkhead are in the off position. I set the camera flash to manual. What am I missing here? This new camera has a few more options than my previous D200, so I am wondering if there are more menu options for flash that will allow camera/housing to communicate.

     

    Thanks,

    Kathryn

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