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BrTalon

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About BrTalon

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    https://www.brian-tong.com/

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    Male

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    United States
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon 5D Mk IV, Nikon D810, Sony RX100 IV
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea&Sea YS-D2
  1. bump. Nauticam Wet Wide Lens 1 (WWL-1) Retails for $1150, selling for $900 Nauticam M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses WWL­1/CMC: Retails for $80, selling for $50. Sony RX100IV Retails for $898, selling for $700 include two extra batteries, carrying case, additional charger, and a mini tripod. Nauticam NA-RX100IV housing: Retails for $995, plus $220 Nauticam Vacuum Check and Leak Detection System (na-25611), $150 tray& left handle, $40 right handle, 2 strobe mounting ball ($16 each) So total retails for $1437, now selling for $1000. If buying all together (WWL-1, camera and housing), the bundle price is $2400
  2. For Sale: Sony RX100IV with Nauticam Housing, plus Nauticam Wet Wide Lens 1 (WWL-1) and M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter and assorted accessories. Condition: camera and housing were used in four dive trips (all liveaboards) and are in excellent (like new) condition. WWL-1 lens was used in two trips and is in excellent condition as well. Nauticam Wet Wide Lens 1 (WWL-1) Retails for $1150, selling for $978 Nauticam M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses WWL­1/CMC: rapid, simple, easy, and secure, attachment of the Nauticam WWL-1, CMC, or SMC wet lenses with Nauticam Bayonet mount. Retails for $80, selling for $65. Sony RX100IV Retails for $898, selling for $750 include two extra batteries, carrying case, additional charger, and a mini tripod. Nauticam NA-RX100IV housing: Retails for $995, plus $220 Nauticam Vacuum Check and Leak Detection System (na-25611), $150 tray& left handle, $40 right handle, 2 strobe mounting ball ($16 each) So total retails for $1437, now selling for $1100. If buying all together (WWL-1, camera and housing), the bundle price is $2600 If you are interested, please contact TYFBRIAN at gmail dot com. Please no phone calls. I am happy to accommodate reasonable offers. I can accept Venmo, Paypal, and personal checks. Personal checks will have to clear my bank before the product is shipped; which can take up to three weeks. Shipping will be at buyer's expense (at actual cost) and will be UPS Ground, Fedex Ground, or USPS Priority Mail (all of which give tracking of packages). If we conclude a deal, I'll give you a quote for shipping via one of the above methods. Thanks! Brian
  3. I have a Sony RX-100IV camera, it's Nauticam housing, and a Nauticam WWL-1 lens I would like to sell.., where would be a good place for me to do it?
  4. Hi guys, thank you all for the advise and suggestions. I cannot find any visible corrosions in the connector pin. Anyway I can be sure that it is the connector pin causing trouble?
  5. Hi guys, I am new to the forum so please let me know if I should post this on some other sections. I took my brand new Nauticam NA-RX100IV housing on my diving trip here at Cabo. On my first day of diving, I did not have the vacuum alarm turned on. The first dive was fine, but during the second dive, I noticed some condensation on the LCD of my camera inside the housing. I ended the dive, and found there maybe about 2 teaspoons of water inside. Luckily the camera is fine, it just got a little wet on the outside (a few drops of water), but there was a little bit more in the housing. After the dive, I tried get the water out using a paper towel, as well as hair dryer. After I blew some warm air into the housing, I put a bag of small desiccants in to it and closed it for a few hours. Soon after I found that the moisture alarm system stopped working all together. Initially I thought it's the battery ran out or was shorted, so I bought some new ones, but it turned out it was the leak detection system just doesn't work anymore. In an attempt to save the housing, I contacted Backscatter and got suggestion of using denatured alcohol to clean the housing. So I bought a bottle of 200ml 70% alcohol to clean it out. Luckily it brought the moisture/vacuum alarm system back online. However, I've have the housing went through 20 minutes of hair dryer blow using cool air, as well as putting two desiccant bags inside the closed and vacuumed housing for about 40 hours (occasionally opened to check if the moisture is out). After being through all this, the moisture alarm still detects moisture inside even I cannot find any clue of any. The alarm will turn on once I flipped the switch on, the LED will go through a few blue blinks and then turn to red blink with the alarm beeping. Is there something I am missing? Or is there something else I should do to get the moisture out...
  6. Hello Everyone, I am Brian based in US. Recently purchased a Nauticam NA-RX100IV housing and YS-D2 strobes setup.
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