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Posted July 23, 2018
Posted July 1, 2018
I'm asking $3200 for the whole setup, including the camera body.
Posted June 30, 2018
I am a professional photographer selling my D800/Sea&Sea underwater setup because I recently upgraded to the D850. The setup has been amazing for the past few years and would be a great setup for anyone looking to shoot full frame underwater. It has never flooded and has been used mostly (>95% of the time) in Florida's freshwater springs. Although used, it has been treated with care. There are minor scratches on the dome that do not affect the photos. All you need to get underwater is a lens (I've used a Sigma 15mm fisheye or Nikon 16-35mm). Almost everything on my website was shot with this camera.
D800 camera body + battery
MDX800 housing with Nikonos bulkhead connector
Dome Port 240 (including neoprene cover & rear port cover)
2 40mm extension rings
16-35mm zoom gear
$3200 for everything.
Ships from Florida, USA.
Posted March 21, 2016
Edited March 21, 2016 by jmadler
The items in this listing have been sold. Thank you!
Posted March 9, 2016
Asking $1050 USD, which includes:
Nikon D3100 camera bodyCharger and 2 spare batteriesNikon 18-55mm lensIkelite D3100 housingIkelite 6” dome portIkelite 8” dome port with shade and cover 2.75-in lens extension (needed to use a 10mm fisheye with the 8” port)Ikelite to Inon strobe cordIkelite extra lens gears and control tipsManuals for camera and housing
Additional photos of all accessories available by request: firstname.lastname@example.org. Here are 2 photos of the housing with 8" dome and 6" dome: http://www.jenniferadlerphotography.com/gear-for-sale.
A few notes:
This is a used setup but is in 100% working condition, has no major scratches on either dome port, and has never flooded.
The safety catch on one of the latches has a broken spring, but I have a brand new latch and will send it along in the package. To be honest, I just never replaced it – I dove with it as is over the past year. The broken spring doesn’t interfere with the opening or closing of the housing (it’s just a redundancy to keep it from opening accidentally). You can either install the new latch or keep it as a backup. You will also have to get a tray (~$100 online).
I have used the housing in the ocean on only one short trip since I’ve owned it – the rest of the time, I've used it in the freshwater springs. To view sample images, see www.jenniferadlerphotography.com -- all photos on the site were taken with this setup. Please contact me at email@example.com for additional information. Ships from Florida, USA. Thanks! Jenny
Posted February 18, 2016
Thank you so much for letting me know! I actually found a housing -- I will update this topic to reflect that now... Thanks again, Jenny
Posted February 6, 2016
Hello -- I'm a Florida-based underwater photographer looking to buy a used housing for my Nikon D800. Thanks! Jenny
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