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  1. As an FYI, the new A1 housing works perfectly with both the A7S III and the AI (you just need a different tray for the A7S III). So if I was buying a housing for the A7S III I would splurge and get the A1 housing and adapter tray; it's slightly more $$$ but should have a better resale value and allow you to "upgrade" camera's without the need for a new housing (especially as this is a camera size I expect sony to stick to for the next few iterations)
  2. I'de lean towards mirrorless based solely on this (especially due to the ability to use EF glass with new RF camera's, but not the other way around) https://petapixel.com/2021/04/09/canon-is-additionally-discontinuing-a-large-number-of-ef-lenses-report/
  3. I purchased this directly from Nauticam for $1086.00 on 12/29/2020. It appears to be in like new condition (I posted a bunch of photos in the link below). I only used this on a handful of dives while on vacation and I absolutely fell in LOVE with this lens (I really babied this lens, as I even kept the hard cover on the lens while underwater and not in use). That said, I recently sold my camera and I no longer have any use for this amazing piece of kit. I'll sell for $900 with free FedEx ground shipping anywhere in the USA (so you'll save about $200 vs new and I can ship next day). I prefer Venmo as a form of payment. https://photos.app.goo.gl/bTSiP1A8tdFR7cbb6
  4. I am finally (sadly) parting with my trusty RX100V + Nauticam Housing. This is one of the best underwater camera's for the money. The focal length of the lens is perfect for scuba and works great with water optics such as the WWL-1 or WWL-C and CMC-1 or CMC-2. It's compact and takes amazing photos. Check out this instagram (https://www.instagram.com/seariously.travel/) for pictures taken with this camera (Virtually all the underwater photo's have been taken with this camera). It's definitely in used condition but everything works great and there are no scratches on the lens or either the camera or the lens part of the housing (you will notice some scratches on the window for the screen and on the camera's screen, but I've never noticed it when underwater). Below is a list of parts that I am including in the sale: Nauticam NA-RX100V Housing with Leak Detection - Paid $1,086.00 Nauticam Flexitray with Left & Right Handles and Nauticam Flexitray Mounting Balls -Paid $238.00 Nauticam LCD Magnifier + attachment rails - Paid $223.00 Nauticam M67 Port to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses - Paid $92.00 Nauticam Bayonet Mount - Single Lens Holder for Arms with Custom 3d printed adapter to zip tie to Nauticam carbon float arm - Paid $78.00 Sony RX100V Camera - Paid $1050.00 (Now you can get for around $400-$500). 3x Sony NP-BX1/M8 Lithium-Ion X Type Battery - Paid $100.00 All this can be yours for only $1,100.00 (obo) will take Paypal, Venmo, etc... Pictures can be viewed here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/sVFwP5ufoQHSDebn9
  5. These might work: https://keldanlights.com/products/filters/filters-for-cameras/filters-for-cameras.html
  6. I could really use the 70mm ones as well, as I just received warranty replacements! I really appreciate your time and help if you can make this happen! They have been so nice to use.
  7. Hello, I am selling my 2x Fix Neo Fisheye flashlights (+3 High Capacity Batteries), these little guys are incredibly powerful, and can be adjusted from 1% to 100% brightness (which is so much nicer than most lights that only provide 2-3 brightness levels - At 1% it provides plenty of light for getting setup at night, and uses virtually no battery). There is also an LCD screen that tells you how much battery life you have remaining, and the 2000 DX SWR has a Flood, Spot, Red (and Red / White light mode). These have the extended life batteries last a very long time and these guys are pretty much the tesla of dive lights. Comes with everything you see here (plus extra o-rings and battery I forgot to include in the picture). I paid over $2,000 for this setup and I am asking $725 obo.
  8. Hello, I have deciding to sell my YS-D2 stobes. They are in very good condition and have been only been used on two dive trips. They have been well cared for and I have the original boxes, manuals, accessories, etc. Plus two CM Custom WA dome diffusors (valued at $150.00 + s/h), and neoprene protectors. $825 obo.
  9. We don't use a red filter... It does ok color correction underwater when you get close to an object, no so great in the blue. The color is obviously best in the shallows or when a light is close enough to make a difference. Overall, it's a good camera for capturing memories, but obviously falls short if you are looking for pro-grade quality. For the price, we like it a lot more than the GoPro.
  10. Here's another little video from our trip to Bonaire filmed 100% on the TG-Tracker:
  11. Just had a set printed on a Form 2 printer last night in their tough resin... Looks like they came out pretty good! Thanks for doing this, I'll let you know how it works....
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