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  1. Several Items have been Sold. please see list below. Everything is 10, used on one trip Nauticam NA-D4s Camera Housing for Nikon D4S, with Dual Nikonos Bulkheads, w/ Backscatter AirLock Vacuum System with Manual Valve, Nauticam lanyard & shackles 2,200 (original box included) Nauticam 180 degree Viewfinder for Underwater Housings 700 SOLD Zen 230mm Superdome DP-230-NA Optically Coated Glass Dome for Nauticam 1,300 SOLD (original box included) Nauticam Extension Ring 20 180 SOLD Nauticam Macro Port 87 for Nikon 105mm Macro Lens 250 SOLD Nauticam N105VR-F Focus Gear for Nikon 105 Macro Lens 100 SOLD Sea & Sea YS-250 PRO Underwater Strobe, battery, charger, & both power cords 700 Sea & Sea YS-250 PRO Underwater Strobe, battery, charger, & both power cords 700 Ultralight double ball arms (short) (4) with Floats 100 Ultralight Clamps (6) 100 Sea & Sea 5-pin dual sync cord 120 Light & Motion SOLA 1200 Video Light 300 Pelican 1620 Waterproof Hard Case w/ Wheels 200 Kenko DGX N-AF 1.4X TelePlus Pro 300 converter lens 50 SOLD Located in Maryland
  2. Three items have been Sold--see list below: Everything is 10, used on one trip Nauticam NA-D4s Camera Housing for Nikon D4S, with Dual Nikonos Bulkheads, w/ Backscatter AirLock Vacuum System with Manual Valve, Nauticam lanyard & shackles 2,200 (original box included) Nauticam 180 degree Viewfinder for Underwater Housings 700 SOLD Zen 230mm Superdome DP-230-NA Optically Coated Glass Dome for Nauticam 1,300 (original box included) Nauticam Extension Ring 20 180 Nauticam Macro Port 87 for Nikon 105mm Macro Lens 250 Nauticam N105VR-F Focus Gear for Nikon 105 Macro Lens 100 SOLD Sea & Sea YS-250 PRO Underwater Strobe, battery, charger, & both power cords 700 Sea & Sea YS-250 PRO Underwater Strobe, battery, charger, & both power cords 700 Ultralight double ball arms (short) (4) with Floats 100 Ultralight Clamps (6) 100 Sea & Sea 5-pin dual sync cord 120 Light & Motion SOLA 1200 Video Light 300 Pelican 1620 Waterproof Hard Case w/ Wheels 200 Kenko DGX N-AF 1.4X TelePlus Pro 300 converter lens 50 SOLD OR $6,000 for the Whole Lot Zen Dome is perfect In the process of posting pictures Located in Maryland
  3. The Viewfinder - Sale Pending Focus Gear - Sale Pending and Teleconverter - Sale Pending
  4. Everything is 10, used on one trip Nauticam NA-D4s Camera Housing for Nikon D4S, with Dual Nikonos Bulkheads, w/ Backscatter AirLock Vacuum System with Manual Valve, Nauticam lanyard & shackles 2,200 (original box included) Nauticam 180 degree Viewfinder for Underwater Housings 700 Zen 230mm Superdome DP-230-NA Optically Coated Glass Dome for Nauticam 1,300 (original box included) Nauticam Extension Ring 20 180 Nauticam Macro Port 87 for Nikon 105mm Macro Lens 250 Nauticam N105VR-F Focus Gear for Nikon 105 Macro Lens 100 Sea & Sea YS-250 PRO Underwater Strobe, battery, charger, & both power cords 700 Sea & Sea YS-250 PRO Underwater Strobe, battery, charger, & both power cords 700 Ultralight double ball arms (short) (4) with Floats 100 Ultralight Clamps (6) 100 Sea & Sea 5-pin dual sync cord 120 Light & Motion SOLA 1200 Video Light 300 Pelican 1620 Waterproof Hard Case w/ Wheels 200 Kenko DGX N-AF 1.4X TelePlus Pro 300 converter lens 50 OR $6,000 for the Whole Lot Zen Dome is perfect In the process of posting pictures Located in Maryland
  5. Hello Great site, and obviously a great community. I've enjoyed and learned from many articles/posts. I love diving, and photography. I'm learning to be a better diver, and just suck at photography--but I really love it, and dream that I could be good at it someday. Who knows. But I'll keep at it! Anyway, for the comedic break of the day...I tried an experiment, to definitively conclude whether I actually sucked at Photography, and specifically underwater photography, or whether it was "just my equipment". (See, you're picking up on the comedy now...) I mean, inside, I knew the real answer, but I'm also unwilling to admit defeat. I had a really nice moderate to high end, (but mirrorless) underwater setup, but I just wasn't getting the images that I wanted. You know, sharp focus, the incredible colors, the lighting, the beautiful images like you see in all the diving magazines. (more laughter...) So I decided it Might be the equipment. Yes, that's what it was. So I would give myself No excuse. I would read every equipment spec from my favorite dive photographers, and every tip, every book, every article on technique, and settings. And having limited time, I thought perhaps, I could "cheat" the usual evolutionary order of things, and jump ahead in image awesomeness. (Humor is important...) So I got, what I determined (for me), to be the penultimate system. Nowhere to hide now! And I set up an awesome trip to take it on--honeymoon in Fiji. Had a blast. But, surprisingly, (as some of you may have guessed) my images still sucked? This was disturbing, because now, there was little (read no) question it was me, not my equipment! (Omg) A normal person, might be deterred at this point, but thankfully I don't suffer from that flavor of common sense, and am determined that Someday, I Will get those shots. It is however clear to me, now, that it's going to be about experience and time in the water, and mentoring, (shocking I know). I still love it. And what I'm trying to say, is hats off to all of you, as I continue to gain a deeper appreciation for the talent and abilities you have developed. And I hope to learn from this unique community. I'm going back to my nice, (but slightly less awesome) system, and concentrate on the fundamentals--(with a side benefit being I can take my camera out with me on my kayak without sinking it. I've met some great people diving & shooting, and hope we get a chance to meet someday on a beautiful drift dive or reef far away! Cheers
  6. Hello Great site, and obviously a great community. I've enjoyed and learned from many articles/posts. I love diving, and photography. I'm learning to be a better diver, and just suck at photography--but I really love it, and dream that I could be good at it someday. Who knows. But I'll keep at it! Anyway, for the comedic break of the day...I tried an experiment, to definitively conclude whether I actually sucked at Photography, and specifically underwater photography, or whether it was "just my equipment". (See, you're picking up on the comedy now...) I mean, inside, I knew the real answer, but I'm also unwilling to admit defeat I had a really nice moderate to high end, (but mirrorless) underwater setup, but I just wasn't getting the images that I wanted. You know, the sharp focus, the incredible colors, the lighting, the beautiful images like you see in all the diving magazines. (more laughter...) So I decided it Might be the equipment. Yes, that what it was. So I would give myself No excuse. I would read every equipment spec from my favorite dive photographers, and every tip, every book, every article on technique, and settings. And having limited time, I thought perhaps, I could "cheat" the usual evolutionary order of things, and jump ahead in image awesomeness. (Humor is important...) So I got, what I determined (for me), to be the penultimate system. Nowhere to hide now! And I set up an awesome trip to take it on--honeymoon in Fiji. Had a blast. But, surprisingly, (as some of you may have guessed) my images still sucked? This was disturbing, because now, there was little (read no) question it was me, not my equipment! (Omg) A normal person, might be deterred at this point, but thankfuly I don't suffer from that flavor of common sense, and am determined that Someday, I Will get those shots. It is however clear to me, now, that it's going to be about experience and time in the water, and mentoring, (shocking I know). I still love it. And what I'm trying to say, is hats off to all of you, as I continue to gain a deeper appreciation for the talent and abilities you have developed. And I hope to learn from this unique community. I'm going back to my nice, (but slightly less awesome) system, and concentrate on the fundamentals--(with a side benefit being I can take my camera ought with me on my kayak without sinking it . I've met some great people diving & shooting, and hope we get a chance to meet someday on a beautiful drift dive or reef far away! Cheers
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