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Minkie

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About Minkie

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    United Kingdom
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Panasonic
  • Camera Housing
    Nauticam

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  1. Update: Reducing to £1100 shipped for the week. If there’s no further interest I will list as separate items :)
  2. Hello, happy to chat about splitting the lot or taking a reasonable offer as well. Just ask!
  3. Location: United Kingdom (Buckinghamshire) Price: £1250 for everything pictured. This is a superb setup. Selling because genuinely I don’t have the skills to utilise it or the desire to learn. I’ve downgraded to point and shoot! Nonetheless I took some very nice pictures with this camera completely by accident. In perfect working order. Never flooded. Port lens replaced (travel scratched) and pressure tested at Nauticam UK earlier this year. Lenses are not scratched or damaged now! There is wear to the rubber handles. I looked into replacing them but the cost was prohibitive and it’s purely cosmetic. In the box: NA-GX8 housing, tray and handles. Easy trigger fitted. Panasonic LUMIX GX8 camera. 2 Panasonic batteries and 1 Expro battery + charger. Lens caps and strap. Olympus Digital 12-50 lens. 36162 Macro Port and Zoom gear set for Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ. Vacuum valve and pump Post to UK address: £20 insured or collect/drop off if possible. Overseas: To be negotiated. Would send with a fully tracked and insured service. Payment by bank transfer or PayPal goods and services. Happy to try and answer any questions and post more pictures if requested. I have included 3 pics from my last trip to show that it takes a decent picture, even in the hands of an amateur! Many thanks!
  4. I’ve plumped for the TG6 Not taken it underwater yet but the macro is fantastic. I love it! Think I’ve made a good decision here. Time will tell though.. thank you for the advice guys!
  5. Oh my thank you for all the tips so quickly! More reading up needed before I pull the trigger because it’s a financial and emotional investment, but it’s having a place to start, and now I do Thank you guys. I’ve definitely come to the right place!
  6. I can’t get my head around all the different settings and it became a source of anxiety when I couldn’t find my way. That totally defeats the point of it all. To enjoy the experience. So, I know it might be looked down upon but what advice can you guys give for a really good, not too costly simple set up that is capable of capturing great images (macro especially) if the planets align just right, the wind is blowing in the right direction and the fish come out to play?
  7. Hello everyone, I’m based in the UK and I have been diving for a while. I much prefer warm waters though, the cold doesn’t agree with me! A friend suggested this forum might be a good place to start to expand on my limited knowledge of photography. I want to enjoy the experience of being in water, searching out critters to photo, so I’m not keen on the super technical side of things. Diving puts me in a happy place, but I’d like nice pic to remember it by :) There must be other people like me! Karen
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