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Ontogeny

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  1. Both items are still available and sitting in my pelican case. Willing to ship now.
  2. I love this lens after recently using it. As odd as it seems, it pairs wonderfully with a Kenko 1.4x teleconverter - Nauticam even has ports/port extenders for the combo. It results in fisheye on the wide end and almost rectilinear on the long end.
  3. The Aquatica flat mini macro port (#18430) port works for: Canon EF 100mm & 60mm f/2.8 Lenses Nikon AF Micro 60mm & 105mm f/2.8 Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 Macro G
  4. I have an Aquatica flat mini macro port (#18430) + 28.5mm port extension ring (#48453) which I bought for a 7D and 100mm f/2.8L IS... used once to test it. Like new. I ended up with a new camera and switched to Nauticam, so sold my two aquatica housing. This is the last bit I have for sale. They were $250 and $420 new, around $735 with tax. Make offer. Also, not sure if it's okay to post this here, but I have a 400mm f/2.8L non-IS for sale. It's in great condition and the DoF is incredible, plus it's f/2.8 for shooting in bad light - but it's huge and I rarely use it since I have a 500 and 100-400L. It has a big lens hood which has seen better days, but functionally has no issues. Asking $3200 and you can come try it out locally in the SF Bay Area. No shipping.
  5. Nauticam Viewfinder Mounting Ring for Aquatica is sold.
  6. All I have left is the Aquatica Macro (18430) + extender (48453) for 100mm f/2.8L IS and Nauticam Viewfinder Mounting Ring for Aquatica Housing. Sorry about the delay, somehow I didn't notice this response. At this point I am willing to ship.
  7. Almost everything is sold. Only this remains: $600 Aquatica Macro (18430) + extender (48453) for 100mm f/2.8L IS... used once Also realized I have no need for my "Nauticam Viewfinder Mounting Ring for Aquatica Housing" - $80 shipped.
  8. Update: Megadome - sold Sigma 15mm fisheye - sold 5D mark II housing - sold Pending sale (in September, I just prefer to do business in person): 7D + accessories 7D housing 10-17mm with gear 6" dome + port extension ring YS-250 strobes + dual sync cord Still available: $600 Aquatica Macro (18430) + extender (48453) for 100mm f/2.8L IS... used once $450 Canon 15mm f/2.8 fisheye Thanks!
  9. 5D Mark II and megadome still for sale. The person interested decided to go with a GoPro instead because it was simpler.
  10. Hi uwphoto, I would. Sending you a PM.
  11. Pending sale on 5D, megadome, 15mm fisheye.
  12. Sale pending on: $1100 Aquatica A7D Housing + BackScatter vacuum system + extra o-rings + moisture alarm $575 Canon 7D + CF cards + extra batteries + grip... also a $65 RSS plate I bought last month, didn't expect to end up with a 1DX $475 - Tokina 10-17mm + focus gear $150 Port Extension ring (48453) $950 2x Sea & Sea YS-250 ($450 ea) + dual sync cord $500 Aquatica 6" dome + shade + neoprene cover (I just bought this, haven't even used it...) Going to take him out in Monterey Bay in a month or two and see if he digs it. Had a lot of interest in the YS-250 strobes, folks get dibs in order received. Thanks!
  13. Hi there, I have some with a Sea and Sea dual sync cord. Where are you located?
  14. Should also mention that the strobes have 5 batteries + two chargers.
  15. Forgot to mention a couple things - the shutter on the 7D seems to leak salt super slowly. Slowly as in, after a few years there's a tiny bit of white buildup next to it. BackScatter said to soak it in hot water and it should clear right up, or they can clean it for $20. It doesn't affect holding a vacuum or any other part of operations. The other note was the Canon 15mm fisheye has a small dent in the metal lens hood. It doesn't affect anything, but it's a cosmetic blemish that you should be aware of.
  16. I'm switching over to a 1DX mark II, so my current Aquatica 7D and 5D II stuff has to go. I keep trying to reason with myself to keep them as a backup... like I could go out with both a fisheye and a macro... but I can't really justify it. I have a very strong preference to sell in person in the SF Bay Area or SoCal. I'd much prefer to not ship and deal with wire transfers. If you buy from me locally I'll take you out and show you how to use the gear, too. That way you know it works and learn the tips and tricks. 7D stuff: $1100 Aquatica A7D Housing + BackScatter vacuum system + extra o-rings + moisture alarm $575 Canon 7D + CF cards + extra batteries + grip... also a $65 RSS plate I bought last month, didn't expect to end up with a 1DX $475 - Tokina 10-17mm + focus gear $150 Port Extension ring (48453) 5D: $1100 Aquatica 5D II housing $450 Canon 15mm f/2.8 fisheye $400 Sigma 15mm f/2.8 fisheye These can work on either housing: $1000 Aquatica 9.25" megadome clean, no scratches, dome included $600 Aquatica Macro (18430) + extender (48453) for 100mm f/2.8L IS... used once $500 Aquatica 6" dome + shade + neoprene cover (I just bought this, haven't even used it...) $950 2x Sea & Sea YS-250 ($450 ea) + dual sync cord I am probably forgetting something and will check again tomorrow. If you want samples, I've posted quite a few at instagram.com/clayton_fischer I have more photos available, happy to email if interested!
  17. Taken with Aquatica A7D Housing, Tokina 10-17mm, 9.25" megadome, dual Sola 3800+ and YS-250 strobes. Settings were 10mm, ISO 100, 1/100th sec at 5.6.
  18. Taken with Aquatica A7D, Tokina 10-17mm, dual YS-250 strobes and dual Sola 3800+.
  19. Hi there! Interested in these. I am using Sea & Sea YS-250s at the moment, but am moving to a new housing shortly and will be switching to fiber optic. Why are you selling?
  20. My first dive out with the camera, my latches on an Aquatica had popped open in rough surf. Must have gotten caught on kelp, my weight belt or something. The vacuum system kept my gear dry. It has happened a few more times (I am a freediver, so admittedly am a bit more energetic than scuba divers). It's also worth it for peace of mind - I seal up my camera before I leave, and check again at the dive site. If the vacuum is maintained, then I am much more confident. Without that check the vacuum has been maintained, it's always nerve-wracking to dunk the camera in the water. I am looking into a second housing now, and absolutely will invest in a vacuum system for it.
  21. Hi there, do you have photos of the housing? Any idea how much shipping would cost to California? Thanks!
  22. Picked up an Aquatica housing last year to take out free diving. Still getting used to it, and haven't started using my strobes yet, but it's been fun so far. Here's a sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens) off Lover's Point yesterday. They disappeared for a while, but with cold upwelling they've come back in surprising numbers. They do sting, but are usually easy to avoid (though there are times they fill up the entire water column!).
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