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marktipple

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About marktipple

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    Hermit Crab

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    http://www.marktipple.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Adelaide, South Australia

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    Australia
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Canon C200 & Sony a7riii
  • Camera Housing
    Dave Kelly Custom
  • Accessories
    Lungs and flippers
  1. $8,000 USD, plus shipping $11,000 AUD inc. GST Located in Adelaide, South Australia. Kit is 21kilos / 46 pounds in weight. Selling my Nauticam N120 Epic LT Housing for Red Epic Dragon, Red Epic & Red Scarlet DSMC1 cameras. It’s been a fun ride but it’s time for a different path. As bomb proof and trusted as you can get. Bali Manta Rays was filmed with this kit - Housing gives full control over the camera and lens. Focus and zoom are controlled by the knobs at left fingertips, and custom keys can be set for aperture also on left fingertips. Right hand has start/stop record & power, and full control through the Switchblade menu systems. The Red Pro screen works fine, shows a few blemishes lower right of screen but doesn’t interfere with the picture. Canon 16-35mm f4L IS & Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 lenses can be included for additional cost. Kit includes : Nauticam N120 Epic LT Housing Nauticam 180mm N120 Optical Glass wide angle dome port (sku # 18809) Red Pro 5” touch monitor for Red Epic/Scarlet/Dragon DSMC Cameras 12” Wooden Camera Red EVF cable Red Switchblade controller for DSMC1 cameras Lens focus & zoom control for Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 (RC11635F4-Z & RTC1116-F) Lens focus & zoom control for Canon 16-35mm f4L IS (RTC1116-Z & RC1635F4-F) Nauticam N120 Extension Ring 40 with lock (21140) Nauticam N120 Extension Ring 30 with lock (21130) Nauticam N120 Extension Ring 20 with lock (21120) Pelican 1610 case with foam dividers and lid organiser $11,000 inc. GST, plus shipping $8,000 USD, plus shipping 21kgs / 46 pounds Contact mark@marktipple.com More photos here - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/by005y4z6...2_piPnafa?dl=0
  2. Super cool, what was the depth of the shot at 4:04?
  3. Amazing, was the light easier to work with having all that white ice / reflectors around?
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