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jonsaenz

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About jonsaenz

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    Canon 5d mark iii
  1. Bump $1000 for housing, two ports 60mm lens plus extras.
  2. Camera, with accessories and two lenses sold. I still ahve the following left asking $1200 for all. Ikelite T5i Housing Underwater TTL Housing for Canon EOS 650D, 700D, Rebel T4i, Rebel T5i, Kiss X6i, Kiss X7i DSLR Cameras # 6871.65 Universal Zoom Set for Lenses 2.8 to 3" Diameter # 5509.28 Universal Zoom Set for Lenses up to 2.8" Diameter # 5509.27 *Base with Dual Handles # 4077.68 Vacuum System for 3/8” Control Gland Complete Kit with Pump # 47013 Ports (Four Lock (FL) port system) Ikelite macro SLR port 3.5” # 5502 Ikelite 6" Dome Port # 5503.50 Lenses Canon EF‑S Macro 60mm F/2.8
  3. I have here a complete, ready to dive package of an ikelite housing with a canon T5i rebel and multiple lenses and ports. This setup has served me well over the years, and I have travelled far and wide with it, but it is time to upgrade to a camera and housing that can get me below 200'. I would prefer to sell this as a package for someone looking to get into underwater photography, and buyer pays for shipping and insurance. I am asking $2000 Ikelite T5i Housing Underwater TTL Housing for Canon EOS 650D, 700D, Rebel T4i, Rebel T5i, Kiss X6i, Kiss X7i DSLR Cameras # 6871.65 Universal Zoom Set for Lenses 2.8 to 3" Diameter # 5509.28 Universal Zoom Set for Lenses up to 2.8" Diameter # 5509.27 *Base with Dual Handles # 4077.68 Vacuum System for 3/8” Control Gland Complete Kit with Pump # 47013 Ports (Four Lock (FL) port system) Ikelite macro SLR port 3.5” # 5502 Ikelite 6" Dome Port # 5503.50 Camera/Lenses Canon EF‑S Macro 60mm F/2.8 Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Canon EF-S 55-250mm F4-5.6 IS STM Canon T5i 2 batteries 1 charger 1 Strap *not pictured, I have an extra base with handles if you want it.
  4. +1 for Lujac You can also look at oceanquest Or if you want to go a little further north, you can hit Nanaimo Dive Outfitters on Vancouver Island
  5. Other than the already good advice on learning how f/stop, iso, and shutter speed effects shots and the obvious of learning composition. The best tip I can give for a beginning underwater photographer is to just remember that shooting in/through water you get a lot more detritus in the shots, so try to minimize the amount of water between your lens and your subject.
  6. Sounds like everyone is pretty much on the same page, but another +1 for lightroom classic.
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