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jester

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About jester

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  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus SP350
  • Camera Housing
    iKELITE
  1. Strobe head, tray (fits into std tripod socket) & 24 cm ball arm. All in good condition (head has been refurbed & has not been wet since i had it returned). Fires by fibre optic cable (inc) Not TTL. Uses AA batteries Excellent strobe (prior to refurb was used with Fuji F710 & housing) with a nice even spread. Genuine reason for sale, cost £250 new. £150.00 ono + postage. Can email photo if required (not figured out how to post one on here yet), please feel free to PM me with details.
  2. In A1 condition, spare O ring (unused). Housing has done approx 35 dives with no problems. www.fujifilm.com WP-FXF10 Housing for FinePix F10 & F11 Depth Rating: 40m Controls for all camera functions. Standard 1/4" tripod socket for lighting trays. Internal flash can be used underwater. Internal flash can be used to trigger slave flash system. Materials: Clear polycarbonate case. Fluorite reinforced glass lens-port. Dimensions /mm: 135w, 102h, 92d. Weight: 325g housing only. WP-FXF10 Underwater housing £ 129.99 to buy new. http://www.camerasunderwater.co.uk/d_still...ji/wpfx701.html[/url] Have lost camera & replaced with a different model hence sale. £65.00 ono + postage. UK only
  3. Have just replaced a Fuji F710 & housing (due to loss of camera, housing for sale) with the Olympus SP350 & Ikelite housing. Had been using an Epoque ES-150 DS strobe fired by fibre optic & was looking to add another to the set up. (Strobe/Tray & 24cm Arm also now for sale, replacement head not been wet yet) My dilema is now the choice of strobe (or possibly 2) to go with the new set up, have a single arm (std) tray at the mo but can change to a double very easily. Have been thinking of using the Ikelite DS100 twinned with a DS50 (think that 2 x DS100's will be too much & may overlight the subject), but not sure how this will work on wide angle stuff, any suggestions? Opted for the point & shoot option as can't justify the cost of a DSLR & asociated kit at the mo, also feel that the lens issue is a problem ie: with my luck i get set up for macro & will see nothing but big stuff Your input will be greatly appreciated. Cheers.
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