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Davis Huber

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  1. Unfortunately no longer have the vacuum pump, as I use it for my current setup but that's an easy $40 purchase from any underwater photo store.
  2. Nope, it definitely has not flooded. It's in perfect condition. Would still love to dive with it myself except I changed cameras. Let me know if you have any other questions about the gear!
  3. Selling my Nauticam E-M5 Mark II housing with vacuum valve, wide angle port, macro port, zoom gear and tray & handles. Everything is in brand new condition. Only been used <10 times. Changed to a different camera so needing to get rid of this guy. All is in perfect working order. The Olympus E-M5 Mkii is a great mirrorless camera for someone looking to upgrade from a compact system or looking to downgrade from a big DSLR. The housing and ports are super small and compact so great to travel with. You can literally fit everything in a backpack. Plus, the em-5 mkii is now at a super affordable price. The ports that I'm selling will work with the Olympus 14-42mm, Olympus 9-18mm and Olympus 60mm lenses, which give you a really good range underwater for both wide angle and macro photography. Equipment being sold: Nauticam NA-EM5II Housing for Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II -Spare o-ring for na-em5ii housing- -User manual Nauticam M16 Vacuum Valve -Removal tool -User manual (for vacuum check and leak detection system) Nauticam Macro Port 65 for Olympus 60mm Macro -Spare o-ring for N85 port Nauticam 4" Wide Angle Port for Olympus 9-18mm and Olympus 14-42mm -Spare o-ring for N85 port Nauticam Zoom Gear for Olympus 14-42mm and 9-18mm Lens Ultralight TR-DM Tray with Ultralight TR-DUP tray extender/upgrade (2x) Ultralight AC-H Black Handle w/ ball mount Retail cost: $2715 ASKING PRICE: $1650 (40% off) If you are interested please DM me or email me at: dhuber95 (at) gmail (dot) com and I'll be sure to answer right away -Davis
  4. The Panasonic LX10 is arguably the best compact camera for underwater video. I would recommend the Nauticam housing for the LX10. Great image quality, 4K recording, picture profiles, you name it. The RX100 series is great too
  5. You should get a ThinkTank roller bag, they're awesome! I use the ThinkTank Airport Accelerator v3.0. Small enough to carry on but large enough to fit a full size housing, ports and accessories
  6. That's a good start. You can also shoot in OM-Log400 picture profile. Your footage won't look as nice straight out of camera but it will give you much more flexibility when color correcting in post. If you don't plan on doing much processing of your footage however, might be best to stick with the standard picture profile. As you mentioned however, I would definitely think about getting some lights. It's difficult to impossible to get nice looking footage underwater without artificial lighting unless you are sticking super close to the surface. Happy shooting!
  7. Hey guys, I'm a recently graduated student from USC where I studied Marine Biology and Film. Been doing underwater photography for the last couple years and work in a dive shop. Currently working on my instructor cert. Just upgraded to the Sony a7riii from my Olympus em5 markii so looking to sell my Nauticam Olympus housing & ports. Davis
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