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  1. I found the remote control and also the stock 50mm lens that I will also include in this bundle.
  2. Thanks Tim, I figured it out in the end.
  3. For sale: D7000 with an Aquatica AD7000 housing that have both been recently serviced within the last 12 months. Also, an Aquatica acrylic dome port, a Nikon 60mm macro lens, a Nikon 18mm-200mm everyday lens (I don't use that underwater) and the Nikon remote. The dome port has some slight scratches on it, (it is acrylic) but you can't see anything in the pictures and they don't affect the quality... just wanted to be fully transparent about that. The reason for the sale is that I've now upgraded to a Nikon D810 as I wanted a full frame camera. To fully complete the rig, you'll need strobes, strobe arms, fiber optic strobe cables, I would recommend a fisheye lens (I like the Tonika 10mm-177mm) https://smile.amazon.com/Tokina-AF-10-17mm-3-5-4-5-AT-X/dp/B000K7UCME/ref=sr_1_sc_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1535924102&sr=1-1-spell&keywords=tonika+fisheve+for+nikon and possibly an Aquatica stright port for macro, but the dome works fine too. This lot was over $7,000 when I bought it all new. I'm looking for around $2,000, but will discuss any sensible offer. I added a few shots taken with this rig when I had a pair of Sea & Sea YS-01, which somebody bought from me already.
  4. I looked at upgrading to the D850, but decided to go with the D810 instead. I had a D7000 and wanted a full frame camera. For me, I like the integrated flash and using the normal fiber optic strobe cables and as the D850 doesn't have a built in flash, it just seemed like more hassle and even more expense. I use an Aquatica housing, which I love because it's small and not made of plastic; quite heavy though. Just my 2cts.
  5. I have one and love it, but I've used it mostly on my D7000 , which is a DX format camera. The D800 is full frame and as the Tinika fisheye is a DX lens, you're going to get some vignetting. It is nevertheless a great lens and very popular. For the D800, you might want to look at the Nikon AF-S FISHEYE NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED 8-15mm. Check it out here: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B071LTFPDQ/?coliid=I35F7DGSS9B7JP&colid=2GOD3HEZOD72F&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  6. I just registered and I can't post anything or ask questions. I've been hunting and pecking around and I just found tht I can type a question here. Can anybody help?
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