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  1. he wrote me a private msg giving me details, price, and paypal email. the day after the item was sold to someone else. fortunately I didn't send him any money.
  2. I’m willing to pay for them if you sell me. Thanks actually I just need the 2 balls for quickrelease
  3. The same housing has ben sold for 500$ a few days ago in this forum. Thanks anyway for your proposal.
  4. Thanks for answering. How much are you willing to sell the housing only? I already have two camera bodies so I don’t need the camera. Thanks
  5. I have an Ikelite housing for canon 5dmkii with a crack. Since I’m based in europe the repairing cost would be very expensive (but above all... time consuming..) because the only option I have is to send it back to the US. I’m looking for an alternative if someone is willing to sell me an housing at a good price. Thanks
  6. How much you selling it?
  7. Looking forward for your reply. Thank you
  8. do you have 2x spheres to attach to quickrelease handle?
  9. I'm looking for 2x ikelite sphere quick release to attach to an ikelite tray, and 2x sphere mount to attach on ds51 strobes. Thanks
  10. Thank you very much for your explanation. It was very helpful. About the 35-70: nothing special to do with it, it's just the first lens I was trying. I have other lenses, some slightly wider, some other narrower. I just wanted to find a solution without spending loads of money for a compatible lens! Again thank you
  11. Is there anyway to make an old canon ef lens 35-70 (shooting on a 5d mark ii) work on an ikelite 6" dome port (5503.55)?? The lens is very old, and of course it's not on the official ikelite port chart. I'm not a physician and I can't understand why I cant focus at any distance (near or infinite) while with other cameras it seems that no matter what dome or lens I use I can get focus everytime. [the focus is perfect outside of the water, of course] I was thinking that maybe a diopter should contrast the dome "reverse-lens-effect". Will a diopter work or should I stick to a compatible lens for my dome? I don't want to believe that I have to stick to just 3 compatible lenses for that dome.. But maybe this is all just physics I don't understand and there is nothing I can do. Please enlight me.. Also: what would happen if I buy a flat port? Will every lens work with it? I have a few lenses and I would like to use them all. Thanks for your help
  12. I'm looking to buy a Sea&Sea YS-17 strobe. Thank you.
  13. Yes I'm interested! How much are you asking?
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