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  1. ...this is Michael from Munich Germany :-)

    What do you write about yourself...

    I got into photography through my enthusiasm for diving:
    The colors of the underwater pictures of a New Zealand UW photographer "flashed" me so much that I bought a UW case and a Canon G10 in 2013....
    From then on came other cameras, manual settings and way too much equipment....

    I get most of my enjoyment from nature shots but I dabble in all areas.

    I keep image processing very "basic" and the only manipulations are cropping and removing floating parts / dust on the sensor.
    All pictures of animals are taken in the wild.

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  2. Set consisting of a housing serviced and leak-tested by a dealer in September 2019 with two handles and two ports (wide angle/fisheye or 30mm macro and kit lens 16-50mm). Never water ingress. Since maintenance hardly any dives due to corona. On the last dive in October 2020 in the lake, everything was tight and top. On the domeport, the glass was renewed and it is thus considered as new, since it has not been used since September 2019. The flatport has been little used and has no scratches and few signs of use. Offered all for 1800 euros negotiable.

    Inspection gladly possible in Munich central station.
    The set can be tested gladly in the lake in the surrounding area of Munich.

    Everything together costs new 2952 euros.
    I offer everything for fair 1800 Euros negotiable.
    Please only serious proposals!
    Please understand that I can not answer bargain requests, because I prefer to keep the set as a back-up and it is too good than to sell it now without need ...

    Shipping in Europe is no problem.

    Friends are soon in Mexico and shipping to the USA should be easy from Mexico.

    If desired, an A6300 from Sony can be sold along for an additional charge. Sold because of successive switch to full-frame.

    Details:

    Sony A6300 underwater housing from Nauticam
    NA-A6300
    Original price:
    1.550,00 €

    Nauticam Macro Port 45 with focus/zoom #36128 for Sony E-Mount SEL 30mm/f3.5 and Sony E-Mount SEL-P1650 16-50mm /f3.5-5.6 OSS

    The Nauticam macro port with focus/zoom function fits all Nauticam underwater housings of Sony E-mount cameras

    The Nauticam Macro Port 45 is suitable for the following lenses on a Nauticam underwater housing:
    Sony SEL-30M35 30mm / f3.5 Macro
    Sony SEL-P1650 16-50mm / f3.5-5.6 OSS
    New price: 494 Euros.

    Focus ring for Sony E-Mount 30mm f/3.5 Macro (N85)
    SE30-F
    Nauticam
    180,00 €

    Nauticam E mount 4.33" Fisheye Port #36125 for Sony 16mm / 20mm pancake with and without fisheye / wide angle converter.

    The Nauticam 4.33" Dome Port is suitable for the following lenses on a Nauticam underwater housing:
    The Nauticam 4.33" Dome Port is made specifically for the Nauticam underwater housings.
    The 4.33" Dome Port is made of saltwater resistant aluminum, the dome glass is made of acrylic glass.


    Sony Pancake E-16mm F2.8
    resp.

    Focal length (mm):
    12 mm (with SEL16F28 and VCL-ECU2 or VCL-ECU1) / 16 mm (with SEL20F28 and VCL-ECU2 or VCL-ECU1).
    Equivalent 35 mm focal length (APS-C)
    18 mm (with SEL16F28) / 24 mm (with SEL20F28)
    Angle of view (APS-C)
    103° (with SEL16F28) / 88° (with SEL20F28)

    resp.

    Focal length (mm):
    10 mm (with SEL16F28 and VCL-ECF2 or VCL-ECF1)/13 mm (with SEL20F28 and VCL-ECF2 or VCL-ECF1).
    Equivalent 35 mm focal length (APS-C)
    15 mm (with SEL16F28)/20 mm (with SEL20F28)
    Angle of view (APS-C)
    180° (with SEL16F28)/133° (with SEL20F28)

    New price: 522,00 EUR

    NA-71206 - Easytray II with two handles and convenient triggering via the pointing device

    New price in set: 199 Euros.

    Clog Shoe Flex:

    New price: 9 Euros.

     

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  3. No experience however the Z240 has around 95 degrees in water and is slightly more powerful the D-200 is 110 degrees so you are likely to get a hotspot on the side of the Z240 in the centre whilst the other strobe will illuminate the corner better

     

    The D2000 and Z240 in the example above have the same construction just differ in power so that will work fine

     

    I mix a D-2000 and a Z-240. I just turn the Z-240 down a half stop compared to the D-2000

    Thank you very much for your comments! I bought the Z-240 and we will see what happens in three weeks egypt :-) Do you think a domeport for the Z-240 will spread the light better for preventing hotspots?


  4. Hello,

     

    For sale (everything on that table and the photos above):

     

    Canon 5D mark II , 3 batteries + external charger + a lot of Memory-Cards;
    Ikelite housing;

    Canon Wide Angle Lens 17-40 mm;

    Domeport;

    100 mm Macro Port;

    A lot of fitting accessories

    Excellent conditions.

    Options available (ask for price). I would be happy to sell everything together (but if you don´t want camera and lens it is not a problem).

     

    Please feel free to ask for more photos or detail photos.

     

    I am shipping worldwide.

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  5. Hello, does anyone have experience in building a own snoot with water tubes etc.? I tried to build one and also attached a laser pointer to see where to aim. But I have a problem to connect the plastic tubes with my strobes... Underwater it was falling off very often. Any tip or idea would be helpful! Thanks a lot :-)

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