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JBriggs

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  1. Everything is sold and on it's way to a new home!
  2. I have the housing, glass dome port w/shade and neoprene cover, flat port, zoom ring for tokina 10-17, focus gear for 60mm macro, base for the dome, standard pickup view finder, spare o-rings and paperwork. I have offered it for $850 shipped to JYap but not received a response so I guess its up for you or anyone else wanting the deal.
  3. Housing, dome and flat port, dome extension and neoprene dome cover are still available.
  4. The Tokina 10-17 and the 100 macro are sold and on there way to a new home.
  5. Camera, housing, ports, lenses are left. Make some offers! $1000 w/shipping! I also have a Canon 7D w battery grip $800 Canon Macro Lens EF 100mm 1:2.8 usm $300 Canon Zoom Lens EF 100-400 1:4.5-5.6 L IS $1,100 Canon T1i with battery grip * this will fitand function in the housing above. $200 All items are in great shape!
  6. Camera, housing, ports, lenses are left. Make some offers! $1200 w/shipping! I also have a Canon 7D w battery grip Canon Macro Lens EF 100mm 1:2.8 usm Canon Zoom Lens EF 100-400 1:4.5-5.6 L IS Canon T1i with battery grip * this will fitand function in the housing above. I'm researching prices on these additional items but feel free to make an offer.
  7. Second strobe is sold. Camera, housing, ports, lenses are left. Make some offers!
  8. FOR SALE Complete digital 35mm underwater camera setup. Housing made by SeaTool (now RecSea) for the Canon XSI (450D) and T1i (500D). Housing is equipped with a pickup viewfinder. Canon XSI (450D) camera kit with 18-55 and 55-250 canon lens. Box, manual and accessories included. Canon EFS 60mm Macro USM lens Tokina 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 AT-x 107 DX Fisheye lens Both are outstanding for macro and wide angle underwater photography. SeaTool M-mount fisheye GLASS dome port. SeaTool 170mm dome port shade and dome cover. SeaTool zoom gear for Tokina 10-17 lens. SeaTool port base for fisheye dome port. SeaTool flat port GLASS for 18-55 and 60mm macro lens. SeaTool focus gear for 60mm macro. Inon D2000 Type II underwater strobes. 1 each. $350 with shipping Inon difusser, cable, mount, extra o-ring, lube etc. Spare o-rings for housing, strobe, ports. Inon and SeaTool lube. All manuals and most if not all original boxes. NEVER FLOODED! Always insured through H20 Insurance when diving. Original owner. All items purchased through Reef Photo and/or Inon America. Original purchase documents available for view. D2000 $350 w/shipping Housing, camera, lenses, ports etc $1500 w/shipping
  9. Arms, clamps, focus light, tray, handle and one strobe are sold.
  10. $2750 obo. I will also accept parting this kit out. I haven't researched individual prices too much so provide some info with offers. Please remind me if you had asked about individual parts for sale.
  11. I'm wanting to sell everything together. Having just listed it I'll let it run a few weeks. Check back as I may start selling parts. Thanks!
  12. FOR SALE Complete digital 35mm underwater camera setup. Housing made by SeaTool (now RecSea) for the Canon XSI (450D) and T1i (500D). Housing is equipped with a pickup viewfinder. Canon XSI (450D) camera kit with 18-55 and 55-250 canon lens. Box, manual and accessories included. Canon EFS 60mm Macro USM lens Tokina 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 AT-x 107 DX Fisheye lens Both are outstanding for macro and wide angle underwater photography. SeaTool M-mount fisheye GLASS dome port. SeaTool 170mm dome port shade and dome cover. SeaTool zoom gear for Tokina 10-17 lens. SeaTool port base for fisheye dome port. SeaTool flat port GLASS for 18-55 and 60mm macro lens. SeaTool focus gear for 60mm macro. Inon D2000 Type II underwater strobes. 2 each. Inon difussers, cables, mounts, extra o-rings, lube etc. ULCS digital tray, padded handle w/ball. 2 Inon 5 inch arms with floats. 2 Inon 3 inch arms with floats. 6 Inon locking clamps. ULCS locking clamp and ball for focus light. BigBlue FF-1x5w LED focus light with Flash-off. 170 lumens. Spare o-rings for housing, strobes, ports. Inon optical strobe wires for each strobe plus a new spare. Inon and SeaTool lube. All manuals and most if not all original boxes. NEVER FLOODED! Always insured through H20 Insurance when diving. Original owner. All items purchased through Reef Photo and/or Inon America. Original purchase documents available for view. $3500 obo Images can be found here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffbriggs/sets/72157644797295361/
  13. Once one of the fine shops out there confirms whether the 550 will fit in the 450/500 housings I would consider it a great option. Just a thought. Jeff
  14. 4th Generation floats work great as well. I have Inon arms. My 5" arms have a float and 1/4 while my 7" arms have 2 and 3/4 for a total of 8. This configuration makes my set-up just negative. It's very comfortable UW. 4th Gen floats are a great option if you don't want to purchase new arms. I use this for both WA and macro. Jeff
  15. All my diving lately has been shore diving so I always have mine on during entry/exit. A recent shore dive on the wild side in Bonaire tossed me around pretty good and all thought about was that I was glad I had the cover on and turned the camera port towards my body. I do rinse the cover/dome after a exit to make sure there is no sand sediment caught between them. Jeff
  16. I've had Inon D2000's for several years and never had a problem (still using original o-rings) closing them up. I do grease the o-ring and inside of the cap lip. If you are having this problem often I would suspect the o-ring may be out of tolerance. Have you tried your spare o-ring? Another thing you can try is a different cap if you have a buddy with Inon strobes or have a shop close. The o-ring would be my first suspect. Jeff
  17. You are really down to personal preference with the cameras you mentioned. Imagining Resource has a review of the 500D (T1i) and actually compares it to the D90 and the 50D. It held it's own well. In the right hands I doubt you could tell the difference between the images each would produce underwater. For Value For your Money I would throw out there to go with a 450D, Ikelite housing and another Ike strobe. You could even go with a Sea & Sea RDX housing for the same price as the Ike. Down the road if you found, for whatever reason, that the 450D didn't meet your needs you can put a 500D in the same housing. Your friends ascertion that you'd want to upgrade holds true for any make/model you buy. It is an illness! Just some thoughts. Jeff
  18. Just wondering why you have discounted the 500D (T1i)? Recently returned from a 3 week trip to Bonaire and I was very pleased with my 450D in a Seatool housing (500D/T1i will fit perfectly). It is about as compact a setup as you can get in a DSLR. I believe Aquatica is even making a housing. If you have to travel to get to your favorite diving size matters. I had my housing, Dome port, flat port, 2x lenses, 2x gears, 2x Inon D2000 strobes and some other odds and ins in a legal hardside carryon with a pelican 1510 padded liner inside. I was confident if I had to gate check or plane side check (which I had to do on DAE) the bag that my gear was well protected. Just wondering? Jeff
  19. Thanks Phil & Todd, Bonaire is in great shape. I captured the Jawfish and the Batfish on the last dive of our trip. What an ending to a great trip. Front Porch is a great site. We also dove Windsock every other day or so to check on the frogfish and seahorses just to see what kind of show they would provide. Getting to dive with Ned & Anna Deloach was a treat as well. Thanks again! Jeff
  20. I've had my Canon 450D and Seatool housing for about 5-6 months and just returned from 3 weeks in Bonaire. I can now say wow! What a great setup. I thoroughly enjoyed my first trip with a DSLR. I'm still adding names and descriptions and will probably drop or add a few images to the album. Jeff The rest can be seen here: Visit My Website Enjoy!
  21. I've had my Seatool for my 450D for several months and really like it. I wanted it in my hands long before our Sept trip to Bonaire so I could work with it. I asked a lot of questions and sent e-mails to numerous stores (sponsors) and received great advice and additional things to consider before my purchase. I know a few people who have Seatools and have read several threads from others and they all seem happy with their housing. At the price point of these housings it is probably all about the ergonomics.
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