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  1. I'm moving on from U/W photograph and selling the kit below. Everything is in excellent condition, has the original packaging (minus the sync cords). Kraken Hydra 3500S+ WSRU Underwater Video Light - $500 Kraken Hydra 1000+ WSR Underwater Video Light - $100 Nauticam N120 Extension Ring 30 with lock - $200 Nauticam Gear for Tokina 10-17mm AT-X f/3.5-4.5 DX for Nikon - $100 Nauticam N815-Z Zoom Gear: Nikon AF-S 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED Fisheye NIKKOR Lens - $125 Nauticam N1855VRII-Z Zoom Gear: Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Lens - $125 Nauticam N120 Extension Ring 20 with lock - $185 Nauticam Gear for Nikon 10-24mm AF-S f/3.5-4.5 G - $110 Nauticam 180° Straight Viewfinder for DSLR Underwater Housings - $700 Nauticam N120 Macro Port 60 - $250 Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X 107 DX AF Fisheye Lens for Nikon F - $350 Nikon AF-S Teleconverter TC-17E II - $275 Sea & Sea 5 pin Dual Sync Cord - $100 ea. Happy to work with you on prices above for a "bulk" order. Thanks and please let me know if you have any questions, need specific photos, etc. Todd toddbretl.com
  2. Hi there, I am facing issues with the way my Nauticam zoom ring attaches onto my Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom lens. This is the Nikon mount version, which i use with a D500 inside a Nauticam housing. I know i am not the only one facing those issues and i have read though multiple threads (there, for instance) but they're all 4+ years old so i am writing hoping new solutions are available now. I've followed the manual by removing the rubber ring which was attached to the Tokina lens (then some electronic circuitry becomes visible, whooo scary...) and put the Tokina zoom ring onto it. What happens is that it doesn't fit very snuggily: -when i attach the lens to the camera when opening the housing front port (e.g. when i am swapping lenses) i have to be extremely careful on the positioning otherwise the zoom gear starts popping off. -same when i am just opening the housing back to change camera battery: at the time i slide the camera out/in it's very diffcult to avoid the zoom gear being disengaged. -worst of all: while i am shooting the zoom gear may just disengage on its own and then i am stuck with a given focal till i open the housing. This happened 4-5 times to me in maybe 30 dives. I have used several housing brands with different zoom gear solutions (Ikelite, Hugyfot, Nauticam M4/3 and then Nauticam DSLR), and i had used a different zoom gear for same lens model (not exact same lens though), which was the Hugyfot one which didn't require me to remove the lens' own rubber zoom ring. I feel this was a better design. So my question is: have Nauticam or a third party manufacturer come with zoom gear solution that would fit snuggier on my lens when used in my Nikon D500 Nauticam housing? If not, would anyone have a suggestion to circumvent the issues i am having? regards Nicolas
  3. I have switched to Canon and now have several Nikon lens' to get rid of. They are as follows: Nikon AF-S 105 macro $600 Nikon AF-S 60 macro $400 Nikon 50 1.4G $300 Tokina 10-17 Fisheye $400 Tokina 12-24 Wide Angle $300 Sigma 15 Fisheye $400 Kenko 1.4 Teleconverter $100 All prices in USD. Buyer pays shipping. Open to offers especially if taking the whole lot. Thanks a lot, Sean
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to share with you some of my underwater photos, I just started my underwater photography journey, at the moment I'm in Koh Tao, Thailand doing my dive master and than IDC. I have a lot time for fun diving and to play with my camera. I would like to say big thank you to Tim and Shark Business for great equipment I bought off them. https://www.facebook.com/dive4lifee
  5. FOR SALE: Tokina 10-17mm super wide angle fisheye zoom lens (AT-X107 DX 10-17mm f3.5-4.5) for Nikon digital SLR cameras. SN7813806 Superb wide angle zoom lens- sharp, super close focus, the most versatile wide angle reef/big animal/wreck lens you can buy. Even allows close focus wide angle macro shooting. My lens is in mint condition, clean glass, clean contacts, works perfectly. Comes with everything it originally came with- box, front and back caps. I'm the original owner. Price: $330 USD, includes shipping (to continental 48) and payment by Paypal. For cash payments and local delivery, I'll reduce a few bucks. See photos below. If you are seriously interested, please contact me directly (see below) for more information, to discuss payment, shipping, etc. Thanks very much for your interest. Brandon Cole Tel: 509-535-3489 E: brandoncole (at) msn.com
  6. Hello, I'm looking for dome and flat port for 10-17 Tokina and 60mm AF-S. Is for DV-7000 Nauticam housing.
  7. hi folks! I am wondering whether somebody has analyzed how the venerable Tokina 10-17mm behaves on 24 MP APS-C sensors? Of course this won't be worse than the previous 16 MP generation (referring to Nikon's D7000), but i am wondering to which extent it takes advantage of the extra 8 MP of resolution? DxO marks is a good source of information but unfortunately they didn't test this lens (at least on D7100/D7200). Alexander Mustard's reviews are also a great information base, but during his D7100 review he didn't have a chance to shoot the 10-17mm. Any experience to share? thanks in advance Nicolas
  8. This is an amazing wide/fisheye setup for Nikon DX cameras (eg D7000, D7100, etc). Selling only b/c I have an FX camera now. Tokina 10-17 fisheye, Nikon mount This was bought as shop display model, has been on one dive - yes, one - and another time it was used to take some photos of flowers by my gf, aside from that it has not been used. As you will see in the pics, it looks brand new and of course works perfectly. As seen, with original box, manual, packing Zen DP-100-NT 100mm glass dome port for Nauticam housings and Tokina 10-17 Like new, includes a Nauticam neoprene cover - the Zen were out of stock when I was buying a cover and this one works fine. No issues that I can see with it at all. Glass appears to be flawless. As seen, with original box Nauticam TN1017-Z zoom gear for Tokina 10-17 fisheye #19127 Used on exactly one dive. Appears as if brand new, and I could have said it was brand new and you'd never know it - it's that perfect. As seen, with original box This stuff is nearly new as I said, so here's the price (PayPal and USA shipping included): All three: $1250 ($1640 for all bought new) Separately, shipped to USA: Lens - $420 Zen Dome - $720 Nauticam Zoom gear - $150 Pics (full album here)
  9. Cannon Rebel T3I Tokina 10-17 lens 2 batteries 1 charger RDX 600D sea and sea housing Rdx port base L Sea and sea dome port $2,500 or best offer This is very new rig I used it once last summer on about 12 dives. The housing and dome are in great condition and the cannon works perfectly. Message me about offers or questions.
  10. Canon 16-35mm F2.8L/Tokina 10-17mm Zoom Gear SS-31114 (Sea & Sea) Im in the market to buy a tokina 10-17 zoom gear for my RDX 550d housing I would require delivery to the UK Please contact me via email please. garycrosskey@yahoo.co.uk Thanks alot Gary
  11. I sell my full kit due to my upgrade to 5D3. Selling from Singapore. [Nauticam 7D] 50 dives, very good condition, no leak, no trouble, no major scratch, with handles, with front cover, bought it in Singapore. The surface got slight whitey due to sea water mineral which can not be avoided. http://www.nauticamusa.com/nusa/category/canon-7d US Retail price: 3200 [Canon 7D] Used for 2 years, very good condition, kept always in dry box, no scratch, menu in English and Japanese, bought in Japan. http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/slr_cameras/eos_7d US Retail price: 1499 [ Tokina 10-17mm fisheye] Used for a year, very good condition, no scratch in lens, kept always in dry box, bought in Singapore. http://www.tokinalens.com/tokina/products/atx/atx107afdxfisheye/ US Retail price: 699 [Nauticam glass dome port for Tokina 10-17] 10 CM diameter, Used for a year, good condition with small scratch which has no impact on photos, can be used only with Tokina 10-17. Not sold in US, Japan retail price: 700 [Zoom gear for Tokina 10-17] Used for a year, can be used only with Tokina 10-17. US Retail price: 155 Total US retail price: 6,253 USD Selling Price: 4200 USD by paypal. Earliest shipping: 16th March from Singapore. Will use postal service. International free shipping with economy class. Please add 100 USD for EMS with tracking. Will pack items perfectly. Thanks! YUKI
  12. Hello everybody who reads this. I have Canon 5D MkII and S&S housing. Up to now I have been mainly shooting Sigma 15mm fisheye and 17-40 with the 230 acrylic dome. The 17-40 gets sharper at f10, but still has the stretching/smearing in the corners. Now the dome started leaking and needs replacement. I have NOT been happy with the acrylic as well. It almost always gives either reflections or haziness shooting into light. It gets worse with time and after cleaning, acrylic scratches and then works as a "soft focus" filter. I think of buying a glass dome. My rig is already heavi with lights and strobes.The 9" 5lb glass dome will make it a step close to a submarine and will not help travelling either..... Now I discovered that a wide angle zoom can be a fisheye through a combination of fisheye zoom + converter. It seems that the latter may not need a huge dome to perform well. My question: can anyone share experience or maybe photos comparing a 17-40 (16-35) or other wide angle zoom (Nikon...) in a 8" or 9" dome vs. fisheye zooms like 8-15 Canon or Tokina 10-17 with x 1.4 (x2?) converter in a smaller dome 7". Or any experiences related to this choice: wide rectilinear zoom vs. fisheye zoom with converter. Another question: which converter will work with Tokina? Maybe someone is already using this combination and figured out what zoom gear (S&S housing for full frame) can work on either fisheye zoom on a converter. Many thanks to anyone who can share experiences, Vlad
  13. I am selling the following, everything is in perfect working order and has been meticulously cared for. The glass on the domes is perfect, shade on the 200mm zen is slightly scruffed. The housing was fully overhauled by Nauticam USA 2 months ago (300$) and has never flooded. Please PM if interested in more detailed photos of any item, just let me know the angles you'd like. I am located in seattle, buyer pays shipping. Happy to entertain offers. Thanks for looking! Nauticam D7000 Housing with handle brackets and electronic sync 5-pin port $2200 (body also available) Zen 200mm Dome Port for Nauticam (will throw in tupperware that fits it perfectly for travel): $1050 Zen 100mm Dome Port for Nauticam: $650 Nauticam Macro Port 60: $280 Tokina 10-17 lens for Nikon: $500 Nikkor 60mm lens: $425 Nauticam Nikon 10-24 zoom gear (Never Used/Opened): $135 Nauticam Zoom Gear for Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 DC HSM Macro (Nikon Mount) (Never Used/Opened): $135 Nauticam 60mm Focus gear: $135
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