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  1. Original owner. No floods. Very good condition, with some minor wear marks around corners and edges. This housing has been travelling around with me as a backup for the last year, and just not have been using it enough to justify keeping it. Bulkheads are both for optical connections. Item will ship with original packaging, 2 o-rings, t-handle wrench, and housing of course. Asking $400, and will ship free in U.S.
  2. Hi everyone, Anyone selling a nauticam housing for Canon 5D Mark III? I'm currently using an aquatica housing for the mark II (which will be for sale soon!) but I would like to upgrade and switch to nauticam to exchange domes with my buddy. Thanks! Marta
  3. I am selling a Sony NEX-5N interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera in an Aquatica housing. Included are: - NEX-5N camera with battery, charger, and kit 17-55mm equivalent lens - Aquatica AN-5N housing with the matching plexiglass dome port, double handles, and extended shutter release - Sola 600 white/red focus light with two chargers - Various accoutrements -- extra O-rings, some boxes, a strobe cable for an Inon strobe if you want it Paid ~$2500, asking $1100 OBO. Please don't low-ball me, but reasonable offers will be considered. This is a fantastic starting kit for someone getting serious about underwater photography. The camera is small and lightweight, and takes excellent detailed images. It's also a great land camera, for that matter. You can purchase any number of E-mount lenses and compatible Aquatica ports, in particular, a highly rated macro lens is available. This package does not come with any strobes, I cannibalized the strobe I had been using, onto my new setup. Why did I get rid of this? I moved up, basically, to a more capable setup at, of course, a much higher price point. Such is life. This kit is impeccably maintained. The only deficit is a few small scratches on the dome, which are only visible when you shoot straight up into the sun. Does not come with the scorpionfish. This is a 100% crop to show the detail the camera is capable of.
  4. I am selling my Aquatica Canon 5D Mark II Underwater Housing for $1600 USD. The housing is in MINT condition, There are no scruffs or scratches, practically new (only used twice) all the controls and buttons work fine and the housing has NEVER leaked or been flooded. The lens release lever and the hydrophone audio jack cable are both present, as per original condition Aquatica housings are built to be very tough have great ergonomics along with a simple straight forward design. Here are all the parts your bidding on (see photos) Used Aquatica Canon 5D Mark II Underwater Housing 1 Brand New Battery for the moisture alarm 1 Extra o-ring (in addition to the one on the housing) Please note: Ports NOT included It's a great piece of equipment. To see image samples taken with the housing ask me for the link. I recently upgraded to Canon 5D MarkIV, and have no use for another system. Camera body is also available to purchase separately, not included in the price of the housing.
  5. Liz's post on upgrading her Aquatica spring set led to this post... My Aquatica housing is probably due for an overhaul. It has about 300 - 400 dives on it, although the vast majority of them are in clear, fresh water. I'd be interested in peoples' thoughts about tackling this myself, vs. sending it in. I'm pretty handy so the task isn't daunting at all, but I'm wondering if all controls can be be removed and replaced with out special tools. I seem to recall a friend did this himself and he said that he couldn't get to all the bits himself. I think it might be fun and also be a good way to learn more about the intricacies of the housing. On the downside, I don't have a chamber handy to test it afterwards! Thoughts?
  6. DSLR Underwater housing kit for Canon 5DMk3 or 4, with x2 Sola 1200 rechargeable Video lights and arms, all contained in a bespoke fitted 1610 Peli Case. This well cared for kit includes a 9.25 inch glass megadome in perfect condition, with neoprene covers . Housing kit is suitable for a Canon 5dmk3 DSLR with Canon EF 16-35 mm f/2.8L (lens focus and zoom cog rings included in kit for 16-35) or Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L lens. NB * Camera and Lenses NOT included. Please note the Canon 5DMk4 will fit this housing and modification kit can be purchased to make the housing work with it. Search online for conversion kit which is now available. £3,995.00 (inc VAT @ 20%) . Royal Mail Parcelforce 48 available £45 (UK) or collection for FREE.
  7. Sadly, it is time to move on and sell my gear – Aquatica – all in excellent condition, always washed and lubricated after use. D80 Housing 8" dome port Port extension (Sigma 10-20mm) Port extension (Sigma 17-70mm) Port shade Protective Cover Zoom gear (Sigma 10-20mm) Zoom gear (Sigma 17-70mm) TLC dovetail base TLC 4" lower arm TLC Large knob for lower arm TLC Clamp TLC 8" double ball Spare seal and lube. Sea & Sea: YS110 strobe Nikonos cable Nikon D80 Camera – excellent condition, marks or scratches. Sigma 10-20mm lens Sigma 17-70mm lens Sigma 18-200mm lens (Land use) 2 Batteries Charger I probably have the boxes for all the camera gear somewhere in the loft! Storage trolley bag – converted from a tool bag with foam protection for housing. I am based on the Gold Coast in Australia, I am prepared to ship, at cost. If you are interested I can get a quote. Price: AUS$3,650 ONO ​
  8. I am selling a Nikon D80 with 18-55 lens in an Aquatica D80 housing with a flat port. All items are in excellent condition. Asking $1000.00 with free USA ground shipping. Inquiries should be made to mjluwphoto@yahoo.com.
  9. $1800 OBO + Shipping I loved this set up. Aquatica camera housing is a great shape with new and updated parts that have never been used. The megadome is scratched but does not affect photo quality. This item has NEVER been used in salt water!!! Fresh Water Only. The housing is the top of the line for underwater photographs. This deal is a steal. http://www.aquatica.ca/en/products_dslr_d700.html
  10. Hi there, I have an Aquatica AD500 housing, and I was just trying to screw a tripod mount onto the bottom, and I can't seem to get any of my 1/4-20 screws to go in any further than about one turn! Is there some obvious fact I am missing about the screw holes on Aquatica housings? Is there usually some sort of forcing that needs to be done at first? I don't want to damage the finish, not get a screw locked in there, but nothing seems to screw in, not sure if its an issue with Aquatica housings in general or just mine.. I reached out to Aquatica on FB but they seem to take forever to reply. (Sorry for the terrible phone pic)
  11. Hello, I've just bought an Aquatica setup for a Nikon D80 but I still need the arms and clamps for the strobes. If anyone sell a set of these, please contact me. Thanks
  12. Hi, I am posting this for a friend who is selling his Aquatica kit for the Nikon D7000. It includes 3 transport cases. Please write to the following address if you have any questions: agauthier1@hotmail.com Aquatica AD7000 housing with moisture alarm installed and new battery installed plus one spare 8’’ dome port 18405 8’’ dome shade 18480 Neoprene cover for dome shade 18503 Port extension for tokina 10-17mm 18456 Port extension for Nikon 105mm macro 18453 Rear port cap (2x) 18790 Zoom gear for tokina 10-17mm 48717 AF macro port with neoprene cover 18428 TLC 1’’ ball (2x) 17651 TLC clamp 17800 TLC arm 4x11x11 (2x) 17512 TLC base bracket (2x) 17550 TLC to ikelite ball head adapter (2x) 17692 TLC support for TTL adapter Ikelite 17858 TLC adapter 1’’ ¼-20 17651 Ikelite Cable dual flash TTL 4103 52 Adapter Ikelite iTTL 4301 Flash DS160 (2x) 4060 4 batteries 1 charger Nikon D7000 body 1 battery 1 charger 8GB SD card (2x) Tokina 10-17mm lens Nikon 60mm macro lens Asking US $ 4,700
  13. 20071-NK - Aquatica A5D MK III Housing for Canon 5D Mk III with dual Nikonos bulkheads and Surveyor Vacuum sensor with moisture alarm Manufactured in august 2014. Never flooded! The housing does NOT have the vacuum valve or pump (they need to be purchased separately). You will also have to buy a dome port, it's not included. Apparently, Aquatica will offer upgrade for this housing to work for the new Canon 5D Mark IV. Price for the housing: $2.000 Extension with focus & zoom (and gears) for Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM: 48708 - Aquatica zoom gear for Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM & Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM 18464 - Aquatica port extension with focus knob for Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM (focus gear included) 18469 - Aquatica extension to port lock mechanism (used to lock extension to port) Price for extension with focus, port lock, zoom gear: $400 19227 - NEW NEVER USED Surveyor Vacuum sensor with moisture alarm Price: $120 Aquatica TLC arm sets (two sets) 2x 17514 - TLC 3 section strobe arms 1" ball to flat plate, 8" middle, 8" double ball, 3 clamps 2x 17691 - TLC to Sea & Sea ball head adapter Price for both sets: $330 2x Sea&Sea YS-D1 Strobes Price: $300/each Sync cords not included! PRICE FOR EVERYTHING ABOVE: $3.200 Shipping not included. Maximum 30 dives with this gear. Almost no signs of use, i can provide more detailed pictures on request. The stuff is located in Romania. Everything is sold together with original purchase invoice.
  14. Hi, I am selling my Canon Eos 5D MII (21474 shutter count, used as secondary camera) with a charger and battery, and the Aquatica housing for the Canon 5D MarkII sans ports. The Aquatica has never been flooded. It's a sturdy and reliable housing with a leak sensor. The hot-shoe connector needs to be replaced (you can find it for $98 from BH or Amazon). It's super easy to install. The hydrophone jack was removed, because I never had a need for it, but that can spliced and replaced easily. Camera and housing: $1800/OBO (includes shipping). I do have Square, so I am capable of taking credit card payments, but there will be a 3% service charge from Square.
  15. I'm selling the following: Aquatica Housing for Nikon D800 with bulkhead connectors for Ikelite Strobes - currently at Backscatter undergoing annual maintenance Aquatica AQ-18428 flat port Aquatica AQ-18453 extension ring for 105 mm macro lens Aquatica AQ-18409 6" dome port Aquatica AQ-18546 extension ring for Tokina 10-17 mm lens XIT404 Turtle Line zoom ring and gear for Aquatica/Tokina 10-17 Ikelite 4301 TTL adapter Ultralight Aquavision Type Mount Wide I have $5122.95 invested in the above. I'll sell the whole package for $4000 (shipping included), or make me a reasonable offer. Note: If this is sold quickly I will have Backscatter ship the housing direct when they finish the maintenance. PayPal preferred.
  16. to buy please see my ebay listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nikon-D-80-Camera-Aquatica-Housing-w-Ports-and-Lenses-for-Underwater-and-Land-/282499782446?hash=item41c64c972e:g:~lkAAOSwZKBZLJM9 This Nikon D80 in its Aquatica housing takes amazing pictures whether set up for wide angle or macro and even on land. I'm including the Nikon D80 camera 2 batteries and charger, Aquatica D80 Housing w/ Moisture Alarm, 1" angle dovetail ball arm mounts, and Body Cap. Nikkor 60mm/2.8 AF-D Macro lens, Aquatica Macro Port w/ neoprene cover, Aquatica 1" extension ring and Rear Port Cap. Sigma 10-20mm Zoom lens w/ zoom gear, Aquatica 8" Dome port w/ shade, neoprene dome cover and Rear Port Cap. Nikkor 18-135mm/3.5-5.6 AF-S lens (used on land only) Two Nikonos SB105 Strobes w/ 1" ball mounts. Double sync cord and spare single sync cord. spare 'O' rings & grease AND an American Tourister carry on roller case w/foam to hold everything!
  17. I've bought a new rig and it's time for the old one to go to a loving home where it will be used. My 5D2 camera and housing have been to lots of exciting places - 6kms into an underwater cave, 120m deep on a shipwreck, on dive trips to half of South East Asia, and underwater around home most weekends. It's taken photos published in Nat Geo, international newspapers and a few first prize, dive trip winning shots. It has a well-earned set of cosmetic scratches on the outside of what has been an incredibly robust housing. This rig will go where you need to go and bring home the shot. All of the photos on my website were taken with this setup except for this week's photo. Everything you need to get up and running with full frame photos and HD video is included, except a lens and a strobes/lights setup. The port extensions are suitable for use with Canon 14mm, Canon 100mm, and I believe the Canon 20mm/24mm lenses which I haven't used. The package contains: Canon 5D2 body with battery, 16gb card Aquatica housing with two Nikonos bulkheads, hydrophone (cable blu-tacked out of the way), handles with balls attached for putting strobe arms on and leak detector 8" dome port with dome shade, port locking device and extension for 14mm lens, lightly scratched 8" dome port with dome shade, heavily scratched (ok as long as you don't try and shoot into the sun, maybe some more polishing would help) AF macro port with rear port cover and extension for 100mm lens Neoprene covers for dome and macro ports Spares: o-ring kit, o-ring grease, allen key for getting the dome shade off, deep spring kit and a spare pass through bulkhead that I bought and haven't used The housing has a deep spring kit partially installed - I discovered that some buttons don't require deep springs and changed them back to regular ones. The housing is fully functional to 120m as that's where I took it in September. I have all of the springs and a bunch of spare c-clips. I am happy to reinstall the original springs if you would prefer, or will provide them so you can DIY as required. The nikonos bulkheads were replaced 18 months ago after the first round of pins corroded and should be good for another 5 years or so. Total price $4,200 AUD (this is about $3,200 USD at the moment) with free shipping in Australia. I'm in Melbourne if you would like to inspect/pick up the housing in person. International buyers pay shipping.
  18. Hi all, I wonder if I'm a complete idiot and there's something obvious that I'm missing, but my LED flash trigger won't trigger my TS-D1 and YS-D2. I have the Aquatica AD500 with the optical ports for the flash trigger. The trigger fires my strobes just fine when the camera's out of the housing but not when it's in the housing. It looks to me that this is because the LEDs on the trigger are a long way off lining up with the optical ports on the housing when the camera is installed - so that there's little or no light from the trigger LEDs actually traveling along the optical cables. The flash trigger part number is 18956, which seems to be for the Sony a7 II, a7R II & a7S II (doesn't mention Nikon D500). Could I have the wrong flash trigger? Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks, Geoff
  19. As a primary wide angle shooter it has been years since I have bought a new macro lens. To date I use the 60mm Nikkor and often add the Kenko 1.4x teleconverter for extra reach. I have had the older style Nikkor 105mm and sold it as I didnt get much as the AF hunted around. I have been looking at the Tokina 100mm macro as a replacement for the old 105mm for an upcomming macro trip to Tulamben in a few weeks and it has recieved a few good reviews for on land use with price point which suited me more as I do not do much macro photography and didnt want to invest more money in lenes that I may not use often. First thing that I noticed when I attached the Tokina 100mm to the D500 was how quick AF locked on and with the large amount of focus points available it was easy to set up focus on the small critters eyes/fave when composing a shot. Quick moving subjects when one wouldnt bother with before where now accessable as the Tokina and D500 combination works. This quick focus was a blessing as the local conditions where surgy and often hard to steady oneself for close up shots. The Tokina 100mm was housed behind the Aquatica AF macro port with extension #18462 (the same as I use with the 60mm and 1.4x TC combo). Shooting macro with Aquaview external viewfinder also makes ease of pin point focusing. I will be hopefully playing with the Aquatica +5 and +10 with Aqautica close up system when in Bali as I want to try my hand at getting some supermacro subjects like Shean the Sheep and friends. Itorch videopro 6 video lights used on low power provided focusing light. Here are some sample photos taken in the past couple of days with the Tokina 100mm and Nikon D500. Photos are straight from the camera only watermarked and resized to give an idea of performance before editing. Regards Mark orangutan crab f14, 1/200th, ISO200 Yellow Boxfish f14 1/160th ISO160 this guy was very flighty
  20. Aloha, I've got the port setup for the Canon 100mm L macro. I purchased it used (here, as part of a package), having just had brand new glass installed in it. I used it once and it sat on my shelf the rest of the time. Glass is pristine, the exterior has lots of marks from the Diopter mount but it is functionally fine. I don't have any other info unfortunately, it's their older port and extension so it's no longer on their website. How about $225 shipped for it, I know that's below market but with the lack of info I think that's reasonable. Thanks, please let me know if you have any questions! Lyle
  21. Looking to sell my Aquatica D800 Underwater Housing. I travel a lot and am finding the Aquatica too heavy. This is the ONLY reason for sale. Great set up, very reliable. I am looking to sell for $2500 US. Open to offers & questions. See attached pictures.
  22. Hi, Im Selling my AQUATICA 5D MARK II HOUSING KIT. Ive decided to sell it because I have two and will no longer be needing a second one since the movie shoot is over, so I've decided to sell it. Perfect condition ready to shoot photos and videos comes with manuel focusing which is essential for professional video. I payed over 5000 dollars for this kit and am selling it for 2800$ Kit Includes: -Aquatica 5D mark II housing -Extension Ring with focusing knob for the Canon EF 17-40mm f/4 -8” dome port w/ shade -8” dome shade -8” dome neopreme dome and shade cover -8” dome neopreme cover -Zoom & focusing scroll ring lens Please feel free to contact me if you are interested or have any questions. Take care.
  23. Hi, I've an Aquatica AD7000 housing in excellent condition. Just came back from Aquatica to install a vacuum system and a regular maintenance. * Aquatica was very impressed by the excellent condition of the housing. The kit include : - AD7000 housing. - D7000 camera purchased brand new in May 2016. One battery included, no SD card. - 16-85mm Nikon DX lens. * No gear zoom and gear focus included. Not needed to use the lens only at 16mm. - 8" acrylic dome. * No port extension as the lens can be used at 16mm without it. - Two arms and 4 ball clamps to install the strobes on the system. - Two INON Z-240 type 4 strobes. ** No sync cord is included. - Vacuum pump, valve and internal control module. ** A brand new 8" acrylic dome can be included for an extra $350.00. The one included with the system have a few minor scratches that doesn't create problems in pictures. Asking $3500.00 USD ( $3850.00 if you take the new 8" dome ). Thanks for looking. Frederic Caron Qc, Canada
  24. This was a perfectly good dome until the zoom gear vibrated off my lens, resulting in some light scratches on the INTERIOR of the dome (near the center). They are not terrible, and I got away with using using the dome on several dives post scratch. Most times a few clicks with the clone/heal tool in LR or PS and blemishes if visible were removed. I have replaced this with a new dome so this has one been sitting on my shelf for the last couple of years. Asking $100. Free shipping in US.
  25. I am selling my Aquatica Canon 5D Mark II Underwater Housing for $1200 USD. The housing has some visible cosmetic scuffs on the exterior but all the controls and buttons work fine and the housing has NEVER leaked or been flooded. The lens release lever was removed (as per Backscatter's recommendation because it gets in the way.) I also removed the hydrophone audio jack cable for the same reason. (The camera's mic records the underwater audio just fine.) Here are all the parts your buying (see photos) Used Aquatica Canon 5D Mark II Underwater Housing 1 Brand New Battery for the moisture alarm 1 Extra o-ring (in addition to the one on the housing) 1 grey camera mount tray for the Canon 5D Mark II Please note: Ports NOT included It's a great piece of equipment. To see image samples taken with the housing visit www.saroshjacob.com I'm only selling it because it's time for me to upgrade to a camera that can shoot 4K footage. Price is $1200 USD and I will ship anywhere in the US. Below are the details from the manufacturer on the housing: The Aquatica Canon 5D Mark II underwater housing is machined from solid aluminum, treated and anodized to military specification, then painted with a robust weather and wear-resisistant finish. This housing is rated to 300 ft. depths and equipped with a hydrophone to take full advantage of the Canon 5D Mk II's potential. The 5D Mk II housing gives easy access to the video function controls, while retaining its ease of operation for still imaging. It has the same mounting bayonet that will accept other Aquatica accessories, including ports, such the tack-sharp Megadome, as well as the Aqua View finder and remote control cord. AQUATICA CANON 5D MARK II features Bayonet Port: Positive bayonet mounting and locking mechanism leaves no doubt that your ports are secure and water tight. The bayonet system dome, macro ports, and extension rings offer the fastest access to lenses for rapid changing without having to remove the camera from the housing. This housing allows use of lenses from a 15mm fisheye lens to a 180mm macro lens. Tele-converter port extensions are also available. Menus buttons have been angled 20 degrees and can be extended when needed for better ergonomics, knobs are now grooved and knurled for optimum operation, even when wearing thick gloves Fingertip access to all camera menu and video controls includes On-Off, Live View mode, Record On/Off, Exposure Mode, bracketing, Meter positioning and focus control, AF-ON activation and Star button access as well as AF preferences. Access to all menu features include review, enlarge and delete, histogram and internal SLR preferences. Compatible with our remote control grip. Two additional bulkhead holes are supplied for potential access to other camera functions The most critical aspect of underwater SLR photography is the viewing system. The Aquatica 5D Mk II uses a viewfinder that show the biggest and the brightest image possible in full frame viewing to your eye. An accessory Aqua View Finder is also available giving the user unparallel viewing of the camera's viewfinder for sharp focusing and exact composition.
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