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Aquatica A5D MkIII for Canon 5D III - Full Kit
mpollack posted a topic in ClassifiedsAquatica Complete Housing Kit for Canon 5D Mark III Due to a lack of use, I've decided to sell my complete UW Housing kit. Kit centers around the Aquatica A5D-III housing for the Canon 5D III, dual Ikelite DS-125 strobes, and Stix buoyancy arm system. Camera and lenses not included, but could be negotiated separately. The housing includes the acclaimed 180° Aqua View finder. Everything with the housing is fully functional and operational in great condition. There are some very minor cleaning scratches on the LCD window which are not visible underwater. The ports include the 9.25 inch Aquatica Mega Dome for sharp corners and the ability to take over/unders, a 4" dome port for wide-angle macro, and a flat macro port that allows you to choose manual or automatic focusing. I shot this system with the Canon 100mm f/2.8 EF USM macro lens, the Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM lens, and Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG diagonal fisheye lens. All the zoom/focus gears and port extensions necessary to shoot these lenses are included, as is the Sea & Sea M77 internal correction lens which the lens corrects image aberration and distortion when attached to a wide-angle zoom lens. More information about the system and lens compatibility can be found here: AD5-MkIII instructions A5D-MkIII Lens Chart I recently tested the strobes' capacity and each delivered over 260 full-strength flashes on a single charge. The spare battery came in at over 230 flashes. The Stix buoyancy strobe arm set does an excellent job of achieving neutral buoyancy making the rig a joy to handle underwater. Lots of spares (o-rings, sync cords, housing hinges, etc.) and owners manuals are included. I strongly prefer to sell this kit as a single package. Priced to sell at $3,450. Please message me if interested. Quantity Manufacturer Part Number Description Retail value 1 Aquatica 20071-NK-V Housing for 5D Mark III w/ std viewfinder $3,360 1 Aquatica 20054 Aquatica 180° aqua view finder $1,333 1 Aquatica 18789 Housing body cap $67 1 Aquatica 19224 ISO Extended Lever for A5D Housing $89 2 Ultralight Control BA-AQW Handle balls $54 1 Ultralight Control AD-1420-IK Adapter for modeling light $24 1 Aquatica 18407 Megadome 9.5" $1,895 1 Aquatica 18490 Rear port cap $67 1 Immersed Imaging? Travel case for dome port $50 1 Aquatica 18506 Neoprene cover for megadome $66 1 Aquatica 18464 Port extension w/o focus knob $440 1 Aquatica 18469 Port to extension locking collar $100 1 Aquatica 48708 Zoom gear for16-35 f/2.8L & 17-40 f/4 $138 1 Aquatica 18453 Port extension 28.5 mm $233 1 Aquatica 18490 Rear port cap $67 1 Aquatica 18426 AF/MF macro port $507 1 Aquatica 18700.1 Focus gear for 100mm $138 1 Aquatica 18505 Neoprene cover for macro port $32 1 Aquatica 19350 Close-up kit $566 2 Aquatica 19354 Lens caddy $138 1 Aquatica 18490 Rear port cap $67 1 Aquatica 18410 4" dome port, Bk-7 coated mineral glass $660 1 Aquatica 18490 Rear port cap $67 1 4GD Photo FB-12 Float belt for dome port $60 1 Sea and Sea Lanyard $25 1 Sea and Sea M77 Internal correction lens for wide angle lens $599 2 Ikelite DS-125 DS-125 Strobe $1,400 2 Ikelite 4069.2 Dome diffuser $160 3 Ikelite 4104.31 Nikonos to Ikelite single sync cord, non-TTL $360 2 Ikelite 45232 Nikonos to Ikelite dual sync cord, non-TTL $380 2 Ikelite 4066.1 Smart charger $200 1 Ikelite 40066BK Spare NiMH Battery Pack for DS-125 $250 4 4GD Photo SX-09 Stix 9 inch strobe arms $192 2 4GD Photo SX-12 Stix 12 inch strobe arms $96 1 4GD Photo SF-43 Stix Jumbo Float Kit $35 1 4GD Photo SF-42 Stix Large Float Kit $25 2 4GD Photo SF-2 Large Float $15 6 Ultralight Control AC-CS Clamps $198 3 Ultralight Control AD-125 Strobe ball $14,153 Various Owner's manuals for everything Various Spares (o-rings, housing hinges, etc.)
lars2923 posted a topic in ClassifiedsJust returned from annual CPS 18 point service: (01/17/2022) Cleaned Image Sensor Performed Pixel Mapping for Hot or Dead Pixels Verified Firmware version and updated if required Tighten external screws Checked operation of Terminals and Jacks Checked Internal Error Messages Verified Camera Shutter Count Performed Simple Image Check (exposure/color balance/resolution) Checked Camera/Lens communication Checked Lens Attachment and Removal Checked Memory Card Insertion and Removal Checked Operation of Hot Shoe Checked Moving Parts (Buttons/doors/latches) Cleaned Camera Body Cleaned External LCD surface Cleaned External Viewfinder Cleaned Focus Screen Cleaned Mirror Service Details: Your Camera has been cleaned and checked. Functions have been confirmed Shot Count: 24,700 Mirror Count 26,160 Ask: $798.00 Battery Included
Hi everyone, I'm hoping some of you might be able to help me out. I recently upgraded to a 5D mkiii Nauticam system. I'm shooting with the Canon EF 17-40 1:4 L USM Lens, 50mm extension ring, and a Nauticam N120 8.5" acrylic dome port, as is the suggested setup, but every image has severe vignetting, regardless of the focal length. At first I thought it might just be because I was shooting primarily at the wide end, but after experimenting I realised that it doesnt matter. The wierd thing is that when I first used it i was shooting split shots in mangroves and there was no issues. But while diving and snorkelling, all images have vignetting. This is the first time I have used a rectilinear lens underwater, having only ever used the Tokina 10-17mm previously, so I'm pretty confused. Is it just the lens? Could it be my Autofocus settings? Could it be that the second hand dome has been polished too much so that now it has thicker edges thus creating the blur? I'm really at a loss here, and after investing so much money to upgrade, I'm really disappointed. So I would really appreciate some feedback guys!!! Thanks in advance.
Aquatica 5D mkIII housing and Aqua View finder
bradsheard posted a topic in ClassifiedsFor sale, very good condition Aquatica 5D mark III housing and Aquaview viewfinder. Housing is approximately 3 years old and has cosmetic exterior scratches and wear marks, but otherwise in excellent condition (the coating that Aquatica uses is very durable and it has held up very well). Has dual Nikonos sync bulkheads and internal moisture alarm, no ports included. Also has the optional ISO lever installed, two Ultralight balls on top of the handles, and factory-installed “deep spring kit”. Included is the “stock” viewfinder, as well as the Aqua View 180-degree finder. Finder has a few more scratches than housing, and a couple of very small scratches/nicks around the periphery of the rear lens. The Aqua View finder is really excellent—(once you use one you won’t want to go back the stock viewfinder.) It is my understanding that Aquatica will offer an upgrade for this housing to accommodate the new Canon 5D mark IV, but I have no confirmation of this. Housing and Aqua View finder, original manuals and T-handle wrench: $2200 Continental US only
Used Nauticam Housing - Canon 5D MK III $2,150
Beth Watson posted a topic in ClassifiedsUsed Nauticam Housing - Canon 5D MKIII - $2,150 This housing was rebuilt 6 months ago cost of $500 - NEVER FLOODED - Housing currently has Ikelite bulkheads, price includes 2 Nauticam bulkheads. Message or call with questions, if you would like to purchase or make an offer. firstname.lastname@example.org 1-573-247-0462 www.bethwatsonimages.com
CHECK THIS OUT! Now here's a deal. . . I recently advertised this Canon 5D MkIII & Sea&Sea package for sale but the price was a bit steep because I needed to pay off the lease I had on the equipment. Now, the leasing company will consider any reasonable offer, so send me your bid and if the leasing company accepts it, it's ALL yours! For more specific details go to http://bit.ly/1pkl0yr
CHECK THIS OUT! Now here's a deal. . . I recently advertised this Canon 5D MkIII & Sea&Sea package for sale (see attached photo) but the price was a bit steep because I needed to pay off the lease I had on the equipment. Now, the leasing company will consider any reasonable offer, so send me your bid and if the leasing company accepts it, it's ALL yours! For more specific details go to http://bit.ly/1pkl0yr See attached photo: Richard Theiss RTSea Media email@example.com