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  1. The following clip isn't that long but should give you an idea of what the lens, camera and dome combination are capable of. I will definitely be trying this again! It was worth cutting off the hood:: Background: Last year I purchased a used Ikelite DSLR housing and 8" modular dome port to house a Canon 5D2. For my first dive trip I used the Canon 17-40L with the #5510.24 port extension and the 8" modular dome. In the end it worked out okay but I didn't care for the edge sharpness - especially for video at the wide (17mm) focal length. I did try a +2 diopter and I think it helped a bit but I had a lot of problems focusing at/around infinity so I took it off after a day of diving. What I did like about the 17-40 is that is has a relatively close focus distance and so stills shot at 40mm were very sharp and worked well with a single strobe. But wide angle just wasn't working all that well. Here is a link to a gallery of photos (all underwater all taken with the 17-40L). Note: many of these photos are cropped, some quite significantly: http://www.amazonbeach.com/PhotoVideo/Cozumel2012/ I had seen some very nice footage shot with the Canon 14mm L version II. But that lens is way over my budget! So I searched around and found a Rokinon 14mm f2.8 lens used on Craigslist for $220. It was in decent shape. By f4 it is very sharp and for my copy by f5.6 it is crazy sharp and has no noticeable vignette on the full frame 5d2. It is a very fun lens to use. You can shoot straight into the sun with little or no flaring! The moustache shaped distortion is immediately obvious if there are any horizontal straight lines. Easy to fix for stills but need to be aware of for video. Of course, I really wanted to take it underwater and thought it might fit in the Ikelite system - nope! It was so close, but the built in hood of the lens is too wide to fit through the ikelite port extension tube. So I tried taking the lens apart a few times (to cleanly remove the hood) but never did figure it out. Along the way I declicked the aperture ring - which I thought I would like - but it had no damping and the throw is so short I put that tiny bearing back in. From earlier measurements, I knew that the lens would fit through with the lens hood removed. So, given the lens was cheap, I cut the hood off with a dremmel tool. I first removed the font element (easy), stuffed the lens with lint free cloth to keep the particles from entering the rest of the lens and then simply cut off the lens hood. After this the lens fits quite easily through all the ikelite port extension tubes. And I am able to use the Ikelite focusing gears! FYI - This is a manual focus lens so the focus gears working has been very handy. The first port extension tube I tried was the 5510.24. There was a lot of vignette from the modular dome. I'm believe this port extension would have worked focus-wise though. However, when I purchased the used Ikelite kit, it also had the slightly shorter #5510.22 and the very short #5510.11. So next I tried the #5510.22 on a local lake dive. The conditions were crappy but it seemed to work okay. I really struggled with focusing though as it was so dark. Although I did capture this image when were were exiting (this is through the dome but above water!) http://www.amazonbeach.com/PhotoVideo/AmazonBeachGallery/slides/20120819144951_5D2_IMG_4396.html Then two weeks ago I was down in Ambergis Caye for a week. Unfortunately we were blown out for the majority of the trip so I only got in three dives. On the first dive I tried the #5510.11 (very short port extension). I think it was just too close to the lens to focus properly. Only the very center of the image was properly focused. On the only other two dives I switched to the #5510.22 extension tube. On the first dive I struggled with focus. I was confused and thought I needed to stick a land based hyperfocal focus point - but that really didn't work. On the second dive I had more time and refocused with live view. This time the results were a lot better! When I disassembled the rig at the end of the day I noted that the focus was very close to the minimum focus distance. Perhaps with a dome port and in water, the focus is on the virtual image right behind the dome? For all the dives I used Magic Lantern. It has such an easy whitebalance menu system (just two button clicks). But in the end I wasn't overly pleased with the results. Because 14mm is so crazy wide on a full frame I had to hold the white card so close that often it had shadow on the card. But I'm also wondering if the Magic Lantern whitebalance doesn't use a very full range of tint? I should also note that this lens is manual aperture. So I just set the aperture at the click stop between f8 and f12 - I'll call it f10. The shutter was set at 1/47 and I ended up using iso 100, 160 and 320 for the dives. I probably should have set the aperture at f12. You will see that the water was pretty hazy and a bit dark but it worked. Also, I had the cinemascope crop marks turned on for all the dives as my goal was to create a 2.35:1 video when finished. So the sample clip is cropped this way. Observations: 1.) When shooting stills, there is a very noticeable vignette from the dome port. If you plan on shooting lots of stills you will need to crop to get rid of vignette. But I like wide angles with very landscape aspect ratios so no problem here. And at 20MP, you can crop forever on the 5D2. 2.) When shooting video, the full video frame (16:9) has small - but just noticeable - corner vignetting. The average viewer may not notice it but anyone critical will call it out. So, cropping to a more anamorphic aspect ratio is probably best. But once again, this lens is crazy wide which lends itself to that type of presentation. 3.) Corner sharpness. I think it is quite good! The 17-40 was much softer. And I think with more dive time to get focus better I think the Rokinon / Samyang 14mm f2.8 will rival or even best the Canon 14mm L version II. Perhaps if placed behind a glass dome (vs the Ikelite acrylic) it might be even sharper?
  2. Takes type 4 ports Bought in October 2011 this housing has been an essential piece of underwater photography equipment. The housing is in great condition with a few extremely light scratches on the body from useage, has never been flooded and is solid. Reason for sale is upgrade to mark iii. Located in Dubai but can easily ship worldwide and the price includes courier delivery. $3000 http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160988310818
  3. In perfect condition, has maybe 50 dives on it. Never leaked. $2150 OBO Will also sell: 7D body, 60mm macro
  4. I have a complete underwater system for Canon 7D with Nauticam Housing. System and price include the following. New Sale Price NAUTICAM NA-7D 3,200 2,500 ZEN 9" FISHEY DOME PORT W/ COVER 1,899 1,300 ZEN DP-100 100MM FISHEY DOME PORT FOR TOKINA 10-17 999 600 NAUTICAM MACRO PORT NG-60 W/M67 360 250 NAUTICAM EXTENSION RING 60 W/LOCK 320 250 NAUTICAM SC 816-Z ZOOM GEAR FOR SIGMA 8-16 175 100 NAUTICAM TN1017-Z ZOOM GEAR FOR CANON TOKINA 10-17 155 100 WET 4X DIOPTER W/ ARM CLAMP HOLDER 220 150 NAUTICAM FIBER OPTIC CABLES (2) 200 125 CANON 7D BODY W/BATTERY, CHARGER, MANUAL, STRAP 1,200 700 TOKINA 10-17 3.5-4.5 DX ZOOM WIDE ANGLE LENS FOR CANON 669 400 SIGMA 8-16 4.5-5.6 HSM 649 400 Total 10,046 6,875 The system and camera are in excellent condition. Sale price includes purchase of entire system.
  5. Ikelite underwater Housing for Canon EOS 7D with IK5510.24 Port Body IK5510.45 8" Dome Port with Shade and Cover (In warranty) (http://www.ikelite.c...port_canon.html) here you can check which lenses fit this dome Spare Silicone Lubricants Spare O ring 2 x zoom rings used only a handful of times, for surf photography. I also have all the spare parts the housing came with. Excellent piece of kit.. can use nearly all the functions on the camera when in the housing, not like other housings that limit. moving between sydney and goldcoast $1450 ono cost new $2100 below is the spec for the housing http://www.ikelite.c...two/can_7d.html Depth rating: 60m Controls for all camera functions exceept multi-controller and flash pop-up. Extension lever on back panel gives ergonomic movie start/stop control. Interchangeable port system. Port is supplied separately.(Port choice depends on lens to be used). Super-Eye long eye-relief viewfinder optic allows full frame viewing with diving mask. eTTL2 conversion circuitry provides full TTL operation with Ikelite DS-series substrobes. Two substrobes can be triggered using a dual sync cord. Exposure compensation buttons on rear of housing gives ±2 EV control range in TTL mode, or 8 manual settings in ½ EV steps. Non-Ikelite strobes can be used in manual mode only (with appropriate sync cord). Dimensions SLR-DC: With tray: 13.25"w, 8"h, 6.5"d. Without tray: 9.5"w, 6.75" h, including knobs. Weight: ~3.25Kg, 7.15lb without port. ~3.6Kg, 8lb with port. Buoyancy: slightly negative (depending on port).
  6. Underwater kit ranked by Blue Photo Store as Best Underwater Cameras for 2012 Recsea Standard Housing Compatible Camera: CANON POWERSHOT G12 and G11 Maximum Depth: 60 meters (200 feet) Material: Main Body - Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy, Anodized Levers, Dials, Buttons - POM, PC Monitor - Hard Coat Acrylic Screws, Springs - Stainless Steel, Galvanized Size (Housing): Approx. W145XD122XH116 Weight (Housing): Land approx. 790g, Fresh Water approx. 180g Dyron 12mm Fisheye lens for Recsea G12 housing This high-quality 12mm fisheye lens offers up to a 165 degree angle of view and fits the Recsea housings for the Canon G11 & Canon G12, and the Fix G10 housing. It's a popular choice with the Recsea G12 housing. This fisheye lens is awesome, you will not regret getting one! Canon G12 Camera PRICE: Paid $1629.95 for housing and lens in April 2012. Used for 35 dives. Will sell for $1,500 INCLUDING camera. Reason for sale: Want to move to SLR and wife said I had to sell first. EMAIL: amorneau@me.com
  7. Hi, I'm a relative newbie, and very much a newbie with a strobe. Here is my setup: Canon G12 Canon WP-DC34 Underwater Housing BigEye WA Wet Lens (http://www.fantasea..../it.A/id.410/.f) One Sea & Sea YS-110a strobe iDas arms and clamps I have read a lot about strobe positioning but I don't seem to be getting it. Attached are some random snaps from a recent trip that illustrate a common issue I'm having. It seems as if the strobe is being reflected by the wide angle adapter and causing hotspots or flares of sorts. It doesn't happen on all the shots, but I experiment a lot with angles and can't consistently remember what position yields what result. I can often crop it out, but not always. And I'd really like to have a better sense of why this is happening and what I can do to prevent it. Thanks!
  8. I went nuts and bought a 5D3, so i need to sell my beloved 7D and Nauticam rig to pay for a new housing. Everything is in perfect condition, no leaks ever, well maintained, etc. Canon 7 D body Nauticam NA-7D Canon 60 mm macro lens Tokina 10-17 lens Zoom gear for Tokina Value new = $6000 Will sell for $4800 or best offer. the Nauticam housing is the best housing available for the 7D [sorry, the ports are not for sale]
  9. Used for a couple of weeks, and then has spent a lot of time in my bag. In near mint condition. I have all original materials - box, paperwork, caps, etc. $550 shipped OBO in CONUS PayPal only please
  10. Not strictly underwater gear, but I'm interested in trading my Canon 17-40L (great for split levels and general underwater use) for a Sigma 85 1.4 (Canon mount). Would be willing to throw in a bit of cash if the 85 is in good shape. The 17-40 is in perfect working condition. A bit of dust has collected internally, but it's not on any of the elements and does not affect image quality in any way shape or form. The lens has always had a filter on it, and there are no scratches to the front/rear elements or the lens body. I can provide photos upon request. I recently upgraded to a 16-35L, and have little use for my 17-40 other than as a standard zoom on a backup APS-C camera, but I'd rather trade it than sell it outright.
  11. I have a complete Film SLR package for sale. Canon Elan II Film Camera Ikelite Housing Ikelite DS 125 strobe Ikelite Arms Pelican hard case 2 ports, flat and dome I would like to sell as a complete package for $600. Buyer pays shipping and insurance.
  12. Hello people, This is my second thread on this forum in six month. The first was to ask for help for my choice of underwater housing for my canon 5DmkII. You helped me to chose the Ikelite model. I use it in artificial waters (swimming pools) for portraits. My avatar is an ilustration of it made by my girflriend with a nikon coolpix AW100. my gallery can ben found here : https://plus.google.com/photos/107511759174870952997/albums/5703530631076161553 I work "well" with sun and natural lights in my pools, and that's really fun, but I would like to go up and control my own lights. I have two choices : continuous lights and triggered lights. About continuous lights, I have spots underwater (minimum control, white balance not easy) and spots out of water. That's the easy way. About triggered lights : I have nothing. Not underwater, not out of water. That's the hard way. My question : What can I use for triggering the slaves flashes ? I see two ways : 1 : remote triggering by wireless or cable signal. 2 : slave/master triggering with a main flash accorded to the ikelite housing. Point 2 is quite "easy" I suppose : All I have to buy is ikelite flashes with arms and use them as trigger. But I would like to consider point 1. The question, more specialy, is : is there a remote device or a cable device or something that I can adapt to the ikelite and has someone made it before me and could help me with those tricks ? I thank you in advance for your help and hope it is the right forum. I hesitate to post in the technical forum but I thought it was quite a newbie question...
  13. Hi everyone. I'm looking for some advice on a possible camera upgrade. I am looking at purchasing a canon 5d mk3 but i would like to know what lenses people are using & what you find works & more importantly, what doesn't work. Both macro & wide. Is anyone using the canon 17-40mm & what macro lenses? I am leaning towards an ikelite housing. Is anyone using one of these? Even a 5d mk2 version? Any feedback on the housing would be greatly appreciated also. Thankyou. Cheers pete.
  14. For Sale: Ikelite Housing #6871.50 including: Standard 6" Dome Port #5503 (with neoprene cover) Dual Tray Handle Standard Zoom Clamp and Sleeve #9059.8 Special Zoom Clamp and Sleeve #5509.28 Original Literature and Instruction Manuals Housing O-ring and 3x spares Port O-ring Maintenance Kit (as included with OEM package) Silicon Grease Also included Canon EOS450D Camera with original packaging including: Digital Camera EOS450D Zoom Lens EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Wide Strap EW-100DBIII Battery Charger LC-E5E Battery Pack LP-E5 Interface Cable IFC-200U Video Cable VC-100 (only if I can find it) Software (CD-ROM) Both the housing and camera are in excellent fully-working condition. The housing had a minor flood event (completely operator fault) a couple of years ago. The housing was serviced by Ikelite with strobe electronics replaced. The housing was also upgraded to a four port lock system at the same time. The housing has since been serviced (last month) where the front polycarbonate case has been completely replaced along with the housing locks. This was my first UW setup and has been fantastic. Simple to use and reliable with plenty of features to snap some great shots. Asking AUD$1300.00 plus shipping+insurance Post, PM or email my username at gmail dotcom.
  15. I upgraded my camera kit recently, and so I am selling my Canon A630 PowerShot & Canon WP-DC8 Housing (polycarbonate). Both are lightly used (on 3 trips since 2008), and in excellent condition, and I think I have priced them competitively (the housing alone actually sells for more -- runs about $125-$150 on eBay from what I could tell). I am selling both together for $180 (I have it on eBay with bids starting at $125) The camera takes great pictures (even has an underwater mode), I am only selling it because I have upgraded from a point-and-shot to an interchangeable lens camera. It is a light and easy to handle, great underwater if you want a "starter scuba" kit. I am throwing in rechargeable batteries and charger, and a 2GB memory card, and all the manuals, etc.... The link (to my eBay ad) is below. If you have any questions, feel free to drop me an email at metrodcbasil@me.com http://www.ebay.com/...984.m1555.l2649
  16. FS: SEA&SEA Housings, CANON D60 & REBEL Cameras Dual Strobes, Arms, Ball Joints, Plates Syncs, Power cords, Aiming Light, O-Ring Kits Fish Eye Dome Port, Flat Port, NOT a scratch on them ! 28mm-90mm & 20mm Lenses, Gears Lots of extras, everything like "New" in the boxes Take it ALL for $4,000. or everything but 1 camera & housing make an offer. 305-949-1194 or adventurescuba1@bellsouth.net
  17. Like new condition Kenko 1.4 Pro 300 DG Teleconverter for Canon EOS This TC works with WAM (wide angle macro) and extreme super-macro with a 20mm port extension. See my Nauticam 20mm locking extension listed for their SLR housings. Theirs also a special Tokina 10-17mm + Kenko zoom gear available. Cost new $249, will sell for $135 + $15 shipping to anywhere in the US. Reply and CC to: mcolleypublic@gmail.com
  18. Canon-Tokina 10-17mm + Kenko 1.4 TC zoom gear for Nauticam SLR housings. Excellent for WAM (wide angle macro) photography. Tokina 10-17 focuses right up to the face of the port (already sold ZEN port). Used a couple times and like new. Cost $175 new, will sell for $135 $6 shipping to anywhere in the US. Please reply and CC to: mcolleypublic@gmail.com Please see my other listed items for 20mm Nauticam locking extension and Kenko Teleplus Pro 300 teleconverter that works with this zoom gear.
  19. I just can not justify owning such a spectacular UW photo package and not using it. Somehow I just don't have time for diving or UW photography so... Hoping to sell this gear as a package as much as possible. All of it was bought Feb 1, 2012 and there is less than 20 dives on the whole system. There are some very faint scratches on the outside on the dome port but they don't show up in pictures. Seriously, are there any plexiglass dome ports out there without slight scratches??? Here is what I have for sale: -Aquatica 5dmk2 Housing with dual Bulkheads & Aquaview - That's right - WITH AQUAVIEW!!! -8" Dome Shade -8" Acrylic Dome -Neoprene Cover for 8" Dome with Shade -Manual Focus Extension Ring (focus gear included) -Zoom Gear for EF16-35L -Extension to Port Lock -Sea & Sea YS110a Strobes -Sea & Sea Nikonos Style Sync Cord -ULCS New Style Clamps -ULCS 8" Double Ball Arms -TLC Ball Head Adapter for S&S Strobes -iTorch Video Pro 4 Video/Focus Light -1" Ball to Flat Plate -ULCS Long Style Clamp for Video Light -Ball with 1⁄4-20 Stud for mounting to housing -Protective Body Cap for Aquatica Housing -Protective Body Cap for Aquatica Housing -Rear Port Cover for Aquatica Housing -Maintenance Kit for Aquatica 5dmk2 Housing I originally paid $8,057.38 CAD plus tax for this package. Asking price - $5,500.00 CAD. This equipment is all located in Ontario Canada. Buyer pays shipping (and duty if required). Contact me with any questions you might have. Here are some pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomcomet/sets/72157631892004279/ Tom
  20. Hola all. I am selling my Ikelite SLR Housing for the Canon 5D (#6871.05). I purchased the housing in hopes to put together a great underwater rig but my family has been hit with some financial strain and I was told I had to release my hold on this. Anyways I have never even used this housing and it's never been in the water, it's brand new but I do not have original box. I have all the paperwork, gears, and goodies that comes with it though. I am selling the housing for $1,000. A new housing retails for about $1600. I'll cover the shipping anywhere in the U.S. If you have any questions please let me know. I am bummed about selling this but my better half wins again. Holler and I can send pictures of the housing. Thanks for taking a look! J.C.
  21. I have a "like new" Ikelite underwater housing for a Canon 5D. Included is a flat port for a 50mm f/2.8 lens, an 8" dome port with extension for a 16-35mm f/2.8 lens (w/ B+W 77mm +4 close-up diopter NL-4), Substrobe DS-51, Digital TTL Single cord to one strobe, 8" double ball arm, 16" double ball arm. If interested, I also have a Canon 5D body for sell with the housing gear. I am asking $3000 for all the housing gear including Canon 5D camera body. w/o camera body - $2500 -or best offer- Contact: Jon Little jon@jonlittlephotography.com
  22. I have a brand new, never opened or shot, Canon EOS 650D with EF-S 18-55 IS II lens kit. I won this from a contest based in Singapore, so it is not a purchased in the USA model. 700$, free shipping in the USA.
  23. For sale, a like new Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens for the canon system. It's been well cared for and only used on a few dives. This is perhaps the most popular and highest performing wide angle fisheye lens on the market for underwater photography. It's focusing distance is so close you can use it for WAM- Wide Angle Macro especiually when combined with a 20mm port extension and the popular Kenko 1.4 TC. I'm sellin to lighten the load on my SLR system. Most of my work is in super-macro so I don't need the lens anymore. Check my other listings for the ZEN DP-100-NT (Nauticam) dome and different focus gears that go with this lens, inclding both the standard 10-17 gear and the one for the 10-17 + Kenko 1.4TC. Costs $ $689 new at B&H. Less then a year old ans still under warranty. The card has not been filled out. Buy in like new condition and save on tax too. Will sell for $495 plus $15 shipping to anywhere in the US. Please cc mcolleypublic@gmail.com with your replies since I don't always get them for some reason. Will provide references and eBay account info if interested.100% eBay feedback for several years.
  24. Looking for a housing for 7D Thanks!
  25. My buddy Jay is selling his sea and sea housing check it out. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sea-Sea-MDX-Underwater-Housing-for-Canon-5DMkII-/290795491167?pt=US_Camera_Underwater_Housings&hash=item43b4c30f5f. if you dont want to bid on it through ebay his email address is jay@likestoast.com
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