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  1. For Sale ikelite 6801.70 housing for Nikon D-7000. This housing has been upgraded with a Housing Sentry Complete a $700 option. This is a vacuum system with the electronic led monitoring system included. This also includes a moisture detector system a $70 option. Needless to say the housing has never been flooded. The housing has been used on a few trips but never abused. I also have the complete spares kit as sent from ikelite. I also believe that I have the original box and manual. The system is located in Cincinnati, Ohio USA and will ship anywhere as long as the buyer pays shipping, insurance and paypal fees. Because of the options I am asking $1000 for the housing.
  2. Hi, I've been using my Nikon D7000 with a Nikkor 60mm macro lens in a Sea&Sea housing since 2013 and lately gotten more and more into super macro (hairy shrimps, skeleton shrimps etc.). I have two INON UCL-165 (screw on), but still have to crop more than I would like if I take a picture of something like a Costasiella kuroshimae (Sheep nudibranch) and the depth of field gets ridiculous. I'm wondering what kind of options I have in upgrading my system. Would it be wiser to go with a) stronger wet lenses b) teleconverter c) extension tube or do I have other options? What are the pros and cons? If I can get better magnification and better depth of field I'm prepared to invest in a 105mm lens and extra housing parts as well. I'd love to get some extra working distance between me and my subjects as with both wet lenses on the subject is pretty much attached to the glass. I've attached some pictures just to show my cropping issue even though the order became messed up (pic 1 and 3 are from the same picture). Best Regards, Vigfus
  3. Looking to sell my trusty Nikon D7000 camera and housing package. Still a great camera especially for those looking to step up to DSLR underwater for the first time. Includes recently serviced 7000V Nauticam housing and Nikon D7000 Camera with one battery and charger. Both units in perfect working order and priced for a quick sale. Total £1200
  4. I'm selling my MDX-D7000 underwater housing from Sea & Sea for the Nikon D7000 DSLR camera (selling separately for $480). The housing is constructed from precision-machined anodized aluminum and has a depth rating of 330'. The housing provides access to all essential camera functions via mechanical control. Price: $1,775.00 USD This housing includes all the original packaging and parts (tool kit, body port cover, leak detector, owner's manual, and housing o-ring). In addition, I'm including the following extras at no additional charge: -Ultralight ball mounts -Nikonos 5-pin bulkhead for use with Ikelite sync cord ($180 value), -Spare housing o-ring -Shipping and insurance for domestic shipping! Add-ons I'm selling either together or separately: -Nikon D7000 body: $480 -Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens: $425 -Sea & Sea zoom gear for Tokina fisheye: $175 If interested, please email me at michael@seainfocus.com. Thanks!
  5. Hi I am looking to buy a second hand Aquatica, Nauticam, or Sea & Sea Housing for a Nikon D7000 with a Tonika 10-17mm Lense. I am happy to consider buying a whole kit minus the camera if someone is upgrading. Thanks Jason
  6. I'm looking to buy a housing for my Nikon D7000. Also looking for strobes and arms as well.
  7. for sale Nauticam NA-D7000 housing for Nikon D7000 in great shape, never flooded. $2700+ Free shipping worldwide, Payment method is paypal - Nauticam NA-D7000+Nikonos TTL Bulkhead - Athena 170mm optical dome port(Never used, just opend box) - Neoprene cover for dome - Nikon 105VR gear - Tokina 10-17 Gear for NA-D7000 only $1800+ free shipping if you have any questions, contact me shjeong8@hanmail.net
  8. This Nauticam housing and tray for the Nikon D7000 needs a good home. Will sell with or without the D7000 camera body, which has been lightly used. Camera body has 3,728 shutter actuations - site states that is 2% of this camera's expected shutter life. Both are in great shape without any significant scratches, never flooded. Regular service. Has the vacuum leak detection system and added lanyard for easy carrying. Will also include camera manual and David Busch's Field Guide to the Nikon D7000. Both for $2800 or housing only for $2400 + shipping. Payment via Paypal. In Florida Keys.
  9. I have a Nauticam Nikon D7000 housing in great shape, regular service, never flooded. Has vacuum system. Includes vacuum pump, tools, o-ring, papers, etc. Also have camera body Nikon D7000. $1850 housing and $375 camera body. Paypal or meet up in S. FL (I am in Keys).
  10. I am selling my Nauticam Nikon D7000 housing with vacuum check and leak detection system as well as a Nauticam 8.5" Acrylic Dome Port and Nauticam Extension Ring 20. This setup was used with the popular Tokina 10-17mm lens. The port and ring are only 2 months old and have only seen about 10 dives. The housing has seen about 60. Both the housing and port are in excellent condition, no scratches on either, never flooded. The vacuum and leak system works great and is easy to use. Includes all tools, parts, and paperwork as well as an extra housing o-ring. $3000 for everything plus $50 shipping to US or local pick up in South Florida (Palm Beach County). Payment by PayPal or SquareUp.
  11. Just took my Ikelite D7000 rig on its first salt water trip today. After a few minutes into the dive, the back camera buttons would not function, even though the camera was able to take a photo. I could get Live View to come on but the "INFO" and [ | > ] buttons would not respond to pushing. It worked fine in the pool a week ago. As soon as I released the vacuum (underwater camera stuff vacuum) and took the camera out of the housing, the buttons were functional again. Any reason this could have been an issue or has anyone experienced the same thing?
  12. I have been doing some research on previous posts and have seen that a lot of people suggested the Pelican 1510. I have heard that getting the ikelite into the case is a tight squeeze, does anyone currently use this setup to travel with their Ikelite SLR housing? I have a Lowpro backpack to transport my camera already but I was wondering if anyone has come up with any other carry-on options to fit an Ikelite rig. I really don't want to have to check the housing. If you have pics of your setup in a Pelican 1510 I would love to see it to get a better feel for the size of it/what I could fit in it. Thanks!
  13. Looking to buy a used Ikelite housing for a Nikon D7000. I already have ports and strobes just looking for the housing. Thanks!
  14. Currently shooting with Nikon D7000 and have a Ewa-Marine U-BXP100 Soft Underwater Housing, but want to move to something more ridged and control user friendly. Anyone have good advice on housing for D7000? (enter level) Anyone used this case below or think its any good? http://www.ebay.com/...=item417fa972ea Thanks in advance SC
  15. Hi All I have a trip to Socorro planned and am trying to work out what I am going to take with me. My current setup consists of a D7000 + nauticam housing, tokina 10-17 + mini dome and a TC (I am assuming the macro is staying at home) I wanted to get peoples feedback on what is good and bad with the current setup and then options on another lens that I could purchase and take. Let me know what you think
  16. Hi there, I am looking for a housing for my Sony NEX-7 camera, preferably with 16-50 lens port as well as an adapter for a 67mm wet lens or a housing for my Nikon D7000 (with Life View option) with optical bulkhead, preferably with a 60mm port and 67 adapter Thanks, Ben
  17. Ikelite housing for Nikon D7000, 2 j old. Perfect condition 650 Euro, 885 US dollars.
  18. Hello, I sell my almost new and less then one year old BS Kinetics carbon housing for a Nikon D7000. The housing is in perfect condition. I switch to a smaller system because we do many alpine trekking dives... I sell the whole housing kit which includes: BS Kinetics D7000 housing with grip arm, leakage warning, standard viewfinder and one nikonos bulkhead 9" Polycarbonat Dome for fisheye or wideangle lens Macro Dome for 105mm macro lens Actual online store price about 2900 Euro -> to sell the kit for 1500 Euro If you have question just write me. Here a link to some pictures here the link Here the link to the German manufacturer http://bskinetics.com/languages/en/photo_en/dahna_en.html Regards, Andi sunanddive.com
  19. Sea & Sea MDX-D7000 Body- Hardly Used Was $2400; Now Asking $2100 Free Ground Shipping in the USA! (Shipping Insurance +$30.00) Contact mike@evolutionunderwater.com for more info. Comes with Tool Kit, Body Port Cover, Manual and Spare O'ring w/grease. This MX-D7000 housing (for the Nikon DSLR D7000) has been in the water less than a dozen times and is in mint condition with very minor cosmetic wear. Manual, spare housing o-ring and tools included. I have been using Sea & Sea gear on a professional level for more than 8 years and I am very happy with the performance. More info for the Nikon D7000 here: http://shop.nikonusa...uctID.226487200 Please contact: Mike@evolutionunderwater.com of www.evolutionunderwater.com for more information. More housing info: •Housing is precision CNC machined from solid block aluminum. •Ergonomically designed for ease of use and for total control of D7000 functions underwater. •Protected by a highly corrosion resistant anodized (black) coating. •A/R (anti-reflective) coated LCD rear display window accepts VF-45 prism viewfinder. •Port lock system prevents an attached port from loosening while in use. •Two fiber optic cable sockets •One sync cord connector (optional) •Dual locking latches to prevent accidental release of housing back. •Built-in Leak sensor alerts user if moisture or water-intrusion is detected. •Construction: Body: Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy (machined)/anodized body, grip: corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy (die-cast) •Depth rating: 330ft/100m
  20. Hi I am looking for an Aquatica, Nauticam, or Sea&Sea Housing for Nikon D7000. Happy to consider buying a whole kit if someone is upgrading. Thanks Jason
  21. I have a Nauticam NA-D7000 Housing for sale. Excellent condition, never flooded, purchased new from Reef Photo 8/11. Will include ball mounts (not pictured). Asking $2000. Selling after changing to another camera/housing.
  22. Aquatica D7000 Housing with Deep Spring kit installed, 4" bk-7 Glass Mini Dome, Extension Ring and Zoom Gear for Tokina 10-17mm lens, +Extras Rig has only been used a few dozen times and everything is in pristine / like-new condition. The external hydrophone has been removed and replaced with a Nikonos Bulkhead so you can connect strobes with direct sync cord or with fiber optic through the other bulkheads. This is great for backups or if you ever find yourself borrowing strobes from a fellow diver. The rig already already picks up external noise extremely well on the D7000 internal mic. Included: -Aquatica Nikon AD7000 housing with dual optical fiber ports (for Sea & Sea and Inon type), and 1 nikonos style bulkhead for nikonos style sync cords with cap. -Factory installed conversion spring kit for 425ft/130m depth rating -Factory installed leak sensor -Aquatica 4" glass mini-dome (including neoprene dome cover), glass is in perfect condition. -Aquatica extension ring (18456) + zoom gear (48717) for Tokina 10-17mm fisheye -Xit 404 body cap -Strobe arm base ball adapters and carry handle Prices new are: D7000 Housing - $2939 Deep Kit - $69 4" Mini Dome - $699 Extension Ring - $220 Zoom Gear - $130 Xit 404 Body Cap for Aqautica housings - $50 Ultralight (ULCS) Base Adapter - Wide (x2) - $48 Sea & Sea handle brackets (x2)- $40 Removable handle with SS bolt snaps - $10 Total: $4205 Asking $3000 +shipping costs.
  23. hi i'm looking for a Hugyfot housing for the or d7100 inkl. gear for sigma 105mm macro (flatport) and nikon 10-24mm (domeport). aditionally a 45° viewfinder and a inon z-240. if you have any of these items, specially a hugyfot d7100 housing, feel free to PN me. thx
  24. D7000 in near new condition with only 1079 actuations. Was a backup body. Camera is in perfect working order (except for whatever reason) battery icon in LCD does not light up. Does NOT affect camera performance. For this monor flaw will sell for 425.00, not including shipping/ins/paypal fees. Includes original packaging, strap, caps, manual, cables, etc. Contact jcdovala@verizon.net
  25. This housing only used 25-30 times. I'm rarely using DX these days. Everything works and is in very fine condition. Includes handles, standard viewfinder, 2 nikonos bulkheads, leak detector, and manual - NO PORTS. 1250.00 (excludes shipping, ins., and paypal fees) Aditional pics on request. PLEASE use email jcdovala@verizon.net
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