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  1. Sea & Sea MDX-D7000 Body- Hardly Used Was $2400; $2100; Now Asking $2000 Free Ground Shipping in the USA! (Shipping Insurance +$30.00) Contact mike@evolutionunderwater.com for more info. Comes with, Body Port Cover, Manual and Spare O'ring. Does not come with arm bases. 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 Attached Images
  2. Phenomenal piece of engineering. Upset about having to sell. Been taken very good care of. No scratches on dome. Housing includes handle ball mounts (as pictured). Bought ~12 months ago in Australia. Listing on ebay for housing: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230966570009&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:GB:1123 Listing on ebay for dome port: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230966633246&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:GB:1123 Listing on ebay for extension ring: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230966642053&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:GB:1123 Listing on ebay for Sigma 8-16mm zoom gear: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=230966638096&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:GB:1123
  3. I have a Nikon D7000 and am looking to put together an Ikelite housing for it. I'd like to keep the budget down by buying used which is good for you if you have been wanting to recoup some money to use towards your next upgrade. I'd also consider a D7100 setup if it came with the D7100 body. I have a Nikin105mm VR macro lens, a Nikon 10-24mm, and a Nikon 18-105mm VR that would work in a housing. So, I'm looking for ports that would be compatible. I'm looking to pay 50 cents on the (retail) dollar or less depending on what the going rate is for an item. Specific items I'm looking for as well as approximate price I'd pay: Note: I'm wanting (2) strobes/lights and arms $750 Ikelite 6801.70 - D7000 housing $550 Ikelite 4061.1 - DS-161 Substrobe TTL Flash video light with charger and battery ($550 per light kit. $1100 for 2) $50 Ikelite 4103.52 - Dual TTL sync cord ICS-5 $200 Ikelite 5510.45 - 8" dome $75 Ikelite 5510.22 - Port Body $85 Ikelite 5510.28 - Port Body extension $5 Ikelite 5509.18 - Zoom Sleeve $100 Ikelite 5510.35 - Flat Port $85 Ikelite 5510.75 - Focus Port extension $125 Ikelite 4086.61 - SA-100 Arms ($125 for 2 arms) I'm in Seattle, WA, USA. Not looking to purchase from outside the USA due to shipping and time. Serious replies only please. Feel free to post links to your ads if you already have parts advertised. I have already sent some PM based on recent ads. Thanks.
  4. I am selling my trusted Nauticam NA-D7000 with macro port 87 (for 105mm) Nauticam NA-D7000 Housing with Lanyard & Strobe mounting ball joints Nauticam Macro Port 87 (for 105mm lens) All items are in good condition £1400.00 exc delivery (Nikon D7000 Camera Body with 3 batteries, charger, strap & manual is available to the purchaser of the housing - £520.00) Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Item is in Menorca but happy to ship to your destination at cost For further Information please contact: David@digitaldiving.co.uk
  5. I'm looking to upgrade to an dSLR system. Preferably an ikelite system so I can afford additional ports etc, but ill consider other housing brands based on price. Relatively new camera ideally d7000 but will consider d90, d300, canon m5 (based on price) and 600d. Shipping from EU. If you have anything available sent me a PM Thanks
  6. I have a complete housing system for sale for the Nikon D7000. A sweet rig, particularly with the 9" glass dome! Includes: Aquatica D7000 housing with Dual Fiber Optic Aquatica Megadome - Glass 9.25 inch Dome Aquatica Extension Ring: 28.5mm, 1.12" Aquatica Zoom Gear: Tokina 12-24mm or Sea & Sea YS-D1 DS-TTL Strobe Sea & Sea Fiber Optic Sync Cord L-Type Ultralight Dovetail Base Bracket - Female Ultralight Dovetail Base Adaptor-Male Ultralight 8" Double Ball Arm Ultralight Single Ball Arm, Sea & Sea end 8" Ultralight New Style Clamp (15 degrees side movement) Aquatica Flash Blocker / Shade Ring for Fisheye Lenses Aquatica o-ring kit All shipped in a Thinktank Airport International V 2.0 (Medium Roller Bag) This is a GREAT system! Only used on 2 dives for a commercial assignment. Like new! Need money for another project. Otherwise I'll keep it. Save $2000 over new. $4275 takes it all. Item can also be seen on eBay with lots of photos at http://www.ebay.com/itm/151007871165?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  7. Hello there, After a few years, I now feel the need to upgrade my camera for underwater photography. I would be interested to buy a full package, must be nikon and at least as good as the D7000. Thanks for your offers. I'm a serious buyer. Regards, Camille
  8. This housing used only a few times. Has some light scratches and scuffs on bottom. Inside had been exposed to fresh water but no corrosion and all controls/flash working fine. 1995.00 (excluding paypal, shipping, and ins fees) Returning to full frame. More pics upon request. email off forum jcdovala@verizon.net
  9. Hey there, After all the readings, I was going to order my Nikon D7000 and the Ikelite housing for it. I currently own a DS160 and 161 strobe as I was going to upgrade from my canon G9.... I know that the OM-D is not a DSLR, but from the readings that I did, it looks like the OM-D is not a bad camera at all and very similar to the D7000. If I consider the setup price, they both are about the same for the camera, lenses and housing (Nauticam for OMD). If I'd go for the OMD, I would have sell my Ikelite strobes and buy 2 Z240, giving me a lighter setup. Just wondering what your thoughts the quality of the D7000 over the OMD. Cheers and thanks for all the great help. Ben
  10. Does anyone know where I can purchase a new or used Sea & Sea D7000 housing? (Discontinued by S&S.) Thanks. Bob
  11. Questions on Ikelite D7000 housing, ports and lenses. Hi there, I have been reading and reading, and I think it's time for me to move away from my Canon G9 in Ikelite housing, with 2DS strobes to a DSLR. On land, we have a D7000 for family shots and I'm thinking of buying a second one for UW. Unfortunately, I'm on a tight budget, so it will have to be the Ikelite housing. Lens wise, from the research/reading I have done, I will start of with a Tokina 10-17 and a Nikon 60 AF-D for now (is that the correct one?) and hopefully a 105mm later Now, I was wondering what ports I should get. For the 60mm, should I get the Ikelite standard flat port (with plastic lens) or the modular port (with glass lens, so better quality?) That way I can use it later with the 105? Although the modular port also has more potential of water entry as you screw several parts together Ultimately, it would be great if there was a 67mm thread so I can add a Subsee 10+ diopter too (with the 105) For the Tokina, should I go with a dome? The Ikelite one (if so, which one)? or the one from UWcamerastuff? Another (silly) question, do the ports come with the zoom gear? Or do I have to order them separately? Thanks a lot for all your support, Cheers, bgfspeedy
  12. Hi all, I'm moving over to full frame so am cleaning out my DX cupboard. Nikon D7000 body (complete with 2 x 32gb SD cards) £650 Sigma 17-70mm f2.8-4.5 DC Macro (complete with Nauticam zoom gear) £320.00 (not the HSM version) Sigma 170-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG (complete with filter and lens coat neoprene cover) £400.00 Sigma 8-16mm F4.5-5.6 HSM (complete with Nauticam zoom gear) £450.00 Nikon 55-200mm f4.5-6 VR G ED (complete with filter) £120.00 Sony NEX-5N camera (with two batteries and double charger) with 18-55mm lens £400 Sony E 30mm f/3.5 Macro lens £135 Nauticam bayonet to Subal Type 3 port adaptor £100 Kenko Teleplus Pro 300 2 x teleconvertor (Nikon) £150 Kenko Teleplus Pro 300 DG 1.4 x teleconvertor (Nikon) £100 Light and Motion SOLA 600 focus/video light (Locline fitting) 275 Lowe Pro Rolling Computekker wheeled bag £55 All the above is in excellent condition. Discounts possible on bulk purchases! Shipping at buyers cost and international shipping is fine. Paypal is also welcome. Please PM me or mail for more details or pictures. Adam
  13. Hello Peeps, I've got a 5months old Version 2 Seacam D7000 for SALE ( Body ). Item is in Singapore. Buyer to pay postage. Condition is mint 9/10. It's been my backup for my D3.. So if you're intrested. Please email me at imp@escapeinc.com.sg
  14. My entire Nauticam D7000 System is for sale for both macro and wide angle. Equipment for Sale: Nikon D7000 Body + 18-105 Kit Lens Nauticam NA D7000 Housing (original) Nauticam to Subal adapter Type 3 Subal Type 3 4in Mini-dome + extension for correctly aligning the 10-17 Subal Type 3 Flat Port (for Nikon 60mm) Subal port extender (for Nikon 105mm) Tokina 10-17mm Nikon 60mm Macro (G ED) Nikon 105mm Macro (non VR) Willing to part with it for $5,800. Located in the US (Miami), buyer pays shipping of his or her choice. Brand new, this is a nearly $8,000 system and is one of best set ups for Underwater Photography on the market today. I would like to sell this system complete to a loving home and am not interested in breaking the system up at the moment. Since our son was born, I am just not able to find the time to dive as much. The little diving I have done has meant travel (difficult to travel with a baby and full DSLR housing). I've actually used my former compact system more! The housing is in incredible condition. Despite being two years old, it has less than 20 dives and has just returned from Reef Photo & Video with a full service. All lenses are in like new condition with clean optics. Both the mini dome and flat port are in very good condition with clean optics. Photos below, however please PM me for more details & photos Additional items I am willing to sell individually are: Tokina 11-17mm $500 Nikon 70-300 $350 Nikon 50mm 1.8 $100 Kenko 1.4 Teleplus Pro 300 teleconverter $50 Nikon SB-900 Speedlight Flash $400 Subal Type 3 8in Dome Port - $300 (FD: it has two small scratches on the glass. They do not show up in photos unless directly pointed into the sun and are easily fixable in post) Please PM for further details
  15. I am selling the following, everything is in perfect working order and has been meticulously cared for. The glass on the domes is perfect, shade on the 200mm zen is slightly scruffed. The housing was fully overhauled by Nauticam USA 2 months ago (300$) 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
  16. Hello all, I'm an avid reader of this site but only a sporadic poster. However as I now feel that I have finally exhausted the potential of my trusted D70, I thought it would be best to ask for some advice before I upgrade. I would like to stick with Nikon and with DX format if possible to retain the use of the 10.5mm fisheye and also as I like the additional reach for topside work (I'm a marine biologist and do a lot of Photo ID work with cetaceans). This leaves me with 2 options as far as I can tell, the D300s or the D7000. I know this is a debate that's been done to death already so apologies for that. At first glance the D300s seemed the more attractive option to me, especially for my topside work given the faster AF and the more durable body (great against nasty salt spray and the like). However, after looking at dozens of underwater pics taken by both cameras, the D7000 seems to deliver better results. The D300s looks a little noisy to me, especially when dealing with sunballs and other wide angle work. The D7000 seems to have markedly better image quality in this respect. To be honest, the best pics i've seen in this regard from a crop sized sensor are from the Canon 7D! But I'd rather not jump ship at this juncture if possible. Am I being overly picky? And should I wait for whatever Nikon comes up with as a direct replacement for the D300s? Any help would be much appreciated Dom
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