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  1. Hi, Does anyone have any experience with the Pro-One 180mm Optical Glass Dome Port? http://www.pro-one1.com/sub2_1_e.html It looks similar to other ports, but I can find very little about it online. Thanks Lawrence
  2. I am selling a Nexus (Anthis) WP-7 port (model 18305) it will fit M5 port thread - See attached photo. It is in excellent shape, optical glass, small and light weight. It will work with the Nikon 20mm f2.8, 24mm f2.8, 28mm f2.8 lens. I am asking $275.00 USD + shipping Contact: Shark girl at: sweeneynz@gmail.com
  3. Sea & Sea MDX300 with dome port, w/ neoprene cover, macro port (never used), gears for Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom, Nikkor 12-24mm zoom (and port ext. ring and +2 diopter) and the Nikkor 105mm macro lens respectively. Also included is a custom designed and fabricated for this unit out of titanium, a bracket for tripod mount and dovetail bases on the bottom of the rig, by DES Corp. Bought new in January 2010, maybe has 100 dives. Never a problem, well maintained by an owner who has had housed cameras since 1996, without a flood, ever. No issue with unit or manufacturer, just wanting to upgrade. Very fine equipment. Body and port caps included as well as all documentation and original boxes. You can check out many of the images captured on my website: http://www.wrightcreativeservices.com or check out my albums on Facebook under my name: Dan Wright. Many other pieces and parts available for TLC and Ultralight arms, Ikelite strobes and mounts, just let me know what you need, I probably can hook you up at a decent price. Problem solver here, we can make your system work! Thank you for checking... $2700 call me at 917-617-4536 Note that I added photos, but the exceptions in the sale are the Inon swivel finder is not included, I illustrated the standard finder laying next to the housing, and the 10-17mm Tokina lens and the Nikkor 105mm lens. The gears on the lenses are what is for sale only, not the lenses. I will also throw in the four dovetail bases which are on the rig currently and in the photos.
  4. Hi there, I'm now selling my Aquatica housing for the Canon 5D Mark II. I have the following: Original Aquatica 5DMII housing with dual bulkhead & audio/visual alarm Aquatica 8" acrylic dome port Aquatica extension ring for the Canon 16-35mm lens Zoom ring for the Canon 16-35mm lens I'll also include the zoom ring for the Canon 24-70mm lens (but I'm keeping the extension ring) O-ring kit The kit is in perfect working order. There are some surface scratches on the housing from normal wear & tear but nothing which affects the performance. I had a couple of scratches on the dome port but I fixed them with the Micro Mesh kit. See http://www.aquatica.ca/en/products_ports_18405.html Total original cost US$4,238, will sell for US$2,600 or Eur2,100. Many thanks Ken
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