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  1. I am selling my used Nauticam 4.33" Fisheye Dome Port #36132 , N85, used condition, some little scratches, with neopren cover new Price € 299 located in Graz, Austria I also have an Olympus 8mm 1.8 Pro Fisheye and a Nauticam N85 20mm extension to sale.
  2. Hi, I own a Secam housing for the Canon 5D Mark2. For travelling I want to reduce the baggage weight. I am now wondering, if it is ok to use the Seacam Wide Port with the Canon 17-40mm and also with the Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye. Does this work well? Does somebody work with this combination? Thanks in advance Armin
  3. Sigma 4.5mm F2.8 EX DC HSM Circular Fisheye - Nikon Mount Excellent condition lens, no fungus, mold, mildew or scratches. As new condition with minimal use. £490 / $635 ono plus tracked shipping costs from Thailand. PM or email alex@dive4photos.com Full spec can be found at https://www.sigmaphoto.com/45mm-f28-ex-dc-hsm-circular-fisheye
  4. I do a lot of in-stream photography and I would like to use a compact 6" dome on my Ikelite housing rather than the giant 8" dome. This is for an A7RII and primarily a 28mm F/2 with fisheye converter. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this setup or if someone knows if it's possible or not. Ikelite's port chart makes no reference to the 6-inch dome other than that the 15mm Sigma causes vignetting. I tried to contact Ikelite with no success. I also got in touch with Backscatter.com but they didn't seem to have any idea either. Thanks. Thought I'd check in with folks here before I fork money over to try it out.
  5. I am selling all my UW Photo set as I stop diving. All items have been always well taken care of. Camera (Sony A850 , http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/reviews/digital-slrs/sony-alpha-a850) has 4000 actuations and really looks like new. Sensor has been professionally cleaned. All lenses are perfect, no dust, no scratches, no mold... etc. The housing has never been flooded, and perfectly maintained. All O-Rings checked. The housing has a built-in leak detector (LED and accoustic) Comes with the standard viewfinder and a complete set of spare parts (o-ring, accessories) the 2 ports come with rear cap to protect the baionet, as well as neopren cover to protect the glass The dome port has really NO scratches. The 3 strobes (2 for macro and 1 for the wide-angle/fisheye) have been services by Subtronic and works perfect. Expect minimum 150 strobes per charge at full (1:1) output and 400 strobes 1/4 power (1:4) what I used most of the times. Hence 3 dives per day without any problem before recharging. Complete set as new was more than 12,000€. Current market price of each item would put it at 6,200€. I will let it go at 4,000€ to be discussed. I pay the shipping fee to any country with SwissPost PostPac International ECONOMY (15-30 days delivery). SwissPost PostPac International PRIORITY is 70€ more for a delivery in 5-10 days that i will let decide. I would accept payment via Bank transfer to Switzerland. I am also OK with PayPal if we share the costs, maybe easier for you. (I believe around 100€ each) Here is the full list. _____________________________________________________ Photo gear Market price as used Sony A850 Full Frame DSLR 500 Minolta 16mm f2.8 Fisheye 375 Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro 420 Sigma 12-24 f3.5-5.6 II DG HSM 475 Minolta 20mm f2.8 250 Housing BS-Kinetic for Sony A850 1000 Super Wide Angle (8.5") Dome Port 800 Flat MacroPort 120 200 Extension Ring 30 100 Extension Ring 50 100 Extension Ring 60 100 O-rings and set of accessories 0 Strobes Subtronic Mini + charger 400 Subtronic Mini + charger 400 Sync Cable S6-N5 85 Sync Cable S6-N5 85 Subtronic GAMMA + Charger 600 Sync Cable N6-N5 85 Arms and Tray Tray 0 I-Das 10cm (x4) 100 Clamp (x6) 150 TOTAL 6225
  6. For sale is the Zen 100mm Fisheye Dome Port for Nauticam housings, Tokina 10-17 lens. Excellent condition, no scratches. Part # DP-100-N120T $899 new, asking $650 or best offer. Open to offers. Will load pictures asap. From Bluewater Photo: This is a small 4-inch glass dome port for use with the Tokina 10-17mm or Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens on Nauticam housings. For close-focus wide angle work, Zen Underwater is turning conventional 'big dome' wisdom on its ear with a new 100mm (4") dome port. Designed specifically for the Nikon DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED and the Tokina Fisheye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 DX zoom, the DP-100 allows the photographer to get in close where a large dome just won't go for stunning close focus wide angle images. As an added bonus, at only 340g (12oz.), the DP-100 fisheye dome port offers welcome relief to the luggage bloat of dive photo travel and the ever increasing expense associated with checking large heavy camera systems. Small and Lightweight Great for close-focus wide angle photography Includes Front Dome Cap Underwater Photos from the Zen 100mm glass dome for the Tokina fisheye The Zen 4-inch glass dome for the Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens is awesome. Zen makes versions for almost any housing brand, including Ikelite, Sea & Sea, Nauticam, Hugyfot and more. It is difficult to scratch (unlike the regular port), very small for travel, light underwater, very sharp, and it allows me to place my dome in small places where a larger dome would interfere with the subject. I like to get REALLY CLOSE to my close-focus wide-angle subjects, and the ZEN 4-inch dome let's me do that. Lighting the subject is easier than when I use a larger dome, and I like not having to use an extension ring. The only disadvantage is that you can't do over/under shots. That, and the fact that there is no good neoprene cover that will stay on the port. So protect your port! I recommend this setup for both cropped-sensor and full-frame dSLRs - Scott Gietler
  7. For sale is the Zen 100mm Fisheye Dome Port for Nauticam housings, Tokina 10-17 lens. Excellent condition, no scratches. Part # DP-100-N120T $899 new, asking $750 or best offer. Open to offers. Will load pictures asap. From Bluewater Photo: This is a small 4-inch glass dome port for use with the Tokina 10-17mm or Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens on Nauticam housings. For close-focus wide angle work, Zen Underwater is turning conventional 'big dome' wisdom on its ear with a new 100mm (4") dome port. Designed specifically for the Nikon DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED and the Tokina Fisheye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 DX zoom, the DP-100 allows the photographer to get in close where a large dome just won't go for stunning close focus wide angle images. As an added bonus, at only 340g (12oz.), the DP-100 fisheye dome port offers welcome relief to the luggage bloat of dive photo travel and the ever increasing expense associated with checking large heavy camera systems. Small and Lightweight Great for close-focus wide angle photography Includes Front Dome Cap Underwater Photos from the Zen 100mm glass dome for the Tokina fisheye The Zen 4-inch glass dome for the Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens is awesome. Zen makes versions for almost any housing brand, including Ikelite, Sea & Sea, Nauticam, Hugyfot and more. It is difficult to scratch (unlike the regular port), very small for travel, light underwater, very sharp, and it allows me to place my dome in small places where a larger dome would interfere with the subject. I like to get REALLY CLOSE to my close-focus wide-angle subjects, and the ZEN 4-inch dome let's me do that. Lighting the subject is easier than when I use a larger dome, and I like not having to use an extension ring. The only disadvantage is that you can't do over/under shots. That, and the fact that there is no good neoprene cover that will stay on the port. So protect your port! I recommend this setup for both cropped-sensor and full-frame dSLRs - Scott Gietler
  8. I have switched to Canon and now have several Nikon lens' to get rid of. They are as follows: Nikon AF-S 105 macro $600 Nikon AF-S 60 macro $400 Nikon 50 1.4G $300 Tokina 10-17 Fisheye $400 Tokina 12-24 Wide Angle $300 Sigma 15 Fisheye $400 Kenko 1.4 Teleconverter $100 All prices in USD. Buyer pays shipping. Open to offers especially if taking the whole lot. Thanks a lot, Sean
  9. This is a great kit, old but in good condition, complete with spares, O-rings etc, all neoprene protectors and pelican case. Never flooded and well cared for but unused for the past couple of years as I no longer work as a diver. D200 with leak detect alarm (vis+audio) CSM switch,dual strobe bulkheads €800 Flat port P105 €150 S180 viewfinder €800 Fisheye dome port €600 Nikon 17-35mm f 2.8 wide angle zoom lens €250 Nikon 105mm f 2.8 macro lens €250 Zoom gear 17-35mm €50 Focus gear for 105mm €50 Shift gear for 105mm €50 Macromate +2 diopter (incl Seacam +2 diopter) €200 Nikonos to Ikelite iTTL dual sync €100 Ikelite SS200 strobe €200 D200 camera body €200 I would rather sell as a package but I will accept reasonable offers for individual items. Buyer pays the shipping from Spain. Any questions, please feel free to ask.
  10. Hi there, I'm selling my Sigma 15mm f/2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye Autofocus Lens for Canon EF-mount. It's be rarely used. It's basically brand new, with original box, carry-case, etc. Asking: $400 US, buyer pays shipping. I am willing to ship to anywhere in the USA or Canada. If in Canada, I accept Interac e-Transfers, and for US, Paypal. I'm located in Montreal, Canada. Thanks! Vadim
  11. Selling my Samyang / Walimax / Rokinon 7.5mm Fish-Eye, since not needed anymore. Primarily used with my Olympus OM-D EM-1 in a Nauticam housing. Best dome port for it is the 'Nauticam 4.33" dome port for Lumix G Fisheye 8 mm'. The lens is in great condition as you can see in the pictures. Data: Focal length: 7,5mm Aperture: f/3.5 - f/22 Type: MFT (for Olympus and Panasonic/Lumix) min. focus distance: 0.09 m Coverage: 180° Dimensions (L x W): 48.3 x 60 mm Weight: 197 g Included items: -Samyang 7,5mm Fisheye -Front cap -Back cap -Focus gear for Nauticam housings can be added for extra 10€. Negotiable price: 239€ Located in Germany
  12. For sale is the Panasonic 8mm Fisheye. Lens is in excellent condition. No damage, no scratches. Just looking to update to the Oly fisheye. Asking $450 for this lens, which is a good asking price from what I've seen online. This does not include shipping, which will be determined by shipping address. U.S. buyers only please.
  13. Hi, what's the optimal port for the Canon 15mm fisheye lens + Metabones IV adapter inside an Ikelite A7R II housing and the 8-inch dome? Ikelite only lists the Sigma 15mm fisheye lens + Metabones on its website and I think the Canon lens is a few millimeters shorter? Thanks a lot for any help.
  14. Hi there. For sale: Aquatica 4" Fisheye Dome port #30200 (for m4/3) along with a neoprene cover. Condition: Perfect. Has barely been used. Reason for sale: Bought it with the housing. Don't have any lenses for it and got the 8" dome so no reason for keeping both. Asking price: Goes for $400 (new is $529). Item is located in Iceland. However, I will be in California in a week (end of May) which makes shipping in the USA very easy. Can also ship worldwide. Sincerely, Sverrir
  15. FOR SALE: Tokina 10-17mm super wide angle fisheye zoom lens (AT-X107 DX 10-17mm f3.5-4.5) for Nikon digital SLR cameras. SN7813806 Superb wide angle zoom lens- sharp, super close focus, the most versatile wide angle reef/big animal/wreck lens you can buy. Even allows close focus wide angle macro shooting. My lens is in mint condition, clean glass, clean contacts, works perfectly. Comes with everything it originally came with- box, front and back caps. I'm the original owner. Price: $330 USD, includes shipping (to continental 48) and payment by Paypal. For cash payments and local delivery, I'll reduce a few bucks. See photos below. If you are seriously interested, please contact me directly (see below) for more information, to discuss payment, shipping, etc. Thanks very much for your interest. Brandon Cole Tel: 509-535-3489 E: brandoncole (at) msn.com
  16. Does anyone have a good measurement for the least parallax point for the Sigma 15mm fisheye (Nikon mount)? From the lens mount surface preferably. (It's not a "no parallax point" because it varies with angle of incidence, or something like that.) I am making up a 6" dome port and would like to put the center of curvature of the dome on the least parallax point.
  17. Selling like new, used on one dive trip FIX NEO DX2000SWR video/focus light. Comes flawless, complete with original accessories,manuals and box. Purchased new in September for $900 Asking $750 with Free Cont.US shipping Will ship worldwide!
  18. I am on the hunt for a 4k video solution and stranded at the RX100 mk IV. Decent IQ, modest pricing, cheap housings. First of: I am eying the Fantasea frx100 housing(s), does it have any significant drawback compared to Ikelite? Speaking of Fantasea, does the mk IV camera fit in the mk III housing? Fantasea offers a retrofitting service, can it be done at home? As for optics, I want the best. Does the WWL-1 have any serious (and somewhat lighter...) competitors in the wet wide lens department?
  19. I have this Tokina 10-17mm fish-eye lens for sale, it's only a few months old, and has had vey light use. The only signs of wear is a tiny scuff on the lens cap. Selling due to upgrading to FX lens, so this will no longer be of use to me. Looking for around £300. UK based, but will ship abroad. Any questions or interest drop me a PM.
  20. Hey there! Well that pretty much sums it up. I shoot the Olympus E-M1 in the Nauticam NA-EM1 housing and I'm trying to decide between these two wide angle options. I've always wanted a fisheye as I've usually shot the 9-18 mm Olympus up till now, but now I wonder if that new f/1.8 fisheye won't be too wide? I just don't have the experience using it but thinking back on my prior photography, I'm thinking wouldn't the 7-14 be a better all around option? My next trip will be a Bimini great hammerhead outing in January and I'm hoping to take one (though I certainly don't want to spend on both!) along with me. Clearly the dome port options will vary greatly (and be incompatible) between the fisheye and the rectilinear 7-14, but I'll likely stick with the glass Zen or Nauticam ones. More specifically, if I go with the fisheye, there seem to be both a smaller mini (Zen DP-100-N85) and larger dome port option (Zen DP-170-N85)....I wonder how they compare optically as I'm sure the smaller (? mini) dome would be perhaps more travel friendly. Any advice from folks shooting these 2 lenses would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much. Bogdan
  21. Hello! i would be interested in the new 8mm pro Olympus lens to use with Nauticam and the E-M1. I bought the lens but it doesn't fit with my Zen DP-170 n85 II, the integrated extension is to long. Now i wonder if the lens is that much better for underwater use? Is it possible to use the f1,8 with results that are useable? Beforei buy the 20mm extension for the 4,33"and maybe also for a new to buy DP-170 n85 i want to know if it is worth it! Has somebody taken images unterwater with f1,8-2,5 and willin to show them? Can somebody report his expieriences? Thanks, best regards Armin
  22. Compact wide-angle underwater underwater photography package: Olympus OM-D EM-5 16MP digital mirrorless micro 4/3 camera; Panasonic Lumix 8mm fisheye lens; Nauticam underwater housing; Nauticam 4.33 inch acrylic dome port; tray with two handles; two mounting balls; hand strap; LED hotshoe flash trigger; all original boxes and documentation for all items, including charger and accessory flash for camera, all front & back caps, manuals, etc.; housing is fitted with a bulkhead that allows remote triggering of the camera for polecam use (trigger not included) – if desired this can be replaced with a traditional bulkhead fitting for electronic strobe triggering, however current setup allows strobe triggering via either on-camera flash, or via hotshoe LED trigger. All equipment is in near pristine condition, very lightly used. This was my backup kit for travel – very easy to pack, and also served as a small, lightweight polecam, and as a “digital Nikonos” that I could hang around my neck and easily carry on long swims. I’ve been very happy with this, and am only selling it to upgrade to a new mirrorless with higher resolution. I only used this with the fisheye lens and matching port, and do not have any other lenses or ports for sale, but there is a wide selection available from other sources. $1995 for entire package. Gear is located in Kona, Hawaii, USA. Shipping is additional.
  23. Has anyone used the Subawider III corrector as an adapted wet lens on film/FF cameras? Apparently its sibling, the Subawider II provides great results on the AW-1.
  24. As NEW Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X 107 DX AF Fisheye Lens for Nikon mount. It's $549 new anywhere, this lens is LIKE NEW. You can see by the images that this lens is in pristine condition. This essential lens is a must have for any Nikon DX camera. $400 This lens gives the digital photographer an approximate 180° field of view with dramatic curvature of field or “fish-eye” effect. With this lens an entire view or vista can be captured, wider than the human eye can see. The AT-X 107 opens an entirely new dimension of photography. Unlike other fish-lenses, the AT-X 107 DX gives a full corner-to-corner image. The front element of the AT-X 107 DX has a newly formulated WR or “Water Repellent" optical coating on the glass. This new coating makes marks such as spots left by water or finger-prints much easier to clean than standard multi-coating.** The rear optical group of the lens contains 1 SD (Super-Low Dispersion) glass element to reduce the number of elements (pieces of glass) in the optical design in order to make the lens more compact, light-weight and faster focusing. This lens is designed to work with cameras that have an APS-C sized sensor only. This lens will sell fast! PayPal payment preferred. Whatever method of shipping you would like would be additional. *Contact me if you have any questions regarding this awesome lens. Located in West Palm Beach, FL *****I have a Sea and Sea Zoom Gear for this lens as well, will also fit the Canon 16-35mm F/2.8L***** The zoom gear new is $219 everywhere, it's like NEW. I'll sell it for $150 and if purchased with the lens $100. It's a zoom gear, new/used same thing. Save yourself some money $$$$ This is an expensive hobby we have, go ahead pull the trigger! $500 together or $400 and $150 separate.
  25. Seacam Superdome & Fisheye Dome (160mm) for sale Both in great condition, UK based but willing to ship internationally. Superdome: £900 Fisheye Dome (160mm): £500 Contact me with any questions.
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