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  1. Selling both camera and housing. Never flooded. D700 has 30,844 actuations. All works well; includes extra O-rings, batteries. NO PORTS or LENSES. Have primarily shifted to video so no longer need this workhorse. 1650.00 US for both plus shipping. Reply or email jcdovala@verizon.net camera serial # 2072231 housing serial # 20061-020
  2. For sale, one well loved Nikon D700 camera with Subal Housing, complete with dome port, macro port and extension ring and covers. Good condition. Sold as a package with D700 camera body, Subal Housing, viewfinder and all ports/extensions rings for £3750. Optional lenses, all in excellent conditions: Nikon 16mm f1-2.8 fisheye £500.00, Nikon 18-35mm f3.5-4.5D ED £250.00, Nikon 28-300mm f3.5-5.6 VR £450.00, Nikon 105mm f2.8 AF-S VR £450.00, Kenko tele plus 12/20/36mm teleconverter extension tubes £100. Can be sold as a complete package for £5250.
  3. I am looking to sell the following as a complete package. It's almost brand new, used once and tested for leaks. Perfect condition. Aquatica D500 housing with moisture sensor and dual optical bulkheads Flash trigger for the D500 Gears for the Tokina 10-17 (not the lens itself) Aquatica mini macro port 18430 Zen mini glass dome for the Tokina 10-17 DP-100-AT Vacuum (installed) - Leak sentinel V4 (tested) 2 attached ball mounts on handles Fiber optic cables for Sea & Sea strobes Total value of the set up is over $5,000 and I am looking for $3,900.
  4. Sea and Sea MDX-D810 w/ YS Converter - Like New. A few cosmetic marks on the handles...other than that, perfect condition. Comes with ball mounts on handles ($35 each), YS Converter ($500), Instruction manual, spare O-ring, lube, Spare battery for leak sensor. Reason for selling - upgraded to new camera, no longer need housing. (Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.) $1500.00 Check it out on Ebay - https://www.ebay.com/itm/264209863979
  5. I couldn't help myself and upgraded from D810 to D850 so I know I need to sell my Nauticam housing for the D810. Includes vacuum seal package, original packaging, and spare bits. The housing is only 2 years old and used on 5 dive trips so it is in excellent condition. Looking for $2200 USD and will cover postage in the continental US
  6. Since underwater housings are expensive new, this is the perfect time to upgrade to a relatively new Nauticam NA-D810 housing, purchased in 2016, used only on one dive trip. Never flooded. And, I have the Nikon D810 camera for sell as well. All in excellent condition. Nauticam.com is selling the NA-D180 housing for $3700.00 so this is a real bargain. Here is what comes with the purchase of the housing: NA-D810 Housing Spare silicone rubber O-ring for housing, O-ring remover and lubricant CR-2450 Battery Instruction Manual Nauticam 20cm Lanyard and Strobe Mounting Ball Set (attached to housing and a $95.00 savings) Nauticam Single Nikonos 5-pin Bulkhead with Nikon Hotshoe (attached in housing, and a $130.00 savings) For the Nauticam NA-D810 Housing only: $1650.00 USD, excluding shipping and insurance. If using Paypal, fee will be incurred depending on country. Please PM me here, or through my website at http://www.kandfoto.comor through my Facebook page, at https://www.facebook.com/Kandfoto
  7. Hi, I have been using my Subtronic PRO160 strobes (optic fiber) and Sea&Sea YS-D1 with a Nikon D800 successfully up to shutter speeds of 1/320 (always with optic fiber using a manual led trigger that I installed in a Nauticam Housing, with camera flash sync speed set to 1/320 auto-fp). I've upgraded my camera to a Nikon D850 in a Nauticam housing with Nauticam's manual led trigger installed as default. Yesterday I've tried my Subtronic's PRO160 UW for the first and they only were able to successfully light each photo if I used shutter speeds below 1/60 (the camera configured slower speed to use with flash in A & P modes). I was shooting in manual mode as ever, flash sync speed set to 1/250*(auto fp) (also tried setting it to 1/250 but no luck). When I used shutter speeds above 1/60 the bottom of the photos became unevenly illuminated or even black (depending on aperture, ISO and strobe power). Strobes are configured to fire with only one pulse from the trigger (as I always use). Later, at home, I've tested the strobes again and oddly they function normally until 1/200 (but at 1/250 they show the black bar at the bottom of the picture). I also tried my Sea&Sea YS-D1 and they also work normally just until 1/200 (they could have had low batteries so I will repeat the tests, but the Subtronics had full battery in the beginning of the dive). Anyone has any idea why this strange behavior? Why did they only work until 1/60 underwater? What changes to make them able to work at 1/200 at the surface? Why do they not work at the surface at 1/250 at least? I've tried everything I could remember (Camera in Single shot mode, M mode, EFCS off or on, no shutter delay activated, several combinations of aperture and ISO...). The only thing that I've changed besides the new camera, housing and new led trigger is the fiber optic cables: i used to use a 3mm optic fiber cable custom made by me (which I didn´t like because they were always failing) and now I use Nauticam standard cables (they didn't work at all with my other led trigger and the Subtronics, although they always worked with the Sea&Sea and also some INON's Z240 that I don't have anymore - all the way up to 1/320 with the D800). Any help would be appreciated: you never know when you will be busy fiddling with your camera UW and that great white will finally appear and gracefully swim by your side,, :-) Thanks, Miguel
  8. Nauticam NA-D800 housing for Nikon D800 and D800E cameras, in good working condition. Some scuffs on bottom. Very minor scuffs on top. Rubberized coating on handles starting to peel (looks ugly, but no effect on functionality). Center threaded hole on bottom has been re-tapped to 1/4-20 threads (to match other two holes); one Nikonos style bulkhead with hotshoe plus two optical bulkheads; two one-inch balls on handles included: $1750 Nikon D800E 36MP DSLR camera body, in excellent condition, shutter count 11,740: $950 or camera body and housing together for $2600 No ports or lenses included. Only the camera body and housing with original accessories that came with them. Camera comes in original box with all contents (battery, charger, strap, etc.) Location is Hawaii, U.S.A. buyer pays shipping and shipping insurance
  9. I am selling my trusted Nikon D800E and Nauticam housing. Both used but in excellent condition. One recent dive trip since service. Nikon D800E has 14997 activations. Nauticam housing includes vacuum pressure system and alarm. $2800 for everything. My email is jhartog@bougclin.com
  10. Super Wide Angle Nikon APS-C Lenses 8mm and 8-16mm Sigma 8mm Fisheye Price: $300.00 Payment method: PayPal Item condition: 9 Shows signs of use, but very clean Shipping instructions: USPS Priority Air Insured Sigma 8mm F3.5 EX DG Circular Fisheye Was $400, now $300 Buyer pays shipping USPS Priority Air Insured (One quick note -- The 8mm f/3.5 DG was not originally designed as an APS-C lens. It creates a 180-degree circular image on an FX camera or 35mm film.) AND Sigma 8-16mm AF ultra wide (weitwinkel) Zoom Lens Price: $325.00 Payment method: PayPal Item condition: 9 Shows signs of use, but very clean Shipping instructions: USPS Priority Air Insured Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM FLD AF ultra wide (weitwinkel) Zoom Lens for APS-C sized Nikon Digital DSLR Camera - Super sharp - Was $425 now $325 , Lens has some scuffed painted from going in and out of a housing dome. Buyer pays shipping USPS Priority Air Insured
  11. Am I the only one who finds the ISO control in the Nikon D850 housing a major downgrade compared to previous housings? I understand why Nikon changed the MODE and ISO buttons because without the housing now is really easier to change your ISO while looking through the viewfinder, but underwater this is impossible for me. And even taking your eyes from the viewfinder it takes forever to change ISO, and I had to turn the option to just press buttons and then turn dials, because it's nearly impossible to press the ISO Button while scrolling with the rear command dial. ISO is "only" the setting I change the most so this is bothering me a lot. I tried to assign ISO to different buttons but it looks like this is not possible. The only workaround I did find is to assign ISO to the top item in My Menu and assigning this command to the FN2 button (which is the optimum placement of the ISO Button in the Nauticam housing, IMO), while choosing the option to scroll trough menus with the command dials, but using this method you have a final step to press OK or the center of the wheel selector to confirm ISO which is far from ideal. Anyone has problems with this or am I the only one? Did anyone found other solution for this problem? Miguel Pereira
  12. This is a SEACAM underwater housing for NIKON D810 DSLR, first hand, including : SEACAM Silver housing for Nikon D810, User manual (English), Complete maintenance kit (renewed), Two S6 plugs for SEACAM i-TTL flash units (60D, 100D or 150D) or other flash units using these plugs. The housing is in perfect condition with around 200 dives in three years (bought new in march 2015). It was serviced by SEACAM for this sale July, 10th 2018 (invoice on demand). All expandable parts like o-rings, anodes, etc. were changed and are new. NB: the housing will be sold without visor, flash arm, flash unit, port, dome or Nikon D810 body. List price : 4.650€ Pricing : 2.800 € (+ express shipping depending on country - around 120€ for USA, sent from France) PS : I have a SEACAM S10 visor for sale and wet diopters too
  13. FS: Ikelite Nikon D800 Housing - model 6812.8 - $750 USD Shipped within continental USA, international will have to pay lowest rate. Bought from a friend who went to sony, I ended up getting a Z7 and don't want to carry a separate set of everything. Low price reflects passing on good karma for price i got it for. Does not include domes, includes many accessories. Please let me know if you have any questions. Nick
  14. I'm selling my beloved Nikon D800 and Nauticam Housing with a Sigma 15mm fisheye lens for 2.500 € plus shipping. The housing is fully functional and has been serviced by Nauticam Spain last April. The housing has signs of use (most remarkably the white lettering that has fallen off in some buttons) but has always served me well. I have installed a UW Technics Led trigger to work with fibre optic strobes without using the camera pop-up flash (this alone is a 300 € extra). The camera and lens are in very good state and they were mostly used inside the housing. This sigma lens is very sharp (I would say it's sharper than my Nikkor 8-15mm fisheye). I'm the first and only owner of everything I'm selling. I'm asking 2.500 € + shipping. The itens are located in Portugal so I would prefer selling within the EU. Please check the images below and feel free to ask me for pictures taken with this setup. Miguel Pereira
  15. Hey, I am selling my Nikon AF Micro-Nikkor 200mm f/4D IF-ED Lens with the tripod collar professionally removed for use in a underwater housing. This is the highest quality lens I have ever used. Period. Possibly the best macro lens made. I am selling it as I just don't have the opportunity to use it enough. I need to make room in my bag for some new gear. The lens' tripod collar has been professionally removed for use in a underwater housing. I have the original tripod collar and will include it. If you wish, the collar can be reattached, but I would recommend shipping it to Nikon for this. The glass is CLEAN! I cannot find a fault in the optics. NO discernable scratches, dust, fungus, etc. There are two small cosmetic scratches on the exterior metal body. See pictures below. I would rate this lens 9.5/10. Includes: Lens, Metal Lens Hood (Nikon HN-30), Front and Rear Caps, Original Tripod Collar, and Original Instruction Manual. Asking $1000 + Paypal + Shipping. Please feel free to email me for more details or images: gregjaggearsphoto@gmail.com Thanks!
  16. Only has a couple of hours underwater - LIKE NEW! Comes as sold by Ikelite. No ports but with left handle, parts bag, lubricant, manual. Selling as I've moved to D850. $1100.00 plus shipping - that's 600.00 off new price for 2 dives! Reply or jcdovala@verizon.net
  17. Hey! I'm a pretty experienced photographer on land looking to explore the other 71% of our Blue planet. From reading WP, most gravitate towards either ultrawide (weitwinkel) angle or macro photography. Im focusing on Macro. Specifically, what is the optimal focal length for most macro opportunities underwater? Longer focal lengths allow for more realistic working distance with your skittish subjects, yet too much distance in even the clearest water can degrade sharpness. Asking those with experience to please float your opinions. Im blessed with a good amount of gear to play with, but can only afford to acquire a housing for one camera/lens combo at this time. My Gear: Nikon D800 (FX) and D500 (DX) Nikon 60mm f/2.8D Nikon 105mm f/2.8 VR Nikon 200mm f/4D Micro My Water: I'm a Florida native who will primarily be diving in the Keys and Caribbean.
  18. Seacam Prelude Nikon D7000 Housing (first version) Price: $1100.00 OBO Housing Only, Comes with: One Seacam Bulkhead One Five Pin Bulkhead Please note: does not include viewfinder 180 Viewfinder, FishEye Dome Port and 6 Inch Dome Port Available Separately for sale, please message if interested Dimensions (W x H x D) : 250 x 170 x 130 mm excluding port, viewfinder and handles. Operation depth: - 80m Housing is in good condition, cosmetic scratches and scuffs only, view images for review. Does not impact shooting. Housing has never been flooded, never had any issues. Buyer to pay shipping and insurance
  19. Fully Functional Housing AD810, Camera D810, and Port #18430. Never flooded. Nik V bulkheads. Camera has very low 3826 shutter count. Includes one Watson EN-EL15 battery, Nikon charger, manual $2200.00 complete (no lenses) plus shipping. Housing s/n 20076NK-070 Nikon D810 s/n 3059008 Reply or email direct at jcdovala@verizon.net
  20. Hej Vigfus, I haven't seen any mention of housing for either of those, but then again this may be in the works. I guess the question you can ask yourself is what shift there was with the Sony A7 series for example, as they're mirrorless full frame as well. There are full frame adaptors for the new mount with the Z6/7 I believe so you can re-use your old lenses, should they be suitable for underwater. What I would consider would be: * Battery life * Lenses and compatability * Housing availability * Size, is it really that much smaller than a crop DSLR? possibly..? * Heat, this isn't a big issue, but I believe mirrorless can increase fogging somewhat due to the heat they generate from powering the viewfinder/screen - but I guess if you keep your silca packs and your housing clean this isn't such an issue. I'm sure if you looked at the mirrorless of today vs DLSRs of today, and you have your criteria, you could probably make up your mind now, assuming the Z6 and Z7 doesn't bring anything truly innovative to the table which UW photographers can benefit from.
  21. Is anyone considering these two heavyweights? If so, what's swaying you one way or the other? Personally I'm going for D500 as the price is indeed a factor, but crop underwater is not that bad of a thing. I love landscape photography but I can't justify that price-tag for the occasional full frame landscape shot. I'll probably end up compensating with a slightly wider lens on the D500.
  22. I put together this underwater camera package by purchasing from these two WetPixel ads. So, it seems fitting to start here when selling it. http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=50939 http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=62205 This is a complete setup that you could take diving this weekend with zero additional purchases. It is a beautiful setup, handles well in the water, and is very easy to start using immediately. Your preference for lenses would be your only other need and you probably already have them if you are buying this. I will throw in a kit 18-135 lens if you don't have any lenses and need one. I would really like to get $4,500 for the whole package, but will not refuse a reasonable offer. You would be getting about $10,000 worth of gear if purchased new, so this is a great starter camera for someone wanting higher-end gear without higher-end prices. I paid $2,456 for Ikelite #6801.71 Nikon D7100 housing with cap (Retail $1,500) Ikelite #5510.11 wide port body (Retail $125) Ikelite #5510.45 8inch dome port with dome port cover (Retail $400) Ikelite #9571.33 2x 1inch ball mount with extended stem, fits into handles (Retail $40) Nikon D7100 Camera Body, cap, 2 batteries, charger (Retail $1,200) I paid $2,100 for 2x DS161 strobes 1x DS160 strobe converted to DS161 2x strobe battery chargers Dual Sync cord Ultralite handles, 12inch arms (4), Boyancy Compensators, and strobe ball connectors 8inch Dome with port Zoom gear for 12-24 lens Spare o-rings There are also miscellaneous other little hardware pieces included. I was a volunteer diver from 2008-2016 at Edmonds Underwater Park in WA State and put together this camera package to do a biodiversity photo survey of the park and surrounding waters. I did a few dives with it and loved it, but my primary effort in the park was working dives where it made no sense to bring the camera along. For those I have a couple smaller Ikelite housings that I rotated between and they took a constant beating without any issues. I even broke a strobe clean off one and had it float ashore three weeks later and find its way back to me via a kind beachcomber. In 2016 I went on a one-year road trip that kept getting extended, so now I have been out of the water two years. I’m in the process of committing to being very busy for the next 5-10 years building a business around used Lego that I hope will turn into a community gem where young minds can come and hang out like a Maker Space and learn Science Technology Engineering and Math using Lego products. The sale of this camera setup will be providing additional capital dollars to this effort. So, if you are needing a little extra convincing of your spouse / budget committee, you can toss that one in there and see if it helps. Your mileage may vary. Attached are additional files to save you effort in your research: D7000-Ikelite-housing.pdf ikelite-nik_d7000.pdf ikelite-ports-dabigadoma.pdf
  23. Hi All, Selling the below only: Subal ND300 Housing 8 inch Subal Dome Port w/ cover Extension Ring Zoom Gear Free Nikon D300 Free Tokina 10-17mm FE Lens All Excellent Condition Upgrading to FF. 2390 Euros all in. Dublin, Ireland.
  24. Nikon D800 Camera Body (Recent full Maintenance at Nikon Service Center) Sea and Sea MDX D800 Housing Zen DP-230 Optical Glass Fisheye Dome Port Sea and Sea Compact Macro Port Sea and Sea Compact Macro Port Base Sea and Sea Zoom Gear for Nikon 16-35mm f/4 Lens Sea and Sea Zoom Gear for Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 Lens 2- Sea and Sea Extension Ring 40 1- Sea and Sea Extension Ring 20 4- Ultralight 8" Arms 6- Ultralight Clamps 1- Ultralight Hotshoe Ball Mount 2- Optical Cables This system has always functioned perfectly, been well maintained and never flooded. There are no Strobes or Lenses Included in this offering though I do have a spare INON Z-240 that could be part of the deal. This system cost $10665 when new, will consider all reasonable offers. PayPal Accepted Buyer Pays Actual Shipping Fees Kindly PM me with Inquiries or Contact me directly 561.400.2256
  25. Hello all, After having a family, i just don't get around to photographing as much as i would like too and after much consideration i've decided to sell my underwater setup. Everything was bought new by me and was well taken care of, religiously rinsed in fresh water after dives, never flooded and i never had any problems what so ever. I'm asking for 2800 USD + Shipping and Insurance for everything. Everything is located in Florida, USA. The system consists of the following: 1 - Nauticam NA-D7000 housing 1- Zen DP-100 dome port for Tokina 10-17 1- Nauticam compact port base 2- Nauticam compact port 50 (1 threaded) 1- Nauticam 180 degrees straight viewfinder 1- nauticam 67 mm flip holder 1- nikon d7000 body + charger + batteries 1- Tokina 10-17 lens without hood 1- nikon nikkor 105mm macro f2.8 (non vr) 1- Thinktank airport international carry on roller suitcase 10 clamps (these are extras i found laying around) 2- nauticam m10 high ballmounts 2- nauticam handle brackets 2- inon to nauticam sync cables I have spare orings for everything listed which will also be included in sale. Photographs are available upon request and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for looking. William
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