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  1. Hi, My mirrorless kit is now for sale. Sony A6000 Sony 16-50mm Nauticam NA-A6000 Nauticam Port 45 with knob 16-50 Zoom Gear Nauticam Tray Left Right Handles Vacuum valve and pump Subsee +10, I will throw this in if things go smooth. Shipping out of CA. Price is 1200USD
  2. Hi, I am currently shooting with my Sony A7 in a Nauticam housing and for wideangle I use my 16-35/4. Though I am happy with that lens I sometimes miss a fisheye and I really do not like the fisheye adapter solution by Sony. So I am thinking about getting a Sea&Sea 12mm but I have a few questions. Is there enough space between housing and lens to comfortably operate aperture and focus dials? How is the Sea&Sea mounted on the housing in terms of durability/stability and how is it mounted on my Sony camera? Is anybody using this combination and can report? Many thanks!
  3. Hi all, Been looking on the forum, but havent found any info.. what diopters are people using with their Sony A7 and 90mm macro lens? And whats the pro/con of that diopter in your opinion? (Yes, Im in the market for a new diopter) Thx!
  4. As deeply as it pains me to do this. I’m putting my complete, barely-used and mint-condition Sony A6500/Fantasea underwater kit up for sale. 12 months ago I foolishly tried to buy my way into a better work/life balance, with more time spent underwater. But I have failed resoundingly. So the kit has been used on a grand total of a single one-week dive trip in the Maldives in January last year, and hasn't got wet since, so it's in as mint a condition as used kit can be really. The image quality this compact little kit puts out is really quite exceptional. Comparing the results to what my dive buddy was getting with his Nauticam/D800e setup, it really wasn’t giving up a lot (with added bonus of terrific 4k video as well). The phase-detect autofocus is Sony’s latest tech, and performs terrifically (even in dim, and murky water). The image quality is fantastic, and the housing is compact, comfortable in the hands, and as easy to operate underwater as the pricier aluminium options (Fantasea really have done an excellent job with the ergonomics). It's a complete kit sans strobes. I wanted the feature-set of a fully-laden Nauticam setup, with all the mod-cons, but without all of the weight, so I went with the A6500 paired with the excellent Fantasea Housing and Ports, and Sealife Flexconnect Handles and Arms (which are great for rapidly adjusting the position of your strobes underwater). It's setup for wide-angle (Sony 10-14mm f/4), Macro (Sony FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro), Fisheye (Sony 20mm f/2.8 + VCL-ECF2 Fisheye Converter), and general shooting (Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6), with all of the necessary ports and extensions. And to make life easier (and reduce the stress of taking so much expensive kit beneath the waves) there’s also the terrific Leak Sentinel v5 Vacuum System (with LED indicators), a moisture detector in the housing itself, and an LED strobe trigger for fast and consistent strobe control via fibre optics. Fully assembled (sans strobes) the rig only weighs 4kg (that's under 9lbs!) so it's a terrific improvement size/weight wise compared to a conventional DSLR rig, and one that can travel with you safely in your carry-on luggage. The only thing that needs to be added are strobes or video lights, and you’ll be off shooting. The full list of components is as follows: CAMERA: Sony A6500 Sony FE 50mm f/2.8 Macro Sony E 10-18mm f/4 Sony E 20mm f/2.8 Sony E 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 Sony VCL-ECF2 Fisheye Converter 3x Sony NP-FW50 Batteries HOUSING: Fantasea FA6500 Housing for Sony a6500 and a6300 Fantasea FML Dome Port A6 Fantasea FA­2 LED Strobe Trigger Fantasea FML Flat Port 34 Fantasea FML Lens Gears SEL1018 2x Fantasea FML Port Extension 25 Fantasea Light Shielding Pad SEL16F28 Leak Sentinel V5 SeaLife Flex­connect Dual Tray 2x SeaLife Flex­connect Ball Joint Adapter SL999 ­(male) 2x SeaLife Flex­connect Grip 4x SeaLife Flex­connect Flex Arm 2X Sea & Sea Fibre Optic Cables Spare O-Rings, grease, vacuum pump etc. etc. The kit cost $8,960 AUD, and I'm looking for $6,300 AUD for it (that's about $4500 USD at the moment). So get yourself some cheap happiness at the mere cost of my misery/failure! Pickup available from Melbourne, Australia. And I'm happy to ship worldwide. Cheers, Mark Here’s the kit: And here are a few shots from it that I quite like:
  5. Hello! So I'm diving into a Sony a6500 with Fantasea housing. I'm starting out with the kit 16-50 lens with the respective port and gears. I'm evaluating getting a macro setup fairly quickly and looking at the available lenses for macro there's the kit 16-50 with 12.5 diopter, Sony Macro 50mm and the Sony Macro 90mm, you could use the diopter for the last two. So I would like to see if anybody can help me with sample photos or videos of a comparison of the 16-50mm and 50mm with and without the diopter. The 90mm is out of the question right now as it's a pretty expensive set up, from lens, converter, port etc... With this I'm trying to answer two fundamental questions: (1) is it worth getting the 50mm macro lens (I'd imagine it's much sharper image) vis a vis the kit lens with diopter, and (2) what level of supermacro can I get from the 50mm macro lens with the diopter. For wide there are two immediate choices: 16mm w\ fisheye converter and the 10-16mm wide lens. The fisheye option is cheaper, but I fear it suffers from less sharpness and I'm particularly choosy between fisheye and plain wide. I would think you get better results with the 10-16mm as its a more specialized lens and you don't have the fisheye converter distortion. I've found online articles that treat both subjects, but they left me with questions. For Macro: how does the kit lens compare to 50mm macro (as both have same focal length) and how they perform with diopter. For wide I haven't seen anything on the 10-16mm lens, just of the Tokina\Canon lenses, which are expensive to set up. The opportunity cost (ie dont get any lens) is to just buy the Wide Angle and Diopter external add ons, so it's a question of quality and how much you gain by getting the dedicated lens (which obviously looses on flexibility when shooting). If someone sees something incoherent in the post or would like to reframe their response to help with feedback it's much appreciated. I'd think I'd see more a6500/a6300 users given the relative low cost\high quality you seem to get vis a vis other mirrorless of similar quality (em1 mk2 and GH5) or dSLR equivalents (d500), albeit these edge out in other areas. Basically the a6500 costs about half of these other options right now. Cheers!
  6. Nauticam NA-A7 underwater housing for Sony a7r, in very good condition, some minor scuffs on bottom, and some scratches on rear window over LCD screen (do not interfere with viewing of LCD): $1300 includes N100 to N120 40mm port adapter with zoom/ focus knob housing has one optical bulkhead, one Nikonos style bulkhead with two wire hotshoe for manual flash, and one 5-pin Ikelite bulkhead with connector that can be mated to camera for remote (polecam, not included) control of camera Sony a7r = alpha 7R = ILCE-7R, 36MP mirrorless digital camera, in excellent condition, shutter count 3,215: $800 or camera body and housing together for $1999 No ports or lenses included. Only the camera body and housing + adapter, 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
  7. Hi, the following material is sold Nauticam, is NEW, never touched the water and therefore in perfect condition. - N120 Optical-Glass Wide-Angle Dome Port 180mm Precio: 665 Euros - N120 Extension Ring 60 with Lock Precio: 165 Euros - SE1635-Z Zoom Gear for Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS Precio: 95 Euros - SFE28-F Focus Gear for Sony FE 28mm F2 Precio: 95 Euros Interested contact by mail: alfonsoj.exposito@gmail.com Greetings from Spain. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1495685824022177/permalink/2238204259770326/?sale_post_id=2238204259770326
  8. For Sale is a never wet Fantasea Sony A6300/A6500 housing/port/gears kit this package includes the housing,the port for the Sony 30mm macro and 16-50 kit lens and gears for those two lenses. The beauty of this housing is it can accommodate both the A6300 and the A6500 cameras and you can also use the Sea&Sea ML series wide angle/macro port/and Ext rings on this housing this package comes with all original boxes,manuals,spare o-rings, shutter release extender, and accessories The macro/kit lens in this kit has M67 threads so you can switch between macro diopters and wide angle wet lenses on the same dive This kit was a gift and as I already a housing for my Sony I am letting the kit go Retail price is over $1000 and I'm selling this all for $800 with buyer paying shipping and PayPal fees This kit is located in Los Angeles my email is deedeeflores01@aol.com for fast reply
  9. Hi guys, I am looking for the right set up for wide angle shooting with my Sony a6300. It's in a Meikon / Sea Frogs Salted Line Housing. I have the following set up on my mind: Sony 16-50mm kit lens (full control with zoom and autofocus) with a wide angle wet lens. Sony 16 or 20mm pancake with wide angle or fish eye converter with 4" Dome Port. Sigma 19mm (with autofocus) and a wide angle wet lens. Samyang 8mm (can't use the aperture and focus inside the housing) with 4" Dome Port Samyang 12mm (same, no aperture, no focus control) with 4" Dome Port I might be able to 3D print a ring to use at least the aperture of the Samyangs in the housing. Which one would / do you use and why? Or do you have other ideas for me? Thank for your help! Regards, Ricardo
  10. Hi...I shoot primarily macro photography..I'm wondering, on this macro lens, if I use AF..do I select Full, or infinity to 0.5 or 0.28 - 0.5. I dive mostly in Asia
  11. Nauticam 4.33 acrylic dome port N85 36125 (300USD) Sony pancake fisheye SEL16F28 + FishEye converte (300 USD) The price for both is 570USD Shipping worldwide from Australia
  12. Hi all! I'm looking for a Sony a6300 or a6500 setup, full or partial, ideally the Nauticam setup with a small dome. If you have something please get in touch Best
  13. I'm looking for a Nauticam N100 Flat Port 32 for Sony FE 28mm f/2 Lens with 67mm threads for NA-A7II Housings (37127) Recently purchased the WWL-1 and am looking for the flat port with the glass in good shape. Many thanks!
  14. Hello, just came back from a 11 day liveaboard cruise at the Maldives. All pictures shot with the Sony A6300, Sony 10-18f4, Sony 90f2.8 macro OSS, Nauticam housing, Sea&Sea YS-D2, DIY Snoot, Saga +10 diopter. Hope you like them Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr Malediven 2018, Carpe Diem liveaboard by Oliver Leyba, auf Flickr
  15. Hello all, I'm new to this but here goes. I have a set up I'd like to sell complete or piece meal. selling complete would be my first choice. Nauticam NA-a7II HOUSING, with air vacuum leak protection Nauticam WWL-1 Wet wide angle lens 130 degree, with bayonet mount and buoyancy collar. Nauticam N100 Macro Port for the Sony 90mm macro lens Nauticam SMC-1 100mm macro lens Nauticam flip diopter holder YS110 Sea and Sea strobes, Never flooded Nauticam optical flash trigger Sync cords, optical Strobe clams and strobe arms Pelican hard case, appx sive 24Long, 19wide, 14high The condition is very very good, Housing and strobes have had been on about 5 live a board trips. New value is about $8000.00 I'm open to offers.
  16. Hello fellow photographers and divers! I have some doubts that are killing me internally and keep me from sleep 😂. I have thought of buying a Sony Alpha a7 mark 1, and keep it as my dive camera. Since its not too expensive, its compact, and it does a great job. I am also considering getting the A7 s, which will potentially improve the results and the price difference is not too much. It would be worth it. My reason to go for a Sony Alpha as my dive camera is because their underwater housing are extremely cheap (the Meikon ones) and ive read great reviews about those housings. Also because they are overall quite good and it would work great as a backup, light camera to use aside of my massive 6D + 70-200mm setup. I am planning to just go for the 28-70 kit lens, since its also cheap and it does deliver as expected. Price range is 170-250 euros as used... I am planning to get the camera and lens as second hand. My only issue with this setup is that the Meikon housing for the mark 1, does not have a dome port. And it is something I would quite love to have. The housing designed for the mark 2 however, does support a dome port. So in theory, In order to have a dome port, I would need to start looking at the mark 2 series... For the price of a Sony Alpha a7 II, I could get the A7S (mk 1) and the a7s would be a lot better for what I need... (4k, and low light monster). Now if I have to get the A7S II, then the price would already drastically increase and its out of my budget. So its not worth it just for the dome port. I would love to know your suggestions. If I my setup is not worth it, if there is a better option for me... If the dome port is at all THAT necessary... If you could point out any flaws in this setup im thinking of... things I would eventually regret, I would be FOREVER thankful!! Should I still go for this setup with the A7 and sacrifice the dome port, in order to save as much money as I can? Of course im not expecting professional level pictures, but also not GoPro level pictures.. I want something that looks somewhat decent. I was not planning to exceed a budget of 1000 euros... (A7 + LENS + Housing would be a total of ca. 800-1000 (tops) euros, if I decide for the A7S instead, it would be a total of ca. 1250)
  17. Willing to pay reasonable price for a good used housing that is sound and reliable for Sony FDR AX100. Will pay shipping if in the U.S. and also use PayPal - safe for you.
  18. Housing is in very good condition, only used a three trips. Shipping from Nevada USA.
  19. Offering a Sony a7RII and Nauticam NA-A7II housing with Backscatter Airlock bulkhead. Both in great condition -- few dives, well cared for; original packaging available, plus two spare batteries available. $3,300 (Paypal) plus shipping within USA.
  20. For Sale is my Nauticam Housing NA-A6500 for Sony a6500 - US$1300 including insured shipping within the US included extra Battery Pack for NA-6500 Housing (2500mAh, inc. USB cable) ((36331)) Had it for 2 years only, nothing wrong just want to upgrade to Full Frame A7RIII
  21. Selling a full Nauticam setup for Sony A7rII, also have two camera bodies and multiple lenses. Description - Two Sony A7RII bodies, both work perfect, they do have signs of regular use including small scratches on the LCD but nothing that I can see when the camera is turned on. New price now is about $2.500, selling for $1.800 per body and will add 3 original sony batteries per body. - Sony 16-35mm f4 lens, works perfect, slight signs of use on the outside (mainly from putting the zoom gear on) but nothing that affects performance. New price is around $1.100 at the moment, selling for $850. - Nauticam Housing with vacuum system, selling new for $3.070, selling mine for $1.800. Housing has never had a leak but it does need servicing in my opinion hence I’m pricing it low. I still use it right now. It does have one issue, the back focus button is borken and needs fixing, you can still off course focus using the regular shutter button. - Zoom gear for 16-35mm lens: New is $175, selling for $100 - Extension and 100 to 120 adaptor needed for the 16-35mm lens: Sells new for $730, I’m selling it for $400 - Nauticam 180mm glass dome, sells new for $1050, I’m selling it for $750, only used it on one trip so it’s pretty much brand new. Glass is flawless, botton of the sunhood has some scratches. - Zen 230mm glass super dome. This one has been used often and does have a scratch that shows up when filming into the sun. Selling for $500 - Sony 90mm f2.8 macro lens (G master), like new, never used it in the housing as I never got around to buyin a macro port. Selling for $750 - Like new Sony 24-70mm f2.8 g master lens, selling for $1800 - Nauticam optical trigger for Sony plus 2 fibre optic cords (Nauticam to Sea&Sea). Selling for $150 - Sony 70-200mm f4 G Master lens. Selling for $700 - Nauticam 20mm extension $150 Pictures via email (steve@stevedeneef.com)
  22. Nauticam 4" Fisheye Dome Port for Sony NEX Asking $350 shipped insured USA Small fisheye dome port works great with the Sony 16mm or 20mm pancake lens Highly recommended with the Sony E-mount fisheye conversion lens, which screws over the 16mm lens Includes neoprene dome port cover, rear cap and spare o-ring!
  23. Selling: 400AUD - Sony pancake 2.8/16 e-mount fisheye converter 150 AUD - Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 PZ OSS E- Mount 500 AUD - Nauticam Dome 4.33 N85 36125
  24. For Sale is a Nauticam #17409 Sony RX100II-Rx100II V Package never wet everything comes in original boxes with original accessories here are the prices Nauticam #17409 Rx100II V housing with HDMI Retail $1250 your price $899- without HDMI $799 Nauticam Flextray II w Left Handle Retail $130 your price $97.50 Nauticam Flextray Right Handle Retail $40 Your Price $26 Nauticam Mount ball for handles x-2 Retail $16 each Your price$12 each Nauticam M10 mount ball Retail $30 Your price $22 Nauticam LCD mount rails Retail $25 Your Price $19 Nauticam LCD Loupe Retail $170 Your price $125 Total Your Price $1212.50 $1112.50 without HDMI Buyer pays shipping/insurance and PayPal fees My email deedeeflores01@aol.com for fast reply
  25. 4500AUD the whole setup Selling sony alpha6000 in Nauticam housing plus 3 lenses (macro, rectilinear, fisheye) and relative ports/domes. Everything in perfect conditions. All the ports and lenses in immaculate conditions. List with prices (price brand new in bracket): 400AUD (650AUD) Sony alpha6000 1500AUD(2450AUD) Nauticam housing + left & right handles 400AUD(550AUD) Sony pancake fisheye 450AUD(650AUD) Nauticam 4.33 acrylic dome port for above lens 280(330AUD) Sony E 30mm f3.5 macro lens 550AUD(612AUD) Nauticam 45 macro port with knob for above lens 800AUD(1000AUD) Sony SEL1018 Wide-angle zoom lens - 10 mm - 18 mm - F/4.0 480AUD(585AUD) Nauticam 6” Acrylic wide-angle dome port for above lens 420AUD(517AUD) Nauticam N85 to N120 60mm Port Adaptor 36204 800AUD(1020AUD) 2x Sea & Sea YS01 Strobe
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