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Wide angle underwater photography package, Nikon D90, Nauticam housing, Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X DX AF Fisheye for Nikon, Nauticam 4.33 inch acrylic dome, accessories. Used for 300+ dives. Fully functional, never leaked. Housing and dome has signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. Just add arms and strobes and you are ready to go. Housing was never serviced. Full list Nikon D90 body. Camera with 38,500 shutter actuations, used mostly inside housing. Nauticam NA-D90 Underwater Housing for the Nikon D90 Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X DX AF Fisheye for Nikon Nauticam 4.33 inch dome port for Tokina 10-17 . Minor scratches, does not effect image quality Extra: Spare O-rings for housing and port 2 batteries for Nikon D90 with charger Camera bag 4x16Gb SD memory card Asking $1000, firm
I love this system but have upgraded to mirrorless. The camera has 35K shutter actuations. The housing is in very good condition. Included is a mini Anthis dome for 10-17 and fisheye, 20 mm Nexus dome, & 60 mm flat nexus port. Also included is a combination of extension rings that would allow for a 105 or 70-180 macro lens configuration, and an adapter ring. The Tokina 10-17 lens and Nikon 60 mm lens is also included. The price is firm at $4995 and is a great value for whats included. I will include shipping within the USA but international shipping will cost an extra $100. Best way to reach me for questions is email@example.com
Bought a Aquatic housing from a set photographer who had been using it as a sound muffle. He had a large flat port on it. I need to get a dome port for a 10-17 Tonkina Nikon D7000 that will work. Not sure if I need port extentions. Also need the handle setup so it can take Ikelite arms and strobes. I was wired for them. I mostly will do cave diving so not sure if Glass is the right kind of dome since scratches cannot be fixed. I don't have micro lens but guessing this one is the size of a 105 but not positive. I am in the USA. I have used a 8 inch port before on a D200 setup.