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  1. The last two weeks have seen me aboard World-wide Dive and Sail's Indo-Siren, with Alex Mustard's latest workshop and Alex Tattersall's latest demonstration of Nauticam widgetry... Flying into Sorong, the scenery grows more and more dramatic as the amenities of civilisation become a little frayed at the edges. How a boat like the Indo-Siren maintains such a high quality is something of a mystery, and one made harder by the pervasive humid heat and bureaucracy that has to be propitiated in order to leave port. An even greater mystery: having eventually encountered the elusive manta ray and the reclusive whale shark (at least they were elusive and reclusive on my dives), would I wonder at the wary wobbegong? Wobbegongs would have to wait: Daram, south and east of Misool, was our first destination and "Andiamo" our first dive and a taste of the dramatic colours, corals, fish and topography that makes Raja Ampat so special. Sunshine, calm seas and surprisingly gentle currents held us entranced around Misool for several days. "Andiamo" rewarded us with shoals of fish, dancing around shoals of other fish, and wasn't by any means the only site blessed by abundance. The chaotic profusion of life in this sea is a reminder of what so much of the ocean was like, once upon a time. Eventually we moved north, into wetter weather and seas a little rougher, and into the haunt of the wobbegong, the tropical forest, the mangrove and the Passage, where all three are tangled together and Alfred Russel Wallace, a singularly unfortunate natural historian, was once shipwrecked. The weather detracted something from Aerborek jetty, the site of so many prize-winning photographs and one of the noisiest dive sites (thanks to a chorus of toadfish) I've visited. Nonetheless, there were fish, more fish, very small fish (Hippocampus pontohi is not best seen by ageing eyes)... ... and wobbegongs. I would like to say that everything was marvellous and, as far as Alex's workshop and Indo-Siren were concerned, so it was. Mark and Dince, the other guides, the chef, the other crew were without equal and no praise is too much. Indonesian air travel, however... ... was not so great: booked onto a flight without seats, half of our party left early to arrive late, flew east to travel west and made three hops for the price of one. I can't say if the problem was with British travel agency Blue-O-Two or with the vagaries of several competing but apparently interchangeable Indonesia airlines, but I can say that it added a lot to the frustrations inherent in returning from what is still, in many ways, a wild place.
  2. FOR SALE: Anthis Nexus 40D Housing for Canon 40D or 50D DSLR Camera Owned from new and cared for impeccably. This professional underwater housing comes with the following: Nexus 40D housing (new price over $2600 – when purchased was over $3000) Canon 40D Camera (new price around $1500) Canon 18-55 EFS f/3.5-5.6 IS II Lens (good general purpose lens) Canon 10-22 f/3.5-4.5 USM Lens (New price over $1000) Nexus Flat port to suit 18-55 Lens (New price over $500) Nexus Optical Dome port to suit 10-22 Wide angle lens (New price over $1000) Extra Body and port Orings and other spares. Extras include rubber port caps, Handle extensions both sides, clear filter kit for flash, Silicon grease and original packaging and manuals. Ports are full alloy, with glass optical quality lenses. Nexus Housings have a depth rating of 75m. The wide angle lens and port were purchased new in 2011. This is a fantastic optical glass port and is ultra compact compared to many of the enormous domes you see in water. I am not selling my strobes. As it is, the housing is compatible with any TTL Fibreoptic strobe connections. There are 2 fibreoptic ports on this housing. TTL and the fibreoptic connection is an amazing system that has no electric connections thereby minimising the risk of flooding. The nexus housing is also suitable for standard Nikonos sync ports. Inon make a fantastic 45deg viewfinder that attaches easily providing a FULL view of the frame even with a scuba mask on! I am not selling this. Nexus make a fantastic product. I am selling only to upgrade to a Nexus housing for my Canon 5D. I will be staying with Nexus housings. I would prefer to sell the housing as a complete kit, but will consider offers (eg without the camera or individual ports/lenses). The kit is ready to use now, but will be fully complete with the addition of a strobe. Will consider offers over $3500. A search on the internet found a previously sold housing without the ports, lenses and camera for $2500. You will never buy such a package that is ready to go for such a low price. I will happily offer ongoing advice on use, care and maintenance. Postage will be at cost price depending on location and can be with or without insurance. Buyer's preference.
  3. Hello, everyone! I am selling an underwater photography set that is in great condition, only lightly used, never flooded, had only one owner, was well cared for, and was recently professionally refurbished. Get a great deal on this deluxe system for taking underwater photos and HD video! We are asking for $5,000.00 USD for the package presented below. Detailed inventory Nikon D200 Digital Camera Camera Battery Battery Charger AF Micro 60mm 1:2.8 D AF-S Micro 1:2.8G ED AF-S 17-35mm 1:2.8D Tokina Fisheye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 DX Storm Case im2720 with Padded Dividers Light & Motion Titan D200 Housing Titan Expanded Viewfinder Nikon 60&105 mm Titan Macro Port Nikon 105 mm Extension Ring 1 Nikon 17-35mm Titan Dome Port Nikon 17-35mm Extension Ring 3 Nikon 60 mm Focus Gear Set Nikon 105mm Focus Gear Set Nikon 17-35mm Zoom Gear Tokina 10-17mm Zoom Gear Sea n Sea YS-250 Strobes Sayyo Twicell 6Hr-SCU 7.2V Batteries SYNC Cord Nikon to Sea n Sea 5 Pin ULC 2x Sea n Sea Strobe Adaptor Bouyancy Arms: 2x 8'' Long 2'' Diameter 2x 10'' Long 2'' Diameter Clamp Set: 4x Standard 2x Larger 2'' buoyancy Please let me know if you have any questions! Sincerely, Jeffrey
  4. http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/pho/4935239803.html'> http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/pho/4935239803.html (Craigslist ad) I am shifting to video photography and am selling my Sea & Sea complete camera and dual strobe set with all accessories (total package).[/t-color][/font][/size] So.....I am selling this complete package for $1025.00 plus $35.00 if you would like this to be shipped[/t-color][/font][/size] What's in the box: (1) Sea & Sea DX-G1 digital 10MP camera and underwater housing (2) Sea & Sea YS-01 strobe lights with spotting lights and diffusers (2) Sea & Sea camera to strobe cables for TTL sync (1) Sea & Sea wide angle lens (1)Sea & Sea Close up 125 Lens (1) (set) of Sea & Sea "Sea Arm VII" mount and arm w/ extra arm for the second strobe (1) Lens caddy for wide angle lens (1) Sea & Sea Pelican brand padded hard case for all gear (3) Li-ion batteries (2) 4 GB memory cards (1) AC charger for batteries All original manuals for camera and strobes Extra O rings for camera and strobe housings (3) tubes Sea & Sea O ring lubricant (you must use their brand) All told, if you were to purchase these items separately they would total over $2500.00.[/t-color][/font][/size] • Camera $799 • Strobes $700 • Wide Angle $329 • Close up $135 • Mount and Arm Set $370 • Case $150 • Lens caddy $50[/t-color][/font][/size] "Other stuff" $??? This camera kit has been with me on multiple dive trips and takes great pictures. An excellent set for an amateur or someone wanting to step up their photography to the next level...you all probably know Sea & Sea but you can check out the specs on the camera on the Sea & Sea webpage: http://www.seaandsea.jp/dx1g/'> http://www.seaandsea.jp/dx1g/ The twin YS-01 strobes feature the following (from Sea & Sea website):[/t-color][/font][/size] • Circular beam angle of 100°x100° and guide number of up to 20. The YS-01 is a new compact-type slave strobe that can be used for all applications from wide-angle to macro photography. You can switch between DS-TTL (Digital Slave TTL) and a ten-level manual control function, to enable fine adjustment of the light level according to the photographer's intentions. You can also set up a lighting system that uses two strobes in DS-TTL mode. Power comes from four AA batteries for a powerful and long-lasting strobe. You can enjoy taking pictures all day long without having to recharge the batteries. The recycle time takes about two seconds with nickel-metal hydride batteries (2700 mAh) for stress-free continuous shooting. The YS-01 is furnished with a high-luminance white LED target light (1W) indicating the optical axis of the strobe attached to its front face that is effective for night diving. You can fully exercise your creativity with the YS-01, which can be used as a primary strobe or secondary strobe • Guide Number (ISO 100/m) (land)] 20 Beam Angle] 100°x 100° (with diffuser 110°x110°) Batteries] 4xAA A: 6V Ni-MH: 4.8V Number of Flashes] A: 230 Ni-MH: 330 Recycle time (full)] A: 2.5 sec. Ni-MH: 1.9 sec. Color temperature] 5600K Color temperature w/diffuser] 5250K Depth rating] 75m / 250ft Dimensions (WxHxD)] 68x108x129mm / 2.7x4.3x5.2inch Weight] : 450g / 15.8oz (w/o batteries) * Attached a fixing bolt to the Strobe. Underwater weight] : Approx.+10g / -0.4oz(w/ batteries) Others] - Exposure control: DS-TTL, Light level control dial (GN): 1 / 1.4 / 2 / 2.8 / 4 / 5.6 / 8 / 11 / 16 / 20 (10 steps) - Pre-flash control: Equipped with pre-flash cancel mode - DS-TTL function - Slave function - Auto power OFF function - Sync cord: Fiber-Optic Cable - Over-pressure relief valve - LED target light n a wide range of applications, from compact digital cameras to digital SLR cameras. This equipment is in excellent condition and all functions well. It has been carefully cared for and maintained...it has never flooded or required repair etc. Thanks for looking!
  5. Selling Sony_HXR_NX5U_HXR_NX5U_NXCAM in Amphibico NX5SE with flat port, dome port, ultra wide (weitwinkel) angle lens for Phenom. It is coming in pelican storm case 1620 Excellent kit for serious biographer. Just finished my last film for TV 'City Under The Sea' entirely filmed with this kit. Check: liquidmotionfilm.com Presently in Cozumel Mexico, can ship all world. Can ship from Mexico now or Atlanta early May or France mid May.
  6. Price: $1,400.00 Payment method: PayPal, Bank of America Transfer, Check Item condition: 9.5/10 Shipping instructions: Seller will pay for shipping within the US. I will ship internationally but buyer will have to pay actual cost. Seller references: I have excellent feedback on the photography forum Fred Miranda as wassontm or on eBay as Laser49201 I purchased this housing new just over a year ago and have only used it for a couple trips down to the British Virgin Islands. It's like new except for a little bit of peeling on the foam grip as shown in the last photo. Other than that it's been meticulously maintained, rinsed with fresh water after every use and o-rings lubricated after every other use. The lens port is scratch free and designed to fit a Tokina 11-16mm but also fits anything smaller like my Canon 35mm f/1.4 L. Included: Splash Waterhousing Pistol grip Lens port Spare parts (plastic wing nuts, stainless nuts, base plate bolt) Spare lube (who doesn't need that) Wrench Original Paperwork Extra plate in case you want to take the pistol grip off Base plate This is a very well cared for housing and I'm unloading it to upgraded camera bodies.
  7. I purchased a T3i Canon 1 year ago and love it comes with original box and two lenses the fisheye and 18-55m. Along with the Nauticam Housing for it the NA-600D. Does not come with any ports or domes. Reason for selling is cuz the GF thinks it will be to heavy. So my loss your gain everything is in perfect working condition housing never been wet nor has the camera. camera takes amazing pictures and super user friendly and same with the housing all the button line up with the camera buttons so no need to learn anything new in the water. Asking 2,700OBO text or call Ryan 772-215-6865 forum wont allow me to upload pics so text me I can send them to you.
  8. One week old, only used once, this is the best underwater housing for the Sony Alpha series out there. It comes packed like new with all the manuals and extra stuff packed in their original packaging. It comes with the dome and manual zoom extension ideally for the Sony Vario Tessar 16-35mm F4, which for this housing is the best lense to use since you have a zeiss lense with a wide 16mm and an awesome in between all the way to 35mm. But this dome also supports smaller lenses as well as longer lenses because the extension is an individual part. It also includes de vacuum pump system. Is literally new, we just decided to move up to a Red Epic so is not longer the best solution for our production company. The price for all this items icluding taxes was 5340$. We are willing to loose the tax to sell this sooner since it has no use for us anymore. Here is the link for the product: http://www.nauticamu...ory=Sony A7/A7R
  9. One week old, only used once, this is the best underwater housing for the Sony Alpha series out there. It comes packed like new with all the manuals and extra stuff packed in their original packaging. It comes with the dome and manual zoom extension ideally for the Sony Vario Tessar 16-35mm F4, which for this housing is the best lense to use since you have a zeiss lense with a wide 16mm and an awesome in between all the way to 35mm. But this dome also supports smaller lenses as well as longer lenses because the extension is an individual part. It also includes de vacuum pump system. Is literally new, we just decided to move up to a Red Epic so is not longer the best solution for our production company. The price for all this items icluding taxes was 5340$. We are willing to loose the tax to sell this sooner since it has no use for us anymore. Here is the link for the product: http://www.nauticamusa.com/news/?category=Sony+A7%2FA7R
  10. One week old, only used once, this is the best underwater housing for the Sony Alpha series out there. It comes packed like new with all the manuals and extra stuff packed in their original packaging. It comes with the dome and manual zoom extension ideally for the Sony Vario Tessar 16-35mm F4, which for this housing is the best lense to use since you have a zeiss lense with a wide 16mm and an awesome in between all the way to 35mm. But this dome also supports smaller lenses as well as longer lenses because the extension is an individual part. It also includes de vacuum pump system. Is literally new, we just decided to move up to a Red Epic so is not longer the best solution for our production company. The price for all this items icluding taxes was 5340$. We are willing to loose the tax to sell this sooner since it has no use for us anymore. Here is the link for the product: http://www.nauticamusa.com/news/?category=Sony+A7%2FA7R
  11. Hi all - you may have seen a few posts of mine here. I am in the midst of deciding what camera to get. I was wondering if anyone had a housing (any brand) from the Nikon D600/D610 they wanted to sell? Cheers, Lloyd
  12. So I went on my dream trip last year with my mother to snorkel with the Humpbacks. It the first time for both of to be snorkeling, let alone with whales so we decided to take it easy on get cheaper camera equipment. I got a Lumix underwater camera for both of us. Mine ended up malfunctioning on the 2nd day. Thankfully my mother's did not so I was able to get some decent shots. We are planning on going back in 2017. As for the pictures themselves, well... I'm not very pleased with them. I wasn't expecting spectacular quality, but not one of the best shots that I got prints well. I know with photography, you get what you pay for so I'm looking to get some guidance on what kind of cameras I should look into for my next trip as well as what I can do technique wise to get better shots. I'm assuming a DSLR would be my best bet? What about filters, are any type of filters recommended? Lastly, what settings should I shoot in? Here are a few pics from my trip last year. I'm not happy with the "noise" in the water, but I'm sure the camera I used has something to do with it. I think with a better camera it likely would've been a lot better. I should note that we did have pretty murky water so maybe there's not much that could've been done? I just don't know... The last pic with mom under her pec fin is my favorite from the whole trip and it looks horrible printed.
  13. Hi All :-) We (Large Marine Vertebrates Project - Philippines) are starting a collaborative project in the Tubbataha National Park in the Sulu Sea, Philippines, this March. We are setting up remote cameras to try and quantify distribution and presence of different shark species. This work is being done in collaboration with local authorities and in respect of animal welfare. Our set ups consist of GoPro cameras with special housings to fit in power packs for up to 6hrs of recording time, and 200m proof. We've managed to secure all the bits, except the GoPros! We need a further 4 cameras as it stands. We've tested the kits with GoPro Hero 3 Silver and up. We'd really appreciate it, if you have one laying around and we could borrow it for some conservation work! We are a Filipino and American non-profit (501 3 ©), and any asset donated is tax deductible in both countries. For more info please visit www.lamave.org or email me at info@lamave.org I hope to hear from you guys :-) All the best, The LaMaVe Team.
  14. I have been assembling a portfolio of recent images in black and white, although I seem to have been beaten to the punch by an article in Full Frame a couple of weeks ago... ... I was actually inspired by a speaker at the Wildscreen event in London last month, although I've been interested in using a "fine art" technique underwater for a long time. Black and white, 2012 - 2014.
  15. Our new underwater documentary project in the crowdfunding site Indiegogo. The documentary is about Pomatomus saltatrix (Bluefish - a migratory species which is also found in the East Atlantic coastline as well) yearly journey, conservation efforts and the scientific work on its sustainable fisheries. Please spread the word, share and support us & bluefish... https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/bluefish-prince-of-bosphorus/x/9543141
  16. Nexus Ports, Extensions and Focus Gear for Nikon 60mm & 105mm Macro Lenses, details, part numbers etc below. Currently located in Australia, willing to ship anywhere at purchasers cost. Selling separately and bundled together with ports, extensions and focus gear for particular lenses. Great condition, absolutely no scratches or blemishes on port, maybe minor external marks but none affecting optics. Please email info@migrationmedia.com.au or within Australia 0481276316 for further details and shipping cost. Asking prices in Australian $, RRP's in US$. Selling the whole lot for $200. See Anthis Nexus website for full product details www.anthisnexus.com. Photos show complete setups to fits both Nikon 60mm lenses and other fits new and old Nikon 105mm. Other extensions can be added to fit other lenses. Also have for sale Nikon AF105mm 2.8D for sale. Ports Front Port FRP105M Part No: 16343 (RRP $266) Asking $100 for complete Nikon 105mm Setup including Multi-Extension MEF83M-5 and focus gear below Front Port FRP60 Part No: 13306 (RRP $191) Asking $100 for complete Nikon 60mm setup with port extensions and focus gear below Port Extensions Port Extension 20mm PE20-7 Part No: 18316 (RRP $164) Port Extension 10mm PE10-5 Part No: 18317 (RRP $164) Port Extension 30mm PE40-5 Part Mo:18336 (RRP $164) Port Multi-Extension MEF83M-5 Part No: 16342 (RRP $695) Gear Focus Gear NAFM60F28 Part No: 28377 (RRP $164) Focus Gear MP105MF Part No: 28303 (RRP $164) Focus Gear NAFM105F28 Part No: 28310 (RRP $164)
  17. People with elephant memories may remember me posting a message titled "Canon is not going the distance" in this forum 8 years ago. Complaining that Canon did not report the focus distance in the exif data of the Canon 20D and later models (I don't know if this is still the case). Having switched to the Olympus EM-5 last year and preparing for a reef-mapping trip to the Philippines I decided to look into this again. Guess what, the EM-5, or exiftool's interpretation of it, reports the estimated focus distance, the estimated image diagonal in the focal plane, and the step count from the actual stepper motor that drives the focus-elements in the lens. The estimated focus distance is a good ballpark for intermediate distances, but not for very close or distant focus. Better than nothing but not ideal. The estimated FOV diagonal is interesing and useful. But the best is the stepper motor count. The image below plots the measured (by me) focus diagonal versus 10000/step_count. I think this is amazingly accurate and easy to interpolate. With a better model of the relationship it may even turn into a straight line. For long distances it is going to remain difficult because the number of steps per distance is getting increasingly small. As was pointed out 8 years ago, a flat port would add an additional magnification but this just means I have to recalibrate once underwater or figure out the constant magnification factor due to refraction at the water/port interface. I also tried it with the 12-50mm lens. But both zooming and focusing change the stepper motor counts so it gets a bit trickier. I'll try tomorrow to make calibration curves for different zoom settings and see if I can come up with a two-parameter function or interpolation. The F3.5-6.3 aperture of the kit lens will likely also result in less accuracy then a lens with wider aperture. However, so far I am quite impressed with Olympus. Eat that Canon Bart
  18. 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.
  19. I have for sale the following underwater HD bundle pack: Gates Underwater Housing + Sony PMW-EX1 HD + NanoFlash HD/SD Recorder + LOT of accessories ALL YOU NEED TO START MAKING PROFESSIONAL HD VIDEO FOR TV IS RIGHT HERE Here is your chance to get your hands on an actual video equipment, owned and used by the Dr Ingrid Visser She used it on wild Killer Whales, during all her research, rescue and expeditions around the world. This exact camera filmed some of her documentaries which were then broadcasted on Discovery or Nat-Geo. To know more about the Dr Visser -->> CLICK HERE NOTE: The housing and camera may have some signs of cosmetic wear and some small surface corrosion from salt water immersion, but are fully operational and functions as intended. Will come "as is", without any original packaging. Bundle pack content (what you will receive) 1 X Gates underwater housing (with 2 side handles mounted on it) 1 X Sony XDCAM EX PMW-EX1 HD Camcorder 1 X nanoFlash HD/SD Recorder 1 X Underwater video monitor for Gates housing (EM43 High resolution color monitor, HD) 2 X Memory Card Sony SXS PRO 8GB SBP-8 4 X Flexible trim weights 2 X Sony BP-U60 batteries 1 X Sony BP-U30 battery 1 X Sony SxS HiDef card reader 2 X Sony BC-U1 AC adaptor/battery charger 1 X Tenergy Li-Ion 18650 7.4v 2600mAh battery for NanoFlash 1 X Sony XDCAM EX PMW-EX1 Camcorder user manual 1 X HDMI cable More photos of this equipment could be found HERE -->> http://s1070.photobucket.com/user/frenchorcatrainer/library/Gates-Ingrid PRICE: US$ 14.000 (+/- €10.192) O.B.O If interested, please contact me for details VIA the private notes on the forum. Thank you.
  20. Hello My name is Jimmy and I am a complete beginner in the field of ("more serious") underwater photography. Underwater photography is something I have felt passionate about to get into for years and years since I'm a freelancing and devoted filmmaker as well as still photographer. I love shooting wildlife and highest on my list has always been to evolve into underwater photography mixing my love for the ocean and its species with my love for photography. I've finally made investments in Ikelite housing and strobes for a Nikon D7100. Currently not living in a very diving friendly part of the world and I only have approx 15 dives under my belt since I took my PADI open water certificate in 2009. My goal from the beginning when started diving is to mix it with photography but understood the necessity of becoming a comfortable diver before moving attempting to shoot underwater. After having now dived in Fiji, Thailand, Tanzania and Cuba I can no longer resist the urge to have a camera with me beneath the waves on my next trip now to the eastern caribbean (where I'm partially from). I am curious to ask advice from the more experienced divers and underwater photographers if more dives are strongly recommended before adding the complexity of photographing as well or if it should be fine as long as I feel up to the challenge? As a person and freelancer I am very active in safety measures for productions and generally have a great respect and understanding for the ocean as I have grown up partially in the tropics. Dive instructors have commented that I'm relaxed underwater and do well. Among my 15 dives I have had dives with Bullsharks and dived through short rock/cave formations which have all been fine. Hopefully this weighs in my favour but it's still difficult to guess how technically tricky the diving will become when adding the photography aspect...
  21. I am wanting to upgrade cameras and I have an Ikelite housing for my t2i that I want to sell. It is in great condition; I only used it a few times and it worked perfectly every time. I also have the dome/port for wide angle lenses. This comes with everything needed to get you into the water except for the camera. I'm asking 1,300 for everything. Will also sell separately: Housing only: $1,000 Dome/Port only: $400
  22. Want to sell Subal ND70, housing for Nikon D70. Mint Condition, every function works great. Costmatic 9/10 Function 10/10 This housing never flood. I just came back form Bali yesterday, and this set still works great. Included : Subal ND70 Housing Flat ports type 3 (With focus gear) All Orings Nikon D70S 5 Pin Bulkhead This housing do not have any problem, I just want to upgrade. Price : 1,500 USD plus shipping (at cost)
  23. Hi, I have been working on a custom housing which was designed by me and executed by a workshop in Dubai which I will share the details later In a couple of dives I wanted to test the new housing and firmware 1.9. Let me know what you think. It was a drift dive that made it quite challenging so I used stabilization in resolve 11 for few shots. The clip is rendered at FHD. I will try to post a 4k version on you youtube, any advice on what's the best setting? I am using Resolve 11
  24. Professional Underwater HD Video Package Gates housing with Sony EX1 HD camera Broadcast quality underwater cinematography package ready to go. Rugged professional unit which shoots stunning underwater full high definition video. Camera & housing included with many additional accessories. Paid well over $20,000 USD for whole package new. selling for $6,000USD See https://vimeo.com/86916954 for video clips I shot with this camera & housing. *Price I paid at time of purchase listed beside each accessory bought separately Comes with:o 1 x Gates EX1 underwater housing in excellent condition, bought new for $8500, only used for one-month shoot in the Caribbean and a few weeks in British Columbia. Soaked in fresh water after each use. o 1 x Standard SP44 (Dome) Port, (*paid $450) o 1 x Macro FP44 (Flat) Port, (*paid $450) o 1 x Internal flip diopter system w/ close up diopter (paid $400) o 1 x Flip down green-water color correction filter, o 1 x Full set of trim weights o 1 x New O-Ring Kit ($50) o 1 x Novus Plastic Polish and Cleaner: o 1 x Sony PMW-EX1 XDCAM EX Full HD Camcorder in good shape. Bought new for $8700 five years ago. Was used as documentary on-land camera as well and has more hours than the Gates housing, but works perfectly. Camcorder has some cosmetic wear which doesn’t affect the performance. Never had a problem, rock solid performance, excels at underwater images. o 1 x B&W polarizing filter, (*paid $50) o 1 x BP-U30 stock battery o 1 x Extra long life SWIT S-8U62 battery (*paid $350) o 1 x Sony SBP-8 8GB SxS PRO XDCAM Memory Card o 1 x Sony SBP 16 16GB SXS Pro XDCAM Memory Card (*paid $650) o 1 x Sony BC-U1 battery charger See http://www.gateshousings.com/ for details on underwater items See http://www.gateshousings.com/housings/gates-ex1-underwater-video-housing/ for info on the housing See http://www.backscatter.com/sku/gt-sonyex1.lasso for new prices. Will ship anywhere in North America Full package $6,000 USD. Contact: Twyla at twyla(at)oceanfilms.net for more info
  25. Three weeks and sixty dives in Truk: I wonder if I have a job to return to? I travelled out from England last month, and had the usual frustrations in Manila's endlessly rebuilt but never air-conditioned airport, but arrived relatively unscathed at the Blue Lagoon resort, to dive sequentially and promiscuously with Americans, Australians and, later some rather aloof Englishmen (but not the Germans, who frowned at a photographer's acceptance of the actuality, if not the intention, of solo diving), guided by the superlatively knowledgable and experienced Trukkese guides. Two weeks at the Blue Lagoon, and a week on the "Odyssey", a byword under JJ for both organisation and diving tolerance. I had made the reacquaintance of the Fujikawa Maru and some other old friends when a new adversary claimed my attention, and my camera: the San Francisco Maru ate the glass dome off my port. I have to acknowledge a debt to Shannon Conway, who brought out a new D800 and a fisheye lens from Australia, and Nauticam who sent a 230mm dome. The San Francisco Maru... ... 50m to the deck, and ruled by jealous local gods (JJ claims that its title, the "million dollar wreck", comes not from its impressive military cargo, but its appetite for cameras). My own appetite for an image of its tanks and trucks kindled, it took five dives and many cylinders of gas to get this wreck out of my system. I shouldn't forget the other stars: the sagging but still impressive Fujikawa Maru, the famous "R2D2" air compressor now protected, not by small corridors and stairwells, but dangerous and unstable corroded decks and tangled pipework; the beguiling Shinkoku Maru, the introspective and shrouded Kensho Maru, the bold Nippo Maru, rescued from ignominy as a water tank to a new life as an historical monument, the doomed aircraft, the equipment that never left the Hoki Maru to build roads and runways, the engine rooms of listing, twisted and inverted ships... ... and the remnants of men, shattered and lost to war, seventy years ago.
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