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  1. Selling 2x of my Keldan 4X Video Lights. Rated at 6000 Lumens, 5000K, with a 82 CRI. Both Lights are used( purchase Jan 15') and do show signs of minor cosmetic wear, but work flawlessly. Includes 2x Nauticam 2 inch single ball to Sea & Sea style arms, original box, manual, batteries( 1 battery for each light), and chargers. Price is $2300 for the pair(1150 each). More detailed specs here: http://keldanlights.com/english/products/compact-video-lights/video-4x.html?ridcat=50
  2. I have a complete LM Bluefin Canon S21 video kit for sale. Asking $3,300 USD. The kit includes the following: Canon S21 videocamera with 2 extra batteries, remote & manual Bluefin S21 housing with OLED monitor and orange color filter Fathom 80 Wide Angle Lens Bluefin monitor shroud Light arms Light & Motion Sola 2000x lights (batteries need to be replaced) All cords, extra o-rings & included tools Pelican 1520 Case All the equipment is in absolutely perfect shape except the light batteries need replacing. I am the original owner...it just doesn't get used enough. I'll ship wherever you like w/ insurance at your cost. For payment please use Paypal. Thanks and let me know if you need any further details.
  3. I have an OMD EM5 with Nauticam housing. only problem is there is enough light I cant white balance. which makes its super hard to get good video. It simply comes up with a screen that says something like, "cannot white balance." My question is, are all M4/3 cameras like this? does anyone have experience with the GH4 that they can share? Also, are DSLRS like the 5dMKIII any better? or can anyone recommend a camera that has this dialled?
  4. I am selling my GoPro Hero 4 Silver and Housing Package. It was used on only one dive trip and on only 5 dives. The camera, housing, and all associated parts are in excellent condition and like new. Package Includes: 1) GoPro Hero 4 Silver Camera (Camera value is $400) 2) Backscatter mount with top and side mounts, bolts, screws, and allen wrench 3) 3 Color filters for 5-20 feet, 20-60 feet, 60+ feet 4) Backscatter macromate mini with mount 5) Handle, tray, arm, and mounts for GoPro 6) Light and Motion Sola 1200 Video Light, charging cable, and case (Light value alone is $600) 7) 32bg MicroSD card included Asking $1200, free shipping to Lower 48 States. I have the warranty, and original papers for the video light and the camera. Great to use on its own for photos and videos in the water or above! Sorry not sure why the photos are upside down, but if you need I can email them to you.
  5. Housing includes: BluefinHD for Sony Z1/FX1 ultra wide (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel) angle port 110° angle ( only 30 made very rare!! ) Standard wide angle port Macro/ Flat port Flip down +4 diopter Flip down red filter Spare o-rings 1 spare handle for parts upgraded light fixings Camera includes: Sony HVR Z1U camera Operation 119x10H, Drum run 78x10H, Tape run 45x10H, Threading 99x10 1 x Charger 1 x Wide-angle lens Price: $2200 usd or Open to very good offers + Shipping from Mexico Can split if required
  6. Great kit comes with dome port, flat port, pelican case 1620 and throwing in the ultra wide (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel) 94 degree. Just finished our last film for NatGeo entirely filmed with this setup. Check: liquidmotionfilm.com for our work and as a reference Equipment currently on location in Cozumel, Mexico. (987)8789690 PRICE= US$ 5000 + P&P
  7. 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.
  8. Permanently sealed and flood proof, 13 megapixels still images and full 1080pHD video, Wireless sharing to smart phone or tablet, UBS cable, 140 degree fisheye lens, piano keys, 32 GB Internal memory for 8000+ pictures or 6+ hours of video, waterproof to 200 feet. Sea Dragon 2000 Lumen Light, 60 minutes burn time at full, 100-degree wide beam angle, waterproof to 200 ft. Included in box Micro HD+ SL501 camera, wrist strap, camera pouch, USB cable/cable adapter, wall charger, international plug adapters, Sea Dragon 2000Lumen Light, lithium ion battery, AC power adapter, charging tray, international plug adapter, spare O-ring, O-ring tool remover, Sand Guard. Flex-Connect Micro Tray and Grip, Sea Dragon Case New, never used, Retail $899. will sell for $799. Continental US shipping only! Payment with PayPal. SeaLife warrantee.
  9. Selling my two Aquavolt 7000 lights because I need canister-style lights, instead. I'm the original owner and purchased these new about a year ago. I've used them on about 20 dives and kept the batteries well-maintained. Each light comes with all original parts: case, manual, battery, charger, etc. There are some light scratches around the edges, which are pretty hard to avoid when you have to hand your camera to someone as you climb back aboard a busy boat, but overall they're in excellent condition. I've had no problems with them at all. They retail for $1999. I'm selling for $1500 each or $2800 for both, plus shipping. Here are two examples of me using them for macro and wide angle in dark water.
  10. Selling my 2 Ikelite DS 161 strobes. Used only 5 times and only once in salt water. Like new...fab condition. Both come with their own battery and battery charger. Super efficient. One single cable and one dual cable. Come with the standard arms. Selling the pair for $1600 (sorry, not for sale individually).
  11. Hello everyone, I wanted to share my latest episode in the 'Rolling in the Deep' series. This time taking a look at the critters in Milne Bay. PNG is a terrific destination, and Milne Bay is an area where it can offer both fantastic macro and wide angle photography. As always comments are welcome. Let me know what you liked and didn't. Enjoy! Dustin
  12. I mentioned in an earlier thread that I had been experimenting with some video light filters with the objective of finding a better balance between underwater ambient light and the broader (red) spectrum of artificial video lights. Here is the problem, obvious in the screenshot below: the area covered by the video light has a lot of warm colour (reds and yellows) but the background is all greenish-blue. Colour-correcting this scene is either a compromise or a complex exercise of selective secondary colour-corrections. I think that I've found a cheap DIY system that can solve this problem and can be tuned to most underwater ambient light circumstances. The main component is a 4x4 filter holder made by Lee Filters. It's all plastic and rubber so nothing to rust. $20USD each at BH Photo: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/162544-REG/LEE_Filters_GS_Gel_Snap_4x4_Filter.html Here is the holder with an aqua filter (the same filter that I used in the shot further below) The slip-on rubber-band mounting system enables it to fit on most underwater video lights. I use them on a pair of iTorch 7s but they also fit the Keldan Luma4s. Here is folder mounted on the iTorch7. It can be "wriggled on" easy enough and will not easily fall off - although I do take them off when getting into and out of the water so that they don't get bumped off. The filters are pieces of plastic that I cut from document folders that I bought in stationery shops. I wandered around a few shops until I had found a mix of light blue, dark blue, aqua (green-blue) etc. The firmer document folder covers work best. I also cut some uncoloured plastic squares that are a neutral colour but make a nice diffuser for softer macro lighting for night dives. You can take a few different shades of the colour filters on each dive but I find that I can usually judge from the surface what I will need. The technique is simply to look at the colour of the water and select a filter that is the closest match. If the water looks tropical blue, use a blue filter; if it looks greenish, use an aqua coloured filter. So, here is the result. This is the same scene as above, shot with the aqua filter on both lights then quickly colour-corrected in FCPX to reduce the green and boost the reds. To my eyes, this image is very close to what it looked like underwater last week in Lembeh. (the coconut octopus inside the drink bottle is guarding eggs and in the last few days of her life). I have also used the same system in the deep blue waters of North Komodo, where a light blue filter worked best. So for $40, some time wandering around stationery shops and a little bit of scissor work, you can make a video light filter system that will enable you to balance ambient and artificial light in most situations. Regards Peter
  13. I have a Canon Vixia G20 Camera with a Gates housing, lots of extras including batteries, diopters, wide angle and standard flat port. I bought in April of 2013. Everything is in great working order ans hoots AWESOME video! Email for pics. I have almost $5000 invested . First $1500. U.S. takes it! Gates Announces Housing for Canon HF G-20 Camcorder By Hergen Spalink, March 10, 2013 @ 05:59 AM (EST) Source: Gates Housings Gates Housings announced the arrival of the HF G20 Housing for Canon's latest consumer camcorder. The housing will support the Canon Vixia HF G20, HF G10, XA10, and Legria HF G25. The major draw of the housing is the large window that allows use of the built-in LCD monitor at wide viewing angles. The housing features Gates' non-vignetting ports and an internal flip filter for natural light shooting color correction. An added benefit is the ability to use all available battery sizes meaning less battery changes throughout the day of diving. Camera : Experience Pro-level Imaging True video enthusiasts and advanced amateurs will find their inspirational match in the new VIXIA HF G20. Designed to rival pro-level camcorders in image quality, it's equipped with a Genuine Canon 10x HD Video Lens with 8-bladed iris for stunning quality video and soft, beautiful background blur. The camcorder's Canon HD CMOS Pro Image Sensor provides extraordinary flexibility with extended dynamic range, enhanced gradation, and significantly more light capture for 20% improved low-light performance*. You'll record up to 12 hours of crisp HD video to a 32GB internal flash drive or simultaneously to 2 memory card slots (SDHC and fast, high-capacity SDXC). For extra assurance Relay Recording automatically switches recording to the SD memory cards when the internal drive is full so you never miss a moment - the second card takes over automatically when the first becomes full. Dynamic SuperRange Optical Image Stabilization keeps your video smooth and blur-free, even at the long end of the zoom, and Intelligent IS ensures effortless stabilization no matter what the shooting situation. The VIXIA HF G20 can deliver simultaneous output to both the Electronic Viewfinder with pro-style large eye cap, and the bright 3.5-inch Touch Panel LCD. For easy, high-quality shooting, Smart AUTO automatically recognizes and selects proper settings for 38 different scenes, and the camcorder's rich array of manual functions and Professional Shooting Assist Functions bring a new level of control to your video. Your creativity is further supported with newly customizable Cinema-Look Filters to alter the mood and intensity of your video, and Touch Decoration options to add an element of fun and excitement.
  14. Note: This system includes a Gates FX7/V1 Video Housing and Sony HVR-V1U 1080i Professional HDV video camera and all accessories shown, including a Pelican 1660 case. $2500 (for everything shown/listed) + $100 shipping. This system is complete and ready to dive. Included: Gates FX7/V1 Video Housing (never used or been in the water) External video monitor Control handles Carry handle White board (2) Complete spare o-ring kits Novus scratch remover kit Sony HVR-V1U Professional HDV Camcorder Battery Charger Case of Sony HDV Digital Master tapes HVR-VIU training DVD Pelican 1660 Case Padded/modular interiorGates FX7/V1 Video Housing with Gates External Monitor Durable, "Bulletproof" machined aluminum, anodize finish, and sealed with nickel-acetate process Adjustable Handles let you find the best balance and position for your hands on the controls Reliable Mechanical Controls means no sticky buttons or faulty electronic controls Internal Flip Filter provides quick, effortless use of the color correction filter Interchangeable ports for easy switch between Flat, Wide, and Super Wide Ports Quality optics for great clarity, sharpness, no vignetting (cut off dark corners) DEPTH: 450 feet BATTERY: Accepts Sony batteries up to NPF-970 DIMENSIONS: 14.5" x 9.1" x 6.8"(12" including handles Sony HVR-V1U 1080i Professional HDV Camcorder 1080/24P scanning with 2:3 pull-down recording 3 ClearVid CMOS sensor system; 4:2:2 color used by Sony Enhanced Image Processor 20x Carl Zeiss Vario-Zonnar T lens with extra-low dispersion glass; 1.5x digital extender 3.5-inch widescreen Clear Photo plus LCD display Dual XLR audio inputs with variable control; supplied shotgun microphone Dual XLR audio inputs with variable control and supplied shotgun microphone 3.5-inch widescreen Clear Photo plus LCD display 3 ClearVid CMOS sensor system , 4:2:2 color used by Sony Enhanced Image Processor 1080/24P scanning with 2:3 pull-down recording 20x Carl Zeiss Vario-Zonnar T lens with extra-low dispersion glass , 1.5x digital extender Will not ship outside the USA. Please do not ask. Please feel free to email with any questions or if you need additional photos: ken@pr-si.com
  15. Film has been refrigerated since it was purchased. In original box. Each one in plastic film tube. There are 4 boxes of 20 and 1 box with 14 rolls available. Two boxes expired 2009 and two boxes expired 2006, 14 roll box expired 2007. Total of 94 rolls. Original price was $9.00 a roll Selling Price: $75.00 for 94 rolls. (will also through in 13 rolls in plastic tube that were loose and refrigerated free!) Shipping: free Package includes original box, film in tubes. If you would like more information and/or pictures, please contact me off-line at bfactor@beverlyfactor.com or call me at 949-689-8794.
  16. not sure what happened to that last post! Film has been refrigerated since it was purchased. In original box. Each one in plastic film tube. There are 4 boxes of 20 and 1 box with 14 rolls available. Two boxes expired 2009 and two boxes expired 2006, 14 roll box expired 2007. Total of 94 rolls. Original price was $9.00 a roll Selling Price: $75.00 for 94 rolls. (will also through in 13 rolls in plastic tube that were loose and refrigerated) Shipping: free Package includes original box, film in tubes. If you would like more information and/or pictures, please contact me off-line at bactor@beverlyfactor.com or call me at 949-689-8794.
  17. Film has been refrigerated since it was purchased. In original box. Each one in plastic film tube. There are 4 boxes of 20 and 1 box with 14 rolls available. Two boxes expired 2009 and two boxes expired 2006, 14 roll box expired 2007. Total of 94 rolls. Original price was $9.00 a roll Selling Price: $75.00 for 94 rolls. (will also through in 13 rolls in plastic tube that were loose and refrigerated) Shipping: free Package includes original box, film in tubes. If you would like more information and/or pictures, please contact me off-line at bfactor@beverlyfactor.com or call me at 949-689-8794.
  18. Hi all, I wonder if someone have already tried any tripod fluid video head underwater, form smooth pan/tilt camera movements? If so, what brand and model have provided the best results/durability? First of all, do you think it his really necessary a fluid head to achieve that level of camera movements smoothness, or, since the rig is underwater, a regular (no fluid inside) pan/tilt head is enough? My main concern is about how long will a fluid video head survive in the salt water conditions, maintaining it's fluid movements. I'm considering, for now, a Manfrotto MH055M8-Q5 ( just for the ability to shoot both photo and video in the same dive) or a dedicated fluid head like the 503 SERIES. But of course I would like to hear any other suggestion that you might have... Thanks! Cheers,
  19. Two ikelite strobes, used less than a handful of times and only once in salt water. Had these with my Ikelite housing, which I also recently sold. These lights are amazing. I paid >$2500 new for these. Asking $1600 for the pair. They come with one dual cable, one single cable, both arms (as shown in the photos), and 2 battery chargers. Buyer will pay shipping and insurance (cost will depend on location).
  20. I would really like to get my hands on the discontinued itorch pro 4 light. I have a working one, and my other light - a Fisheye - has finally died. I'm tired of leapfrogging lights and would like a matching pair for a change. Please PM if you have one for sale. Thanks!
  21. Hi all, Just joined wetpixel forum. Been interested in underwater videos since last year. This is the latest video taken from my latest trip to Padang Bai & Tulamben, Bali - Indonesia. Taken with Sony RX100 MkII in Nauticam NA-RX100II housing, subsee +10 diopter, FIT UWL07, UR/PRO CY filter and a couple of video lights. Posted the video in youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2MEn2KC8Uk Comments and critics are very welcome. Thanks, Hafidz
  22. Amphibico Dive Buddy Evo Pro and Sony HVR-A1P video camera. This is the Pro version of the Amphibico housing with a complete set of controls, utilising both housing grips. There's one-push white balance via the camera's 'Assign' button. The housing features also include; electronic zoom control; manual focus control; manual exposure control; tele-macro control; internal flip arm for red filter or diopters. hydrophone; moisture alarm; There are 3 lens port for the housing; flat port wide angle port macro port There is full 'zoom through' each of these ports. In addition for the housing; additional flip arm with diopter lenses for macro work ur-pro green water filter Amphibico soft carry case o – ring set ball adaptor for accessory/lighting arm The Sony A1 camera is PAL format HDV. It allows full manual control over focus, shutter speed, exposure, camera color, sharpness and 3 gamma settings. There are zebra, peaking and histogram displays, one-press telemacro and expanded focus. In addition there's an XLR audio adaptor and shotgun microphone – these do not fit in the housing. There's the full set of cables, charger, battery and user manual that came with the camera; in addition; 1 x cleaning tape new 3 x new recording tapes 1 x large capacity battery NP-QM71D 1 x external battery charger 1 x wide angle lens adaptor (not for use in housing) 1 x telephoto lens adaptor (not for use in housing) 2 x firewire cables 4 pin to 4 pin and 4 pin to 6 pin 1 x PCMCIA slot in fire wire adaptor for laptop Asking: US$1,250 Located in Krabi, Thailand I have had lots of very reliable use out of this equipment, please contact me with any questions. thanks Simon
  23. Hi everyone, As I still have Amphibico PD150 housing in a good shape, is it possible to use it with some new HD camera instead of old Sony PD150. Any experience? Best regards
  24. I'm getting ready to purchase a pair of cameras for scientific video analysis of freshwater fish behavior. I've done as much reading as I can to put together a suitable system, and would appreciate the opinions of some professional underwater photographers about my plan and anything I might have overlooked. I'm going to use a stereo pair of video cameras, placed side-by-side on a crossbar on the bottom of a small, shallow, clear, freshwater stream, pointed at a drift-feeding fish (that is, a fish that maintains one semi-stationary position in the river and darts back and forth from there to intercept potential prey from the current). I need to be as close to the fish as possible, with the best sharpness possible, to resolve subtle details (for example, to see whether it "spit out" an item it just captured), yet I also need to have a wide enough view that almost all the fish's prey capture attempts are on-screen in both cameras. The fish will be anywhere from a few inches to ten feet from the cameras. I'll be using the video from the two cameras to make precise 3-D measurements of the fish's activity using software I wrote (http://www.vidsync.org), but I don't need feedback on the 3-D part of things, just maximizing image quality. To assure adequate camera placement and maximize recording quality, I need to run clean HDMI output from the cameras to external recorders, which I'll be observing from dry land up on the stream bank. I'll be setting the exposure/focus/etc and starting the recording manually, placing the cameras in the stream, and then watching the fish through the monitors on the bank to make sure the camera placement is good. One important difference between my requirements and those of most videographers is that I don't want the "cinematic" look -- I need every frame of the video to give the sharpest possible view of every detail, including moving objects (like the tiny drifting items the fish are pursuing). This means going for the fastest shutter speed I can (widest aperture and highest ISO) while maintaining adequate DoF for sharp focus throughout the virtual image and avoiding losing important details to high ISO noise. Artificial lighting is not possible, and I expect to work in a range of natural midday lighting on sunny/cloudy days or in moderate shade from trees. My plan is to use a pair of the following: Camera body: Nikon D5300 Lens: Samyang/Rokinon/other brands 8mm f/3.5 Aspherical Fisheye for Nikon AE Second choice lens: Nikon AF DX 10.5mm f/2.8G ED Fisheye Housing: Ikelite #6801.53, with hole drilled for HDMI bulkhead Housing port: Zen Underwater DP-230 9" Superdome Housing port spacer: I don't know HDMI monitor/recorder: Atomos Ninja Blade HDMI bulkhead and cable: DiveAndSee It makes me nervous that Ken Rockwell's review of the Samyang/Rokinon lens says it can focus up to 12" from the image plane, which will hopefully allow it to focus on parts of the virtual image all the way up to the 9" dome, but I'm not sure. The Nikon lens could definitely focus close enough, but it's more expensive and based on reviews I've read seems like its projection and optical performance aren't quite as good. Also I assume it would have a very slightly narrower field of view and smaller depth of field given the longer focal length. Also, I don't know what kind of spacer (if any) will be needed to approximately align the nodal points of the dome and the lens. Does anyone have experience with this combination? I'd appreciate your thoughts on the likely performance of this system, things I might be overlooking, options that might be better, etc. Thanks in advance for any help!
  25. Gates Housing for Panasonic HVX200 (P2) package includes: - Gates Housing - High resolution wide screen monitor - Standard port - Fathom super wide port - Pelican travel case Value of $14,850 asking price for Housing alone $7500 Can also sell with - Panasonic AG-HVX200 P2 HD Camcorder (including 2 batteries, charger and P2 cards) Value new $4200 asking price for camera $1200 - Schneider Optics .75X Wide angle converter lens value new $1235 asking price $500 - Light and Motion Sunray 2000 Lighting system (brand new!) including GAS adapter for Gates housing value new $3950 asking price $1900 Everything is in Excellent condition. Dome ports have no scratches. Lighting system and wide angle adapter are brand new/never used. Has been kept in air conditioned warehouse when not in use. Super reliable system. Will make a special price of for someone that wants to buy the complete package of housing, camera and lighting system etc of $10,000 (shipping not included) contact me at stefaniebrendl@gmail.com for inquiries.
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