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  1. I am selling my much loved DSLR photo/video platform. It is for the Canon 7D camera (can be included - contact for details). It is based on the absolutely amazing Nauticam housing. It has enabled me to shoot some really amazing pictures and video. I have attached some small examples but can share more examples if desired. Total purchase cost for me was in excess of $10,000. I am selling it for half of that - $5,000. Everything works, in great shape, travels in the included backpack and can be shipped worldwide. Here are the details of the package: Housing: Nauticam NA-7D Underwater Housing for the Canon 7D Camera purchased for $2800.00 details: https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-NA-7D-Housing-for-the-Canon-7D Lenses: Tokina 10-17 Tokina 10-17mm lens purchased for $579.00 Canon 60mm lens Canon 60mm AF lens purchased for $400.00 Ports/Domes/Viewfinder: Zen 100mm dome purchased for $899.00 Nauticam Macro Port N105VR with M67 Thread purchased for $350.00 Nauticam Extension Ring 20 With Lock purchased for $220.00 Nauticam 180 Degree Viewfinder w/ External Diopter Adjustment purchased for $900.00 Strobes/Lights/Cables: Nauticam Single Nikonos 5-pin Bulkhead with Hotshoe Connection purchased for $100.00 2 x Light And Motion Sola 600 Compact Imaging Light with ball arm adapter purchased for $620 each (total $1240) 2 x Sea & Sea YS-110 strobes purchased for $689.00 each (total $1378.00) 2 x Sea & Sea 5-PIN Sync Cord (N Type) purchased for $125.00 each (total $250.00) Sea & Sea Dual 5-Pin Sync Cord for Two YS Series Strobes w/Nikonos Bulkhead purchased for $200 2 x Nauticam Fiber Optic Cable $80.00 each (total $160.00) Travel: Airport AccelerationTM V2.0 Large backpack purchased for $279.00 Nauticam 17cm Lanyard and Strobe Mounting Ball Set (Housing Attachment) purchased for $90 Also includes various double ball ultralight arms & clamps. Approximate purchase cost was $400
  2. Selling my trusty GoPro4 + Sola2000 rig. Used once in Cayman for some awesome video. $750 for the whole thing. Can ship anywhere. Backscatter Sola 2000 Dual Video Light Package (bs-sola2k-pkg2): Purchased for = $899.00 FLIP3.1 MacroMate Mini Combo Package for GoPro Hero4, Hero3+ & Hero3 (bs-flip31-mmc): Purchased for = $229.00 GoPro HERO4 Black Adventure Edition Action Video Camera (gp-chdhx-401): Purchased for = $499.99 GoPro LCD Touch BacPac (gp-alcdb-304): Purchased for = $79.99 Cetacea Housing Coiled Lanyard purchased for $19.00
  3. Two Keldan 4X Video Light Heads. Factory updated in June of 2016 to have the new (at that time) 7000 lumen heads six batteries (three sets of two) Two Chargers Originally purchased in 2014, they were sent in to Keldan and updated in June of 2016 to have the newer heads. I have all documentation. Comes with 3 sets of batteries. All have approx the same burn times. Latest set of batteries purchased June of 2017 Perfect working condition, pristine lens/heads. Light wear on body, no problems switches etc work perfectly. $1960 + shipping (item located in California, USA). rogeruzun@gmail.com
  4. Just posted a brief video showing California Lizardfish feeding on Anchovy off La Jolla Shores in San Diego, CA. Shot with a Panasonic GH5, Keldan Luna 4 Video Lights and a Panasonic 14-42mm lens.
  5. Traveled to the Philippines in Nov 2017, Coron and Malapascua. Here's a short video showing a few highlights of the trip. Some fantastic diving with great guys. Shot using a Panasonic GH5 camera, panasonic 14-42mm lens, +10 Diopter (+3 in water), CMC-1 diopter and WWL-1 Lens in a Nauticam housing. Surface shots taken with a Panasonic VX870 camcorder, aerial shots with a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone. Same video on Vimeo here - -Roger Uzun rogeruzun@gmail.com
  6. Hiya, does anyone offer a UW video workshop in BC, Canada? I have a Nauticam housing for the Sony As7II.. Cheers Kalle
  7. Let's see if a mod can split this thread On WA shots I used to place my light arms more or less at the same height of my camera. Now I try to place them higher than my camera trying to have a light angle coming from above. I like the shadows I get. Of course every reef is different so your mileage may vary. Now I have 4 lights. Two old Keldan Luna 8 CRI (5K lumen each I guess). Two prototypes built by a friend of mine (12K lumen each). I never mounted them together. IMHO I would get a correctly exposed flat image, nothing more. When a keen buddy is available I give him the most powerful set. I fill the subject in front of me with my Keldan and my buddy "flies" 1,5 meters above my head trying to light up the scene/subject from above. Then we play with different angles. I find that in this way you get amazing shadows. Sometime we get a sense of depth impossible to get in other ways. Sometime we try a different approach: I light up part of the scene in front of me filming my buddy which in turn light up further far away. Sometimes we get clips we like a lot, sometimes just trash. This video was made from two dives we experimented a lot this technique. I made a lot of mistakes (i.e. I left my lights on while being well far away from the subject getting only a lot of backscatter. The Gerardia Savaglia was completely burnt on the highlights cause I haven't zebra on my GH3) nevertheless you can see several examples of what I'm trying to explain. The amphora at 1:12 and 1:24 is light up from my lights and from my buddy above. The same scene at 1:30 is light up only by me and as you can see it's not simply a matter of exposure. The clip at 1:12 has a completely different depth of field. We used the same "tricks" on most of the clips of this video: You can see what you can get on a big sponge light up from the opposite at 2:13. Again the small gerardia savaglia from 2:40 is light up from above even in the close up clip. At 3:22 you can see my buddy moving upwards while I film the small dendrophyllia and you can see how the reef appears under this kind of light. At 4:29 an example of me lighting up part of the scene in front of me while my buddy, in turn, lights up further far away. We gently move together giving a great "sense of depth" IMHO. I understand that I have very particular tastes for UW imaging. I do not pretend to be mainstream and sometime I'm very contentious here Once you have several lights and some collaborative buddy you can be very creative. In conclusion... we never get bored underwater. Bye
  8. Hello! I'm selling two "Keldan Video 4X 6000lm" lights on behalf of a friend. Included are the two lights, two batteries and two chargers. Price: 1800€ I'm located in Austria. If you have further questions don’t hesitate to contact me! Technical details: - 6000 Lumen Output - 110 Degree Beam Angle in Water - 82 CRI - 5000K Color Temp - Extreme Efficiency from Custom Reflector and Dome Lens - Magnetic Power Switch - Intelligent Lithium Ion Battery (Since this is a private sale is no warranty)
  9. FOR SALE: Dive and See Underwater Housing DNC-N kit for Ninja-2 recorder and monitor, used to view and record video with Canon 5D3 camera in a Seacam housing. -- Dive and See Underwater Housing DNC-N comes with moisture alarm, right angle connector (bulkhead M14), sunshade protector, cold shoe ball mount, mini HDMI right angle connector and cable. I paid $1659 new for this kit. http://www.diveandsee.com/products/underwater-monitors/dnc-n -- Also included are Ninja-2 recorder and monitor, charger, 2 batteries. I paid $767 new for this. -- Also included: SanDisk Extreme II 240 GB SSD hard drive Total package price for everything: $1000. Payment via Paypal, shipping included in lower 48 USA. Photos attached. Everything in excellent shape, works fine, never flooded or dropped, etc. Interested parties please contact me directly, email is best: brandoncole@msn.com Thank you, Brandon Cole tel: 509-535-3489 e: brandoncole@msn.com
  10. This was posted 5 years ago, without any great recommendations at that time. Anything new out there? So many resources for underwater photography, so few for video. I found this: http://www.jeffgoodman.co.uk/Book.html– published 5 years ago. Curious if there are others I've missed.
  11. I have two used Ikelite DS161 Strobes/Video lights up for sale. I purchased both of them used last spring 2017 from Ebay. I used them both less than 10 times (probably more like 4 times) and realized that they are just too unwieldy for instream photography. I recently bought a Retra strobe and I think that the size is a bit more what I am looking for. So I am now trying to offload these two Ikelites. One of the strobes has some cosmetic wear from the previous owner (see pics). The other strobe is in great shape. Both strobes are fully functional and operate well. Both have battery packs, sync port covers (metals screw caps) and both have the 1" ball adapters. However, I only have one diffuser and one charger. Looking for $1400 for the pair - shipping and PayPal fees included. PayPal or local pickup in Seattle, WA. For feedback - Ebay: iakona808 FredMiranda: Jsatoshi My website is JasonSChing.com -Shoot me a message on any of these if you'd like me to confirm. Thanks for looking! -Jason
  12. Hi all, I enjoy diving at sometimes challenging conditions and I do not want my camera gear to set my diving limits but I want better quality film and stills than a Gopro or similar can offer, heres my solution, I find it works well and want to share. Enjoy.
  13. For Sale, Nauticam Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera system. Shoots great video. Only in the water a few times. All in good working order and great cosmetic shape as well. No scratches on the dome or the lens. System: NA-BMPCC Housing (New - $1850) Nauticam N85 6 inch Wide Angle Port With Focus Knob (New - $680) Nauticam P714-Z Zoom Gear: Panasonic 7-14/4 (New - $200) Nauticam LCD Magnifier with Dioptric Adjustment (New - $170) Nauticam EN-EL20 Battery Holder for NA-BMPCC (New - $150) Nauticam Vacuum Valve System (New - $220) Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera (New - $995) Panasonic Lumix G Vario 7-14mm f/4 ASPH. Lens (New - $899) 3 - EN-EL20 Batteries (New - $45) Nikon MH-27 Charger for EN-EL20 Battery (New - $29) Total cost new - $5240 Asking only $1900 for complete system Feel free to ask any questions. I can take Paypal. Thanks for looking.
  14. i recently purchased an Olympus TG5 after using a TG1 since its release. I didn't have much time to play with it before our trip so pretty much stuck it in UW wide or UW macro. I use two Hi-max video lights which are very bright (so much so I mostly frighten the fish). Been sitting trying to thin out my videos and really wishing I'd spent some time on holiday looking at the files while we were there. Everything, including the shallow reef stuff is BLUE! Even in 5m of water, it's very blue and when I try to correct I end up with very flat "beige" footage. Here are a few examples: Octopus: shot with video lights, less than 15m and vectorscope of image as shot Fixed image and vectorscope: Turtle shot with video lights at less than 10m. LHS uncorrected; RHS corrected Corrected image and vectorscope: I think I know what has happened, I think my lazy use of the UW mode has pretty much cancelled out my video lights. Or the lights have confused the sensor. I'm not sure what WB mode is best for UW with lights, the old TG1 wasn't quite so sophisticated as the new camera. Any ideas on how to rescue the flat looking footage? Or what is the best setting for UW video with lights on a TG5? Thanks Sharon
  15. Despite almost zero information within the Red colour channel, the R3D files from the Scarlet W still grade up nicely. Took about 12 nodes to get to this point but considering the starting point of this clip, it turned out reasonably well, especially given the conditions. Conditions were tough with maybe 5 metres vis, surgy and lots of floating particles. This shot was about 18 metres deep. Scarlet W, 5k 50fps, Nikon 16-35mm and 8 inch dome on the Gates Pro Action Housing. Graded in Davinci Resolve 14.
  16. Complete Underwater Video Setup. I am no longer diving, so reluctantly selling all my underwater video equipment as one bundled auction. Everything is in excellent condition. The gear has never been flooded, and has been lovingly and meticulously maintained. The full auction includes - Mangrove by Aditech Underwater Housing MVHP-1 rated to 200m to suit Panasonic Video Cameras (current retail is approx $2000) Aditech WP-80 Wide Angle Lens with Neoprene Cover (cost $500) Panasonic HDC-TM700 Video Camera Panasonic HDC-SD900 Video camera 6 x Batteries for the Video Cameras (4 x standard, 2 x extended life) 2 x Panasonic Battery Chargers 2 x Panasonic Power Cords 1 x Panasonic Multi Video Lead 1 x Panasonic Power Adapter 2 x Panasonic Lens Shades 2 x Panasonic Remote Controls 1 x additional (spare) Aditech Housing Handle 2 x additional (spare) Housing Clips 1 x Housing Flat Port 1 x Standard Port Adapter 1 x Travel Port Cap 8 x Rechargeable Batteries for Housing 2 x Battery Chargers 1 x additional (spare) Internal Camera Tray Various spare O rings 1 x Flat Port Tool Further details, including sample videos shot using this setup are available on request. Larger detailed photos are available on my website http://www.yambabeach.net.au/video.html Asking AUD$990 plus postage. The total weight of the parcel will be between 8 and 9 kilos, and will pack in to a box approx 50cm x 35cm x 38cm. Postage costs may be more affordable by packing into two smaller parcels.
  17. My diving days are over and I am selling my seldom used Nautical GH4 rig.Of course if possible, I would love to sell everything all at once. I'm not sure of the current value for everything, so I would consider all offers. Everything is in excellent conditionn Here is the list with either original or current prices: Here is some footage from this system: HOUSING Nautical NA-GH4 $2250 M14 Vaccum valve $220 CAMERA Panasonic Lumix GH4 body $900 WIDE ANGLE SET UP Nauticam 4.33 Dome Port for Lumix G Fisheye 8mm F3,5 $495 Panasonic Lumix G Fisheye 8mm F3.5 Lens $800 MACRO SET UP Nauticam Macro Port 35 for Lumix G X PZ 14-42 LENS $290.0 Nauticam P1442X-PZ Panasonic Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42mm f/3.5-5. $220.0 Saga Dive Dual Flip Lens Holder 67mm $300.00 Reefnet SubSee Magnifier (+5 Diopter) $195.00 TRIPOD Xit 404 tripod bracket $220 3 XIT 404 Tripod Legs $525 LIGHTS 2 Keldan Video 8M CRI 8,000 Lumen 5,600 K Modular Video Light $4180 2 Li-ion spare batteries $920 2 Nauticam Carbon Fiber Float Arm 200mm x 60mm / 8 In. x 2.4 In. $160 2 Nauticam 200mm / 8 Inch Double Ball Arm $96 all clamps and connectors > $200 All but the camera body and spare light batteries fit into a Pelican 1610 case This stuff has to go ! Thanks, Dan baldwin@colorado.edu
  18. Brand Spanking New 2x Keldan torches! I have a pair of these Swiss made torches. Used them once in a test shoot and been sitting in the case ever since. Great for any underwater filmer who takes their work seriously. Also comes with 2 x blue Ambient Light Filters designed for the video lights converts the white video light to ambient light to avoid mixed light conditions due to a mismatch of the color temperatures. Keldan 8x Flux 12,000 lumen 82 CRI Interchangeable battery 5000 Degree Kelvin (this does not include the camera housing or accessories)
  19. Hello All, When using our DSLR to capture video, are you typically using 1080p 30,50 or 60fps? Do you change it when shooting macro vs. WA? If so why? I know if you want to slow something down in Post production you should shoot at a higher FPS rate but is that the only reason? I am not shooting in 4K and don't plan to be anytime soon. I plan only to share things via the Web or output to a standard TV occasionally. Also are you manually white balancing every 10-12 feet or so or leaving it in auto? I'm shooting with a D7200, Kraken Video lights in a Nauticam housing. Just finding my footing with this setup and looking for what others are doing to help reduce the learning curve. Thanks, Hank
  20. Hi everyone, I’m currently looking for two Keldan 4x or Keldan 8x lights. I would prefer a seller within Europe (due to customs duty) since I’m located in Austria. So, if you have a pair to sell, please let me know! Cheers Paul
  21. I know this isn't still photography, but it's imagery! I wanted to share this short film that my husband and I made in Tangkoko Nature Reserve (focusing on Spectral Tarsiers & Celebes Macaques) while taking a break from diving on the northern end of Sulawesi, Indonesia. https://vimeo.com/217809929
  22. I've always been a stills shooter underwater, but when I won a video light in a photo competition recently I thought what the heck, I'd make an attempt at shooting some video for a change. First thing I notice when I get the footage on my computer screen is that I seem to have some stuck pixels, particularly a decent-sized red spot near the middle of the frame. I guess these have always been mapped out with my images in Lightroom, so I never really knew they were there. Help! What can I do? It's awful, and completely ruins the video. I am shooting with a Canon 5D Mark II. It's a camera I've had for years (well out of warranty). Thank you Wetpixelites!
  23. Keldan Video Lights in Excellent Condition They just over 2 years old and now have less than 20 dives on them. I recently used them on 6 dives in Indonesia for a Manta Video (last week) and now will no longer need them as they will not get used until late next year. So rather than storing them I am posting them here. The original batteries are still in excellent condition and hold a full charge so you still get the 55min- 2.5hr burn time. These are the modular version so you are able to update the video heads as Keldan releases new technology. ​Cost $4200 + new Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. You can check the specs with Backscatter where they were originally purchased. Package comes with: Asking $2095 USD for - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Lights - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Batteries (Original Batteries) - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Ball Clamps - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Chargers ---- If you are interested in two spare batteries (bought one month ago and have been charged once) for a total of 4 batteries Package above (+) $700 USD = $2795 - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Batteries (used once - basically brand new - Paid $880 a month ago) ----- I have sold other items on Wetpixel here like an aquatic 5DMKIII housing and Flouro Diving Kit I will accept Paypal Only. ----
  24. Hey everyone, I'm going on a week long live aboard trip in a week. I have a camera/housing, but no lights yet. Is there anywhere I can rent video lights (higher lumen, as I am shooting primarily wide angle)? They would need to be shipped because I live in Jacksonville or if I can pick up near the Orlando airport, that would work as well. Thanks in advance!
  25. For Sale: 2 Bigblue VL15000P video lights. Used on documentary work. Well maintained. Minor scratches. 9 out of 10 Condition. Great for video production, lighting up caves and wrecks. $850.00 each or $1600.00 for both. Buyer to pay actual shipping. Big Blue VL15000P 15,000 Lumens LED Photo Video Light: Big Blue VL15000P Provides a Whopping FIFTEEN THOUSAND LUMENS! The "Chubby", Newest Powerhouse in Big Blue Line of Photo/Video Products Self-Contained with Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery Pack Batteries and Charger Included with Easy-to-Access Battery Pack Beam Angle: 160° Degree Push-Button On/Off Switching System with 4-Power Output Settings and SOS Function Built-In Red LED Setting with 10 XPE LED's 36- XML LED Cell Design Standard 1" (2.5cm) Ball Joint for Easy Mounting to Any-Camera System 4 Levels of White Light Output: 1500 Lumens, at Level-l 3750 Lumens at Level-ll 7500 Lumens at Level-lll 15000 Lumens at Level lV Out-Put in RED LED Mode: 1000 Lumens Burn Times: 1 Hours at Level-lV 2 Hours at Level-lll 4 Hours at Level-ll 10 Hours at Level-l Color Temperature: 6500K Case Material: Aluminum Alloy with Anti-Corrosion Anodized Tempered Optical Glass Front Lens Double O-Ring for Safety Maximum Depth: 330' (100 meters) Tested Dimensions: (L x D) 5.98" x 4.25" (152mm x 108mm) Weight (including batteries): 81.1oz (2300g) Buoyancy (with batteries): Negative -33.16oz (-940g) Color: Black
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