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FS: Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye for Canon
Iristyle posted a topic in ClassifiedsUsed for a couple of weeks, and then has spent a lot of time in my bag. In near mint condition. I have all original materials - box, paperwork, caps, etc. $550 shipped OBO in CONUS PayPal only please
FOR SALE - NIKON 10.5mm FISHEYE
alextyrrell posted a topic in ClassifiedsNikon DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED for sale. The lens is in very good condition and has had minimal use. Has lived in my Dry Cabinet for the last few years with only occasional use, always in housing. Perfect working order with no damage, scratches, etc, Glass is clean. Selling for £375 ono including shipping to UK. Overseas buyers welcome, but shipping at buyers expense. PayPal payment preferred, but possibly accept other methods, however the lens will not be posted until the funds have cleared. If you have any questions please feel free to email on email@example.com.
Full frame fisheye zoom - the petition
drpepper posted a topic in Photography Gear and TechniqueI don't think I need to make the case for a full frame fisheye zoom; there have been many threads on this topic, and plenty of workarounds suggested to try and get the Tokina 10-17mm to work effectively on a full frame sensor. A few years back there was talk of making the case directly to Tokina with a petition. As far as I know, this never happened. (If it did, it doesn't seem to have had an effect!) As a result, I've taken the liberty of creating a petition with the aim of getting Tokina to see the market for this lens. If you're in agreement, please sign away! At the same time, if you're able to write something in the comments section of the petition as you sign it (e.g. your thoughts on the lens, if you think you would buy it, etc.) that will lend it much more weight. All the best, Tom P.S. If anyone with a website would like to advertise this petition and therefore make it more effective, please let me know and I can send you the code for a 'widget'. I think.
SUMMARY: -If you have any questions, email me at Josephn5833@sbcglobal.net -Ikelite Housing $500, WA Lens $250, Dome Lens $250 -Price for entire package: $700 (Save $100) -Package is based in the United States in Austin, Texas. Shipping is offered. -Pictures of what’s for sale and sample pictures from video recordings with this camcorder (links provided below) Hi, I am a research student that had the opportunity to do research on the exclusive Lizard Island, Australia for a month. I spent a lot of money on this amazing video set-up, and it exceeded all of my expectations while documenting my research on the Great Barrier Reef. This system has worked flawlessly with absolutely no leaks or issues. At this time, I am not selling the actual Sr11 Sony Video Camcorder, but you can purchase one from eBay for $350-$500. This HD camcorder was $1,000 when it first came out. Below are the details on what is on sale. I also have a lot of photos of the housing as well as video snapshots I took with this video set up. Thanks for taking the time to view my ad, I wish you the best of luck in your underwater videography adventures! HOUSING AND LENSES FOR SALE: -Ikelite Housing with STANDARD port (Model# 6038.94) (Current Newegg Price: $1,300); FOR SALE: $500 -Inon UWL-100 Type 2 Wide Angle Conversion Lens(Current Reef Price: 395.95); FOR SALE: $250 -Inon Dome Unit II for UWL-100 and UWL-100 28 AD Lenses(Current Reef Price: 425.95); FOR SALE: $250 -Sony SR11 Full 1080 HD Camcorder is NOT FOR SALE at this time. But if you really want to buy it, I might sell. Just let me know. EXTRAS: -2X DIY Loc-Line for mounting lights on top of Handles -Red Filter for Standard Port -Red Filter for Inon Wide Angle Conversion Lens -Extra Housing O-Rings and O-Ring Lubricant -Silica Gel packets -PDF manuals + Video Technique articles (very helpful for beginners) PICTURES: -Ikelite Underwater Housing and Lenses (the Inon Wide Angle Lens is connected to the Dome Lens) (http://imgur.com/a/XVjDJ#0) -Snapshots from Video Recordings (The first picture of my filming with this video setup was taken with a Nikon DSLR camera) (http://imgur.com/a/YQ5V4#0) I have a lot of information on how to setup and maintain this underwater video system, so if you're interested in buying, I'll discuss my maintenance routine and shooting technique. This item is based in the United States in Austin, Texas. Shipping is no problem. I guarantee that if you’re looking to buy a new HD video set-up, this will be the best deal you can find. There are just so many extra accessories including lenses that make this great deal for beginners and experienced videographers. If you have any questions, email me at Josephn5833@sbcglobal.net
[mini-review] Fisheye FIX AQUAVOLT3500
Davide DB posted a topic in Video Gear and TechniqueHi all, DISCLAIMER: I do not work for Fisheye nor I get these light for free nor I got some discount. It's a new product, I was one of the first to receive these lights and I wanted to share my opinion on them. I hope you will appreciate this mini review of my new lights Few weeks ago I finally received my brand new FIX Aquavolt3500 video lights from Fisheye Japan. They are self-contained led lights and as their name suggests they have a 3500 lumen output. The light beam covers 115° with an even flux without spots and they guarantee one hour of operating time at maximum power. For a complete data sheet just look at the manufacturer web site. http://www.fisheye-j...3500/index.html I’m not an unboxing lover but I think it is worth a photo showing the carefulness of the packaging. The light kit is composed of the light itself, a small charger with a peculiar base for the battery (I will be back on this shortly), a handle, a 3300mA Lithium battery with two caps, a spare o-ring kit and a tin can of silicone grease. My kit arrived with a Sea&Sea joint which I substituted with a ball joint for my Nauticam arms. I think that you can specify the joint type while ordering. The Aquavolt3500 is entirely built in aluminum alloy with a front mineral glass. The light body has a classic screw type opening with double o-ring. I shot a photo near a 1/2L Coca Cola bottle to give you an idea of their dimensions. Weigh in water is only 290gr. The back of the light has an LCD display which gives information on the power setting, residual battery life and its internal temperature: if the light reaches 68°C it shut down automatically. The user manual specifies that it cannot be used out of water. Near the display there is a knob with a central button. A finger pressure of a couple of seconds turns on the light at the maximum power. Following presses change the power at 80-50-30%. You turn off the light pressing the knob for three seconds. Power output can be regulated also rotating the knob with a 2% steps. This feature is aimed to macro photography. You can finely tune the exposure just rotating the knob. On the left of the knob there is an over-pressure valve and on top of the display something like a cap: user manual states that they can be remotely controlled. Maybe Fisheye has some special accessory for this feature. The custom Lithium battery is worth describing. Electrical contacts on both sides are circular shaped: you can insert the battery into the light or into the charger without paying attention at polarity or position. The battery charger has a custom base with 4 led indicating the ongoing charge (max 3 hours). Inserting the battery into the base without power supply you can check the remaining battery charge through the same 4 led. The battery itself has an extra electrical connection identical to the main charger allowing to be charged without using the base. Continue on next post...
Nikon AF 16mm f2.8 fisheye
jcdovala posted a topic in ClassifiedsThis full frame fisheye is in excellent shape with near perfect glass back and front. Comes with caps and manual. 425.00 plus shipping/ins. email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am selling the following as a package ( http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271015923781 ) -One fully working Canon Powershot S50 Silver with the original box http://www.canon.co..../PowerShot_S50/ -2 batteries: in case you need to replace it on the boat before diving -Battery charger -1 Go Compact flash card -The original 32Mo Compact flash Card -Underwater Housing WP-DC300 in excellent condition http://www.bhphotovi...er_Housing.html -M67 Mount Base DC300 (in excellent condition) to fiit the fish eye lens on the underwater housing http://www.inon.jp/p...compatible.html -UFL-165AD Underwater Fisheye Conversion Lens in excellent condition http://www.inon.jp/p...l165ad/top.html Which is actually the most valuable item in the package: this item is sold at £409 by Camera underwater. This is also what MAKES the underwater pictures outstanding compare to a simple underwater housing without lens. http://www.camerasun...er.co.uk/inonad -A non-working Canon PowerShot S50 black that I kept in case I needed spare parts one day. (I could get you the original box if necessary) EXAMPLES OF WHAT THE CAMERA CAN DO AS WELL AS MORE PICTURES FROM THE PACKAGE http://antoine.thiba...free.fr/Camera/