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  1. Compact wide-angle underwater underwater photography package: Olympus OM-D EM-5 16MP digital mirrorless micro 4/3 camera; Panasonic Lumix 8mm fisheye lens; Nauticam underwater housing; Nauticam 4.33 inch acrylic dome port; tray with two handles; two mounting balls; hand strap; LED hotshoe flash trigger; all original boxes and documentation for all items, including charger and accessory flash for camera, all front & back caps, manuals, etc.; housing is fitted with a bulkhead that allows remote triggering of the camera for polecam use (trigger not included) – if desired this can be replaced with a traditional bulkhead fitting for electronic strobe triggering, however current setup allows strobe triggering via either on-camera flash, or via hotshoe LED trigger. All equipment is in near pristine condition, very lightly used. This was my backup kit for travel – very easy to pack, and also served as a small, lightweight polecam, and as a “digital Nikonos” that I could hang around my neck and easily carry on long swims. I’ve been very happy with this, and am only selling it to upgrade to a new mirrorless with higher resolution. I only used this with the fisheye lens and matching port, and do not have any other lenses or ports for sale, but there is a wide selection available from other sources. $1995 for entire package. Gear is located in Kona, Hawaii, USA. Shipping is additional.
  2. Has anyone used the Subawider III corrector as an adapted wet lens on film/FF cameras? Apparently its sibling, the Subawider II provides great results on the AW-1.
  3. As NEW Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X 107 DX AF Fisheye Lens for Nikon mount. It's $549 new anywhere, this lens is LIKE NEW. You can see by the images that this lens is in pristine condition. This essential lens is a must have for any Nikon DX camera. $400 This lens gives the digital photographer an approximate 180° field of view with dramatic curvature of field or “fish-eye” effect. With this lens an entire view or vista can be captured, wider than the human eye can see. The AT-X 107 opens an entirely new dimension of photography. Unlike other fish-lenses, the AT-X 107 DX gives a full corner-to-corner image. The front element of the AT-X 107 DX has a newly formulated WR or “Water Repellent" optical coating on the glass. This new coating makes marks such as spots left by water or finger-prints much easier to clean than standard multi-coating.** The rear optical group of the lens contains 1 SD (Super-Low Dispersion) glass element to reduce the number of elements (pieces of glass) in the optical design in order to make the lens more compact, light-weight and faster focusing. This lens is designed to work with cameras that have an APS-C sized sensor only. This lens will sell fast! PayPal payment preferred. Whatever method of shipping you would like would be additional. *Contact me if you have any questions regarding this awesome lens. Located in West Palm Beach, FL *****I have a Sea and Sea Zoom Gear for this lens as well, will also fit the Canon 16-35mm F/2.8L***** The zoom gear new is $219 everywhere, it's like NEW. I'll sell it for $150 and if purchased with the lens $100. It's a zoom gear, new/used same thing. Save yourself some money $$$$ This is an expensive hobby we have, go ahead pull the trigger! $500 together or $400 and $150 separate.
  4. Seacam Superdome & Fisheye Dome (160mm) for sale Both in great condition, UK based but willing to ship internationally. Superdome: £900 Fisheye Dome (160mm): £500 Contact me with any questions.
  5. For sale is a Panasonic Lumix 8mm f/3.5 fisheye lens for micro four-thirds cameras. I bought this lens brand new just over one year ago. It is in excellent condition, with no marks or scratches anywhere on the lens or lens body. The lens comes with the original lens cover, case, and box. Price is $500 firm, with free shipping within the U.S. I will ship internationally, but the buyer will pay international shipping costs. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
  6. Selling used but marked (see photos for damage) Nauticam N120 140mm Glass Dome Port with front neoprene cover and rear cover. Have purchased a replacement so do not need this one anymore. Perfectly suits Sigma 15mm FE with no distortion and super compact and lightweight for travel. Beautiful port except for the small ding which does show up as a small dark area which can obviously be fixed in post. Looking for $500 or nearest offer. Can ship anywhere internationally at buyers expense. PM info@migrationmedia.com.au or call 0481276316.
  7. Zen DP-100 - 100mm (4") Optical Glass Dome Port for Nauticam and Tokina 10-17mm For close-focus wide angle work, Zen Underwater is turning conventional 'big dome' wisdom on its ear with a new 100mm (4") dome port for Subal, Nauticam and Sea & Sea housings.Designed specifically for the Nikon DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED and the Tokina Fisheye 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 DX zoom, the DP-100 allows the photographer to get in close where a large dome just won't go for stunning close focus wide angle images. As an added bonus, at only 340g (12oz.), the DP-100 offers welcome relief to the luggage bloat of dive photo travel and the ever increasing expense associated with checking large heavy camera systems. In Perfect condition no scratches or marks. Also available is the Nauticam 40mm extension with lock which will allow you to add the Kenco 1.4TC to the Tokina and use with this awesome little dome. Price: Zen Dome Only £ 549.00 (r.s.p. is £ 760) Price with 40mm Nauticam Extension Ring £ 709 (R.S.P combined would be £994) Plus delivery at cost. Please email me for further information: debi@digitaldiving.co.uk
  8. Morning All, After a lot of reading on forum, researching on prices and generally delaying spending money I seem to have narrowed down my choice to two lenses: Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye I am leaning towards the Sigma as it is a prime and i gain a couple of f stops, I have a 50mm prime I use on land and I like how crisp the images are compared to 'normal' zoom. For reference I am currently using a Canon EOS (mirrorless) with a 22mm lens in a housing, but will be taking my DSLR underwater once I can save the funds for strobes then a housing. Cheers Andrew
  9. I have a Tokina Nikon mount 10-17mm fisheye lens along with a Nauticam zoom gear for sale. The lens is used, but in very good condition, no scratches on either side of the glass. Includes front and rear lens caps. The Nauticam gear is only 2 months old and is in perfect condition. This is the most popular wide angle lens for use with Nikon DX sensor cameras. $325 for the Lens $100 for the Nauticam Zoom Gear Would prefer to sell together, but will consider separating. Includes shipping to US. Payment by Paypal or check.
  10. The acrylic on the dome is in great condition; the aluminum has minor cosmetic blemishes. Comes with neoprene dome cover and O-ring. The Lens and Fisheye adapter are in very similar condition. Minor wear on body but glass in great shape. This combination gives 15mm equiv. on a APSC NEX 3-7 or a3000-6000. This is a complete and very nice wide angle combination for the NEX system For photos taken with this set up (scroll down) http://wetpixel.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=51046&hl= $600 including shipping within the US. Int’l buyers responsible for shipping and any import duties. Photos of the equipment for sale
  11. Hello all, I am not new to underwater photo/video, but I am new to using a digital camera set up, and I'm looking for any advice on the camera focusing set up for a Sony NEX with the 16mm with the VLC-ECF1 fish eye adaptor lens, inside the Nauticam housing with dome port. When I used to film using a Sony PC5 miniDV camera in a Oceanhaus housing with 120deg wide angle port, I used to focus the camera to an object in the distance, leave the camera set to manual focus, and then once inside the housing with the wide angle port, everything from about 1ft / .3m to the distance was in focus. From my testing on land, this doesn't seem to be the case with the NEX camera. The autofocus works well, but I'm concerned in case the focus starts to come in and out when filming underwater, or even worse, focuses on port if I see something in the distance. I cannot find any focus gear for the 16mm lens. Is there some for the Nauticam housing Does anyone have any focus set up tips for this set up? Settings such as centre spot, multi spot, single shot or continuous autofocus etc, or has anyone found a good set up in manual mode? Will it work to focus manually ona distance object and get stuff in focus from 1m onwards? Any help would be great fully apretiated - I'm trying to fill gaps from old techniques to the digital world! LOL! Cheers Tony
  12. I am planning to add a secondary camera - a modded gopro with a 100°FOV (narrower than stock) lens - to my gear. To avoid the flat port issues, I am seeking a wide converter - first to provide nice corner IQ then to restore FOV. Which wide converter shall I try? Inon has a gopro-specific unit (UFL-G140) but that is only available with SD-bayonet which seems to be impossible to mount on my 3rd party aluminium housing. Besides, the UFL-G140 is obviously designed for the stock lens, I don't know what it would do with a narrower one.
  13. For sale: A complete Nauticam D90 system. It includes all manuals and is in mint condition. The sysem includes: Nauticam D90 Housing Nauticam straight magnifying viewfinder Nauticam Macro Port N60G 2 Inon Z-240 type 4 strobes Neoprene strobe covers Nauticam strobe mounting ball set 2 ULCS Inon strobe mount 2 ULCS AC-CSB Long Clamps 4 ULCS AC-CSF Clamps 4 ULCS DB-08 Strobe Arms Arm Floats 2 Nauticam Fiber Optic Strobe Cables 1 Fisheye Fix LED500DX Spotting Light 1 Red Filter for 500DX 2 Nikon D90 Bodies with charger and battery 1 Nikon AF Mico-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8 lens The cost was over $8500 new. Take it all for $3200.00 1 Nauticam D300 housing in good condition, $275.00 1 Nexus (Anthis) Fisheye Port FP170-3 with Hood. This port has no scratches. $350.00 The following miscellaneous items: 6 ULCS clamps @ $20.00/ea 3 TLC clamps @ $10.00/ea 4 ULCS AC-TCS 3-way Clamps @ $20.00/ea 3 ULCS DB-12 12 inch arms @ $30.00 2 TLC 10 inch arms @ $25.00 6 ULCS 5 inch arms @ $20.00 2 Nauticam Strobe Mount Kits @ $45.00/ea Nauticam N1224 Zoom Gear @ $100.00 Nauticam Nexus to Nauticam Port Adapter @ $100.00
  14. For sale: Subal DP-FE 8" dome port. Type 4 bayonet mount Glass is in perfect condition. The usual minor scuffs on the port frame (see image). Includes neoprene port cover Also available, Pelican 1400 case fitted with foam and cut for the DP-FE And, unusually, a Type 3 mount if you wished to switch the domeport between a Type 3 or Type 4 housing. Costs new: DP-FE £970/€1135 Pelican case with foam £83/€95 Extra mount £249/€300 Neoprene cover £50/€60 Available for £775/€950 including shipping in the EU in the Pelican case Shipping from Paris - usually takes 4-5 days to UK Bank transfer preferred
  15. For sale is the Fisheye FIX LED 500 DX focus light. There are some small scratches in the paint job from normal use, but everything works great! Includes ball adapter, handle with lanyard, o-ring with remaining grease, and original packaging with manual. Asking $165 including shipping within the U.S. (USPS Priority). International shipping please contact me for shipping quote. Paypal accepted. Contact me with any questions. Thanks! Tom
  16. Hello everyone, Has anyone tried the Panasonic 8mm fisheye with the Olympus PT-EP10 housing? I have read that in order to use both the Zen (glass) and Precision (acrylic) dome ports we need a "small modification" to the housing. As I am a bit nervous about modifying the housing due to it becoming leak prone, I searched for different ports and ended up finding the following: - Athena OPD-F100-EP05: glass dome port that doesn't need any housing modification (has anyone actually tried it?) - Saga 1120 - glass 4" dome for Olympus PT housings: has anyone every tried these? I cannot find the information if this requires any modification to the housing or not. Any feedback or suggestion is more than welcome. Thanks in advance for your help. Cheers Nuno
  17. For sale, Tokina 10 - 17 mm Canon mount clean, lightly used, boxes and caps $375 located in LA area, prefer local buyer
  18. Please email info@migrationmedia.com.au or within Australia 0481276316 for further details and shipping cost. Asking prices in Australian $, RRP's in US$. See Anthis Nexus website for full product details www.anthisnexus.com. 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. Housing shows ware and tear but in perfect working condition! The Nikon D70 has a spot on the sensor and will probably need replacing. Everything else is in good working order and ready for use. It is a great setup for someone looking to take the first steps into a DSLR underwater photography. Asking price for full set up is $1300 or nearest offer. We are very flexible on price and will accept any reasonable offer for full package or individual items. Looking for a fast sale so don't hesitate to get in touch with an offer. 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. Camera Nikon D70 with spot on the sensor will come free with the housing if everything is bought as a package. If bought separately $150 Lens Nikon 10.5mm Fisheye great condition (RRP$630) Asking $400 Nikon 18-55mm Kit lens (RRP$90) Asking $50 Housing Nexus housing for Nikon D70 with 5-pin bulk head. No longer for sale asking price $350 Ports Fisheye Port 170 FP170G-5 Part No: 16385 (RRP $840) with hood Lens Hood 170 Fisheye LH-170F Part No: 11257 (RRP $200) Asking $600 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)
  19. Two led lights, 3500 lumen, one hour operating time at max power. 115° light beam. Stepless power control. Perfect condition. Few recharge cycles, battery still in full condition. 900€ both. Full album here: http://imgur.com/a/xfWT9
  20. the omd em5 camera and 18mm-55mm lens has taken approx 2000 on land its boxed with accessories in excellent condition and perfect working order and the nauticam na em5 housing and 18-55 macro port lens with zoom gear is brand new never used but without boxes total price aud $4000 ill accept offers around $3300 plus shipping
  21. 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!
  22. Hello Everyone, I wanted to share the next installment of my Rolling in the Deep series. This time it is in Komodo Indonesia. This is a wide angle look. With a Macro version coming soon. Let me know what you think. Enjoy Dustin Or Youtube
  23. Hi, I’m selling my RX100M2 setup, with everything needed for all kinds of underwater photography from macro to wide-angle. The entire package was purchased brand new from Bluewater in January 2014, and has been used on 3 trips, for a total of no more than 18 days of diving. Everything is still under warranty, and is in like-new condition. The only sign of wear is minimal lightening of the dark coat along the edges of the ultralight arms. Included are the following: - Recsea RX100 II underwater housing - YS-D1 Strobe Package - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens - Bluewater Macro Lens - all necessary adapters - Extra 8" Arm & Clamp The package above retails for $2,644 (see http://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/recsea-rx100II-ultimate-package). In addition to the package, the following are included as well: - Sony RX100 M2 camera (retail price $700) - Quick adapt system, to allow for on-the-fly changing of wet lenses underwater, so one can go from shooting a tiny nudibranch to filling the frame with a 2,000 pound manta on the very same dive (retail price $160) - Red filter for shallow water natural-light shooting (retail price $59) - External battery charger and 2 extra batteries, more than enough for a full day and night of shooting without recharging (retail price about $120) - 64 Gb type 10 memory card (retail price about $35) The RX100 M2 has been rightly hailed as a major breakthrough in the compact camera arena both above and below water, largely due to its huge sensor packed into a tiny point-and-shoot body. Here are some useful reviews: http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/sony-rx100-review http://www.backscatter.com/learn/article/article.php?ID=57#RX100 http://www.backscatter.com/learn/article/article.php?ID=57#PSindepth This entire setup retails for about $3,718. Considering the barely used condition, asking $3,100. I would like to sell as a package. I accept payment by PayPal only. Inquiries from serious potential buyers only, please. Pics of the rig below, if interested sample pics taken with this setup are available on request.
  24. For sale: Olympus Zuiko 8mm fisheye lens. 400€ (new cost 800€) Like new, with original box, cap and bag. World wide shipments from Madrid, Spain. Freight cost to determinate and not included. Bank transfers or Paypal (adding 3% extra cost) Some sample photos taken with this lens: http://www.forobuceo.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=126791
  25. Hello Everyone, I played around with the circular end of the 8-15mm fisheye on a few dives in Komodo. It is kind of fun. I thought motion made it more interesting. The distortion and view of the reef is interesting as well. It certainly isn't something you would film with on a regular basis. Unless you had a specific idea you were going for. I am curious to know if there is a way to make the circle not cut off on the top and bottom. Anyway, let me know what you think. Dustin Or Youtube
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