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  1. Selling brand new never used Nauticam CMC-1 lens .Lens have 67mm thread. I will also give you new ,never used, bayonet mount adapter ($45.00) for free! All currently selling for $365.00 Paypal $300.00 Free cont. US shipping!
  2. NIKON D300 UW Housing, Camera, lenses, port, strobes and accessories. All equipment is in good working condition, gently used and taken good care of. I upgraded cameras three years ago and the Nikon D300 system has been my backup during that time and seen little UW time since last servicing. This is an excellent DSLR camera system for someone wanting to take high quality publishable and award winning images. $3,999 for everything below or individual prices listed. Located in Long Beach, CA. 1) Sea & Sea MDX-D300 Underwater Housing for Nikon D300 with adjustable 45 degree viewfinder: $1450 (new: Housing $2800 / View Finder $900) 2) Nikon D300 DX 12.3MP Digital SLR Camera-Body Only: $300 – Includes 2 batteries, 2 chargers, manual, and strap (new $1200) 3) Sea & Sea NX Compact Dome Port with port cover (6”): $400 (new $500/$60 port cover) 4) Two Sea & Sea YS-110alpha strobes: $400 for the pair (new $1000) 5) Sea & Sea 5 pin Dual Sync Cord: $80 (new $180) 6) Nikon AF DX Fisheye-NIKKOR 10.5mm f/2.8G ED Lens: $475 (new $770) 7) Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 12-24mm f/4G IF-ED Lens with UV filter: $675 (new $1150) 8) 12-24 zoom gear for Sea&Sea housing: $80 (new $170) 9) B&W 77mm +2 Closeup Diopter (for 12-24mm lens): $25 (new $50) 10) Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II Lens: $400 (new $650) 11) Hoya 72mm DMC PRO1 Digital Circular Polarizer Glass Filter (for 18-200 lens): $25 (new $50) 12) Seven Ultralight Clamps: $15 each (new $30) 13) Three Ultralight BA-TG Ball (for use with T Plate): $10 each (new $24) 14) Pelican Case 1650 with Velcro dividers: $100 (new $250)
  3. The comming Olympus 7-14 mm f2.8 lens will not fit in an Nauticam housing due the lens diameter (approx 80 mm) is wider the maximum inner diameter (approx 73 mm) of the Nauticam port system. This was a real bummer as I was looking foward to getting a f2.8 wide angle lens. Lets hope the upcomming Olympus fisheye 8.0 mm f1.8 is a better match. At least it looks slimmer in the pictures. http://www.olympus-global.com/en/news/2015a/nr150205zuikoe.jsp Picture below shows both Pana and Oly 7-14 mm lenses on an GH4 body courtesy of the 43.org site.
  4. One Camera, One Lens - An Ascent from Desperation. I’m just back from a 10 day live aboard dive trip to the Solomon Islands. I had packed 5 different cameras and systems to do a round table of testing and comparing in order to write some practical reviews. As usual, I spent time going over each camera system making sure I had packed all the necessary batteries, chargers, lenses and attachments. All was reasonably packed into two cases. One was carried aboard and my Seahorse hard case and dive bag/clothes checked. With everything spread out the day before, I tried to balance their weights, airline requirements for lith-ion batteries etc. What I didn’t do was to make sure that essential chargers, batteries and mounts were all packed together with each camera. Oops. I got to the airport only to see that my LA flight was delayed 3 hours. What’s up? Thunderstorms in LA I was told. Lighting had closed LAX on and off all day…Thunderstorms? Lighting? In a 3 year drought? Why me?… Things improved as time went on and my flight was only 2 hours late getting in. I ran to the International Terminal and made it to the flight to Fiji just in time. But my checked luggage didn’t. I was told I could go without my bags or not go. No choice, I had the M/V Solomon Star to meet in Honiara. So the next time I saw my bags was a week later on a dock in Tulagi. Groan. When I landed, we hit a thrift store for a few clothes and the boat had great new rental dive gear they outfitted me with (Thanks SIDE!; so that was all good. My backpack had essentials. I had the one camera bag poorly packed with strobes and no mounts, cameras without housings or chargers. But I did have the Olympus E-M1 body, PT-EP11 housing, new mz 8mm f/1.8 Fisheye PRO lens and matching small glass dome port, along with an iTorch v25 1800 lumen video/focus light. So there was hope. And as luck would have it, friend and customer Bruce Versteegh was on the same boat with his wife Diane. They had brought way too much gear and lent me a strobe, sync cord and arms. So I had the one camera and wide angle lens and for the next 5 days (along with a small TG-4 compact). Thanks Bruce, you saved me!! One problem; no charger. Bruce only had the charger for his PM-1 system. So we had to “hotwire” leads from his charger to my E-M1 battery in a feat worthy of Rube Goldberg. Most of time it worked with lots of gaffer tape, but sometimes it didn’t; as we were in high wind and fairly heavy seas. Oh well, frustrating. The Olympus 8mm lens saved the day. Light? Who needs light? I was able to easily shoot available light at 45 meters deep at f/2.2 or even f/4. ... continued on my blog article. Here's a few pics:
  5. Selling new, never used 67mm double lens holder from Nauticam. Free cont. US shipping PayPal $85.00
  6. Clearing out the dive locker and selling the following equipment: 2 i-Torch Pro6 2400 lumens LED video lights, used twice and in excellent condition. 2 Chargers and 4 batteries are included with the lights and only 2 batteries have been charged and used. The other batteries are unused. Also included, YS ball attachments for each light and 2 i-Das clamps. Complete set, $550. Ikelite DS51 strobe, sync cord and ball arm kit (#3944.51). Uses 4 AA batteries, not included. New, unused, $400. I-Das UAL-02-M67 Wide Angle Lens. New, unused, $125. Ikelite dual arm tray (#9523.64) with i-Das ball adapters, includes attaching hardware, New, $90 Ikelite single arm tray (#9523.63), includes attaching hardware, New, $45 Ikelite single arm tray, OLD MODEL, used and in fair condition. Slight flaking and light corrosion in the usual places (lower outside edge of the handle, and open groove in the middle of the tray), $30. All prices include shipping to the Continental US and payment is by Paypal. Anthony
  7. I want to buy: Inon UFL-M150 ZM80 Macro Wide Angle 'Insect Eye' Lens M27-67 Mount Converter for UFL-150 ZM80
  8. This is one of my own lenses which I bought this a few years ago thinking it might be useful for macro work but I've since bought a 60 Macro-Elmarit-R and converted it for Canon so one is irrelevant as both will now do the same job - I prefer the Elmarit with extenders so the Canon is now up for sale. The MPE is near mint and boxed - I have an Arca QR compatible adapter for it which I will throw in. £600 in the UK/EU inc vat or £500 outside the EU (no vat for export or within the EU to a vat registered business after supply and check of EU vat number. Thanks.
  9. 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.
  10. FOR SALE: Nikon AF Micro Nikkor 105mm f2.8D macro lens Price: $275 Payment method: PayPal Item condition: 8+ Shipping instructions: Free shipping in continental US Classic professional workhorse for underwater macro imaging for Nikon digital and film cameras. 1:1 life-size reproduction ratio on full-frame cameras, greater than life-size on cropped-sensor. Works perfectly. Very good condition cosmetically. No scratches on glass. Sharp optics. Comes with front and back Nikon caps. Photos of the lens below. Thanks for your interest. Brandon Cole tel: 509-535-3489 e: brandoncole (at) msn.com
  11. Price: $800.00 Payment method: PayPal Item condition: 9+ Shows little or no signs of wear Shipping instructions: Free shipping in continental US Superb mid-range professional and portable telephoto lens for full frame, APSH, and APSC digital cameras. Works perfectly. Excellent condition cosmetically. Glass clean. Fast autofocus, very sharp optics. I'm the original owner. Comes with original box, Canon's soft case, front and back caps, black plastic hood. AND I'll throw in a nice, brand new, Ruggard camera bag. Lens Serial Number 2100262294. Photos of the lens below. Thanks for your interest. Brandon Cole tel: 509-535-3489 e: brandoncole (at) msn.com
  12. This is in great condition. The only negative, though minor, is that the original pins it came with to tighten it to your housing or port were lost. The pictured screws work perfectly for this job, or easier just finger tighten the ring and use the holder itself to finish tightening it. I have never used the pins or screws with it. Used one trip to Lembeh with Subsee +10 and Inon UCL-165. Works great! I have two flip adapters, don't need both! (reference link for info and such -- at reef) Item pictured is exactly you will receive...it's not a plucked internet picture. Sells at Reef Photo for $230...asking just $175 shipped & PayPal included USA shipping only. That means you must have an address in the USA for me to ship it to.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. As I have moved to a different port, I'm selling my Wetmate lens which was used with the Subal FP90 port. The lens is a push-on type so can be fitted or removed in-water and works really well with a Nikkor 60mm macro I'm asking £25/€30 which would include shipping in the EU. Great piece of equipment for playing around with macro!
  17. I have been shooting macro with my 100mm and find the depth of field quite narrow - so trying to capture a nudibranch for example I can usually only get a small portion in the sharp focus range ( yes I have experimented with different apertures). So my question is given the same scenaro would a 60mm macro lens give me a greater DOF?
  18. The housing is in excellent condition. Has never seen salt. Used in trout rivers half a dozen times. One of the two bulkheads has been converted for HDMI. Sold my 5D MKII housing to Ron Micjan, who had posted a wanted classified here a while back. All equipment was purchased through Russ at Backscatter. There are a couple very faint scratches on the viewfinder and nicks in the finish on the bottom, but it looks brand new otherwise. I'm moving to a more compact system, so I'm also selling the following in excellent condition unless noted otherwise... 8" dome port w/neoprene cover $350 Has a couple small nicks that have not shown up in any of my work, hence low price. Great condition otherwise. http://www.housingcamera.com/id2797-sea-and-sea-ss-30116.html Standard Flat Port $200 http://www.housingcamera.com/id2825-sea-and-sea-ss-56101.html DX Macro Port 50 $175 http://www.divervision.com/seaandsea-dx-macro-port-50-30106.html?language=en¤cy=USD&gclid=CMDfzJnxoMECFSVo7AodnXoA9w DX Macro Port Base $150 http://www.divervision.com/seaandsea-dx-macro-port-base-30105.html Manual focusing gear for Canon L 100 macro IS USM (working prototype Russ got ahold of for me long ago) $75 Sigma 15mm 2.8 EX DG Diagonl Fisheye AF Lens $375 http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/407592-USA/Sigma_476101_15mm_f_2_8_EX_DG.html Sigma 50mm 2.8 EX DG Macro AF Lens $200 http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/341925-USA/Sigma_346101_50mm_f_2_8_EX_DG.html Kenko Teleplus Pro 300 DGX 1.4x AF Teleconverter $100 Will sell pieces individually, but am offering a discount of $3,500 for the package Photos available upon request. Thanks
  19. Housing #6808.1 USD 700 Dome Port #5503.5 USD 75 Flat Port #5502.1 USD 50 Flat Port #5505.58 USD 50 Nikon D80 body USD 180 Nikon D70 body USD 75 Tamron SP AF Di 90mm macro lens (excellent condition and fast!) USD200 Reason for selling: now using a Nikon 7100 with Nauticam housing. This equipment is surplus but has faired me well and has provided excellent UW shots. All equipment has been very well taken care of and is in very good to excellent condition. I would like to sell the housing, ports and D80 camera together but will consider any and all offers. Buyer pays shipping. Goods will be located in Jakarta, Indonesia till 22 August and thereafter in the USA. Thanks, Gregg items for sale.pdf
  20. Nikonos stuff wanted. I need a 15 mm or wider nikonos mount lens. I also need any nikonos mount lens .Also would like to buy a 12mm sea sea fisheye nikonos mount lens Any want to sell ? Know of anyone who has these? Hal
  21. In the past I tried to buy the fastest lens that would fit my budget, favoring primes as one way to do so. As technology advances I am starting to wonder if I should still F-ocus so much on lens aperture. I am not suggesting that this is valid for all of us but for me, and possibly others who rarely crave shallow DOF, it may be worth considering. In the past shallow DOF was only one of the benefits of fast lenses. A brighter viewfinder, more reliable autofocus and in general better optics and build quality were the main reasons why I aimed for faster lenses. However, new cameras now claim to autofocus at -3 EV (canon 7D mk2) or even -4 EV (samsung DX1, Sony A7S) of light and for mirrorless with electronic viewfinders the camera can brighten the image that is displayed. Faster lenses tend to have better build quality, but my lenses are used 99% of the time inside a protective housing and I have yet to damage a lens. With regards to optics, I do not think that lens quality has ever let me toss an image, especially at my typical F5.6-F11. In fact, getting closer to the subject probably does more than a higher-budget lens could ever achieve. In addition, in the last decade many manufacturers have created a special line of semi-pro F4 lenses that give good build and optical quality. Here is my stab at reasons to favor a fat lens over a fat wallet If you like to use shallow DOF to isolate a subject If you get everything else close to perfect, UW or on land, so lens quality gains importance To capture more of your strobe's light output; increase battery life and decrease cycling time If the faster lens has a shorter minimum focus distance If you need a lot of light ambient/red-filter video/photography under darker conditions or with fast shutter to use a video-light instead of a strobe (but battling ambient may be the real problem) to extend the reach of your strobes ... others ??? Maybe a better question is: how often do you find yourself shooting wider than F4 UW, and what other reasons/excuses to lust after fast lenses did I forget? Bart
  22. For sale, 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 £3250. 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 £5000.
  23. I will try to keep this brief, I recently returned from a weeks diving in the red sea and was my first extended go with new camera and housing (details below), the problem I had certain wildlife is easily spooked, no matter how slow I approached, minimal/no bubbles with the lens on the camera I could not get close up for some of the shots I would like to take. Two specific occasions were: a large Napolean wrase was behind a pinnacle I swam around to get a photo, said wrase then proceded to swim around the pinnacle as soon as I got closer. Second occasion was an amazing dive with 20+ hammerhead shark shoal (unsure of the plural) it was a surreal dive but looking back at the photos I would have like to have got a good close up (able to see denticles on skin would be good), in this situation the sharks were very curious but wary. Over the space of 4 dives gradually got closer but 2 metres was the limit they would swim off if we got any closer. My camera is a Canon EOS M in a Nauticam Hosuing with a 22mm f/2 lens, it performed really well for the majority of the trip apart from close ups (bar lion fish and moray's which dont move away!). My choice now is one of the other EF-M mount lenses (18-55 f3.5/5.6 or 55-200 f4.5/6.3) or use the canon adaptor (already own), and fit any of canon's lenses. I own a 600D and have a few lenses, above water this would not be an issue as I could try a lens and if I didnt get on with it sell it on or return if for minimal loss, the added complication being if i purchase a new port then it adds quickly to the cost of trials and are more difficult to sell on/return. Any adivce or opinons welcome ! N.B. Current idea would be keep using the 22mm lens (with strobes I am saving for) most dives and then switch over to the longer lens for specific close up dives.
  24. I have a new camera - Nikon D5300 - and an Ikelite housing. My husband finally got the gear sleeve and zoom rings to work with the standard 18-55mm lens by putting things on upside down and backwards ( I kid you not). Trying to get it all to work with my new lens - 10-24mm - has been less than successful. Does anybody have any suggestions (and don't suggest calling Ikelite).
  25. This lens is practically brand new. Has taken less than 20 photos all in the backyard. Bought for underwater, but was never used for intended purpose. This has been sitting in the original box with both lens covers on. It is in pristine condition. $475
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