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Watershot housing (galvanized aluminum) with flat glass port, all o rings, extra o rings, protective port caps Canon XSi Rebel (450/500 D) with 2 batteries Kit Canon 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 lens with zoom gear Canon 60mm macro lens asking $1200 OBO This is a perfect starter or back up system with 2 lenses compatible the flat glass port. There is a CR2032 powered leak detector inside the housing. 2 fiber optic ports for strobe attachment. All gears in excellent working order. Some minor cosmetic wear on the housing, but everything works perfectly. I have upgraded so no longer need this on the shelf. I am willing to provide instructions and advice if interested.
Almost a complete kit - just add arms and a lens Subal ND80 housing for Nikon D80 camera. Well cared-for but showing some signs of wear and tear - as expected for its age - but none affect functionality (e.g. some labels are peeling off). FP-FC B Subal Flat Port 2 Nikonos SB105 Strobes. These can be used in "manual" mode with a digital camera (i.e full, 1/4 or 1/16 power). 2 Nikonos sync cords Nikon D80 body with 2 genuine batteries. The eye piece and LCD screen protector are removed ready to use in the subal housing but all accessories will be provided, along with the box. Asking AUD $1,500 for the lot. Buyer pays postage.
It has been far too long since I last visited Point Lobos State Reserve in Carmel CA. I had heard from other divers that the Cabazon males could be found guarding eggs this time of year but that this yearly event was nearly over. On Monday 2/24 condition were incredible with 50' visibility and very little surge. I lucked out and found this rather large Cabazon (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus) near the "Hole in the Wall" just outside Whalers Cove. This was shot at f10 @ 125th second, Manual mode housed DSLR, 100mm Macro Lens and two strobes 1/2 power and -4 power. Processing this image was very straight forward with minor adjustments to increase contrast, sharpen and very little backscatter removal, thanks to relatively clear water. I wish I had spent some time bracketing my depth of field to see a little more sharpness in the pectoral fins. Next time... Keith