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  1. Hi, I have been waiting for a cheaper alternative for the A7c housing because Nauticam is out of budget for casual divers like myself. I am wondering if anyone has played around with the Seafrog's housing and how does it compare with their A7 line up of housing in-terms of size and if it is really close to their A6xxx line? I currently have an A7III in Seafrongs housing but prefer to carry something smaller. https://seafrogs.com.hk/collections/latest-arrival/products/sony-a7c-seafrogs-40m-130ft-waterproof-housing
  2. Hi, I'm fairly a beginner in underwater photography and till now have used the Sony A7iii with a Seafrogs housing with a 6" dome and the 16-35 f/2.8 GM lens. I've been quite happy with the setup. For my overwater images, I've upgraded to the Sony A1, and am looking again at the Seafrogs housing for that. Now I have two options that would suite my 16-35 GM (and they would also fit my on-land favourite - the 135 f/1.8 GM - at least physically). Here are my questions: 1. I have the option of a 6" dome that fits both lenses, or a long flat port that also fits both. Both ports have been tested with the 16-35GM to have no vignetting. The dome is acrylic, while the flat is double coated optical glass. Which would be better for me? 2. Is 135 a good focal length for underwater? It's not a macro lens, and the minimal focal distance is 70 cm. However, the 135 GM is amazing in low light, and often when shooting underwater, I do wish I could go narrower and capture some portraits. 3. How important is a strobe? I'm mostly a holiday diver, and have dived in the Caribbean, Bali, Philippines, etc. I don't see myself diving at night or in colder regions anytime soon. The seafrogs housings have a cold shoe on top to put a GoPro on. If I'm recording video while shooting stills, should I opt for a video light instead? Would the strobe ruin the video? Any recommendations on a strobe / video light to get started?
  3. GARAGE DIVING EQUIPMENT SALE a-ha-ha-ha)) unless otherwise stated, all goods are in normal working condition and full retail set without original box 1. INON Z330 strobe + Snoot Set for Z-330/D-200 = $449 2. NIKON SB-N10 strobe + 10Bar snoot + 1-inch ball mount = $369 3. Retra Z330 Mounting module for Retra LSD = $49 after some DIY experiment 4. Standard mask set for Retra LSD = $ 29 new original pack 5. Diving torch (1x26650) = $15 working 6. 3x diffusors for Z330 : SOFT + warm 4600 + ND = $ 29 7. 10Bar laser snoot (without laser) for Sea & Sea YS-D2/D1 = $70 8. Clamps: Nauticam Standard 2x $20; Mini Gear 2x $27; Archon 2x $15; CNC black, red, blue 6x $6 9. F.I.T. Pro Tray and Grip Suite 03 = $249 excellent+++ like new 10. F.I.T. Z Adapter for any Inon strobes = 2x $15 11. Junestar Yellow Color Filter with M67 thread (for fluorescence shooting) = $11 12. F.I.T. Hotshoe Flex Light Mount = $29 13. Fluorescence Excitation Blue Filters = $69 14. INON Strobe Light Shade for Z-330 / D-200 = $19 15. 1-inch ball adapter with screw = 2x $5 new 16. SeaFrog ST-100 PRO underwater strobe = $129 new in box 17. Nitescuba NSS60 video light 6000 lumen = $179 excellent+++ 18. Olympus 40-150mm lens = $59 19. SUPE video light empty box = $4 20. Inon Z330 / Sea and Sea YS-D2 neoprene cover = 3x $4 21. Cressi Rondinella Fins for kids 5-6 y o = $9 22. Z240 and YS-D2 dome DIY diffusers = $14 23. YS torch holder = $3 attached only some pics because 1Mb total limit, all pic is here => https://u.to/qH8CGw Buyer pay shipping cost from Philippines, Payment - PayPal (+5% fee) or bank transfer 10Bar snoot or Snoot Set for Z-330/D-200 can be sold separately
  4. Hi all, I am looking to get a housing for my X-T3. I am on a bit of a budget (I know this game is expensive) so the Nauticam is out of my price range. I have seen the SeaFrogs SF XT3 housing ( https://www.aditech-uw.com/en/shop/4898-sea-frogs-sf-xt3-for-fujifilm-x-t3.html ) but am not sure how good they are. The lens I have is the 16-80mm F4 XF OIS WR and I can't seem to find any info on if this would be compatible with the housing and port options. I ave attached a diagram of the body with lens attached (my drawings aren't the best) to see if maybe someone has the housing and could possibly judge if my set up would fit. Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks Joel
  5. I have for sale X-T3 housing from SeaFrogs. I used it 5 times to 30m depth in South Egipt. It didn't leak and work perfectly. I had it with flat port but I'm selling it with new Dome Port which never saw water. Price is 400 Euro + Shipment. So it is in perfect condition. Location: Poznan, Poland Cheers Peter
  6. Does anyone have experience with this housing with A7iii? User reviews seem pretty positive for these housings with other cameras, and the price point is great, especially with multiple ports.
  7. Hi guys, I am looking for a wide angle wet lens to attach onto my SeaFrogs / Meikon Salted Line housing for the Sony a6300. With the macro port attached to it I have a 67mm thread for a Wet Lens. Inside is the SEL1855 kit lens. Does anyone use that set up and knows if there will be vignetting because of the macro port? Is anyone using the CamDive / KitDive Wide Angle Wet Lens: https://seafrogs.com.hk/products/wide-angle-wet-correctional-dome-port-lens-67mm-round-adapter ? Thanks a lot for your help guys! Best regards, Ricardo
  8. I am selling a pretty new TG-5 setup (4 months old). This setup is very good for beginners who want to start up underwater photography. The TG-5 Microscope mode is very good for macro photography that you do not need to use a macro wet lens to shoot critters. The TG-5 does not come with warranty because it was bought from Amazon. Looking to sell the entire set for SGD 1000 nett. Can split the items as follows: 1. Camera + Housing @ SGD850 nett https://meikon.com.hk/collections/underwater-waterproof-camera-housing-case-for-olympus/products/copy-of-olympus-tg-5-60m-195ft-seafrogs-underwater-camera-housing 2. Wide angle lens @ SGD 200 nett https://meikon.com.hk/products/wide-angle-wet-correctional-dome-port-lens-67mm-round-adapter?variant=3470550595 Looking to deal in Singapore. https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4816/31100656797_feed2a53f6_k.jpg https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4871/44223672740_da57746d67_k.jpg https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4804/44223669900_4839be038c_k.jpg Olympus Tough TG-5 includes: 1. Camera 2. USB Charging Cable 3. Charging plug (2-pin US) 4. Battery 5. Warranty card (Amazon US) 6. Manual https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4831/31100656177_d2ded58040_k.jpg Seafrog Housing for TG-5 includes: 1. Housing 2. Manual 3. Wrist strap 4. Screen shade 5. Spare O-ring, cleaning cloth, and lubricant 6. Neck strap 7. Anti-fog inserts https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4842/44223670630_a62ab93c3a_k.jpg The unique features on the Seafrog Housing that outperforms the Olympus original housing are: 1. Depth rated to 60 meters 2. Double threaded front 52mm & 67mm 3. Dual O-ring seals with Leak Detector https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4889/44223671310_2215e29fd6_k.jpg 4. Dual fiber optic ports on the side so that the cables do not cross path with the lens https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4902/31100654437_5d34350f6b_k.jpg Disclaimer: There is a small spot on the housing front glass, but I did a test shot with the camera in the housing and the spot cannot be seen in the picture. https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4864/31100652167_8329a81aa2_k.jpg Test shot: https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4889/31100657197_b253031c56_k.jpg Wide Angle Wet Correctional Dome: https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4804/44223669900_4839be038c_k.jpg Sample underwater shots taken with this setup and strobes (For macro shots, no lens was used): Wide angle https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4895/31100653187_e4ea43a30b_k.jpg https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4889/31100653467_afd3e29d49_k.jpg https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4863/44223669400_4c89cca7e6_k.jpg Macro https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4835/44223668940_adc49385a5_k.jpg https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4836/31100652507_f4b70daf41_k.jpg https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4827/44223668660_23a4471076_k.jpg
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