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  1. I have the following Ikelite DS125 strobes and Complete Sony package for sale. 1. (2) Ikelite DS125 strobes 2. Ikelite #4066.1 smart charger 3. Ikelite #4103.52 dual sync chord 4. Ikelite single sync chord 5. Sony A100 10.2 mp Camera (including Sony 18-70mm lens,2 batteries,battery charger,memory cards, original box) 6. Ikelite Sony A100 housing 7.(2) Ikelite #5503.50 Dome ports 8. Ikelite #5503.55 Dome port 9. Ikelite #5503.8 Dome port 10. Ikelite #5505.58 Flat Dome port 11. (2) ultra light strobe arms with (3) ball clamps/ (2) 8" extension spans each 12. UK focus light with charger and extension arm 13. Porta Brace Large camera/video bag that all gear fits within 14. Extra Ikelite O rings, dome port covers, etc This is a complete, ready to use package that I have enjoyed for the past few years and would like to sell as a complete. All gear is in great working order, always cleaned with fresh water and I can supply additional info/photos to interested party. Total asking price $2,000 plus actual shipping / insurance (US- foreign extra) and accept paypal Thank you for looking!!
  2. Unfortunately, after getting home from a scuba trip of a lifetime; my car broke down and I need to raise funds to fix it. I have a RX100 IV housing from Nauticam in virtually new condition. It was used on a single trip a few weeks ago; and is in excellent shape. I have all the original parts that came with it (including the trigger / brackets for the nauticam tray). I am not selling anything else; as I can still use my tray and arms with my old TG-3. I will ship it (virtually) anywhere in the world; the buyer will pay for actual shipping costs... $825 obo.
  3. Hi All, I am on the hunt for a mirrorless camera and underwater setup. I primarily want to use it for shooting stills and macro on coral reefs, in kelp forests and in tide pools; however, I would also like to use the camera above water occasionally The cameras I am most interested in are the: Olympus om-d e-m1 + Nauticam housing + 60 mm macro lens and 12-40 pro lens Olympus om-d e-m5 Mark ii Panasonic Lumix gx8 I am also interested in the Sony alpha a7ii but that might be a bit out of my price range. Does anyone have a used mirrorless camera with lenses, an UW housing, ports etc. that they are looking to sell? If not a full setup, I want to start piecing it together so I am interested in any mirrorless camera bodies, lenses, housings, etc. Thanks for all of your help! -Heather
  4. Hi everyone, the process of choosing an ideal underwater setup has been extremely complicated for me so far. I jumped in with an ikelite housing for the canon 5D Mark III last year, but this has proven to be too heavy and cumbersome for travelling. Next up, I was interested in the RX100 and the Olympus OM-D series, but they did not provide the precise AF and picture quality I want. Now I have set my eyes upon the Sony Alpha 6300, which seems to be a nice compromise. It is small and light, the AF is almost as good as a DSLR, and the picture quality is excellent because of the APS-C sensor. Now the question is, what is the ideal setup? The housing is going to be a Nauticam, but apart from that, nothing is set in stone. Most of my underwater photography is either split shots, or CFWA. Options: - E 10–18 mm F4 OSS: nice zoom range and excellent image quality. The 7" dome port necessary for this lens is heavy, but allows for easy split shits. The small magnification factor might make CFWA problematic. Has anyone used a 10 mm extension tube with this lens? - E 16 mm F2.8 with fisheye & UWA converters: only works with 4.33" dome. Split shots are going to be difficult. Corner IQ is bad. Does anyone know the magnification factor of this lens with the fisheye adapter? - Canon 8-15 mm F4 L with metabones adapter: Can someone tell me if this would work with the 7" port? Corner IQ may suffer from the 4.33" dome, and split shots will be difficult. Lens is excellent for CFWA. AF possibly very slow due to adapter? Maybe someone knows the answer to my questions or knows of a better option? Thanks.
  5. Hi everyone! I'm in Cozumel, Mexico and having no luck setting up my RX100 IV (Fantasea housing) to get the strobes to fire. I've had no lighting for 4 dives now and would really appreciate any help anyone can offer. Tutorials, step by step instructions, anything appreciated! I have a Sony RX100 IV in a Fantasea housing and 2 YS-D2 strobes. Questions: 1) What flash setting should I use in the RX100 to get the strobes to fire? (auto, fill, front sync, rear sync?) 2) If I set the strobe to TTL, do I need to set the other dial to a setting? 3) Is there a trick to connecting the fiber optic cables? I'm wondering if I'm not connecting them correctly and that is why the strobes won't fire Thanks in advance for your help! Amy
  6. http://www.dpreview.com/news/3240829197/sony-announces-24mp-a6300-mirrorless-camera?utm_campaign=internal-link&utm_source=mainmenu&utm_medium=text&ref=mainmenu At last, now I can start to make up my mind about my NEX-6 upgrade choice, and the fast autofocus looks great. But one strange downside for me is that it looks like the a6300 should drop straight into the a6000 housing - the only noticeable differences look like the AEL button with its new AF/MF toggle surround, and the menu button moved ever so slightly to the left. As a current NEX-6 owner, I need a new housing anyway, so I'm hoping for similar advances that mark Nauticam's new EM10 mkII housing, with the handle stiffeners and shutter release extension. But if the new camera will fit the old housing, I wonder if these will be introduced for the new Sony? Just a thought, Mr Lai ... please!!
  7. Light and Motion Stingray Plus Camera and housing, plus 2 that's right, 2 Sony HDR XR-200 cameras, Light and Motion all aluminum housing, arms and lights, to include 4 fish eye lights (2 1000lm and 2 500lm) 3 additional replacement handles, 4 o-ring kits, 2 sets of handle batteries, 2 chargers with extended battery, battery is good for 4 dives, carrying suitcase with dividers, optional go pro or utility top mount (quick connect) and all manuals. Used less than 100 dives. Asking $800 for all included obo, plus shipping. I live in a VA if interested in pick up. I accept all major credit cards as well. I'm looking at upgrading but otherwise an awesome camera set up. All you see here is included, suitcase is a great way to customize, it's light and secure. I can send sample video upon request and can be reached at dbuky1@gmail.com if you prefer. Great for the diver that wants to get into videography with all manual control capabilities. $3500 plus invested in to this whole set up, but I need to get rid as I want to upgrade to a much much larger system. ​HDR storage is 250 gig! I spent 3 weeks in Micronesia and didn't even fill the driver. Sony compresses the files well and allows for mass storage. There is also the option to add a memory card for additional storage. ​Great housing with only one port to seal. It is double sealed O rings and leaves the worry of flooding on the surface. All aluminum housing and infared controls make for ease of operation. Built in flip down red filter and you're in business. Please let me know if you have any questions, all serious offers will be considered. Thanks
  8. I have a brand new unused Nauticam NA-RX100IV housing for sale, complete with all original accessories (camera not included). I am sure if you are reading this you already know everything you need to know about this housing, but here's a picture (below). Retails for $995, I am willing to let it go for $795 including shipping to anywhere in the US. International shipping is also available, but I will need you to pay the difference. Payment via paypal is preferred, but willing to discuss other options.
  9. Hello, just bought the new Sony a6300 and i would like to take it underwater soon. I will get the new Nauticam housing for the 6300 which will ship end of Mai. So far, i just filmed a little with the GoPro and used my Canon 7D with a Ewa Marine bag. I would like to get some Sony Lenses to take advantage of the fabulous autofocus system of the camera (for now I use my Canon Lenses with the Metabones adapter). Now it comes to the question which lense would be the best. Sony 16-70mm f4 or Sony 16-35mm f4 combined with wet wide and macro converters would have the benefit of switching everything underwater if needed. Or better the Sony 10-18mm f4 with a domeport and the Sony 90mm f2.8 macro with the correct port for it (90mm with 1.5 crop maybe to much?). Looking forward to hear your thoughts - sorry for the bad English Cheers Oliver
  10. For sale: Full underwater HD video kit: Light and Motion Bluefin Pro Housing, Standard and Fathom 90 Wide Angle Lens, and Sony HDR-XR520 camera (includes manuals for housing and camera). Equipment used on 8 dive trips. For sale: WAS US$1,500. NOW $1,200 Gear located in Troy, Michigan. Happy to ship worldwide but freight will be added to final agreed price. • Light and Motion Bluefin Pro housing: includes 3.2 OLED monitor, external manual control knob (can be programmed for focus, aperture, exposure, etc), one touch white balance, internal flip color correction filters (one for blue water, and one for green water). • Sony HDR-XR520 camera (US plug) and accessories (with 240GB hard drive) • Spare extended life battery (6 hours) for camera (NP-FH100) • Fathom 90 lens (no scratches) • Flip macro diopter (for close up video) • New Batteries in Remote handles • Spare parts: orings for housing and handles • Various tools needed for camera (allen keys, tool for removing & tightening handle threads) Purchased July 2009 (Total cost of all gear was US $4,800). All parts are in working order, except the wet/dry microphone on the housing does not function (it never has). You really can’t hear much under water except breathing, so this hasn’t been an issue. The camcorder microphone is fully functional out of the housing. Condition of kit: normal wear and tear. Continues to take excellent video. I have upgraded to a new Canon camera and housing, and that is why I am selling.
  11. For sale: Full underwater HD video kit: Light and Motion Bluefin Pro Housing, Standard and Fathom 90 Wide Angle Lens, and Sony HDR-XR520 camera (includes manuals for housing and camera). Equipment used on 8 dive trips. For sale: US$1,500. Gear located in Troy, Michigan. Happy to ship worldwide but freight will be added to final agreed price. • Light and Motion Bluefin Pro housing: includes 3.2 OLED monitor, external manual control knob (can be programmed for focus, aperture, exposure, etc), one touch white balance, internal flip color correction filters (one for blue water, and one for green water). • Sony HDR-XR520 camera (US plug) and accessories (with 240GB hard drive) • Spare extended life battery (6 hours) for camera (NP-FH100) • Fathom 90 lens (no scratches) • Flip macro diopter (for close up video) • New Batteries in Remote handles • Spare parts: orings for housing and handles • Various tools needed for camera (allen keys, tool for removing & tightening handle threads) Purchased July 2009 (Total cost of all gear was US $4,800). All parts are in working order, except the wet/dry microphone on the housing does not function (it never has). You really can’t hear much under water except breathing, so this hasn’t been an issue. The camcorder microphone is fully functional out of the housing. Condition of kit: normal wear and tear. Continues to take excellent video. I have upgraded to a new Canon camera and housing, and that is why I am selling.
  12. For sale little used Sony DSR PDX10 UW video system. camera perfect with all accessories and camera bag. Housing with external screen. Professional system with amazing quality results. Will ship anywhere. Can ship in US from May 20th so no customs charges! No lights being sold with this unit. Euro 1,000 asking price USD 1,100 + shipping. No taxes or customs if purchased in US or EU.
  13. Like new, still in the box. Nauticam NA-A7 housing for Sony A7, A7R and A7S. $2,750.00 It has all the accessories to be used with the: Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS Wide Angle Zoom Lens Accesories: Nauticam N120 8.5 inch Acrylic Dome Port with shade $650.00 Nauticam N100 to N120 Port Adapter to Nauticam N100 Mirrorless Housings to N120 DSLR Ports $280.00 Nauticam Extension Ring 70 with lock $330.00 Nauticam EA1635-Z Focus Gear: Sony LA-EA3 with SAL1635Z Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm F2.8 ZA SSM $245.00 Nauticam EA1635-Z Zoom Gear: Sony LA-EA3 with SAL1635Z Vario-Sonnar T* 16-35mm F2.8 ZA SSM $245.00 Nauticam M16 Offset Extension with Vacuum Valve $280.00 Bought from Backscatter, the original value with all the accessories and taxes was 5,375$. Im accepting any offer and the best offer gets it. I can open the box and put it together to take picture from the item but its really new in mint conditions, used onces for testing and decided not to keep it.
  14. NA-36203 - Nauticam - Macro Port & Focus Gear Set for Canon EF Lens to Sony NEX. For use with Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM (Needs the Metabone EF-S to Sony NEX Adapter II, works with NEX-7, NEX-6, NEX-5R, NEX-5N, NEX-5). New in box. Retails for 700 USD/ 750 Euro. Asking Price: 440 USD/ 400 Euro OBO......You are welcome to make an offer (Send PM). Item is located in Germany. Click here for shipment cost: http://www.ebay.de/itm/331756640746?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  15. Light & Motion Blue Fin 550 Video Housing plus 65 degree wet lens. Good condition and comes with the Wetmate 65 degree lens and camera remote. £950. (Price new is £2,700) Full underwater functions and built in monitor. For full specs on this housing have a look at http://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/light-motion-bluefin-pro-video-housing. Price includes delivery in the UK.
  16. I have a hardly ever used Sony Ex 1 Camera with Gates housing and wide angle lens. Used less then 20 times. Includes floats and trimming weights. $5000 excluding shipping PM me if you wish for photos and more details.
  17. Selling absolutely flawless, only couple of times used Sony RX100iv with original accessories and paperwork as well as extra battery(not on the picture but included),Sony wall charger, Sony case and new sealed Sony screen protector. Purchased from Adorama thru Amazon for $948.00 (camera only). Asking $750.00 for all. Free Cont. US shipping! I will ship worldwide (shipping costs are buyer's responsibility and I can mark the item"gift" to save you from import fees)
  18. Hi guys, I am new to the forum so please let me know if I should post this on some other sections. I took my brand new Nauticam NA-RX100IV housing on my diving trip here at Cabo. On my first day of diving, I did not have the vacuum alarm turned on. The first dive was fine, but during the second dive, I noticed some condensation on the LCD of my camera inside the housing. I ended the dive, and found there maybe about 2 teaspoons of water inside. Luckily the camera is fine, it just got a little wet on the outside (a few drops of water), but there was a little bit more in the housing. After the dive, I tried get the water out using a paper towel, as well as hair dryer. After I blew some warm air into the housing, I put a bag of small desiccants in to it and closed it for a few hours. Soon after I found that the moisture alarm system stopped working all together. Initially I thought it's the battery ran out or was shorted, so I bought some new ones, but it turned out it was the leak detection system just doesn't work anymore. In an attempt to save the housing, I contacted Backscatter and got suggestion of using denatured alcohol to clean the housing. So I bought a bottle of 200ml 70% alcohol to clean it out. Luckily it brought the moisture/vacuum alarm system back online. However, I've have the housing went through 20 minutes of hair dryer blow using cool air, as well as putting two desiccant bags inside the closed and vacuumed housing for about 40 hours (occasionally opened to check if the moisture is out). After being through all this, the moisture alarm still detects moisture inside even I cannot find any clue of any. The alarm will turn on once I flipped the switch on, the LED will go through a few blue blinks and then turn to red blink with the alarm beeping. Is there something I am missing? Or is there something else I should do to get the moisture out...
  19. I would like to know if anybody tried the Sony FS7 underwater. The only footage I could find is a swimming pool clip done by Sealux. I have bought their housings before and I was happy with the build quality of German engineering. I wish they would try the camera in real environment like other manufacturers do . I am concerned of the following: > Does the camera perform good white balance underwater?, > Does it execute good color rendition unlike the FS100 & FS700 that exhibited color science issues as I recall? I think this camera is an XDCAM similar to the EX1& 3 family. > Low light performance. What attracts me to this camera is the following: + Metabones speed booster which produces almost FF equivalent enabling better wide angle usage, + Good dynamic range, + 10 bit 422 makes the footage tolerance for color correction. + Availability of both S-log, standard & hyper gammas as options, + Slo-motion I would like to hear from you guys on what you think of this camera even if you haven't tried it. Thank you in advance
  20. Selling Sony RX100IV in excellent like new condition with extra battery,carry case,new screen protector,original box and original accessories. Nauticam Housing was used on one dive trip. Absolutely flawless with no signs of use! Comes with Vacuum check installed, vacuum valve installed, bayonet mount, Nauticam Flexi tray, and LCD magnifier with diopter. All comes with original boxes, manuals and paperwork. All were purchased in September for about $2500. Asking $2000 with Free Cont. US shipping Will ship worldwide.
  21. Hi, due to system update I Need to sale some of my "Tools". Fore more Details and Picture please click here: http://www.ebay.de/sch/a.my/m.html?item=331739067519&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562 (Actual Retail Price Europe in Euro / Asking Price in Euro) NAUTICAM 17452 NA-NEX7 LCD Window Nauticam Enhanced Viewfinder (250) 175 Nauticam 17403 Housing for Sony NEX 7 with Leak Detector (1929) 970 Nauticam 36122 Zoomring for Sony E 18-55mm Len (168) 115 Sony SAL-1855 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens (142) 100
  22. Upgraded to full frame setup and therefore selling only TWO TIMES used underwater Sony RX100IV with extra battery, charger, Sony travel case, new LCD screen protector (SONY), Nauticam Housing, Nauticam LCD magnifier with diopter, Vacuum valve with pump, Nauticam Flexitray W II, WWL-1 Wide angle lens + Bayonet mount, CMC-1 lens + Bayonet mount, 2x Nauticam 8"arms, 2x Nauticam 5" arms, Nauticam cold shoe YS mount, Nauticam cold shoe Ball mount, Nauticam Bayonet Lens holder, Fisheye Fix Neo DX2000 SWRM, 2x SEA & SEA YS-D2 with 2x Fiber optic cable All items were purchased in September from US authorized dealers. All items come with original boxes,manuals, accessories and are still under warranty! Absolutely flawless! I also have original receipts (upon request) For some reason I can't upload the picture of the camera and its accessories (file too big) but I can email the picture along with other pictures of the complete setup together upon request. I have a 100% feedback on eBay (kapikocustoms). Free cont.US shipping with insurance! I will ship worldwide! Paypal only Trying to sell as complete set. All together purchased for $7000.00! Yours for only $6000! That's a $1000 dollars savings! If you do not need the camera, the price for all (excluding RX100IV) would be minus $800.00 which totaling $5200.00 I can send more pictures upon request. BEST ULTIMATE COMPACT 4K-MACRO-WIDE ANGLE SETUP YOU WILL FIND!
  23. Hi All, After nearly four years with my trusty old RX100 rig, I am thinking of upgrading to something more advanced. Currently my rig consists of: - RX100 (Version 1), - Recsea housing (more than 1000 dives with no problems) - single YS-D1 strobe - Ikelite Vega Light - Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens (wet lens) Over the years I have really liked the ability of selecting different lenses during a dive, and as I live in Curacao most of my underwater photography is either using just the fixed lens, or the fixed lens with the +7 macro converter. The wide angle/fisheye lens gets much less use although I nearly always carry it just in case, I come across something larger. So here is my dilemma, I would like to switch to the Sony A7R2 camera and am struggling to decide which lenses I should get. My problem is both one of "cost, usability/versatility and quality". Basically I have two options: - the Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens , plus the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens or - Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus either the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter or my existing Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) So finally I get to the question, obviously I assume I would get better results quality wise from the first option, but the cost is significantly more, and of course I need to decide what I'm going to shoot before I do the dive, potentially missing some good opportunities. Or I could go with the second option, and sacrifice some quality, but with a large cost savings, and extra flexibility once under water for most of the shooting I actually do (as I say wide angle is not my prime concern). I understand it is of course a matter of individual choice, but which option would you choose? Perhaps more importantly, as I'm macro orientated, do any of you have experience of using the Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter, and if so how does it compare to the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens with regards to quality, of course bearing in mind I'm upgrading from the RX100 set-up? OK I know it's a long story to read but I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance. Below is my proposed new set-up. - A7Rii - Nauticam housing - Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony A7/A7II Camera - Sony SEL2870 FE 28-70mm - Nauticam SE2870-Z Zoom Gear - Nauticam N100 Flat Port 74 - Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Ports (M67 Lenses) - and either my existing +7 macro lens, or Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter - Extra Sea and Sea YS-D1 Strobe, plus strobe arms and batteries, and 2 x fibers Kevin
  24. Hi All, After nearly four years with my trusty old RX100 rig, I am thinking of upgrading to something more advanced. Currently my rig consists of: - RX100 (Version 1), - Recsea housing (more than 1000 dives with no problems) - single YS-D1 strobe - Ikelite Vega Light - Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens (wet lens) Over the years I have really liked the ability of selecting different lenses during a dive, and as I live in Curacao most of my underwater photography is either using just the fixed lens, or the fixed lens with the +7 macro converter. The wide angle/fisheye lens gets much less use although I nearly always carry it just in case, I come across something larger. So here is my dilemma, I would like to switch to the Sony A7R2 camera and am struggling to decide which lenses I should get. My problem is both one of "cost, usability/versatility and quality". Basically I have two options: - the Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens , plus the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens or - Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus either the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter or my existing Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) So finally I get to the question, obviously I assume I would get better results quality wise from the first option, but the cost is significantly more, and of course I need to decide what I'm going to shoot before I do the dive, potentially missing some good opportunities. Or I could go with the second option, and sacrifice some quality, but with a large cost savings, and extra flexibility once under water for most of the shooting I actually do (as I say wide angle is not my prime concern). I understand it is of course a matter of individual choice, but which option would you choose? Perhaps more importantly, as I'm macro orientated, do any of you have experience of using the Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter, and if so how does it compare to the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens with regards to quality, of course bearing in mind I'm upgrading from the RX100 set-up? OK I know it's a long story to read but I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance. Below is my proposed new set-up. - A7Rii - Nauticam housing - Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony A7/A7II Camera - Sony SEL2870 FE 28-70mm - Nauticam SE2870-Z Zoom Gear - Nauticam N100 Flat Port 74 - Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Ports (M67 Lenses) - and either my existing +7 macro lens, or Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter - Extra Sea and Sea YS-D1 Strobe, plus strobe arms and batteries, and 2 x fibers Kevin
  25. Does anyone have experience with the Sony FE 28mm f/2 underwater? I am looking for an a7II setup and would like to pair it with this lens + a Nauticam WWL-1.
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