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  1. Aaaand more of stuff from the bottom of my drawer Nauticam LCD Magnifier with Dioptric Adjustment (25106) plus the required attachment rails (25131). Bought brand new from Fotografit.eu. Very good condition - gf used a few times, then decided she likes pure screen better...so, since it has gathered enough dust, it's time to perhaps find a new home for it.... Fits Nauticam housings for Sony RX100 III / IV /V. More info on Nauticam website: https://www.nauticam.com/products/lcd-magnifier-with-dioptric-adjustment https://www.nauticam.com/products/lcd-magnifier-attachment-rails-for-na-rx100iii-rx100iv-rx100v Pics below (ignore the pen writing on teh box ) Price wise, 125 Euro / 110 GBP + postage...sensible offers also welcome Magnifier and rails are currently in Brussels, Belgium. Local collection is of course welcome. Any questions / need more pictures, just ask
  2. For Sale is a Sea&Sea housing for the Sony RX100II and Sea&Sea LCD Viewfinder both of these have never been wet and come with all original boxes and accessories I will sell the Viewfinder separately if someone is interested as it fits the all Sea&Sea RX100 housings and the Sea&Sea a6000/a6300/a6500 housings too Retail for the housing is $995.95 your price is $599 Retail for the LCD viewfinder is $105 your price is $70 Buyer pays shipping/insurance and PayPal fees My email is deedeeflores01@aol.com for fast reply
  3. Want to sell ASAP : Shipping worldwide on my costs, from Europe , Nauticam housing for Sony A7 Rii (ILCE-MR2) - NAUTICAM NA-A7II Housing with bulkhead for nikonos 5 electrical strobe connection - €1'900 /US$2100 Almost new. 2 Dive trips. 25 dives. Perfect condition. really like new. Detailed high res pictures of housing parts on request. Plus accessories (grease, O-rings---)
  4. Housing has never been in in the water. S6 bulkheads, vacuum test installed. Throwing in a couple of gears that work with the following combos: Focus gear for Canon 14mm f/2.8 II lens with metabones adapter (3rd or 4th generation) Zoom gear for Canon EF 8-15 f/4L lens with metabones adapter (3rd or 4th generation). No ports included. All for $3900 please contact via email or phone: l.johnson@stephenfrink.com 305-451-3737 in Florida
  5. Anyone using a Sony RX 100 version 1 out there I need some help. Is there a way to set the live view so that it will show a bright image underwater and NOT the image based on the settings? For example if I set it at 1/125, f/5.6 and ISO 100 and am in any reasonable depth of water the screen is so dark I can't see what I am focusing on! Likewise, if shooting macro, even in shallow (10') water with the camera set at 1/125, f/11+ and ISO of 100 it is again so dark that I can't focus. There has to be a way to fix this because I've seen some great shots from a RX100 version 1. Huge thanks for replies. Cheers! J Walker
  6. Hi everyone, I'm looking for a Sony a6300 or a6500 housing with ports/dome. Flexible with options and kits. Only after metal housings. Many thanks!
  7. Hello everyone, Selling a full Nauticam set up for the Sony RX100 IV camera, with the camera itself. This full set includes the flex tray, the two handles, ball mount, view finder magnifier (this thing is a MUST HAVE), extended trigger, vacuum check valve and pump (in addition to the standard moisture sensor). Also includes the Sony RX100 IV camera with 2 extra batteries. A screen protector has been installed on this camera from day one. All boxes shown will also be sent. As you can tell, I take good care of this stuff! It was used for 2 trips to Mexico. Asking US$1400 shipped in North America for this fantastic package. Also have a Inon S2000 strobe (posted previously, deal fell through). Asking $270 shipped in North America. Buy both together (just add arms and you're good to go!) for US$1650! Thanks for looking!
  8. I am selling my SONY RX100 IV with lots of extra gear. Bought it originally to use it for underwater photography but I never found the time to get into this hobby. So I give it up. That's why the camera was almost never used (only couple times above water) and is in mint condition. No scratches, dents or anything. Even display has no scratches. The RX100 IV is a great high-end compact for underwater photography and video. The package includes: BATTERIES Two additional batteries with extra duo charger (in addition to the sony battery). Ideal for multiple dives. BAG Camerabag from Lowepro with splash water cover. The bag holds the camera and has an extra protected pocket for sd-cards as well as extra storage. CARDS - 2x 8 GB Micro SD-Karten mit Adapter (Transcend) - 1x 16 GB SD Karte (Transcend / SDHC UHS-I) - 1x 64 GB Micro-SD Karte (Lexar / 633x64GB UHS) Price for everything: € 649,00 Paypal preferred. Shipping inside EU. Worldwide shipping depending on location. TECH SPECS RX100 IV FROM SONY.COM: - 21 Megapixel (memory attached 1.0-type stacked CMOS Sensor) - 3x optical Zoom -11x digital Zoom - 3 inch Display - XGA OLED Pop-Up Tru-finder - 24-70 mm ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T f/1.8 - 2.8 - um 180° flexibel LC-display - 4K Video - Slow Motion and Super Slow Motion 1000 fps PAL (40x super slow motion)
  9. I am selling a Sony NEX-5N interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera in an Aquatica housing. Included are: - NEX-5N camera with battery, charger, and kit 17-55mm equivalent lens - Aquatica AN-5N housing with the matching plexiglass dome port, double handles, and extended shutter release - Sola 600 white/red focus light with two chargers - Various accoutrements -- extra O-rings, a strobe cable for an Inon strobe if you want it Paid ~$2500, asking $1000 OBO. Please don't low-ball me, but reasonable offers will be considered. This is a fantastic starting kit for someone getting serious about underwater photography. The camera is small and lightweight, and takes excellent detailed images. It's also a great land camera, for that matter. You can purchase any number of E-mount lenses and compatible Aquatica ports, in particular, a highly rated macro lens is available. This package does not come with any strobes, I cannibalized the strobe I had been using, onto my new setup. Why did I get rid of this? I moved up, basically, to a more capable setup at, of course, a much higher price point. Such is life. This kit is impeccably maintained. The only deficit is a few small scratches on the dome, which are only visible when you shoot straight up into the sun. Does not come with the scorpionfish. This is a 100% crop to show the detail the camera is capable of.
  10. Selling a Nauticam LX7 housing on eBay. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=223027497366&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111 Anthony
  11. Used on my Sony A7Rii, 130 degree. Great addition when used with Sony's 28MM lens. (28mm lens sold separately) Includes Nauticam Bayonet mount. $600.00 gets it all. Lens is in great shape, no glass scratches. Hood has some paint scratches on the bottom. Includes original Nauticam padded case and plastic lens cover. Buyer pays shipping. Shipping from Nevada U.S.A.
  12. Selling my camera set up due to upgrade. Package is in great condition and is ready to dive. I can provide additional photos on request. Package includes: Sony RX100 Mk2 - perfect working condition just with some minor scuffs on the body which are only cosmetic Aquapazza APSO-RX1002 housing rated to 75M Inon UWL-H100 wide angle wet lens with additional Dome lens unit 2x INON UCL-165M67 macro wet lenses Howshot Adjustable Dual Grip and Tray Set Asking price: €1300 Buyer pays shipping and paypal charges. Items located in Cork, Ireland. I've added some sample photos to show what the camera is capable of. any questions feel free to contact me
  13. Hi All, Looking for feedback on the Turtle TTL flash trigger. http://trt-electronics.com I know WetPixel is one of their partners, but haven't seen a lot of feedback on them here recently. Looking at buying one to compliment my Nauticam / A7RII setup - and would be good to hear real life feedback. The obvious reason to go with the Turtle TTL Flash Trigger is that it does support TTL. (although I might not use that, usually shooting fully manual, it is a nice thing to be able to do). let me know, Regards, Y.
  14. Selling my Gates AX-100 housing, Sony FDR-100 4K video camera with all the accessories: (2) Sola 2500 lights, arms, charger. $3500. OBO
  15. Up for sale Sony AX-100 4K video camera Gates Housing to fit 1- Flat port 1- Wide Angle port SubSea flip away close lens holder 2- Oversize batteries Lock line video light arms Backscatter Vacum pump and gauge $3000 USD Buyer pays shipping world wide PayPal or USPS Money Order Pic 2 pic 3 pic 4 pic 5
  16. I would like to sell my video system purchased in 2011 for a good price so that it gets used and doesn't just sit in a cupboard. What I have is Sony Ex-1R video camera new $5999 (including 4 batteries, 4 x memory cards, chargers, card reader) Gates EX 1 housing new $6860 Gates SWP44C Fathom Super Wide Port $4948 (has been refurbished and not used since) Gates EM43 Wide Screen monitor HD version $2325 Gates carry handle $130 DF1000 Audio moisture alarm $167 UR pro internal colour filter Blue Water $138 Total 18,242 US dollars My price $5000 Australian dollars roughly 4000 US It's a great package and in excellent condition. Buyer pays shipping from Australia
  17. I thought I would quickly share my experience using a Sony a6500 underwater. I am using: Sony a6500 in Nauticam housing with Sola 3500 and Intovatec 2500 lights. Zoom - Sony 18-55mm lens in N85 Flat Port 72. Macro - Inon UCL for macro in M67 Flip Diopter Holder. Wide - Sony 10-18mm + Zen Underwater DP-170 Fisheye Dome Port The video here has mostly a6500 footage (0:23 - 3:16): Pros: Having IBIS in a6500 helps to stabilize footage vs. none in the a6300 Using Sony lenses with OSS helps even more Fast autofocus works really well for UW video - especially when subjects move a lot I could get 3+ dives without changing batteries using the Nauticam 2,500 mAh battery pack. Cons: The Sony UW white balance sucks and always need to be corrected in post-production (I use Premiere Pro CC Lumetri). The 4K (3840 x 2160) 30 fps would be better at 100 Mbps and not 60.
  18. Hi all, Im selling the following gear. Its barely used (less than 10 dives). The reason for selling is that I got a more expensive system. The whole package is in great condition. The items are as follows and it would be ideal to sell as a package: 1) Fantasea FRX100 IV Underwater Housing (Works perfectly for RX100 V). PRICE: $350 dollars Regular Price: $399.95 http://reefphoto.com...roducts_id=8637 2) Sony DSC-RX100 V. PRICE: 750 dollars Regular Price: $950 dollars https://www.amazon.c...rds=DSC-RX100 V 3) 5 (five) Sony NP-M8 Batteries for Sony camera. PRICE: $100 dollars Regular price: $37.99 (per unit) https://www.amazon.c...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1 4) Fantasea Blue ray tray Double tray Regular price: $69.95 https://www.backscatter.com/Fantasea-Blue-Ray-Double-Tray 5) TWO flex arms Regular price: 25.95 per unit https://www.backscatter.com/Fantasea-Flex-Arm-15 TOTAL: $1,100 dollars plus half of the shipping costs. (regular price of $1,661.95 + 100 dollars shipping) I can accept payment via Paypal. I am 100% reputable and will honor the sale. I will be posting pictures soon. Buyer pays HALF for shipment from Mexico City (I am willing to subsidize half the amount for shipment to the US other locations are not included-). Please send me a message if interested. Rodrigo
  19. https://www.ebay.com/itm/273107299764 A full housing kit for the Sony A6000 camera with case, lights, dome, and macro port.
  20. Hi all I am new here, and still looking to buy the right equipment for me. I am used to record video in 2.7K and 60fps. This is to me the smallest format that still looks very good on a 4K TV. But it is a must for me to record with 60fps, i get frustrated by the vibrations when looking at video recorded in 30fps and the camera is turning to follow an animal or just giving a panoramic view of the divesite. Sony has for long used 4K with 30fps at 100mbit and yes they have had a lot of heating problems, but on their new mirrorless cameras it should no longer be a problem. Now that it works it should not be a challenge for them or most other brands to set the software up for 2.7K with 60fps, the power usage should be about the same. Does anyone know why they do not include this format at all? Not even in 30fps. Is it possible to inform Sony and the other brands that it would be a good investment as it would make their existing cameras able to record 60fps just with a firmware update? I hope you will join the debate and maybe send a msg to Sony, Canon and so on.
  21. Hello, time has come to consolidate all our diving photo stuff, so here is the list of all the things we have for sale: Ikelite housing for Sony A7 II/A7R II/A7S II + 16-35mm port + 90mm macro port very good condition, never flooded, cleaned and lubricated after each dive, no scratches on ports, only few dives (one week in egypt (15 dives) + approx. 15-20 fresh water dives) Package contains: Ikelite 6483.72 housing Ikelite 5503.80 wide-angle port (for Sony FE 16-35mm F4) Ikelite 5505.5 macro port (for Sony FE 90mm) Ikelite 4077.02 handles Original zoom ring for 16-35 and 3D printed one which works a lot better. Price: 1500 eur I also have single and dual sync cords (Ikelite to Sea&Sea/Inon) for 120 and 70 eur respectively. Olympus E-PL5, 14-42, 9-18 a 60mm macro lenses, Olympus PT-EP10 and Zen WA-100 very good condition, camera and lenses used only in the housing, never flooded, cleaned and lubricated after each dive, no scratches on ports. Approx. 100 dives. Package contains: Olympus E-PL5, flash, charger, 2x battery Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 14-42mm 1:3,5-5,6 II R Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 9-18mm 1:4-5,6 + lens shade + zoom ring Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm 1:2,8 Macro + lens shade Olympus PT-EP10 + stock port Olympus PMLA-EP01 67mm macro lens adapter for stock port Zen WA-100 wide angle port for 9-18mm Olympus PENPAL PP-1 Price: 1500 eur I can also add dual handle base with arms and manual Sea&Sea YS-02 strobe with optical cable for + 300 eur. Total price 1800 eur. Nikon D90, Tokina 12-24 F4 with Sealux Housing with wide angle port and handles very good condition, camera and lens used only in the housing, only few marks on the sunshade, no scratches on ports, cleaned and lubricated after each dive. Approx 150 dives. Package contains: Nikon D90, battery, charger Tokina AT-X Pro SD 12-24mm F4 (IF) DX + zoom ring Sealux CD90 + wide angle port + handles Price for the housing+port+handles: 450 eur Price for the package: 700 eur I am located in Slovakia, Europe, but can ship it worldwide.
  22. A full housing kit including dome, macro port, and video lights. Listed here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/273046881051?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  23. I am new to underwater cinematography, and have purchased a Sony a7s II and am getting familiar with it before an important trip to Raja Ampat in October. I have many questions, and wonder if there are others in the community that are shooting with this camera that I can learn from, and compare notes with. 1. Picture Profile? Any thoughts on the advisable "picture profile" for shooting? sLog 2, sLog 3, Cine4? 2. Grading and LUTS? If one shoots with a flat picture profile, how does one properly grade or color correct? I have been doing as much internet research as I can, and this remains a bit of a mystery. I want to start collecting great clips in the proper picture profile. 3. White balance issues? On my first trip with this camera, to Cozumel, I believe that I properly manually white balanced the camera, at a fairly deep depth, but nevertheless experienced a strong magenta cast. Is anyone else having white balance issues with this camera? Is the camera known to be poor in that area, or acceptable, or does it have known challenges that require a work around? It would be great to possess the state of the art knowledge in this area so I can improve my results. I have posted my first "tests" with the camera, and the results are quite primitive, but they can be reviewed in this Vimeo clip. Anyone that wants to see some raw 4K footage of the first tests, to help me diagnose what is happening, can send me their email address and I will give them access to some raw footage. Many thanks for your help. George L. Paul
  24. You get everything Included in the picture: Sony Cybershot DSC-W290 Camera , battery & Charger Sony MPK-WEB Housing rated to 132ft Fantasea wide angle snap on dome port (snaps on to outside of housing , can be removed or attached under water) Sea& Sea YS-01 Strobe, arm & fiber optic cable Tray for camera $550 for all or make an offer. I will break it up if you want something individually.
  25. Hello again, I'd like to conduct an informal poll on the White Balance settings you folks like to use underwater with your Sonys. I did a lot of underwater photography back in the days of film, but have not yet shot any digital underwater, and figuring out white balance settings is a major concern for me right now. I'm headed to Mexico next week with my a6300, but I think all the Sony Full Frame and Mirrorless bodies from the last couple of years are fairly similar in terms of their white balance characteristics. I've read so many posts on this WB topic recently that my brain is just fried. Some say you should take a custom white balance every 10-15 feet, some say if you do this the Sonys throw an error because the reading will be outside the 9900k color temp limit, some say just set the WB manually to 9900k and add a +7 M tint, some say Underwater Auto White Balance works well enough, some say just Auto White Balance is fine, one guy posted PDFs of A4 size color swatches he made that simulate UW color cast, and that you can print those out and take a custom WB reading from them in daylight. Wow, so many freaking choices! Last time I took photos underwater the only 'White Balance' options were either Kodachrome or Fuji . I'll be shooting video as well as stills, using Sony's 10-18mm wide angle zoom. I'll be diving on the Pacific side of Mexico. I expect visibility of only about 30-40 feet. For video I have a Kraken Hydra 2000 lumen video light mounted on the cold shoe of my Nauticam housing on a 4 inch flexi arm. My plan was to use Sony's Underwater White Balance for video, because I'm afraid if I set a custom White Balance for the ambient light, anything illuminated by the light will be too red. Is this a valid concern? But I've read that Auto WB can change the color cast of your video abruptly and is best avoided. I think I'm going to shoot XACV-S in 4k, but I'd rather not have to do any color grading in post. What settings do you folks like to use for WB for UW video with a light? For stills I'll have two Sea & Sea YS-D2 strobes with diffusers. My plan for stills is to use Sony's Flash White Balance setting. That should give me good color for whatever is illuminated by the flash, but I'm not sure how the background water column is going to look. I will be shooting RAW, so I'm thinking I'll have enough latitude to adjust the background water to a color that is pleasing if need be. Does this sound like a good plan? What WB setting do you like to use on your Sony for Wide Angle stills with strobes? One other quick question - do you think I'll need to kill the video light prior to shooting a still? I'm concerned it could cast unwanted shadows or add a color cast, but maybe the strobe will be so much brighter it won't matter. Thanks for all your help guys and gals!
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