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For Sale is a Subsee +10 diopter. Used only on one trip, it's just not the right combination for me with an 18-55mm lens for my Sony Nex-7. Has no scratches. Has both top and bottom cover to protect the glass. $200 with Free shipping within the U.S. Paypal only.
Im looking to start super macro work. I have an Aquatica Housing snd I'm looking at the Aquatica and Subsee +5 and +10 dioptets. I was wanting to know if anyone has experience with either name brand? Is the a weight difference between the 2. Also, zi'm looking to get the SubSee dual lens adapter. Any thoughts on rhis setup? I would prefer nylon screws instead on the metal ones. Thanks for any info. Kirk
Pro UW-video setup in perfect condition. Located in Denmark. Bought in Q1 2011. 1x Light and Motion Bluefin Pro housing 1x Sony CX-550 camera (64GB) 1x SOLA 600 light 1x Light & Motion LocLine Flex arm for SOLA 1x ReefNet SubSee +5 diopter 1x SubSee adapter for light & Motion 1x LMI tripod mount 1x SOLA hand strap 1x SOLA d-ring kit 1x SOLA 1" armball 1x Light & Motion customised foamed Pelicase 1x SOLA charger (extra) 2x Spare Sony camera batt. (3900mAh), 1x Sony batt. charger, 4x AA batt. (2850mAh) and AA batteri charger Also, various maintenance tools, spare o-rings etc. Price EUR 3300 (save EUR 2825) Payment via PayPal or bank. Examples of work @ vimeo.com/henrikhedegaard Reason for selling: I've switched to Canon 5D MK3 Find a bigger picture of package here:
Hello all: I was in the Philippines this last month, and had the good fortune of being able to film an extremely rare nudibranch. The Kalinga Ornata! To my knowledge, this is the only video of the nudibranch in a natural and behavioral standpoint. Even Roger Steene hasn't seen this nudibranch yet! After reviewing my footage that evening, I noticed that I caught it eating a Brittle Star. With it's translucent body, you can see the star moving around in the body. I didn't know it was feeding when I was shooting it. So that was a pleasant surprise! I am sorry for all the junk in the water. It was a very silty dive site, and being a night dive, my lights were attracting all sorts of critters. Let me know what you think of the video, and if you have ever seen this nudi before either video or photo. Thanks, Dustin