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Pristine Sea & Sea VF180 1.2x Straight Prism Viewfinder is blemish-free and includes all original parts and packaging. Once you use a viewfinder, you'll never go back to using the stock VF. It's amazing! Retails at $999.99. I'm asking only $775 (including shipping within the US). PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS Anodized Aluminum Alloy Construction 1.2x Magnification Won't Sacrifice Field Of View Depth Rating: 328' Lens Construction: 8 Elements, 6 Groups Nitrogen Gas Prevents Condensation, Fog Eyepiece Guard Reduces Glare, Reflection Included Attachment Tool Compatible With RDX, MDX Series Housings B&H: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/837768-REG/Sea_Sea_SS_46112_VF180_1_2x_Straight_Prism.html Compatible housings (models produced after the year 2007): MDX-5D Mark III, MDX-6D, MDX-7D, MDX-D500, MDX-D800, MDX-D810, MDX-D7100/7200, MDX-D7000, MDX-D300s, MDX-PRO D700, RDX-650D, RDX-600D *1: MDX-PRO 5D Mark II *2: RDX-550D, MDX-PRO D3, MDX-D300, MDX-40D *1 Accessory spacer is required to install the viewfinder to the housing (included in the box) *2 Factory modification is required to install the viewfinder. Contact an official SEA&SEA dealer or distributor.
I have a variety of Nauticam gear to sell, I inherited it from a family member who passed away. I do my own underwater photography, but not in the ocean and not as a diver (mine is portrait work at the moment and I use Ikelite). So I'll try to answer questions, but my knowledge is limited. 2 Sea & Sea YS-D1 underwater strobes with accessories $1300 2 YS-D1 strobes with caps, some minor wear, never flooded and tested recently - works great. Willing to post a video upon request. 2 sync cords 2 cloth protectors Ultralight accessories - fair condition with erosion on some. I'll post more pictures if requested - they are still useful, but not like-new. This was used with a Nauticam dslr housing http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/FullSizeRender_zpsccvenvcu.jpg Zen DP-230 for Nauticam Housings $1575 This dome is in fair/good condition, still very functional, but has scuffs and minor defects. The seal is new, but I recommend replacing it for peace of mind. http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/19665631_10154455637570946_4763782719629789376_n_zps49e19ocl.jpg Nauticam 70mm extension ring for Canon 11-24mm $515 Extension ring is in good condition with a new seal (I recommend replacing it for peace of mind). http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/19601330_10154455717990946_1811630432042273868_n_zpsianu5mny.jpg Nauticam C1124-Z Zoom for Canon EF 11-24mm $115 Great condition, looks new. http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/19665342_10154455727360946_569264656132594676_n_zpsnmmlzbyl.jpg Nauticam 180 Viewfinder for Nauticam DSLR Housing $800 This eye piece is in good condition with regular wear. The rubber around the eye moulding has a tiny crack, but doesn't effect the usefulness (see picture). http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/19601502_10154459006820946_8872414959981556397_n_zpsuybuvdjw.jpg Misc. items - including the compass (pictured together) Make an offer The compass is glued to one of the balls for an ultralight arm http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/IMG_4925_zps2n1uzzve.jpg Nauticam Housing for Canon 5D Mark III Make an offer The inside is pristine! But it's missing an eyepiece (unless you purchase the 180 viewfinder) The outside is corroded, needs repair. Possibly great for extra parts. It's fully functional, I put my own Canon 5D Mark III inside and submersed it in the bathtub, there were no problems. So it could work great even though it's not pretty, but it could also be a problem later. http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e68/larryandsonja/Nauticam%20Gear/17990955_10154244463435946_7898785585777613807_n_zpszgtliyrm.jpg More pictures: http://s37.photobucket.com/user/larryandsonja/library/Nauticam%20Gear?sort=3&page=1
Hi all, I have a Nikon D7100 with an Ikelite housing. I am looking to purchase a 180° magnifying viewfinder, and I wanted to know if anybody has any experience with the Ikelite model. How does it compare to other models, such as the Inon or Nauticam viewfinders? Would I be better off going with the Nauticam model so I can just buy a new mounting ring if I switch to a different housing manufacturer in the future? Thanks, Kyle