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Canon / Ikelite rig for macro includes camera, lens and 2 strobes. The T2i with Canon 60mm macro lens is a great setup, with fast focus and nice focal length to shoot a wide range of subjects. Strobes are fully TTL automatic, or manual power with buttons on rear of housing. I am the original owner of the housing and strobes; I have had them 4 years, taking 2-3 diving trips to warm water per year. Housing never flooded, one strobe got a couple drips in the battery compartment, the sticker is a little discolored, but the contacts are fine. Housing was overhauled by Ikelite in early 2013, all seals replaced and new style latches installed. The a/v +- knob was shaved a bit to make room for Nauticam viewfinder, but works just fine. System retailed over $3700, asking firm $1400 net to me plus shipping. All macro shots here were with this setup: http://beersworld.smugmug.com/ScubaTrips-1/Indonesia-2012/Top-40/ 6871.55 Housing for Canon T2i/550D. Extra O rings, original viewfinder, extra button nubs 5502 flat port for lenses up to 3.5 inches (2) 4044.1 DS51 TTL strobes 4103.52 double TTL strobe cable with caps 6", 8", 8" I-Das arms, 6" Ikelite arm (4) I-Das clamps, (1) triple I-Das clamp, (2) Ikelite clamps (2) Ikelite handle ball mounts, (1) 3 inch I-Torch mount arm (2) Small Stix floats, (2) large Stix floats Canon T2i/550d body, 2 batteries, charger Canon EF-S 60mm f2.8 Macro USM lens Underwater camera housing leak detector DIY snoot, tether
I am looking to pick up a spare housing as a backup. Located on US East Coast.
Hello! Just got my new 5DMkIII gear today, so it's time to let my 550D go. I'm selling the camera (body only) and Nauticam housing (no ports). I've used it for about 3 years; I can't find any information about determining shutter release count, but I'd estimate somewhere around 10,000. I've never had any problems with the housing or camera, and everything is in good working order. Neither has ever been damaged or flooded. Both have been well maintained, although I've never had any professional service done. I am the original owner. I shot mostly with a Canon EF 100mm macro and +5/+10 diopters. Some examples are at http://www.flickr.com/photos/blacktoe/, in case you're wondering what kind of shots you can get with this setup. All spare parts are included (o-rings, etc). I forgot to remove the ball joint in the middle; the balls on the handles are included, but the middle one is not. Let me know if you're interested or have questions. Thanks!
I am selling my slightly used Aquatica T2i / 550D Housing. It was purchased new in October 2010 and has been used on less than 40 dives. Some minor surface scratches, but otherwise in great working condition. It's never been flooded and haven't had any issues with it. Comes with operating manual, spare main O-ring, 1 Nikonos Bulkhead, 1 Fiber Optic Bulkhead and a Xit 404 Aquatica body cap. I'm asking $1350 (Shipping from California included). New would be $2100. Information on the Aquatica T2i Housing - Aquatica Digital - Featuring an extensive line of underwater housings for Nikon and Canon digital cameras - Depth rating: 300 feet / 90 meters - Precision machined from a single aluminum block. - Light weight housing fully anodized to military specs & coated with robust wear resistant coating. - Excellent UW balance - Size: L 13" (with grip attached) x W 5.25" x H 6.125" - Weight: 5.3 Lbs. - Accurately balanced ergonomic design. All controls are within easy reach.