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  1. Selling my ikelite housing and ports as im moving in a different direction. Included are the following: Housing 6871.02 Macro flat port with focus knob for 100mm macro 5508.45 8" glass dome (modular) 5510.45 Modular extender 5510.24 (Above set up will work for the 17-40 and may work for other wide angle lenses too) Storm im2700 case Beneath the Sea 2 handle tray Focus sleeves and other accessories. New this all would be about 3000. Will ship in the US but buyer to pay shipping costs, probably 50 to 75.
  2. Underwater photography dive rated case for 300'. Gently used and in excellent condition. Minor normal signs of use. Never flooded. Works great TTL with underwater strobes and lights. Will not sell for parts. Included: Canon 5dii housing (costs $1800 new) , dome port for 16-35mm lens (costs $500 new), vacuum pump (costs $200 new), tray with handles (costs $150 new), and dome port cover (costs $80 new). (Total cost brand new would be ($2730.) Selling as a kit for $1500. If local to San Diego area, we can arrange pick up. If not, shipping cost will be added to ship to you.
  3. I've bought a new rig and it's time for the old one to go to a loving home where it will be used. My 5D2 camera and housing have been to lots of exciting places - 6kms into an underwater cave, 120m deep on a shipwreck, on dive trips to half of South East Asia, and underwater around home most weekends. It's taken photos published in Nat Geo, international newspapers and a few first prize, dive trip winning shots. It has a well-earned set of cosmetic scratches on the outside of what has been an incredibly robust housing. This rig will go where you need to go and bring home the shot. All of the photos on my website were taken with this setup except for this week's photo. Everything you need to get up and running with full frame photos and HD video is included, except a lens and a strobes/lights setup. The port extensions are suitable for use with Canon 14mm, Canon 100mm, and I believe the Canon 20mm/24mm lenses which I haven't used. The package contains: Canon 5D2 body with battery, 16gb card Aquatica housing with two Nikonos bulkheads, hydrophone (cable blu-tacked out of the way), handles with balls attached for putting strobe arms on and leak detector 8" dome port with dome shade, port locking device and extension for 14mm lens, lightly scratched 8" dome port with dome shade, heavily scratched (ok as long as you don't try and shoot into the sun, maybe some more polishing would help) AF macro port with rear port cover and extension for 100mm lens Neoprene covers for dome and macro ports Spares: o-ring kit, o-ring grease, allen key for getting the dome shade off, deep spring kit and a spare pass through bulkhead that I bought and haven't used The housing has a deep spring kit partially installed - I discovered that some buttons don't require deep springs and changed them back to regular ones. The housing is fully functional to 120m as that's where I took it in September. I have all of the springs and a bunch of spare c-clips. I am happy to reinstall the original springs if you would prefer, or will provide them so you can DIY as required. The nikonos bulkheads were replaced 18 months ago after the first round of pins corroded and should be good for another 5 years or so. Total price $4,200 AUD (this is about $3,200 USD at the moment) with free shipping in Australia. I'm in Melbourne if you would like to inspect/pick up the housing in person. International buyers pay shipping.
  4. Hi All, Looking for a Nauticam housing for my Canon 5dii Kind regards! Petra
  5. Does anyone know the official rated depth for Sealux housings? I have a housing for the Canon 5D Mark II. I bought the housing second hand and haven't been able to locate any notes, or online, giving an official depth rating. I could email Sealux but they don't always respond very quickly and I thought someone on here might be able to point me in the right direction. Thanks for your help!
  6. I just got the Ikelite housing for the A7R II and was shocked to discover that this housing gives you a teeny-tiny view using the built-in eyepiece. Coming from the Ikelite housing for the Canon 5D II, I'd say this is a major downgrade as far as viewfinder use is concerned, which gives you about 60% to 70% view (compared with 90% to 95% on the Ikelite 5D II housing). It puts the A7R II's giant viewfinder to waste. It's a shame Ikelite doesn't mention this on their website. No, I don't plan to splurge another $1,000 on a viewfinder magnifier. The tray also doesn't have a lock, so be careful that the camera doesn't fall when opening the housing. You also can't switch from TTL to manual strobe control (and vice versa) underwater, which I've been able to do in my previous housing. You have to open the housing to flick the switch. Everything else is fine. But I had to highlight these negative points because the "professional" reviewers forgot to mention them. Unless there's something wrong with my housing. Is the built-on eyepiece really supposed to be that bad? Notice that I'm not comparing the housing with an Aquatica or Nauticam, but with an old Ikelite housing for the 5D II which really didn't look that bad.
  7. Does anyone have experience using the combination of Canon 5dII with 14mm lens in a Sealux housing? I'm trying to work out the port / extension ring combination and thought I had it sorted but I must not have the extension ring length right as I'm getting the dome in the frame. Sealux recommends DOM 200 + ZR 45 for the EF 14mm f/2,8L USM and *I thought* that's what I have. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
  8. Item for Sale: Equinox 5DII Underwater Housing Approximate age of item: 2 years Item Condition: 9.5/10 (Has 1 cracked knob that doesn't affect functionality whatsoever and a replacement can be had for ~$13) Sale Includes: Underwater Housing and all original material including original box. As you can see at B&H (Where I originally purchased it:http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._Canon_5D.html) You can see it sells for $1799. Price: $1200 OBO Payments Accepted: Paypal (+3%) Possible Trades: Canon 35L + Cash, Canon 24-70LII + Cash on my end, Contax 80mm for Contax 645 Shipping Methods Available (Ships From): UPS Shipping Available To: Included with price to Continental US Item location: TEXAS Best Contact Method: PM or email - info (a) thomasrossphoto (dot) com Feedback: Excellent at Fred Miranda and Ebay under the name dracula02 Reason for selling: Not getting any use and I don't have a pool... This image and my Avatar image I took using this system with a 5DII and a 16-35L version I
  9. I am selling a full kit for Hugyfot 5DII housing, 2 x 8" dome ports (product number 6.608), 1 x Hugyfot Macro port, extensions 20mm, 40mm, 50mm. Also the Hugycheck system, TTL circuitry and extra handle. I also have spare backup TTL flash Controller Board, and Spare Canon Flash Shoe (i.e. spares so that if I ever had a problem on a trip I could replace things and keep going, but I never had a problem, so these are still in their packaging.) The housing ships with the 2 sync ports. I have a spare third port (which could be used to run an external monitor or for a sound feed, etc). The hardware for all of these is from the factory and will be included (see attached images). Also some spares O-rings included. Also have a jumper switch for adjusting the Hugycheck system for high altitude. I have really enjoyed using this housing it has been reliable, and easy to use. I have been careful to wash everything thoroughly after each use and it is all good. There are minor scuff marks on the base of the housing (see images below). One of the sync ports has a some pitting, but still works fine (see images below taken with 105 macro). The other sync port has minor pitting, see below. One of the domes has some small scratches (see macro images below) which in my opinion are small enough to not make any difference. In any case they could probably be polished out, I haven't bothered because I travel with a spare dome, which is close to perfect as far as I can see (see images below). The flat port is also close to perfect (see images below). This is an adaptable collection of accessories to use many different lenses, I have used Canon fisheye 15mm, Canon 14mm, 16-35mkII, 105mm macro...etc List of inclusions: 2 x 8" Hugyfot domes (product number 6.608, including neoprene dome covers) 1 x Hugyfot flat macro port 3 x Hugyfot to Aquatica port adaptor 1 x Hugyfot 20mm extension 1 x Hugyfot 40mm extension 1 x Hugyfot 50mm extension 1 x Zoom gear for the 16-35mm lens 1 x Spare 6.627 TTL Flash Controller (unused) 1 x Spare 6.791 Flash Canon Flash Shoe (unused) 1 x Plastic spanner for lock nuts on handles, 1 x Spare Housing O-ring 1 x Spare Port O-ring 1 x Leak alarm 1 x Hugycheck pump 1 x hugycheck system 2 x allen keys 1 x single hand Hugyfot grip 1 x cover for housing port 3 x port covers (as per images) 2 x spare batteries This is a really well designed system, and this package includes plenty of spares and options. Any questions let me know. Asking Price USD $2,900 These scratches are basically invisible underwater. This is the dome with 3 areas with small scratches These scratches are shallow, but close to the middle of the dome This scratch is towards outside of dome. Hugycheck jumper next to spanner for scale Cheers Matt
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