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  1. Canon G12 Powershot camera, with Recsea housing and 50mm Recsea/Seatool 3X macro kit. All in good condition. Great set up for underwater shooting. Accessories include camera case, two extra batteries and two charging kits, camera straps, flash diffuser for housing, O-ring grease, manuals, (unused) screen protector and assortment of SD cards. A$750 or best offer. Link to item on Ebay: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/122305498215?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  2. An age old question I suppose ... I've been shooting successfully on a Canon G12 in a Recsea housing for around 7 years (here's a gallery of my latest marine life portrait images, only 7 of which were not shot on the G12: https://pinktankscuba.com/2016/01/04/latest-images-gallery/) I write for a monthly scuba magazine and have had 4 covers shots to date out of my G12. My greatest joy in life is getting shots others don't get because my single-strobe compact rig is so tiny and versatile I never have to swim away from a shot. My housing is so old it needs to be replaced (alas it's obsolete) and I am keen to upgrade to a larger sensor for improved image quality. I recently scored a total bargain on a 2nd hand Canon 7D in Nautical housing, but even after replacing the insanely heavy Ikelite strobes with Sea and Sea YSD2, the rig is still impractically heavy (too much weight for travel, the fabulously functional housing is much larger than I am used to which prevents me from seeing my frequently small / macro subjects with my own eyes, etc.) After 7 years of versatility of shooting with great inbuilt telephoto, macro mode enhanced by flip diopters etc which are essential at the incredibly diverse dive sites I dive most days of the week (shooting nudis to smooth rays and everything in between on a single dive), I LOATHE choosing a lens pre-dive and want to go screaming back to compact. Ultimately in the all the trade-offs from trading up to the DSLR, I definitely feel I have lost more than I have gained. When the DSLR housing was recently away for servicing for 3 months, people who didn't know I'd gone back to the G12 kept telling me how much better my photos were now that I owned a DSLR (even though it wasn't responsible for the photos I was sharing online). Online and even in magazines, most people honestly can't pick the quality difference. I have listed my 7D rig for sale twice this week and removed it both times due to feeling so conflicted - the Canon world just feels so comfortable and honestly the housing is an absolute (albeit painfully bulky) dream to drive (today the doctor confirmed that I have pulled a tendon in my camera carrying hand that will likely take 'at least a year' to heal). In part I am clinging onto the 7D because I can't find a large sensor compact rig I would be happy to exchange it for. I LOVE the specs on the Canon G7X EXCEPT that the battery life is reportedly dodgy which is my absolute top criteria in a camera (my dives are typically 2-4 hrs each, and I typically run out of camera battery before I run out of my 12 litres of air ...). My second quality of life criteria is 'shoot everything and anything that comes my way' which demands a level of versatility that only a G12 can apparently deliver. I was almost ready to buy a Sony RX100 Mark IV (better battery life than Mark V) but the colours on the Sony leave me craving Canon (for all the hype, I'm unable to find any uw images online that I love shot with this camera) and other things I've read in reviews have left me 2nd guessing whether it would be a good fit for me. Honestly, give me a bigger sensor on my G12 and a good quality new or second hand housing for it with an 0-ring thicker than the pathetic elastic hair tie equivalent in the housing I already have and I would be happy for the rest of my life ... or someway to double the battery life on the G7X ... So no matter what I do there's an epic trade-off. And even though I've literally stretch a tendon in my hand due to the weight of the 7D, I've been stuck trying to make this decision and getting dizzy from the endless 360s on To Sell or Not to Sell; To Buy or Not To Buy .... You may not be able to offer any new perspectives I haven't already thrashed through with my rapidly tiring sounding boards, but I'll take a shot and put it out there (just please don't tell me to 'man up' - I will never be a man and have no desire to ever become one ...) Has anyone here got any suggestions or advice for me? How did you navigate your transition from compact to DSLR and possibly back again or in reverse? What would you do if you were me? Thanks in advance for any thoughts you might like to throw into the mix ....
  3. Reposting to add photos: Complete underwater photo equipment package - dive ready. Canon G12 compact camera - top rated compact for underwater photos when first released for sale. This is not a "point and shoot" - the G12 allows for all shooting modes, including full manual. The package includes: - High quality (FIX) underwater housing with major port and Fisheye (FIX) supersede (165mm) conversion lens port. - Two strobe lights (Sea& Sea YS-D1 and YS110a) with cables. - Housing tray and arms/clamps, diffusers, manuals, and more. - Big Blue Led spotting light. - camera batteries and charger. - Think Tank carrying bag (w/laptop computer case) that holds all of the above. This camera will take award-winning photographs. Original purchase price - $4700. Will sell entire package for $1400. (Not willing to sell equipment separately).
  4. Doing a little closet cleaning and found a few more items. Prices include PP and shipping to the CONUS. Will consider other locations at buyer's expense. You can find feedback for me over on Fred Miranda where I have bought and sold plenty of camera gear over the years (search Josh Rackley). Let me know if you have any questions or would like to see more images. Item 1: Inon UCL-165 M67 (67mm thread mount). Excellent condition. I actually don't think I ever used this, but lets say a couple dives at most to be safe. $100 Paypal’d and shipped. Buy with the below lens adapter (item 2) for $120. Item 2: Ikelite 67mm Macro Lens Adapter for 3.9" Ports. Excellent condition. Part #9306.82 $30 Paypal’d and shipped. Item 3: Ultalight arm adapter for a UK Light Canon light. Excellent condition. $10 Paypal’d and shipped. Item 4: Ikelite housing for Canon G12 and G11. Includes Ikelite housing, dual tray handle, single tray handle, BOTH a Canon G12 and Canon G11 (both fit in the housing), 2 wide angle dome ports (# 6430.4), 4 canon batteries (one didn’t make the pictures), 2 chargers, and 2 diffusers (not pictured). One WA dome port has a scratch about 3/8", could possibly be buffed out but not 100% sure as it’s a little deeper than the other port, and the other has a few minor scratches that could be buffed out, but don’t recall them effecting image quality. Never flooded and never leaked. Has a few niks and scratches from a few years of well-loved use. However, I haven’t used this since 2015 when I got a DSLR (also for sale in another post). I kept it for backup but it has stayed in the closet. It was last serviced by Ikelite in February 2013. Cost of that service was $113. I would highly recommend it goes in for a service before using it since it hasn’t been used in a while and I can’t guarantee the integrity underwater, so selling cheap. It may be fine and you could give it a try with no camera. $350 Paypal’d and shipped.
  5. Complete underwater photo equipment package - dive ready. Canon G12 compact camera - top rated compact for UW photos when first released for sale. This is not a "point and shoot" - the G12 allows for all shooting modes, including full manual. The package includes: High quality (FIX) underwater housing with macro port and Fisheye (FIX) superwide (165 mm) conversation lens port. Two strobe lights (Sea & Sea YS-D1 and YS-110a) with cables. Housing tray and arms/clamps, diffusers, manuals, and more. Think Tank carrying bag (w/laptop computer case) that holds all of the above. Excellent way to get into underwater photography. This camera will take award-winning photographs. Original purchase price - $4700. Will sell entire package for $1500. (Not willing to sell equipment separately.) If interested, contact me at the above email address and I can email you some photos.
  6. Re-posting as the pictures did not come though the first time.. I am selling my camera rig to upgrade to DSLR. This is a great mid level upgrade for someone currently using a underwater point and shoot or Go Pro. This set upallows for a large variety of shooting modes from fully automatic to fully manual and video mode. I used this set up mostly for Macro photography and have been published in California Diving News, Scuba Diving magazine and won a trip to the Philippines with Blue Water Photo's 1st annual underwater shootout. I AM SELLING THIS RIG AS ONE UNIT AND WILL NOT BREAK IT UP, PLEASE DO NOT ASK. The rig is priced to sell and unfortunately do not have the time to ship out multiple packages and chase payments. The rig includes: •Canon G12 10 Megapixel camera with 5x optical zoom and 2.8" vari-angle LCD. •G12 Batter Charger. •Ikelite TTL Underwater Housing for Canon G12 camera. •Mounting Tray and custom buoyancy foam. •Brass Clips to secure rig to BC D rings, plus safety cable. •Two (2) Ikelite DS125 Strobes with one battery charger. •Cables for strobes to housing. •Two (2) Inon UCL 165 M67 wet lenses with mounting adapter to housing for macro super macro photography. •One Reef Stick for maintaining stability during shooting during swell. The entire package is $1,200 shipped to the lower 48 contiguous states. PM with pricing to Alaska / Hawaii and Canada. I will NOT ship internationally beyond Canada. Payment via Paypal only, add 3% if credit card payment through Paypal. Or no additional charge if paid as "friends and family" payment through Paypal. Please ask any questions and I will respond as fast and best as I can. Thank you, Eric
  7. I am selling my camera rig to upgrade to a DSLR unit. This is a great mid level upgrade for someone currently using a underwater point and shoot or Go Pro. This set up allows for a large variety of shooting modes from fully automatic to fully manual and video mode. I used this set up mostly for Macro photography and have been published in California Diving News, Scuba Diving magazine and won a trip to the Philippines with Blue Water Photo's 1st annual underwater shootout. I AM SELLING THIS RIG AS ONE UNIT AND WILL NOT BREAK IT UP, PLEASE DO NOT ASK. The rig is priced to sell and I frankly do not have the time to break it up and ship out multiple packages and chase payments. The rig includes: Canon G12 10 Megapixel camera with 5x optical zoom and 2.8" vari-angle LCD. G12 Batter Charger. Ikelite TTL Underwater Housing for Canon G12 camera. Mounting Tray and custom buoyancy foam. Brass Clips to secure rig to BC D rings, plus safety cable. Two (2) Ikelite DS125 Strobes with one battery charger. Cables for strobes to housing. Two (2) Inon UCL 165 M67 wet lenses with mounting adapter to housing for macro super macro photography. One Reef Stick for maintaining stability during shooting during swell. The entire package is $1,200 shipped to the lower 48 contiguous states. PM with pricing to Alaska / Hawaii and Canada. I will NOT ship internationally beyond Canada. Payment via Paypal only, add 3% if credit card payment through Paypal. Or no additional charge if paid as "friends and family" payment through Paypal. Please ask any questions and I will respond as fast and best as I can. Thank you, Eric
  8. Selling a Canon G12 Compact Camera for $199.00 OBO. This is the top of the line compact camera without going to 4/3 or to full size. Paid $649.00 Includes: Canon G12 Camera 3 Batteries (2 Canon, 1 Promaster) 2 Battery Chargers 2 Camera Straps Stereo Headphones for Video Canon RS60-E3 wired remote trigger 2 barrel attachment to add 58mm filters Promaster Circular Polarizer Filter 58mm This camera gives most of the features of a DSLR in a compact size. The G12 is extremely similar to its predecessor the G11 in terms of specification, but Canon has made some significant improvements. Here is a list of the key differences: • Slightly lighter (by 4g) • Higher resolution video mode (720p up from VGA) • ISO expansion up to 12,800 (at 2.5MP) • ISO control in 1/3EV steps • New front control dial (similar to that found on EOS DSLRs) • Greater choice of aspect ratios • Hybrid IS mode • HDR mode • Electronic spirit level • Tracking AF mode • 28-140mm (equivalent) • f/2.8-4.5 • MOV [H.264 + Linear PCM (stereo)]: 1280 x 720 @ 24 fps 640 x 480 @ 30fps 320 x 240 @ 30fps Miniature Effect (HD, L) 6fps, 3fps, 1.5 fps Audio Stereo Aspect Ratios • 16:9, 3:2, 4:3, 1:1, 4:5 LCD Screen - • 2.8"" Vari-angle TFT LCD monitor, 460,000 dots , Approx 100% coverage Viewfinder - Real-image zoom, optical viewfinder
  9. For Sale: A Canon DC34 Camera housing for a Canon G12 (although I see where others are stating it fits a Canon G11 also...???) in good condition. Includes two diffusers, as well as a FIX wide Air Lens (DC-28) with Backscatter cover and box. The housing is mounted on and includes a SEA&SEA platform with Ultralight adapters. There is also a bag of misc. velcro and flash receivers to configure whatever flash set up you want. I typically don't like selling anything on-line, especially an item that requires some degree of experience to operate properly to prevent it from leaking but this housing works perfect! I've been using it for several years without incident. I'm only asking $250 plus shipping for all. Feel free to contact me at charlie@visionquestranch for more information if needed or interested.
  10. Great for beginners or intermediates. Selling my cameras. All are very well taken cared of and the lenses are in very good shape. (1) Canon G12 with WP-DC34 housing and a red filter that fits the camera housing. (2) Sea and Sea DX8000 (camera and housing). This is a 5 mp camera. (3) Olympus FE-3010 camera with PT-046 housing for sale. This is a 12mp camera; great for beginners.
  11. Hello everyone and anyone, I am desperately in need of assistance. I have been shooting underwater for years, but not with strobes. I have a trip coming up very soon and I have purchased an old Ikelite Substrobe 100 and an A35. The A35 I realize is only optical, not a problem. I purchased a used cord for the Ikelite 100 to connect to my Canon G12's Ikelite housing and it won't fire through the hotshoe connection. I have gone through troubleshooting everything I can think of. I tested the cord, and it will fire the strobe. I have even put the hotshoe connection on my 5dmk3, and it will fire the strobe. It is just the G12 that isn't firing the strobe. I'm praying that someone has had this or a similar problem and knows what I'm doing wrong, or what needs to be done to fix it. Below are some other things I have tried. Cord works at both ends, and strobe can be triggered all the way into the case. Tested using a paper clip and touching the correct terminals. So, connections are good all the way from the flash to the inside of the housing. I read things that suggested that some older strobes can't do ttl. So, I wondered if that was the problem and they suggested placing electrical tape over the connective parts and seeing if that works. I couldn't get that to work. I may be taping off the wrong parts or that may not be the issue. My canon G12 hotshoe works fine. I can place a Canon 600 EX-RT on top of it and it fires fine. (The nice camera and flash are my work equipment, not mine. If I could afford all of that, I could probably afford new strobes rather than old used ones. ) If anyone has any advice at all, I greatly appreciate it. If I can't get this to work, then I may have to just rig up something to block the on camera flash and try to just use the A35. If the Substrobe 100 is not compatible for some reason, is there a way to remove the port from that and attach it where the optical port is on the A35? Thanks in advance!!! Aaron
  12. Fisheye Fix G12 with UWL-04 (dry dome), Archon rig and Canon G12 camera. Everything is in MINT condition as you can see in the attached photos. Only few almost invisible scratches on the wide angle dome and one on the basic dome port - NOT affecting the photos at all. Everything comes with original box and user manual. Attached underwater photos were made with this setup, all you need is to get a pair of strobes and you are ready to go! Asking € 850.00 PayPal preferred. Feel free to contact me for any further information
  13. Hi...a client of mine has a Canon G12 with and Ikelite Housing and dual D125 Strobes. The strobes seem to function normally at 1/8 and 1/4 power...but as soon as they are turned up to 1/2 or full power the shots come out almost black. This occurs whether on manual or automatic settings. I spent hours trying to trouble shoot this yesterday with no luck and am starting to think it might be the circuit in the hot shoe. The strobes and sync cord function perfectly when attached to his Sony compact camera. Any thoughts or ideas...something I am missing? Thanks for any help!
  14. For sale a fully loaded setup based on Canon G12, Ikelite Housing for G12, Dual Ikelite DS-51 Strobes and Ikelite Wide Angle Dome. BOM: Canon G12 x2 (Main and spare body) Ikelite housing (6146.12) Ikelite DS-51 Strobes x2 Ikelite Strobe arms x2 Ikelite Dual Sync TTL Cable Ikelite Wide angle dome (WD-4) All gear is in pristine condition! No Nicks/dents or scratches and all in original packaging. The G12 is a great option for those who want to shoot RAW w/o the cost/size and weight of a DSLR. The housing can be easily fitted with a wide angle dome and a 3.9”-67mm adapter for Macro shots (Both included) allowing for easy change from WA to Macro underwater. The DS51 are great strobes, reliable, lightweight and compact enough for easy access to Macro shots. Flexible, easy to use, light weight enough for your carry-on and cost effective. This is an optimal setup for the advanced enthusiasts. The whole setup can fit in a backpack along with a laptop. Priced at $1480 (Shipping not included) I have about $400 worth of spare parts (Sync cables, Tray handle, 67mm adapter, G12 Spare batteries) that will be included. Contact: fotonji@gmail.com Visit www.fotonji.com to see what this setup is capable of producing.
  15. I am selling my Canon G12 setup and Ikelite strobes as I have upgraded my rig and have switched to Inon strobes - the camera, housing and strobes are in excellent condition - if you have questions or would like additional pictures please let me know. I have tried to include item numbers where possible so that you can find more specific information on the items. I accept Paypal. Thanks for looking. Audrey G12 & Canon WP34 (sold as a set) All of these items are in excellent condition - G12 Camera ($499), Canon housing - fine scratches on the back ($299), an extra genuine Canon battery ($70), new o-ring (in package) ($25), Inon Cap W54 Holder unit ($67), and 2 67mm adaptor ($100) are included. Original retail for all these items is over $1000 - asking $500 plus buyer pays shipping and insurance. Ikelite DS161 strobe package (#3945.01 $1250) - this package includes the strobe (#4061 $950), smart charger (4066.1 $100), single Ikelite TTL cord (4103.51 $99.95) and Ikelite strobe ball and arm (4086.61 SA-100 $160)) asking $950 this strobe package is like new and has about only 40 dives on it - $300 or 24% discount) (www.ikelite.com)
  16. For Sale Near new Canon G12 + Patima underwater housing USD1300 (shipping included) Only used for 1 week (30 dives)! Include boxes, battery, charger, grip, accessories. Canon Powershot G12 Patima housing PLUS 2 extra batteries and chargers: Aputure Timer Camera Remote Control Shutter Cable Kapaxen ACK-DC50 AC Power Adapter Supply Kit Shipped from Taiwan Payment via bank transfer (no PayPal)
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