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  1. I purchased this camera last fall from Backscatter. I am looking to upgrade to a camera with 4K Video @ 60FPS. This camera is exceptional however I am getting more into video than photography. Camera housing and camera are a perfect 10. Has been used on two trips for a total of 10 dives. I paid $7,200 for both. Looking for a quick sale. Make me an offer. Also comes with the $400 vacuum system.
  2. This is a like new Nauticam Canon Underwater camera rig. I have taken meticulous care if it. The rig is only a little over a year old and has only been on 3 dive trips. The unit has never been flooded. It is in perfect like new shape. Some divers take good care of their equipment and some put it away salty and wet. I soak all my equipment after each dive and dive trip and then clean and re lube all orings etc before storage for the next trip. Everything is in perfect working order. No sticky salty buttons. All work perfectly. With the additional view finder you can see the whole camera viewfinder even with a mask on underwater. I am keeping the macro 100 lens for my land photography so you will need a Canon 65 or 100 macro lens if you want to do underwater macro with the macro port. I have made a video for Youtube since there are so many items listed. Here is the setup nauticam 17301 NA 7D housing $3200 nauticam 18703 macro port #94 $4602 fiber optic cables nauticam to inon $100 eachspare orings and lube $30 nauticam view finder $1150 canon 7d with battery- housing only $1499tokina 10-17 wide angle lense $6692 inon 240Z strobes 799 each8 ball arm clips 34.95 each4- 8 inch ultra light strobe arms 47.95 each2-8 inch neutral bouyance arms 67.95 each2- 12 inch neutral buoyance arms 69.95 each2- 16 inch neutral buoyance arms $56.95 each2-12 inch neutral bouyabce arms $55.95 each8.5 inch nauticam dome port $650 total I paid 10,333.10 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkWniEIlhd8&feature=youtu.be If you have any questions after watching the video feel free to email me. I may consider selling pieces separately only after not being able to sell it as a complete rig. All prices listed are what I paid for the parts at Reef Photo. You can got to www.reefphoto.com and verify retail prices if you like. total retail $10,333.10 I will sell the whole rig for 30% off. That is 10% per dive trip. Selling price $7233.17 payable through paypal.
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