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Found 18 results

  1. Hey Wetpixelers I'm selling my trusty Nikon-mount Kenko 1.4 TC Teleplus 300 DG. It works perfectly, no blemishes (no box either!), dinks or scrapes. It works on all my other Nikon lenses but wouldn't work on the Nikon 8-15 so I've had to upgrade to the DGX version. It works brilliantly with the Tokina 10-17 for CFWA images - which was the prime reason for using it. Price £90 or €95 to include shipping in the EU. Happy to ship anywhere else with small additional postage costs. It's been a great servant and deserves a happy home..... Thanks!
  2. Looking for an IKELITE Fiber Optic Converter for DS Strobes. Ideally, 3rd gen (Product # 4401.3). Thanks!
  3. Hi I'm going to buy a used Sea & Sea mdx-d500 housing. I have two Inon 330 strobes that I like to continue using. I can't seem to find wether or not the Optical YS Converter/N1 from Sea & Sea will work fine with my Inon 330 in TTL mode. Does anyone know if there are any issues with this combo or do they work 100% and fast? Then I saw the i-TURTLE SMART TTL converter from art-electronics that seems to work with the MDX housing and Inon 330. Anyone using this TTL converter that like to share their opinion? Are you happy with or would you go for the Sea & Sea converter? Happy to hear your thoughts and opinions.
  4. I have two TTL converters for the Nauticam D850 and they are horrible. 90 percent are way under exposed. I am shooting all manual now on my macro work. They are essentially costly, useless electronics. In the most basic, close up, nudibranch simple shots one can do, the TTL fails miserably, significantly under exposes. Someone has to call out Nauticam for this. In my opinion they are selling an inferior product. When you compare the converter to my old system, a Nauticam D7100 system with fiber optic, nearly 90 percent accurate exposure. Granted the D7100 is using the cameras TTL system, but you would think that the engineers at Nauticam, who I consider very good at what they do, would have done more field testing before launching the board. Where I bought my housing, they could not get the first circuit board to function with TTL. They had to order another one, which worked topside. But until you actually put this in the field, underwater, will you recognize its inferiority for such a high end system. Really disappointed. Here is one image where TTL would not properly light the subject. Simple, easy. Ended up using manual. Strobes pointed close within 8-12 inches and directly at the subject. Could not have had easier situations for the TTL to function properly. Will post some additional examples in a bit after my dive of images that the ttl would not work...well not in any case has the ttl actually worked. Joe
  5. I can't use the current version of Adobe dng converter for Mac because it's not compatible with my "mature" operating system. However I think that one released last year (v. 10.3) is likely compatible with my OS, and will support my camera. But I can't find anyplace on Adobe's site or elsewhere to download any version other than the latest one. Anybody know where older versions might be found?
  6. Hi All, I'm working to understand how my a6000 works in detail with the aim of (possibly) making my own LED TTL converter. At the moment I use the a6000 with its internal flash to trigger a set of YS-D2 strobes using my optical cables. I either use the strobes in manual or TTL mode. The TTL is reasonable, but not always perfect. I wanted to understand how the a6000 TTL system works, so I connected a little oscilloscope to my hotshoe x-sync pin and used the other channel of the oscilloscope with a photodiode to monitor the flash. See attached 2 screen grabs for two flash types - Fill Flash, Rear Sync. I also did a rear sync, but it's result was remarkably similar. I wasn't able, in any case, either Manual, Aperture priority or full automatic, to witness any pre-flash whatsoever from the camera's internal flash. Does the a6000 meter TTL during the exposure? Am I missing something here. Welcome any insights, comments or suggestions to be able to run another oscilloscope test. Cheers!
  7. Fiber optic port NOT included I am selling two Ikelite Remote Optical Slave Converters (from 2014). They are used but fully working, there is no fiber optic port that normally screws on the front included. I have more than I need so am selling. Connector protection included. Can sell singularly or as bulk - £50.00 each ONO. Information from Ikelite: "Trigger your Ikelite DS-series strobe off any camera or strobe flash. The Optical Slave Converter simply attaches to the strobe's electrical bulkhead in place of a sync cord connector. The enlarged slave window provides approximately 90 degrees field of view for remote triggering. Recommended if wireless slave triggering is your primary application. The Optical Slave Converter can be extended using the optional 3-foot Extension Cord for creative backlighting in wrecks, caves, and pool studio set-ups. It can also be used above water for studio photography work. The Optical Slave Converter supports manual exposure modes as set on the attached DS strobe. TTL exposure mode is not supported. An individual Optical Slave Converter is needed for each strobe. Use of multiple strobes requires one Optical Slave Converter per strobe. The Optical Slave Converter supports DS50, DS51, DS125, DS160 and DS161 strobes."
  8. I do a lot of in-stream photography and I would like to use a compact 6" dome on my Ikelite housing rather than the giant 8" dome. This is for an A7RII and primarily a 28mm F/2 with fisheye converter. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this setup or if someone knows if it's possible or not. Ikelite's port chart makes no reference to the 6-inch dome other than that the 15mm Sigma causes vignetting. I tried to contact Ikelite with no success. I also got in touch with Backscatter.com but they didn't seem to have any idea either. Thanks. Thought I'd check in with folks here before I fork money over to try it out.
  9. Hello, I would like to buy a Nauticam CMC-1 Compact Macro Converter / Diopter If possible together with a M77 flip adapter holder. Price: negotiable Shipping to Germany Thank you very much.
  10. Hi Folks, Selling my Sea & Sea Dx D200 housing, with Nikon D200 body with 14K shutter count, Sigma 10-20mm lens. I'd like to preferbaly sell as a set. - Sea & Sea DX D200 housing w/ body cap + base ball attachement + lanyard - Sea & Sea Std NX macro port with front cover - Sea & Sea 20mm ext ring - FIT Zoom ring for Sigma 10-20mm - 2x Sea & Sea Synch cables - Sea & Sea YS Converter III - Nikon D200 body + 2 Batteries + charger - Sigma 10-20mm lens In the pics I have removed the body o-ring for storage and have those as well. Asking 1,500 USD. If price is met I will include I used Sea & Sea YS-120 strobe free. I also have an Athena 170mm glass dome port that completes this set, but is NOT included for sale (great dome and will currently keep for future use). however If you purchase the entire set, open to sell and happy to disucss. Shipping from Singapore. Open for WW shipping at your cost. Thanks for looking! For quick response, please contact me on email: fchotika3@yahoo.com
  11. For sale - Sea and Sea TTL YS Converter C for Canon - Model # 50118 $350. Price Firm. ($650. New) Barely Used - Like New. Don't use it. Would like to pass it on to someone who can use it. Prefer local pick up (Orange County - CA) but will ship within CONUS for cost of shipping. No Intl. shipping - sorry. If you pay by PayPal or Square you'll have to pay the 3%. Thanks for viewing the add. Cary
  12. Has anyone used the Subawider III corrector as an adapted wet lens on film/FF cameras? Apparently its sibling, the Subawider II provides great results on the AW-1.
  13. I am planning to add a secondary camera - a modded gopro with a 100°FOV (narrower than stock) lens - to my gear. To avoid the flat port issues, I am seeking a wide converter - first to provide nice corner IQ then to restore FOV. Which wide converter shall I try? Inon has a gopro-specific unit (UFL-G140) but that is only available with SD-bayonet which seems to be impossible to mount on my 3rd party aluminium housing. Besides, the UFL-G140 is obviously designed for the stock lens, I don't know what it would do with a narrower one.
  14. Hi all, Recently I bought a Sea and Sea YS /N TTL converter. (By the way, thanks again, Reubencahn, for it.) Though it's used it is in excellent shape. I tried it with my 2 Sea and Sea YS 90 Auto Duo and Nikon D70 and worked flawlessly. Then I tried the same set with my Nikon D7100 and TTL doesn't work. At first I thought it was some circuit inside Nauticam bulkhead... So I tested D7100 in the same exact wiring set up that I use the D70: with the D70 housing opened, connected its hotshoe to D7100 - no TTL! I also have a Subtronic Nova that I use with both cameras and TTL works well, so I'm out of solutions. Does anybody has experience with D7100 and Sea & Sea TTL? Any help would be appreciated. Cheers Alex
  15. INON UCL 167 M67 macro lens For sale is the above macro lens. It has signs of moderate wear on the sides but the glass surfaces are perfect. Comes with a free neoprene pouch (as pictured). £140 (including pouch) INON M67-LD mount converter This mount converter allows the M67 fit INON lenses such as the one above to be attached to LD-fit mount bases. This one has only been used on a single dive trip and is in perfect condition. It comes with the original box and instructions as new. Pictured below. As with all my INON gear, selling as I want to upgrade to a DSLR housing. £25 I am based in North London, but travel to Bristol periodically, so might be able to meet a buyer in that area if need be. Please contact me if you have any further questions. I also have INON UWL H100 28LD wide angle lens, INON 28LD mount base for Canon WP DC38, and INON AD mount base for WP DC 22/23/24. I have listed these items on here separately so please take a look.
  16. This unit is almost new, Used only a handful of times. Needs New Battery. TTL Converter III for Nikon This converter is equipped with a built-in TTL PCB that connects a Nikon digital SLR with SEA&SEA YS-Series strobes and uses the camera’s TTL flash adjustment to control the amount of light put out by the strobe. The converter allows quick switching underwater between TTL mode and manual mode from outside the camera. You can use the TTL correction dial after checking the results of a shot in the LCD monitor to adjust the amount of strobe light for the next shot. Because the converter comes with two separate strobe connectors, you can use advanced automatic TTL flash adjustment with two strobes. Specifications: Construction: Main body: Polycarbonate, Mounting plate: Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy. Controls: TTL mode / manual switch / TTL light adjustment dial (from +1 to -1 in 1/3 increments) Battery: CR2 lithium battery (included) Strobe-side connector: 5-pin Sync Cord/N, Camera-side connector: Type-N sync cord (5-pin connector) Depth rating: 60m / 200ft Dimensions (WxHxD): 68x90x75mm / 2.8x3.6x3inch Weight: Approx. 320g / 11.2oz (including CR2 battery) Compatible housings: DX-S5Pro, DX-D200, DX-D80, DX-D70/70s (with customized connector), DX-D50 (with customized connector) Light adjustment recognition: Nikon method (TTL flash adjustment)
  17. This unit is almost new, Used only a handful of times. Needs New Battery but comes with adaptor bracket. asking price $500 ono TTL Converter III for Nikon This converter is equipped with a built-in TTL PCB that connects a Nikon digital SLR with SEA&SEA YS-Series strobes and uses the camera’s TTL flash adjustment to control the amount of light put out by the strobe. The converter allows quick switching underwater between TTL mode and manual mode from outside the camera. You can use the TTL correction dial after checking the results of a shot in the LCD monitor to adjust the amount of strobe light for the next shot. Because the converter comes with two separate strobe connectors, you can use advanced automatic TTL flash adjustment with two strobes. Specifications: Construction: Main body: Polycarbonate, Mounting plate: Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy. Controls: TTL mode / manual switch / TTL light adjustment dial (from +1 to -1 in 1/3 increments) Battery: CR2 lithium battery (included) Strobe-side connector: 5-pin Sync Cord/N, Camera-side connector: Type-N sync cord (5-pin connector) Depth rating: 60m / 200ft Dimensions (WxHxD): 68x90x75mm / 2.8x3.6x3inch Weight: Approx. 320g / 11.2oz (including CR2 battery) Compatible housings: DX-S5Pro, DX-D200, DX-D80, DX-D70/70s (with customized connector), DX-D50 (with customized connector) Light adjustment recognition: Nikon method (TTL flash adjustment) Please contact us on videographersjobs@yahoo.com.au
  18. Sea & Sea Nikon TTL converter (2nd generation) for housing. Great condition. Asking $200. Call (949-235-3483) or email (buddr@mac.com). Budd
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