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  1. Selling my Nauticam NA-D750, camera and accessories because I upgraded my setup. - Nauticam NA-D750 with UW Technics Converter (about 75 dives, never been flooded) - $2700 - The D750 camera body with MB-D16 Grip - $1200 - Has about 79,900 actuations - Comes with a few extra eye pieces - 2 Vivitar batteries - Original charger, cables, manuals, box - Slight damage to the hot shoe mount when the body was dropped in the mountains of New Zealand and it landed on the hot shoe mount. The only damage was that the mount got bent. I was able to straighten it and accessories slide in and out without issue. - Really Right Stuff BMBD16-L L-Plate for D750 with MB-D16 Grip - $140 - Tether Cable for the D750 - $20 Bundle price - $3900 Buyer to pay all shipping charges. Shipping to the US only. Payment methods accepted: money order, venmo, paypal if buyer pays fees Attached Images
  2. Selling my Nauticam NA-D750, camera and accessories because I upgraded my setup. - Nauticam NA-D750 with UW Technics Converter (about 75 dives, never been flooded) - $3000 - The D750 camera body with MB-D16 Grip - $1200 - Has about 79,900 actuations - Comes with a few extra eye pieces - 2 Vivitar batteries - Original charger, cables, manuals, box - Slight damage to the hot shoe mount when the body was dropped in the mountains of New Zealand and it landed on the hot shoe mount. The only damage was that the mount got bent. I was able to straighten it and accessories slide in and out without issue. - Really Right Stuff BMBD16-L L-Plate for D750 with MB-D16 Grip - $140 - Tether Cable for the D750 - $20 Bundle price - $4200 Buyer to pay all shipping charges. Shipping to the US only. Payment methods accepted: money order, venmo, paypal if buyer pays fees
  3. AquaTech Underwater Sport Housing for Nikon D700 Condition: Very good. Minor signs of usage. Seals tightly. All buttons function properly. The camera fits in the housing like a glove. This allows the housing to look, feel, and operate like your camera, using tactile controls instead of levers and gears. The epoxy construction makes the housing lightweight and durable. So the ND-7 is perfect for working in and around the water, up to a depth of 33' (10 m). The size and weight provide superb handling on the surface. This allows you to shoot surf and sailing photos while being right in the water. Camera installation is quick and simple. The dependable controls are conveniently placed at your fingertips. Compatible with an assortment of interchangeable lens ports allowing use of different lenses including long telephoto zooms. This feature makes the housing suitable for surface work, as opposed to housings designed for diving that only allow use of wide-angle and macro lenses. https://www.ebay.de/itm/192354016608
  4. Hi, I'm based in Sydney - Australia and I just purchased a Nikon D750. If anyone is looking to sell a housing please let me know. Duncan
  5. Need help please! I am about to start with underwater photography, looking to buy the Nauticam housing for the D750 and learning all that I can before I buy anything and get into the water with it. Given the big investment, I am aiming to soften the blow by using my existing Nikkor 20mm 2.8D to start with and eventually upgrade to a Sigma 15mm (I am also leaving macro port on hold for a bit). I know the Sigma 15mm will work with an 8.5" dome, but since the Nikkor 20mm isn't one of the officially supported lenses by Nauticam housings, I haven't found any information of the 20mm working with this same port. I wanted to hear from people that have tested it out and to hear what they thought about it, if the images coming out are decent enough and know if a diopter is needed (if so, which one). Any help and feedback will be greatly appreciated. So far dealers are sharing their "gut feelings" and it isn't overly convincing. Thanks!!
  6. Hi guys, Just got into wide angle photography and my setup is as follow D750 Nauticam Housing 8 inch dome 10-17 Tokina Lens Did a few test shot at my Condo's pool and found out that when i zoom to fish eye, i get this squarish effect from the lens hood. instead of this circular photo i took from my fren's fb Jerome Kim. Any experts here have any advice or solution to this? Appreciate any suggestions at all
  7. I'm asking for $1800 plus shipping or best offer. With this purchase, you'll get the following "like new" Aquatech Imaging Solutions water housing kit for a Nikon D750 DSLR for use in shallow water/surf photography: 1 Elite D750 aquatech imaging solutions housing w/full control back plate with o-rings ($1895 value) 1 pistol grip with shutter release trigger and associated accessory cables and hardware ($400 value) 1 P-90 flat port ($195 value) 1 flat port neoprene cover ($14.95 value) 1 aquatech pistol grip leash ($24.95 value) 1 DIY foam carrying case made from a recycled plastic hard case (unknown value) 1 tube of o-ring grease provided by Aquatech Imaging Solutions The Aquatech Imaging Solutions water housing has full back plate controls. It has only been used for ~4 swims, so it is still basically brand new and shows little to no signs of use. The o-rings have been kept clean and lightly greased. No sense in just letting this bad boy sit in the closet. Buyer pays shipping. No PayPal. I will only accept credit card/debit card and it will be charged through my credit card processing company I use for my photography business (Stripe).
  8. I'll be spending my winter working on the Palmyra Atoll in the South Pacific and am picking out the gear I need. I shoot with a Nikon D750. 1) Housing: I don't have an unlimited budget so I'll likely be getting the Ikelite housing for the D750. 2) Lens Port: I'll be shooting primarily with the Nikon 20mm f/1.8, maybe also with the 35-80mm. Should I get the 6" or 8" dome? Anybody have experience comparing these? 3) Strobes: I'll be snorkeling, so I'm thinking I'm not going to get strobes. I may get an Ikelite Gamma II dive light with attachment for the housing. Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Thanks for any advice you can give.
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