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  1. Sells new for $3300 at Backscatter. Has only been in the water 12 times, on one dive trip. Please make reasonable offer. Also have many accessories available... 8.5 inch Dome Port Flash Trigger Vacuum System with Pump Nikon D7100 Camera (2) Sea & Sea YS-D1 Strobes Duel Fiber Optic Cable-Sea & Sea to Nikon Tokina 10-17 Fisheye Lens Sigma 17-70 Wide Angel Lens And more... Please inquire - rleveen@yahoo.com
  2. I’ve recently acquired the Meikon 40m housing for the Sony a6000. I’m pleased to find that the Sigma 19mm and 30mm f/2.8 lenses fit this housing; yes, but what I really want to shoot with is a fisheye lens. It does not, however, appear as though there is a fisheye lenses for this setup. Every fisheye lens that I’ve found online for the Sony e-mount is too large to fit the Meikon housing. (If anyone knows of one that I’ve missed, please please pretty please tell me of it! :-) I do happen to have the Sony 16mm pancake lens, with the fisheye adapter. This won’t fit the Meikon housing, of course, due to the built-in petal lens hood on the adapter -- so I cut it off, enabling the lens to fit. Alas, but the lens-with-adapter suffers from vignetting in the Meikon housing! I can’t understand it, the lens is right up against the glass of the port; how can there be vignetting? Does anyone have the answer to this? Or, a suggestion for a possible solution? Or, knowledge of a fisheye lens for the Meikon a6000?
  3. FS: Fisheye Fix UWL 28M52R Wet Mount Lens I have one Fisheye Fix UWL28M52R wet mountable lens for sale. Demo unit, has been lightly used on a trip or two and some shop dives. Comes 52mm, but an adapter is available to convert to 67mm. Full price offer will include this adapter, normally $13. Works great on compact cameras and many housings including Nauticam, Fantasea (RX100III & IV), Olympus and others. Very good FOV. Has one very tiny pinpoint nick that doesn't show when underwater. Otherwise in excellent shape. In box, with cover, manual, etc. Normally $400. Now $225, includes cc/PayPal and free ground shipping in cont. US. Email: Jack@opticaloceansales.com 800-359-1295
  4. Hey all, I'm selling my old compact camera set up as I have upgraded into the M4/3 world. Great for someone starting out or someone that just wants a great little compact system on the cheap! Included: - Canon S90 compact camera. (can't for the life of me remember how much these were). - Fisheye FIX90 Aluminium housing (hardy beast, about £600 new when it was available). - Inon UFL 165-AD fisheye lens. (£400 brand new) - Bayonet-style adaptor to attach fisheye to housing (forgotten exact the model, perhaps 28AD?) (shockingly this tiny thing is hard to come by and sells at a ludicrous £150+ brand new, last time I checked). - Paperwork, charger, 3 batterries (x1 Canon original, x2 3rd party). This set up has been fantastic for me starting out in the world of underwater photography. All of it is in great, working condition. Never flooded. Last used in April this year with whale sharks in Tanzania. See gear & sample photos below Note with the fisheye lens: 1) Lens in great working condition. Little more than light cosmetic scuffs on the outside. No scratches on the lens that effect image quality. 2) The tiny screw in the bayonet mount was lost during a trip to Indonesia. Consequently, whilst the mount still works a treat, it does rotate when you attach and remove the lens. The mount won't come off and it will not rotate during a dive unless you twist and turn it yourself - the problem is easily solved by attaching the lens before the dive, lining it up properly using the LCD screen, and off you go. Perhaps you can source a little replacement screw to rectify this, however it was never much of an issue for me. Anyone that has done some research on using this lens with this housing will know it is fantastic for wide-angle (it has been used by me primarily for photographing mantas and whale sharks). Below are some reviews of the housing and the fisheye set up: Housing Review with Lens discussion More on Fisheye Lens & Set up I am UK based. Would be willing to sell the lens separately to the housing+camera if people wish. Otherwise looking for £550 for whole set-up + shipping/postage. Thanks!
  5. Nikon DX AF Fisheye-Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8G ED for sale. The lens is in very good condition and has had minimal use. Has lived in my Dry Cabinet for the last few years with only occasional use, always in housing. Perfect working order with no damage, scratches, etc, Glass is clean. Selling for £375 ono including shipping to UK. Overseas buyers welcome, but shipping at buyers expense. PayPal payment preferred, but possibly accept other methods, however the lens will not be posted until the funds have cleared. If you have any questions please feel free to email on alex@dive4photos.com.
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