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Nauticam NA-A7II Housing (for Sony A7RII, A7II, A7SII) w/ vacuum valve (RECENTLY FULLY SERVICED) - $1,500 Nauticam N100 Macro Port 105 for Sony FE 90mmf2.8 - $250 Nauticam SE90-F Focus Gear: Sony FE 90mmf2.8 - $110 Nauticam N100 to N120 Port Adapter - $280 Nauticam N100 Flat Port 32 for Sony FE 28mm F/2 lens w/ 67mm threads - $200 - Nauticam M67 to bayonet mount converter and locking tool (FREE w/ port) Nauticam Underwater Optical Mini Flash Trigger for Sony Full Frame Cameras - $130 Sigma MC-11 mount converter/lens adapter (Canon EF-Mount Lenses to Sony E) - $120 Sola 3800 LE Underwater Video Light - $350 Onderwaterhuis Pro Dome Diffuser for Sea & Sea YS-D1, YS-D2, and YS-D2J Strobes (X2) - $100 for both, $55 individually StiX Buoancy Floats for Ultralight Strobe Arms - FREE if you buy any of this stuff A7RII and lenses in photo not for sale! Everything is in perfect working order. I can provide the receipt to show you the annual servicing on the housing from Backscatter. If you want more pictures, please don't hesitate to ask. Only selling because upgraded to a newer camera.
Selling NA-D800 housing in immaculate condition. never leaked or flood before. comes with moisture alarm, spare O rings asking for AUD $3000 nett ( USD 2335 ) might have a Nikon D800E to bundle with this sale if you are interested
Get rid of those annoyingly bulky sync cords and enjoy the speed and reliability of fiber optic cables to control your strobes. This unit has received minimal use and comes with batteries installed. Brand new this will cost $220. I will sell this for $150. Please call me at 406-360-3141
Hi all, I wonder if I'm a complete idiot and there's something obvious that I'm missing, but my LED flash trigger won't trigger my TS-D1 and YS-D2. I have the Aquatica AD500 with the optical ports for the flash trigger. The trigger fires my strobes just fine when the camera's out of the housing but not when it's in the housing. It looks to me that this is because the LEDs on the trigger are a long way off lining up with the optical ports on the housing when the camera is installed - so that there's little or no light from the trigger LEDs actually traveling along the optical cables. The flash trigger part number is 18956, which seems to be for the Sony a7 II, a7R II & a7S II (doesn't mention Nikon D500). Could I have the wrong flash trigger? Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks, Geoff