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Housing includes: BluefinHD for Sony Z1/FX1 ultra wide (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel) angle port 110° angle ( only 30 made very rare!! ) Standard wide angle port Macro/ Flat port Flip down +4 diopter Flip down red filter Spare o-rings 1 spare handle for parts upgraded light fixings Camera includes: Sony HVR Z1U camera Operation 119x10H, Drum run 78x10H, Tape run 45x10H, Threading 99x10 1 x Charger 1 x Wide-angle lens Price: $2200 usd or Open to very good offers + Shipping from Mexico Can split if required
For Sale: Complete Underwater HDV 1080i/24p Video System http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=181452313388 This is a complete professional, broadcast quality underwater videography system consisting of a Gates Underwater Housing, Sony HVR-V1U, and Green Force HID Squid lighting. A perfect match of beauty, precision, clarity, and quality is achieved by pairing the breathtaking beauty of HD picture quality of the Sony HVR-V1U and the Fathom superwide port. This system includes the professional, commercial Gates Underwater Housing and the Green Force HID Squid video lights for the best underwater footage in its class. To see sample videos, taken by an amateur underwater videographer, using this system go to http://vimeo.com/StellaLunaProd. This sytem is comprised of the HVR-V1U, high-end digital cinema gear, developed by Sony in collaboration with prominent movie and drama creators for digital cinema productions (http://pro.sony.com/bbsccms/ext/hdv/hvrv1u/HVR-V1U/overview.html). The “3 ClearVid CMOS Sensor” offers high-resolution images with rich and natural colors, especially underwater (see http://vimeo.com/StellaLunaProd for video taken almost exclusively in dark, green waters). Coupled with advanced technology such as the Sony Enhanced Imaging Processor™ and a high-quality Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar® T* lens, the full power of this imaging system is realized. To read review by industry professionals check out http://www.creativeplanetnetwork.com/news/news-articles/shoot-review-sony-hvr-v1u/387998 The image quality is visually enhanced with the Fathom SPW44 port. Fathom Imaging offers wide angle, high-resolution, low-distortion adapters to professional videographers and photographers. Fathom adapters are designed for those who aspire to create underwater video with the highest level of image quality (http://fathomimaging.com/). The Green Force Squid HID 250 is the most powerful HID video lighting system in the Green Force range and is used by professional videographers worldwide. Each light has a 110 degree beam spread and a corrected color temp for daylight. Important features of the Gates FX7-V1 housing and the Sony HVR-V1U: Control of Shutter/Gain White Balance ability to select preset two white balance setting, or set white balance at depth Exposure (manual/auto) Exposure Dial ND Filter Push Focus (AF onetime) Expanded Focus/AF Auto/Manual Manual focus dial/knob Picture Profile/Status Assign button Filming is made easy though the EM43 external monitor is a housed 16:9 LCD monitor with wet connectors. This monitor provides high quality viewing in an easy to see size and adjustable positioning. — in San Diego, CA.
This Amphibico Phenom electronic housing is designed for the Sony Z1U & FX1 HDV camcorders. It has a plexiglass dome port that is in good shape. The HID lights are adjustable between 35 & 50 watts and the battery pack comes with two functional lithium Ion batteries. I don't know if Amphibico is still supporting this kit anymore with o-rings and screws, etc. The removeable diffuser on one of the lights is cracked, but it doesn't effect the light. The housing has some paint chipping on the belly and on the sides. I used this kit for a couple of wildlife documentaries, but it has been a couple of years since it has been in the water. Both the housing and the lights come with Pelican cases. I am asking $950 for the whole kit or best offer. Shipping costs are separate. Feel free to contact me if you'd like to ask questions or would like to take a tour of it via Skype. It is located in Portland, Oregon, and I'd prefer to ship within the United States. Thanks! Rob