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  1. AF Micro Nikkor 60mm f2.8D $300. Like New - no damage at all on glass, body is clean. Price new $519. Will ship from Colorado. Email: MikeLloyd888@gmail.com thank you. Mike. 719-235-3001
  2. Noodilab Moby macro diopter (x3.8) Boxed in excellent condition, hardly used, just a few specs of dust and some minor signs of use, more photos on request, Neoprene bag has a few loose stiches. Only selling to fund other equipment. Happy to post internationally, once I've obtained a quote for shipping. Looking for £300
  3. Venus Optics came out with a new macro lens, the 100mm macro with a 2:1 magnification. I was wondering how difficult it is to use a lens like that? I read one (land-based) review where they said a tripod is needed. I read another report that showed examples of hand-held pictures. Now I'm confused. For those who don't know the lens here a quick introduction: Available for Sony, Nikon and Canon. 100mm focal length Manual Focus only Min. focusing distance: 24.7cm (for the 2x magnification) Price: 449 USD. Here is a link from the manufacturer: https://www.venuslens.net/product/laowa-100mm-f-2-8-2x-macro-apo/ Anybody around that uses this lens? Anybody aware of a housing / port that the lens fits in and has a gear sleeve for the manual focus? Does it even make sense to try or is 2:1 magnification too difficult to shoot handheld underwater? I'm debating if I should try that or go with the 100mm macro 1:1 from Canon. Looking forward to hear opinions and facts!
  4. Hi folks I’m looking for add super macro capabilities to my Nauticam 5d mkiv kit If you are willing to let go these parts: - NAUTICAM SUPER MACRO CONVERTOR 1 (SMC-1, 2.3X MAGNIFICATION) - NAUTICAM M67 FLIP DIOPTER HOLDER FOR M67 MACRO PORTS Let me know Best regards
  5. I recently upgraded to a 850 and my wife says I need to make some space! Nikon D810 (will include MB-D12, battery, battery charger, & book "Mastering the Nikon D810). Less than 8,000 shots on the shutter. $1150 AF Micro Nikkor 60mm f2.8 $300 Please reach out to me here. Will ship from Colorado. Email: MikeLloyd888@gmail.com Link to the photos of the gear are here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1uWrkVayJbRJzHHSDL41K7PKFey2onKhC?usp=sharing thank you. Mike. 719-235-3001
  6. Hello fam, Thought I'd share my rig with you and get some advise on how to make this beast neutrally bouyant. I have ran out of options on how to get it as close to neutral as possible. I only used Stix floats and these were the results: Note they were weighed in freshwater (bathtub setup). Rig for Macro: -Subal ND700 , D700 with Nikkor 105VR 2.8 -Subal FP-FC105VR macro port with custom Stix float -2x YS-D2 with neoprene jackets -2x 8 inch ULCS arms with 3x jumbo stix floats on each arm -2x 5 inch ULCS arms with 1x jumbo stix floats on each arm -2x sync cables -7x clamps -L&M Sola 800 for focus -Macromate (By Backscatter) for supermacro Weight underwater: -1.06 lbs I'd like to get this to at least close to neutral however with 1.06 lbs to go, I don't have space to put on floats anymore. Or do I just do DIY rought and zip tie floats onto the arms? Without the Macromate I got it down to -0.67 lbs tho. Would this be already neutral in saltwater? Any suggestions would be appteciated. Thanks! Daniel
  7. Does anyone have a Nikkor 60mm AF-S (ie the newer one) micro lens that they no longer use and would be happy to sell? I'm looking for one in tip-top condition for shipping to either Sint Maarten or to a forwarding address in Miami. So I guess a seller in the US/Canada would be best. Please PM me if you do. Many thanks!
  8. Purchased new spring 2020. Used over the summer about a month. I can't see any cosmetic blemishes other than on the lens cap Glass element appears clean, o-ring undamaged. $450 Insured shipping ConUS included, PP fees included Thanks for looking let me know if you have any questions!
  9. For sale in perfect condition a ReefNet SubSee flip adapter to fit a +5 or +10 SubSee optic with a Subal FP-FC105VR port. Comes complete with my very own styled lanyard in a pleasingly contrasting yellow. €125/$135 plus shipping to wherever you choose + PayPal fee if you wish to go down that route. Quick shipping, excellent packing, highly reliable seller. This could be yours by the New Year. PM for more info - although, frankly, what more can I say? It's a ReefNet adaptor for the Subal VFP-FC105VR
  10. The best macro 60mm lens on market for sale USD 399 Very good condition Autofocus works perfect, lens is dust and scratch free, body is scratch free and looks like new Spec on BH MFR #2177, full set - see photos, without original box Payment: PayPal (add +6% paypal fee in case "for goods") fee or Bank transfer or PayPal ("friends & family") International shipping from Philippines by DHL ($90) or Phil Post ($46) Local shipping by LBC ($9) will be packed very carefully in many layers of bubble wrap and shipped the next day after payment
  11. Life new Olympus 60mm lens plus port for Nauticam housing. Used on my GH5 on 4 dives total. Excellent condition. Pics on request due to file size restrictions. Buyer pays for shipping and 3% PayPal fee Lens was $600 and port $300, asking $450 and $200. Also have the Olympus 8mm lens plus extension ring I'll be posting shortly
  12. Tl;dr: a short read about the Flabellina affinis nudibranch. Here in Malta, we don't have much in terms of whales and mantas and sharks, so our cameras are often drawn to... smaller subjects. One that often catches the eye is the Flabellina affinis nudibranch, often found on Malta's wrecks. Not long ago a buddy saw one for the first time and peppered me with questions I couldn't answer---what do they eat? How long do they live? I see the F. affinis on almost every dive and it's one of my favourite subjects: tolerates overexposure (blue, not white); tends to hang from fronds, making for beautiful backdrops; etc. But I didn't know much about it. So I put aside my lens for some research time and put together a showcase of the Flabellina affinis to answer her questions. I thought folks here might be interested in the read---plenty of Mediterranean divers here I reckon! One of the questions it doesn't answer is why we have so few this year---I've seen only a handful in months! Could it be related to water temperature? Alkalinity? We don't know. Has anybody else in the Mediterranean noticed fewer F. affinis this year?
  13. This well maintained Sony NEX-6 Underwater and topside camera system is a great way of entering the mirrorless world. With top notch optics and the renowned Nauticam housing system, you’ll be ready to take your photography to the next level and have a system that is readily upgradeable for the future. System includes: Two Sony NEX-6 bodies with two 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 lenses. Both bodies and lenses are in excellent like new function /very good physical condition with only minor scratches on body. Lenses are clean with no scratches. Value: $950+ Sony 90mm Macro G OSS FE 2.8 in like new condition. One small scratch on barrel. Glass perfect. Model SEL90M28G Value: $109 Tiffan 62mm UV filter. Like new in case. Value $26 Sony 10-18mm Wide Angle in like new condition. Model SEL1018. Value: $898 B&W 62mm XS-Pro UV Nano Haze Filter Value: $33 Sony 55-210mm telephoto f4.5-6.3 in excellent condition. Model SEL55210 Value: $348 Nauticam NA-NEX-6 underwater housing. Very good condition. Some scratches from normal use. Fully functional. Never flooded. Value: $1650 Nauticam camera Tray. Value: $92 Nauticam Macro Port 45 36128 with focus/zoom knob for included 16-50mm lens. Used but good condition. Value $543 Nauticam zoom Gear 16-50 36172. Like new. Value: $238 Nauticam N85 7” Acrylic wide-angle dome Port 36129. Very good condition. Some scratches on glass but none effect image quality. Value: $621 Nauticam SE10-18-Z Zoom Gear 36173. Like New. Value: $190 Nauticam N85 to N120 60mm 36204 Port adapter. Like New. Value: $465 Note: 60mm N120 Port is not included in this sale Nauticam Addl Ball Mount 25224. Value: $41 Pelican 1550 case with foam. Value $173 Extras: Spare Nauticam o-rings, Nauticam hex wrench, Nauticam body caps, lens bags, camera straps, 4batteries and two charger for NEX-6. TOTAL VALUE: $6,377+ Only selling complete system - $3,450 or best offer Addl and Larger Photos of system are here: https://www.facebook.com/289883317705682/posts/4071010436259599/
  14. #1 Nikon AF-S Micro Nikkor 60mm F/2.8 G ED Macro AF Lens #2 Commlite ENF-E1 PRO Electronic Lens Adapter V06 for Nikon F Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera supporting AF EXIF Transmitting AF Function supports Sony A7RII A7RIII A7II A7III A6300 A6500 A9 #3 N120 Nauticam macro port 60 #18701 Price #1 + #2 + #3 = $ 850 (list price $1239) if separately - offer your prices All is mint condition with all caps/cables, without original box Payment: PayPal or Bank Transfer; Shipping EMS/DHL/FedEx from Philippines Buyer pays bank commissions and shipping costs This kit will allow owners of Nauticam housing for Sony A7/A9 models to shoot photo with the best 60mm macro lens (I also used it sometimes with my MWL-1) you must have a N100 to N120 Nauticam port adaptor #37303 or #37305 (not included this kit) SEL90 Sony 90mm macro lens focus gear almost compatible: you just need to grind off the protruding part of the Commlite adapter body (I checked it can be done) and wind 2-3 mm tape around the Nikon focusing ring. I can do this for you.ENF-E1 Pro description:Commlite CM-ENF-E1 PRO Electronic Lens Mount Adapter is one adapter converting your Nikon F-Mount Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera, and different with the traditional manual adapter, it’s versatile and completely electronic, which can achieve functions like: Exif Transmitting, AF, Aperture Control , VR stabilizer, etc. It makes both your lens and cameras more powerful and versatile after exchanging.Main Features:1.EXIF Parameter Transmitting;2.Support AF (for AF-I, AF-S lens with lens’ internal motor only)3.Support Aperture Control (Including the EMD and Pull-rod Aperture type Lens)4.Support VR Stabilizer Function;5.Compatible with teleconvertor lens even Aperture less than F8;6.Support all Nikon F lens in MF mode;7.Made of Aluminum Alloy, powerful and stable;8.Standard 1/4 tripod baseplate at the bottom;9.Support firmware upgradingSpecifications:Front side: Nikon F-Mount LensRear side:E-Mount CameraCamera-end External diameter: 60mmLens-end External diameter: 69mmTotal length: 82mmWeight: 250gCompatibility:1.Exif Transmitting, Aperture Control functions supports nearly all Sony E-Mount Cameras (Excluding Sony Camcorders)Notice:This function is only for EMD and Pull-rod Aperture lens (Such as: G Type, E Type, and Partial D Type Lens)2.AF Function (Current V06 Firmware) supports Sony A6300, A6500, A7M2, A7M3, A7R2, A7R3, A9 Camera only in ‘Phase Detection Focus’ mode.3.VR Function supports all VR lens(The lens comes with VR function) and Non-VR lens(The lens comes with no VR function but can reach VR through activating Camera’s VR )
  15. Macro motion blur of a seahorse holding on to some algae while getting pushed by the current. Nikon D90, 105mm, ISO 100, f/20, 1/10s. Ikelite housing and dual DS51 strobes. Check out my website! @nau_uwphotography on Instagram
  16. Looking for a bit of advice..... I've got the Subsee +10 lens and plan to use it with my Subal FP-FC port for the Nikkor 105mm. I've had it years but only tried it out once. Time to really give it a go! I've got the Subsee mount adaptor with a single "flip" arm. The adaptor is the factory-style Subsee with three small screws which tighten the adaptor frame onto the port. I can't help but feel less than confident about the security of the adaptor on the port. I've put small amounts of duct tape on the port just to protect the port from the screws; and I've have screwed the adaptor firmly onto the port. But the tolerances for something so heavy (the adaptor plus lens) seem less than ideal and I do wonder whether I'll come up from a dive with no Subsee. My paranoia is so great, that I've fitted a small lanyard on to the adaptor to fasten it on to the housing. So, what's the general experience out there, guys? Am I worrying about nothing? Or is there a trail of Subsees and adaptors scattered across the ocean floor?
  17. Black moray eel (Muraena augusti) lurking out of a cave in El Hierro. Nikon D90, 105mm, ISO 200, f/16, 1/200s Ikelite housing and snooted DS51 strobe @nau_photography on Instagram Check out my website!
  18. For Sale Canon Power Shot S95 with Recsea Housing Includes the following items: Extra Batteries Extra Charger Carrying Case Card Card Carrying Case S95 Manual S95 Cheat Sheet Flexible stand RecSea Housing Spare O-ring Macro Lens port 3 Fiber Optic cables Lubricant Recsea manual Port Cover $200 Items Not sold separately Shipping US only Paypal only
  19. I have a demo Saga Dive Fiber Optic Ringflash made to fit a Nauticam Port 87 for a Nikon 105mm VR Macro Lens using a Sea & Sea YS-D1 or D2 strobe. Excellent and easy to use to get perfect, even lighting on very small critters. Use with TTL and almost no adjustments are necessary while shooting. This accessory concentrates the light through fiber optics, adapts to the flash head to guide the light through the fiber to carry it in front of the macro lens, it is ideal for extreme macro photography. The working range is what the magnifying lens allows us, approximately between: 2.5 and 10cm. The fibers can be retracted allowing the lens to be unscrewed easily, and ro change the illumination angles. This system does not oblige us to use only this type of lighting, since it is very easy to remove the flash from the support where the fibers are housed and use the equipment in a conventional way. By providing a circular light, we can compose the image either horizontally or vertically and we will have the correct lighting in difficult places where with a conventional flash we could not illuminate (cracks, holes, etc.). This has been used very lightly on a couple of trips. I have a review and photos here. Note: This will only fit the above port and strobe configuration, but can be used on Nauticam D7000-series, D800-D850 etc. Any diopter can be used as the fiber optics are adjustable in length. Strobes can be mounted off to the side or on top of the housing. A second strobe (conventionally mounted) can be used at the same time. TTL is not affected and works very well. This only includes the fibe optic adapter as shown below, port, strobe, diopters, arms, etc. are NOT included. These sell for about $900 new. $595 price includes PP or CC charges and Priority Mail shipping in the US. International shipping is available at cost. Contact: Jack Connick Optical Ocean Sales Email: Jack@OpticalOceanSales .
  20. I am selling my Nauticam NA-A7RIII housing and accessories. It is practically brand new, I used it only a few times, MINT CONDITION and original packaging. It has a Nauticam Vacuum Valve installed and comes in a nice case. $3,000, retails for $3,240. I have a port adapter and several focus gears available as well that I am willing to sell individually or as a package deal. Each item is either brand new or used it only a few times, MINT CONDITION and has original packaging: Nauticam N100 to N120 35.5mm Port Adaptor II (for NA-A7IV) $475, retails $525 ** NEVER USED ** Nauticam C100IS-F Focus Gear for Canon EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM $189, retails $210 Nauticam SC15-F Focus Gear for Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye $198, retails $220 Nauticam C1635II-F Focus Gear for Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM (for use with 21270) $265, retails $295 Entire package $4,000. Individual priced items listed listed above. Please let me know if you have any questions. Buyer pays all fees and shipping
  21. I am selling my NEW Nauticam-36163 for 270€ - N85 Macro port 65 The port is made of saltwater-resistant aluminum, the port disc is made of mineral glass. The macro port 65 also has an M67mm thread at the front to attach further macro lenses to the port. Diving depth: 100m Port connection: N85 Scope of delivery: Nauticam Macro Port 65 Protective cap for the port disc
  22. FS, Boxed with Two end caps and pouch is this superb Noodilab ultra macro diopter, giving up to 3.8x magnification. Used infrequently, it's a bit to much of a lens for me, always washed in fresh water when ever used, hopefully someone can give it a good home. Cost new £480, looking for £300 + shipping
  23. Due to system upgrade I'm selling this brute!... You know the brand - built like a tank - vacuum system faultless - simplicity and quality over finnicky plastic controls! Heinrich Weinkamp TTL converter (never used) and 2 nikonos bulkheads. Ports and house shows marks of wear (from about 400 dives) but no visible scratches on acryllic (Macro port has only 20 dives since last polish - Wide angle about the same). Minor post-production modification to vacuum indicator - makes it MUCH easier to see diodes. No defects to electronics or hardware. Reach out for more detailed pictures. Complete package 950 EUR plus postage - Paypal accepted.
  24. selling my noodilab moby diopter only dived once, wasnt suitable for my compact camera selling with natucam bayonet mount included fully boxed and in great condition please ask any questions id like £400
  25. For sale: Canon EF-S lenses. Both lenses are used but in excellent shape both cosmetically and optically. 1. Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens. 2. Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Lens Feel free to make a reasonable offer for either lens. The 60mm macro lens is selling on Amazon and B&H for $349. It's great for shooting, obviously, macro. The Sigma lens is an older lens, but a good versatile one. I used it for photographing medium-wide-angle macro shots. It's a versatile lens where I was able to, for instance, frame a turtle or large anemone, then frame a clownfish guarding eggs in the macro mode. Here's some information on the Sigma lens: This is an excellent lens that focuses down to 8.7 inches, or 1:3. Here's what a review from the web says: The best mid-range zoom for Canon EF-S is Sigma 17-70. There have been three versions, original plane jane 17-70, then 17-70 HSM, and now the current 17-70 OS HSM. HSM is Sigma verbiage for fast motor focus, like Nikon AF-S, or Canon USM. The original was pretty slow to focus, so this is a welcome improvement. The HSM and stabilization features are nice, and worth while, but reproduction ratio has decreased with every revision. Originally it was 1:2, then 1:2 point something or other on the HSM, and 1:3 on the OS HSM model. Newer lenses have less macro capability -- one reason to get this lens instead of a newer one. I believe this review is for this model: https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sigma-17-70mm-f2-8-4-os-hsm Given the delays in shipping stuff internationally these days, I'd much prefer to ship these items within the US. I'll figure the cost of shipping via UPS, USPS, or Fedex and we can come to an agreement, hopefully.
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