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  1. I have a Hugyfot FLP 90mm flat port for sale. It's the acrylic version, but has only been used once. I don't do macro photography now so I just don't need it. It costs £208 new and I am asking £100 (will post abroad, but postage is paid for by purchaser). It comes with no scratches, neoprene port cover and silicone back cover.
  2. As new, for Sony e-mount, bought it new 1 year ago. Available to ship it from Australia. Price 280 AUD, including worldwide shipping.
  3. Have a look - Multiple items - Accept Paypal only and Buyer Pays the shipping cost on all items. Open to offers/trades. I have sold multiple items on Wetpixel. Please don't hesitate to ask me any questions. I want to ensure you are getting the right equipment for your next underwater adventure. ------------------------------------------- Complete GoPro Hero 3 Kit Asking $150USD + buyer pays to ship from Vancouver Canada Extra Battery, Battery Pack, LCD Screen, Backscatter Flip & Housing Head Strap, Remote, Various mounting Hardware, Cables, and additional housings. Please see photo this has everything you will need - I shoot video now so no need to mount this on top of a photo camera anymore. ------------------------------------------- Two (2X) Nauticam 70x300mm Carbon Fiber Aluminum Double 1-inch Ball Float Arm Asking $150USD + buyer pays to ship from Vancouver Canada https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-70x300mm-Carbon-Fiber-Float-Arm Buoyancy: 670g/23oz Length: 300mm/11.8-inch Diameter:70mm/2.75-inch Depth Rating: 100m/330ft Warranty: Lifetime ------------------------------------------- Aquatica Macro Port & Macromate Multiplier Buy the set for $250 - individually @ $150 | Macromate Flip Lens for Aquatica Flat Port ($599 new) - Couple small signs of wear on Plastic but glass is flawless $95| Aquatica Flat Port for Macro - ($495 new) - Some signs of wear but it great condition -Comes with extra o-ring. $50 | Aquatica Port Extension 28.5mm - 1.12" ($295 new) Some signs of wear but it great condition $15 | Macro Port Float Collar + 4 small floats for ultralight arms. ($50 new) ** Note you will need a focus gear for your lens -Backscatter says Flip lens will work on either Canon or Nikon general use macro port. Not on a port that narrows down to the 58mm for attachments ------------------------------------------- Nauticam Viewfinder Mounting Ring for Aquatica Housing Asking $25USD + buyer pays to ship from Vancouver Canada https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-Viewfinder-Mounting-Ring-for-Aquatica-Hou You can use Nauticam 90 degree and 45-degree viewfinder on an Aquatica Housing ------------------------------------------- Suunto Stinger Dive Watch Asking $100USD+ buyer pays to ship from Vancouver Canada https://ns.suunto.com/Manuals/Stinger/Userguides/Suunto_Stinger_userguide_EN.pdf?_ga=2.11845107.61759134.1538702204-1019287540.1527497641 Stainless steel, with extender strap for a drysuit. New battery professionally installed 3 months ago with new O-ring so battery. Generally, the battery lasts 2 - 2.5 years. ------------------------------------------- Ikelite Action Tray II Extension with Light Arm for ULTRAcompact Housings $15 + buyer pays to ship from Vancouver Canada https://www.backscatter.com/Ikelite-Action-Tray-II-Extension-with-Light-Arm-for-ULTRAcompact-Housings You will need to use your own stainless steel bolt to attach to the housing.
  4. For sale- all items are: “As-In/Used” condition. I purchased this camera and housing used on these classifieds about three years ago and it has been a great starter DSLR for me to learn shooting in manual on. I have just upgraded to a larger/newer system and need to make some space by selling this. I have added on some additional lenses from when I purchased it, to suit my needs. I also have the telephoto zoom lens that was great for topside photography that I will include for an additional $125 if interested. The original owner added a moisture detection system for the housing that works well. The moisture detection system is at the bottom of the housing and will have a red light flash at the top of the housing if there is any leak. I did have to send the Ikelite housing off for repair one time, as there was a small leak where the ports were attached. It was a simple and inexpensive fix. Ikelite service is awesome. I never had another issue after that time and have dove with this system many times. I have the original boxes for the camera and for the lenses. I have some extra O-rings for the ports and the main housing that I’ll include as well. I have the manual for the housing, but not the original packaging. For now, I am selling it all as one package, not individual pieces. Shipping within the US only. I will pay shipping and will accept only Paypal as payment for the package. Photos are in the listing to show the camera, the lenses, the two ports, the dual arm tray, and the housing. Components: Canon Eos Rebel 100D/SLR DSLR Camera body ($259 used), battery charger and 3 working batteries. Ikelite Housing ($1,199 new) Dual Quick Release Arm Tray ($130 new) Ikelite Flat Port ($250 new) Ikelite Dome Port ($350 new) Canon EFS 10-18mm f4.5-5.6 IS STM wide angle lens ($250 new) Canon EFS 60mm f/2.8Macro USM lens ($399 new) Canon EFS 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM lens ($85 new) ***Canon EF 75-300mm f4-5.6 III telephoto lens (for topside photography)*** selling in addition to the listed package. ($199 new) Total value of the package if new $2,922 Will sell entire package for $1,200 (shipping included- US ONLY), or $1,325 with the additional telephoto lens. Please let me know if you have any questions about the gear.
  5. US$ 495 My name is Andrey Savin. I live in the Philippines (Negros Oriental, near Dumaguete) I can ship worldwide. Buyers pays shipping cost and bank/PP fee Payment via PayPal or Bank transfer The package is presented in the photo. The condition is good, never flooded, never repaired, the lenses are clearly fixed in the desired position. The thread works fine, does not stick. No scratches on the glasses. On the body there are a couple of scratches - they can be seen in the photo. Bought 2 years ago in Hong Kong. Shipping cost https://www.phlpost.gov.ph/get_rates.php(1 US$ = 51 PHP, parcel gross weight not more 1 kg) My other lots for sale here : Nauticam CMC-2, Nauticam Wet Mate lens, Retra LSD snoot, 7x arm set, pair of Nitescuba S1 video lights, pair of Scubalamp V6K video lights, pair of Orcatorch canister torch D620, ... SAGA Trio specifications: Size: 136 x 84 x 73mm Weight: 708 gr/1.6 lbs Weight in Water: 200 gr/.44 pounds Aluminum 6082 Hard anodized, with extra hard on the working areas (Thread and levers) Lenses are Vacuum Sealed This lens revolutionizes all the wet magnification systems now available. You can switch between 0, +5, +10, +15 diopters quickly all with one device! The patented system of two levers makes it possible for photographers to use a very easy system of changing the magnification, even while they are looking through the viewfinder. Trio allows you to reach 4 different power ratios in the minimum time possible, and with maximum optical quality. Manufactured in mechanized aluminum with hard anodizing, Trio has two groups of lenses, one with a +5 diopter and the other with a +10. These two groups can be moved independently, so 4 levels of magnification can be achieved. With the the two levers in the upper position, you can use your lens normally - focusing to infinity as normal without any vignetting. The Trio lens system is designed to be used with macro lenses such as the Canon 100mm or Nikon 105mm, even with some 150 or 180mm lenses, and it can also be used with 60mm macro lenses. Flipping the first lever adds a +5 diopter, second one adds a +10, and with the 2 levers in the lower position stacks the two groups of lenses and for a +15 diopter lens. The lens is attached to any 67mm threaded port. If your port doesn't have a 67mm thread, Saga Dive makes an adapter for any kind of port. Once it is attached, the lens can be moved to any place by rotating, so it can be rotated to any preferred position we prefer, for flexibility with lighting.
  6. Housing and Macro Port ( 75301), Extension Tubes ( 75042, 75020) only have a couple hours underwater. Also included right handle. All like new! Parts bag, lubricant, manuals, all original boxes. $1400.00 includes shipping lower 48. contact jcdovala@verizon.net
  7. 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!
  8. Hi there, I'm selling one Nauticam aperture gear for Fujifilm XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro (#36423). Mint condition, bought in April 2018, around 15 dives. Possible to meet face to face in Paris area. Shipping at buyers costs worldwide. Price: 125 EUR ONO
  9. For sale, Nauticam kit for Fuji 60mm F/2.4 for X-T1 / X-T2. This package contains the following stuff: - Fujifilm XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro lens - Nauticam N85 Macro Port 65 with M67 Threaded Front (#36163) - Nauticam aperture gear for Fujifilm XF 60mm F2.4 R Macro (#36423) I'm selling this because I moved to the Zeiss Touit 2.8/50mm. Mint condition, bought in April 2018, around 15 dives. Possible to meet face to face in Paris area. Shipping at buyers costs worldwide. Price: 799 EUR
  10. Hi, It seems that the enthusiasm for a better/cheaper snoot never runs out. I usually find it hard to point the beam of light on the subject, and even a slow moving one escapes by the time I get it. So I wanted a light guide that will show were snoot actually points to. I tried the 10Bar laser focus and found it unreliable and inaccurate. I did design a version where the laser projected on the same line as the strobe using beam splitter. But the laser was annoying. Then I realized that the same design can work with a strong focus torch. The benefit is that I get to see the whole beam and that it is much brighter than the little red laser dot. Here is the result. It is a modular snoot that can either have a fixed head (at different beam diameters) or a fiber-optic attachment that can be manipulated by hand. An example of a photo made with this snoot. I had 12-50mm (Olympus EM-1) + wet diopter lens (nauticam CMC2). The focus light was on red, and my dive buddy was aiming the optic fiber snoot at individual skeleton shrimps.... Would love to hear your comments and suggestions. The design is uploaded to https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3749151
  11. $6,000 ONO Includes: Nauticam Housing 4 x 25mm ball mounts 2 x ball mount clamps Vacuum value and leak detection system Vacuum pump Nikon D7000 body 3 x Nikon batteries and charger Subsee 10 diopter Subsee 5 diopter 2 x Inon Z-240 strobes 2 x optic fibre cables Nauticam 8.5 inch dome port Nikon AF-S DX 10-24mm F3.5-4.5 Nauticam Extension ring 50 with lock Tokina Fisheye AT-X 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 Nauticam Extension 20mm ring Nikon AF-s DX 35mm F1.8 Nauticam macro port Nikon 60mm F2.8 macro lens All lens gear include. Notes: Minor scratches on wide angle dome port, not noticeable in photos. Can be buffed out. Main trigger repaired and replaced. All in good working order. Selling because I have a replacement setup. Does not include postage.
  12. Up for sale is a like new Nauticam SMC-1 super macro converter and an M67 Flip holder for M67 Macro Ports. These both have 2 dives on them and have no signs of use or wear. This the best magnifier for super macro converter on the market and is designed from the ground up for the purpose.Item description from Nauticam:https://www.nauticam.com/products/super-macro-convertor-1-2-3x-magnification The SMC-1 retails for $480 and the flip holder for$220. They can be both yours for $500. PayPal only unless you live in the San Francisco Bay area. 14-day money back guarantee. Buyer pays all shipping. Thanks for looking, Larry Garvey lcgarvey@astound.net
  13. Hello, does anyone have experience in building a own snoot with water tubes etc.? I tried to build one and also attached a laser pointer to see where to aim. But I have a problem to connect the plastic tubes with my strobes... Underwater it was falling off very often. Any tip or idea would be helpful! Thanks a lot :-)
  14. Just having returned from a couple of excellent weeks diving in Bonaire, I wanted to share a couple of thoughts: First - Big Thanks. I had a couple of "issues" with my camera gear during the trip. Post to Wetpixel and PMs were answered really quickly and helpfully by a raft of people. While not wanting to embarrass anyone - or miss anyone too - thanks especially to Chris, Tom, Pavel and Oskar at Retra for advice on a range of diverse issues. You guys are brilliant and kept me relatively calm and relatively sane. Excellent advice, quick replies, thoughtful ideas..... I have written this before, but I really do think think Wetpixel is an excellent community. Folks are so good to share their advice, experience and knowledge freely and helpfully. And, even better, WP seems to suffer with almost none of the utter cr*p and abuse that seems to ruin so many other forums (check out the BBC football (soccer) Have Your Say site!). Moving on (and again, apologies if I have't thanked anyone who chipped in)..... Like many on the forum I've gone from DX cameras (Nikon D100, D200, D300) to FX (D800) and have now done about 100 dives back on DX with a D500. Some conclusions which I thought worth passing on: FX vs DX - DX setups are slightly cheaper: a DX body costs less than an FX. - DOF is better on DX which is especially helpful on macro. - Though I was concerned that moving back to DX I would miss much of the image quality that I had on the D800, this has proved not to be the case. D500 DX is excellent. I must admit I don't make mega-prints and a lot of my output I (try) sell via agencies. No problems getting images accepted following the switch. I can't speak of course for the D850. - DX is easier on the WA port issue. I really liked the Sigma 15mm and the Nikkor 16-35 for the D800. The Sigma was easy to "port" but the 16-35 was, in my view, a bit of a devil requiring a 230mm huge dome port. (I've never tried though the Sea and Sea converter). That port was expensive and, for me, hard for travelling on European baggage allowances. By contrast the DX only needs either a 100 dome port or the DP-FE size. - The Nikkor 8-15mm works really well on DX between 15 and approx 11. Image quality is great. It works equally well with the DP100 or DP-FE - I'm still playing around with a 1.4 TC and, as I have reported elsewhere, I've found that the classic Kenko 1.4 DG Telepro300 won't work with my D500 and the 8-15. It does work with my Z6 but not on a D5. Go figure. As you might have read elsewhere and as others have confirmed, the Kenko 1.4 TC DGX will work. I'll get hold of one soon and try it. Bonaire - If you are thinking of diving Bonaire: I've been going since the early 2000s and found the reef this time around in the best health I have seen for some years. Definite signs of coral growth; work by the local agency, SINAPA, at coral growing; new anemones around with Spotted Cleaner Shrimps on them (not seen them for years) and, generally, reefs with clouds of brown chromis and the usual suspects going about their lives. - Snooting: if you fancy a stab at shooting, Bonaire is great place to try it out with lots of macro life. I say "stab" meaning I would encourage folks not to stab themselves in frustration over snooting. UW photog is tough enough dealing with moving critters, moving camera, moving photographer, moving currents, viz, blah blah. Snooting adds a whole new area of pain. But when you get it right... Sweeeeet.... a couple of pics attached. - We did all shore diving with tanks from Dive Friends. Friendly, very convenient with filling stations all over the west side of Bonaire. I can recommend them. We didn't do any boat dives. We never used DMs or guides. Navigation on Bonaire is easy - and the critters are not hard to find. Pedersen cleaner shrimps, Spotted Cleaner Shrimps, Yellowline Arrowcrabs, Gobies, the occasional whip coral shrimp, drums, jawfish..... Well just some thoughts
  15. Housing and Macro Port ( 75301), Extension Tubes ( 75042, 75020) only have a couple hours underwater. Also included right handle. All look new! Parts bag, lubricant, manuals, all original boxes. $1475.00 plus shipping. contact jcdovala@verizon.net
  16. Hi guys, I own a Sony alpha6500 housed in a Nauticam system. I was wondering if anybody can advice on the best combo MACRO lens plus port. Cheers Francesco
  17. Macro Mate with mounting rings for Subal and/or Aquatica in very good shape. $35.00 plus shipping. jcdovala@verizon.net
  18. Rarely used Zeiss Touit 50mm f/2.8M Macro Lens (Sony E-Mount) for sale including box and all accessories. Front Lens Cap Rear Lens Cap Lens Hood Looks mint, no scratches or dings. Fair Price $550 including insured shipping withing the US.
  19. Nauticam Macro Port 45 and Nauticam Mini Extension Ring 30mm for Nauticam MIL Ports (N85) works perfect with the Zeiss 50mm macro for Sony E-Mount nau.36135 - Nauticam Macro Port 45 nau.36630 - Nauticam Mini Extension Ring 30mm for Nauticam MIL Ports (N85) Both for $300 incl. insured Shipping within U.S.
  20. Selling my INON UCL - 100 with LD bayonet mount. This is a +10 diopter lens, and with early RX100 you can get true macro of about 35mm subject size. Glass is clean, but there are a few dings and scratches on the metal body. I'll also include some LD lens mounts for the arms. $125 + US shipping, located in central Texas please send PM if you'd like to buy it in person. check out the gallery for closeup pics: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AxBAykNcSuQUzGrZnBCvzqhqZWJTfWRo
  21. Hello, For sale (everything on that table and the photos above): Canon 5D mark II , 3 batteries + external charger + a lot of Memory-Cards; Ikelite housing; Canon Wide Angle Lens 17-40 mm; Domeport; 100 mm Macro Port; A lot of fitting accessories Excellent conditions. Options available (ask for price). I would be happy to sell everything together (but if you don´t want camera and lens it is not a problem). Please feel free to ask for more photos or detail photos. I am shipping worldwide.
  22. For sale, Nauticam CMC-1 wet lens, equivalent to a +15 diopter. I'm selling it because I do not need it anymore. Great condition (a few tiny scratches with no impact on image quality), bought in October 2017, around 100 dives. Visible in Paris area. Possible to meet face to face in this area. Shipping at buyers costs worldwide. Nauticam Reference: #81301 Price: 249 EUR
  23. Make me an offer! The dome port has some light scratches and one more notable mark that could easily be buffed out. I'd include an acrylic cleaning kit I've used on various ports over the years to clean up small scratches. Dome port comes with neoprene cover and 2 port extensions (5510.11 & 5510.22). If the price is right, I'll throw in a Precision 5" dome with extension from UW Camera Stuff! Flat port is in great shape with Focus Extension (5510.75) and Port Extension (5510.16 I think).
  24. I am looking to sell the following as a complete package. It's almost brand new, used once and tested for leaks. Perfect condition. Aquatica D500 housing with moisture sensor and dual optical bulkheads Flash trigger for the D500 Gears for the Tokina 10-17 (not the lens itself) Aquatica mini macro port 18430 Zen mini glass dome for the Tokina 10-17 DP-100-AT Vacuum (installed) - Leak sentinel V4 (tested) 2 attached ball mounts on handles Fiber optic cables for Sea & Sea strobes Total value of the set up is over $5,000 and I am looking for $3,900.
  25. One of the best regarded divesites in Sydney is Shiprock. The site is on Port Hacking to the south of Sydney and the entrance is in suburbia, surrounded by expensive waterfront homes, it has an amazing array of life and being an aquatic reserve fish are plentiful. This is a shore dive and there are steep steps down a cliff face to reach the entry point and the site features a wall running from about 7 to 15m deep. It is subject to strong tidal currents and needs to be dived on a slack preferably high tide. Here is a google maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/Nq2mRe95rYu Had a really nice dive there last Friday and here's some pics, descriptions below the pic All taken with OM-D EM-1 MkII and Panasonic 30mm macro - Nauticam housing, INON Z-240 strobes: Pineapple fish are nocturnal and have a light producing organ that assists with their hunting. Shiprock is one of the few spots they are regularly found around Sydney dive sites. Sieve Patterned Moray, less common than the regularly seen Green Moray Ringscale Triple Fin, a small fish that claims sections of rock as territory, common at Shiprock but not so common elsewhere, Six Spine Leatherjacket, quite common of many dive sites, but tend to be skittish, this one is about 300mm long so a bit of a challenge for a macro lens A Pygmy Leatherjacket another common fish around Sydney they seem to have their tail curled around semi permanently Eastern Frogfish, an ambush predator hiding under one of the many ledges at Shiprock Doroprismatica atromarginata, quite common around Sydney and the only Nudi I found this dive, At other times the variety of nudis is much greater. Blotched Hawkfish, Shiprock is the only Sydney dive site I see these regularly
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