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  1. Nauticam NA-EM5 + Olympus OMD-EM5 set + parts I'm fully selling my spare parts UWP set which is now useless. Everything is located in French Polynesia but international delivery is easy and trackable. 1/ Housing Nauticam NA-EM5 #17804 700€ Entirely maintained and operational. External scratches due to use. Including Nauticam 2-handles tray and leak detector. 2/ Nauticam NA-EM5 LCD Window for Nauticam Enhanced Viewfinder #17851 100€ 3/ Nauticam Strobe Mounting Ball + Handle for Easitray & Flexitray 25€ Brand new 4/ Nauticam Shutter Release Extension for Compact/MIL Housing #25200 40€ Brand new 5/ Nauticam Leak detection system (from NA-EM5) 10€ 6/ Olympus OMD-EM5 body (silver model) 250€ Including 2 batteries, charger and strobe. 7/ Panasonic LUMIX G 14mm F2.5 F/2.5 ASPH AF LENS SILVER H-H014 120€ Free UV filter and neoprene pouch. A good partner for UW photography 8/ UWL 2 balls clamp 10€/pc 4 available 9/ UWL 3 balls clamp 15€/pc 2 available 10/ INON 2 balls clamp 20€ 11/ IKELITE 2 balls clamp 15€ 2 available 12/ SUBAL ball mount 10€/pc 2 available 13/ IKELITE 6" arm 15€/pc 2 available 14/ UWL 8" arm 20€/pc Brand new 2 available 15/ SEA&SEA 8" arm 20€ 16/ INON 8" arm 20€/pc 2 available Good price for multi items buyers though pm. Feel free to ask more details.
  2. Nauticam NA-EM5 housing for Olympus OMD E-M5 camera. I used this housing for 1 season before switching to the EM1 which, to be honest, is not a huge upgrade over the EM5 underwater, IQ-wise. It probably has about 50 dives on it. It has been well cared for and is in excellent condition. The Nauticam Flextray that you see attached to the housing is included. It will ship in its original Nauticam packaging. This is a wonderful little housing - light, compact, reliable and travels well. Takes all the standard Nauticam Micro 4/3 ports. Please PM with any questions. Original MSRP for the housing and Flextray is $1672 Selling Housing & FlexTray: $1050 + shipping Payment via PayPal. Thanks for looking! -Jim (Seattle, WA)
  3. Hi I decide to buy the Olympus OM-D E-M5 with the Nauticam NA-EM5 Housing. The first lens will be the 12-50 (will add more lens later when I will have the budget. The 60 mm will be the first) My dilemma is about the port. Those are the option I saw on the net. 1.Port 65 For Olympus 60mm for 300 $ Can be use for the 12-50 too. But I will need to add the Nauticam Zoom Gear for Olympus 12-50mm Lens 550 $ And the Nauticam Focus Gear For Olympus 60mm for the manuel focus 170$ The thread is 67 mm so I can add a diopter directly Totally 1,020$ 2. Nauticam 12-50mm port and zoom ring kit 800$ That’s include the zoom gear and I can switch to macro during the dive. The thread is 77 mm so I need the Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Port 260$ But I can add any 77 to 67 thread my question is about manuel focus with the 60mm in this port will I be able to do it or I need the Nauticam Focus Gear For Olympus 60mm here too? 3. Nauticam 4" Wide Angle Port for Olympus 9-18mm 480$ This one fit the 12-50, 60 and 9-18mm But not sure if there is a zoom gear for the 12-50 with port or if you can attach a diopter. Thanks, Hezi Shohat
  4. Hi! A c-clip that clips onto the "Function 2" button shaft which holds a plastic end piece in my Nauticam NA-EM5 housing has been lost. Is there any easier way to replace this other than send the housing to Reef Photo in Florida (I'm in Los Angeles)? Would Nauticam distributers have extras? I was thinking about going to a hobby shop to look for a c-clip that is the same size. Would anyone know the size of this particular one? Anyone else lose one of these? Thanks! Jason
  5. I haven't been diving in many months so I'm finally giving up my UW camera gear to recoup some costs. I've listed these on eBay as I don't have a sales/buyer reputation on the forum, and wasn't sure if people would be comfortable buying from me here. Item links: Nauticam NA-EM5 underwater housing for Olympus OM-D EM-5 (includes ball joint and hand strap): http://www.ebay.com/itm/331279885339?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Nauticam Flat Port 56 for Olympus 14-42mm & 9-18mm lens + zoom gear + Red Filter http://www.ebay.com/itm/331279884857?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Ultralight TR-DM tray + Ultralight AC-H Handle with Ball http://www.ebay.com/itm/331279888943?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Three Ultralight AC-CSF New Style Clamps http://www.ebay.com/itm/331279891289?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Sea & Sea YS-110 Strobe http://www.ebay.com/itm/331279896881?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 StiX 9" Strobe Arm With 3.5 Jumbo Floats (SX-309) http://www.ebay.com/itm/331279901103?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  6. Hello everyone, I'm buying the new diving equipment. I'm making the jump from compact to mirrorless camera. I chose Olympus om-d E-M5 with Nauticam na-EM5. I also choose Nauticam Flexitray II brackets. I ask you some advice about the buoyancy of a configuration like this: - Olympus omd EM5 - Nauticam na EM5 + Flexitray II and right handle. - 2 x Inon flash s2000 - 2x arms Nauticam 8 " - 2x arms Nauticam 5 " - 6x Nauticam Clamp - Lens olympus 9-18 - Nauticam semi-dome port 4 " As per your experience it might be negative in the water? How do I balance the weight? floating arm? Thanks to all
  7. I’ve been working on this project for a while & now seem to be getting somewhere, the idea was to keep the already versatile NA-EM5 & 12-50 set up as small and light as possible. Made of two sheets of vacuum formed HIPS bonded together with an acrylic diffuser at the front, the inside is white to reflect as much light forward as possible using the standard Olympus flash. Here’s a couple of shots taken with this set up: I would be interested in any thoughts you have on this method of lighting. Cheer's, Gary.
  8. Greetings everyone, Looking to buy the Nauticam housing for E-M5 as well as ports and strobes/tray/arms. Preferably two YS-D1 and ULCS hardware. Contact me if you have the above - thank you. Cheers, Alex
  9. I was lucky enough to have been able to use the new Nauticam NA-EM5 housing for the Olympus OM-D E-M5 yesterday. I didn't have the time to do a full review, but managed to have a long dive with it. I was also somewhat hampered by never having handled the camera above water! The housing and camera's owner Brett Thorpe of UK retailer Divelife and I literally swapped cameras underwater. I should also state at the outset that I have not used any other housings for this camera, so cannot compare it to anything else on the market. So some brief thoughts are appropriate. The housing is very small and compact, and despite Brett's somewhat "interesting" lighting that was attached to it, seems well balanced in the water. On the left hand was the zoom control, a nice easily found knob. It features two ribbed control dials that allow for separate shutter speed and aperture settings. I find that this is much more user friendly than sharing these controls via a menu or control pad function. I found the camera's EVF to be quite useful, even with the standard viewfinder. Given that I am used to magnifying and 45° viewfinders, the standard version felt somewhat awkward to use. It is just a question of getting used to it though. I can certainly see how the use of magnifying viewfinders with EVFs opens up a whole new world of possibilities. The LCD screen can be tilted within the housing (prior to sealing it). This is very convenient for shooting video. The housing's window gives a full view of the entire LCD. The camera's on-screen display (and that of the EVF) gives a great deal of information. Brett described how he finds accessing the camera's controls easier in the housing than on the camera body itself. Certainly, the controls seem well spread out on the housing. I was not using gloves, and had no issues using any of the housing controls at all. The shutter release is large and sensitive, and the housing has a "thumb groove" that provides a grip on the reverse. When using the tray grips, the shutter falls easily to hand. The video activation lever is quite small, but the lever is designed to stand proud of the housing body, so can be used easily. In fact, all the levers seemed to use this design, which makes them very functional despite their size. This camera and housing combination would be incredibly well suited to any fast moving action (whale sharks, whales, dolphins, sailfish etc). Swimming with this housing is incredibly easy! Depending on the subject, combining it with small strobes will make a really useful tool. I do not think it replaces an SLR system for most underwater situations however. The camera and housing size is a compromise, and the controls, whilst very good, are not as easy to use as those on a larger housing. One last though that is not relevant to the housing or camera's performance, and is entirely subjective, but the OM-D E-M5 is one good looking camera! I always felt that Olympus SLRs were iconic, and I think that the designers of this camera have managed to faithfully replicate this in a EVIL camera. I would welcome any further questions about the housing or camera and will do my best to answer them if I can. Thanks to Brett for his images. Adam.
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