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  1. Full frame pro body Nikon 810 kit ready to use $5,750 Selling as a COMPLETE KIT to someone who is interested in trying out a full frame system. Nikon d810 Body *its been used so the outside body isn't without blemish but is in good repair and has had the shutter mechanism replaced by Kurts Camera Repair in San Diego a Certified Nikon repair center. Nauticam d810 housing its also been used it has some blemishes and could stand to have a full service at some point from a Nauticam dealer like backscatter BUT works amazing none the less its been a solid housing super ergonomic to use. Nauticam 180 degree magnifying eye piece 10.5in Acrylic Dome port 16mm Fish eye that has part of its hood shaved off but is still fully functional this I am including for FREE because of that little funky bit. Assorted odds and ends: battery grip for surface photography that has an additional insert for rechargeable batteries 4 batteries O-rings, lubricant, connectors for different types of flash Vacuum pump system 2 32G CF Cards 1 32G SD card SHIPPING ONLY IN THE USA and is included in the price of purchase. $5,750 Paypal FF or Vinmo IMG_9647.HEIC IMG_9648.HEIC IMG_9650.HEIC IMG_9651.HEIC IMG_9652.HEIC IMG_9653.HEIC IMG_9654.HEIC IMG_9655.HEIC IMG_9657.HEIC IMG_9659.HEIC IMG_9661.HEIC IMG_9662.HEIC
  2. Like new - purchased in 2017 and used on 3 dive trips only. The housing is in excellent condition, there are only a couple marks on the bottom of the housing (please review the photos carefully). All original accessories and packaging are included. The package includes M16 vacuum valve with pump (valued at $220) and leak detection circuit. This is a great housing - it has never flooded (it is hard to flood a Nauticam housing with the vacuum pump and leak detection system). I am only selling it because I upgraded to the D850. Asking $1500. Will ship free (including insurance) anywhere in the continental US.
  3. I have decided to hang up my uw photo gear, and I had a recent post selling uw photo gear as a total package. Since I have already sold many pieces of a total package, listed below is for sale, all prices in USD, at a 50% savings: NA-D810 Nauticam Housing and Nikon D810 NA-D810 Housing, purchased 2016, without 180 degree Viewfinder, cost: $1850 Nauticam Single Nikonos 5-pin Bulkhead with Nikon Hotshoe Connection, cost: $65 Sola 800 Photo Light for use with video and/or focusing, cost: $249.50 Nauticam to Inon Fiber Optical Cables (2), total cost: $90 Nauticam 180 Viewfinder, cost: $525 Nauticam Zoom Gear for Nikon Tokina 10-17mm lens, cost: $67.50 Nauticam 4.33” Acrylic Dome Port for wide angle close shooting, cost: $240 Subal Macro Port for 60/105mm lens with Nauticam Adapter, cost: $360 Inon Z-240-Strobe Snoot Set, cost: $132 Backscatter Macromate Flip lens for Subal Macro Port, cost: $274 Necessary o-rings, and attachments, dome covers, straps, etc. Nauticam Extension Ring 20, cost: $120
  4. Hi, As said in the tittle, I'm looking for a Nauticam NA-D810 (#17216) with M16 Vacuum Valve II (# 25625). I'm looking for it in good condition, no flooding and if possible with recent servicing by Nauticam. Price depending on condition and options that comes along. Shipping to France (preferably seller located in Europe). Kind regards, Clément
  5. 1. Ikelite TTL Housing for Nikon D810 DSLR - Never used! 2. Ikelite Dome Port 3-inch Length #5503.15 - Never used! 3. Ikelite Modular 5.1-inch Lens Extension #5510.28 - Never used! 4. Ikelite-to-Ikelite TTL Sync Cord - Never used! 5. Zoom Set for Lenses up to 2.8-inch Diameter #5509.27 - Never used! 6. Zoom Set for Lenses up to 3.0-inch Diameter #5509.28 - Never used! 7. Nikon D810 Body - The camera shot 6500 frames. Perfect state. 8. Sigma 15mm f/2.8 for Nikon - The lens shot 6500 frames. Perfect state. Price: 4695 € Only paypal payment! Transport costs paid by the buyer. The photos show the actual state of what we sell.
  6. For Sale - Sea and Sea MDX-D810 housing for Nikon D810 camera. Like new, a real 10! Less than 10 dives. Original box and all paperwork included. Will ship ground in USA. $2350 USA only. Paypal only.
  7. FS: Nikon D810/800 SPL A-Series Housing w/ one port for 17-35 f/2.8 Perfect condition, no bumps bruises or repairs. I have lubed the seals every 3 weeks to keep them moist. I've never had any issues and used this housing with great success for photos and video. While the port is sized for the 17-35 I've used it with a 28, 50, 85, 35-70, and had great results. It can be used with any lens shorter then the 17-35 (106mm in length) that has a longer focal length, and can be used with some that don't fit that bill like the 28mm 1.8 g. While this is a surf housing it handles depth fine. The owner has said they handle depth as well as any dive housing but he markets them to surfers and doesn't rate them for depth because they are best used as surf/action sport housings. Come with Camera Housing One port is included Detachable Pistol Grip Detachable Side Grip Neoprene port cover O-ring grease Spare nuts and wings all tools needed to adjust/ alter housing configuration (wrench and allen key) Pricing Everything above - $1400 Everything above + D810 (9.5/10, 28,xxx, Clicks) - $3300 Everything above + D810 + 17-35 (9.5/10) - $4000
  8. Greetings, I have the following gear that is brand new and untouched that I am looking to sell. Very negotiable but would prefer to sell the bundle. Nikon D810 FX-format Digital SLR Camera Body AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Ikelite Underwater Housing with TTL Circuitry for Nikon D810 Ikelite - DS160 Strobe Kit with Sync Cord + Ball Arm / NiMH Ikelite Modular 8" Dome Port with 5.1" Lens Extension Kit Lowepro DryZone 200 Camera Backpack (Yellow) Ebay totals are $8,674.79 with buy it now and well over $10k retail asking $8,000 OBO. Would Consider 2014-15 Macbook Pro to supplement the deal Will consider bundling the Ikelite gear alone for $3k which is almost $k off what it would cost and it's all brand new!
  9. For years my trusty Nikon D300 in a nexus housing has served me well. It works great but I recently upgraded to a Nikon D810 and am planning on getting another Nexus housing. That was the easy decision. I've gone from DX to FX and from 12 megapixel to 36. But, the transition means my trusty Tokina 10-17 with its dedicated port won't fit the new housing. So, since I will have to get a new port I am thinking of which lens. I have a 14-24 that I use for landscape photography and love it. But I don't want to to take it underwater. I have a 16 mm fish eye which is an old lens but a good one. I have also considered the 16-35, the older 17-35, nikon 20mm, & Sigma 15 mm fisheye. I just learned Tokina makes a 16-28 2.8 FX. Does anyone use this lens and if so is it as good as the Tokina 10-17 DX. Since most of my underwater work these days is with whales, this lens could work well. Would love to hear about experiences with this lens.... Aloha!
  10. Hi folks, Nikon rumors have posted a cached copy of an early hands-on review of the new Nikon D810: http://nikonrumors.com/2014/06/25/nikon-d810-leaks-hours-before-the-announcement.aspx/ The actual leak lis from a UK site called ExpertReviews and although it has been removed, there is a cached copy here. The camera seems very similar in layout to the D800/D800e, although the Bracketing button and the Metering mode switch have been swapped in position. This will mean that existing housings will enable to access metering mode still, but probably not bracketing. The article also speaks ominously of a change in the shape of the handgrip which may presents a bigger challenge for existing D800 housing owners. Specs include better frame rate, higher ISO, improved AF and S-RAW capability. Stay tuned to the Wetpixel Full page for the full announcement from Nikon tomorrow, and we will keep you posted on housing compatibility too... Adam
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