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Ikelite for Nikon D800 camera housing for Underwater Photography. Condition is Used and camera not included. I'm selling my full set up housing, strobes, cables, and different lens ports for macro and wide angle photography, etc... Housing is for the Nikon D 800 and d800e camera bodies. Complete with tray, grip handles, arms, multiple ball clamps, spare o-rings 2 Ikelite DS 161 strobes included complete with ball mounts and 2 chargers and battery covers. Includes two TTL sync cables one for single strobe and one for double strobe. Include two dome ports, one 4 inch, one 8 inch, two macro ports, 5 extension ports, zoom gear port, other zoom gears. Ikelte vacuum kit. All you need is the camera and lens and you're ready to take some great pictures. I may be forgetting stuff that I am including. Feel free to contact me with any questions or need detailed information. If you where to purchase all these items new, it would cost well over $7000.00 This is being sold as a set and will not part out. Equipment has been lightly used, see all pictures, shows small signs of wear, what you see in the pictures are exactly what you will get. Everything works as it should, well maintained after each dive, and never been flooded. I have more pictures available, including ones I shot with this setup. Buyer pays shipping, verified PayPal or cash accepted for local pickup, CONUS only Only $2990 Make me an offer, you never know ;^)
Have. a bunch of lenses in really good shape that are up for grabs. Following lenses are in "like new" condition Following lenses are in "like new" condition: Nikon nikkor 12-24mm f/4G ED DX lens in box with caps, bag, and hood asking $450 - Nikon Nikkor 10.5mm f2.8 G ed DX fisheye lens in box, with bag and lens caps. - asking $275 Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 dc macro HCM AF lens for nikon aps-c sensor in box with caps and hood asking $175 Nikon AF-S 18-200 f/3.5-5.6 G ED lens (the first version), with caps and bag - asking $175 ============= The following lens is new in the box - has never been on the camera: Tokina 35mm F/2.8 AT-X Pro DX Macro Autofocus Lens For Nikon APS-C in box , with both caps asking $150 ========== following lens is an oldie but goodie, and has been taken on and off the camera a lot of times. It is in really good shape. AF 105 micro-nikkor F/2.8 with lens caps asking $250 ========== All of the above lenses are "one owner" ======= following lens has some type of AF issue and needs repair. Potential cost of repair is unknown. Two owners of this lens. Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8 D ED IF af-s in box with case, caps and hood - $325 ========== pictures available. - would prefer to ship these items within the continental US contact info follows: email@example.com. 305-451-3737
For Sale: Tokina 10-17mm f3.5-4.5, AT-X, DX Fisheye lens for Nikon Mount, for $275.00 USD, excluding shipping and insurance. This is an excellent lens for wide angle uw photography. Since I did very little wide angle uw photography, this lens is in excellent condition. I also have the Nauticam Zoom Gear for this lens posted here. If purchasing both lens and zoom gear, I can offer a discount. If interested, please PM, or contact me on my website at http://www.kandfoto.comor on www.facebook.com/Kandfoto.
Hi there, I am facing issues with the way my Nauticam zoom ring attaches onto my Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom lens. This is the Nikon mount version, which i use with a D500 inside a Nauticam housing. I know i am not the only one facing those issues and i have read though multiple threads (there, for instance) but they're all 4+ years old so i am writing hoping new solutions are available now. I've followed the manual by removing the rubber ring which was attached to the Tokina lens (then some electronic circuitry becomes visible, whooo scary...) and put the Tokina zoom ring onto it. What happens is that it doesn't fit very snuggily: -when i attach the lens to the camera when opening the housing front port (e.g. when i am swapping lenses) i have to be extremely careful on the positioning otherwise the zoom gear starts popping off. -same when i am just opening the housing back to change camera battery: at the time i slide the camera out/in it's very diffcult to avoid the zoom gear being disengaged. -worst of all: while i am shooting the zoom gear may just disengage on its own and then i am stuck with a given focal till i open the housing. This happened 4-5 times to me in maybe 30 dives. I have used several housing brands with different zoom gear solutions (Ikelite, Hugyfot, Nauticam M4/3 and then Nauticam DSLR), and i had used a different zoom gear for same lens model (not exact same lens though), which was the Hugyfot one which didn't require me to remove the lens' own rubber zoom ring. I feel this was a better design. So my question is: have Nauticam or a third party manufacturer come with zoom gear solution that would fit snuggier on my lens when used in my Nikon D500 Nauticam housing? If not, would anyone have a suggestion to circumvent the issues i am having? regards Nicolas