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  1. Anyone have one of these available?? https://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/nauticam-mini-flash-trigger-olympus Would love to take it off your hands.
  2. Put in my order as the announcement rolled out. I was seeking a versatile lens that also featured a more normal perspective plus reasonable close focusing capabilities. This replaces my Olympus 9-18, which performed well for me. Anyone else happy to see this lens in their kit?
  3. Hi all, selling Port Setup to use the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-40mm PRO f2.8 with Olympus UW Housings PT-EP08, PT-EP11, PT-EP14 (OM-D E-M5, OM-D E-M1, OM-D E-M1 Mark II) Port: PPO-E02 Adapter: PAD-EP08 Zoom Ring: PPZR-EP04 Items located in Germany. Will ship worldwide. Shipping cost and Paypal Fees on buyers expense. Asking 40% OFF the actual Internet prices: 480 Euro or best offer For any questions you can contact me via email: mailmeyer@gmx.net Andreas
  4. Hi guys and gals - I am selling these two components as a package for $750 + shipping. Both are in mint condition and have been treated with care (photos attached) and product info below: Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8mm f/1.8 Fisheye PRO Lens ($1000 new): https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1147634-REG/olympus_v312030bu000_m_zuiko_digital_ed_8mm.html Nauticam O8-F Focus Gear ($215 new): https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-O8-F-Focus-GearFor-Olympus-M-Zuiko-Digita Cheers, Kabir
  5. Selling my back up EM5 Mark II- like new for $400 (retail is $899). Includes camera body, 14-42mm 1:3.5-5.6 Kit lens, battery, cords, cable, charger, SD Card, and Flash. Firmware has been updated to 4.0. Unable to decrease size of photo enough to post here. Please contact me and we can find a way to get the photos to you. Please see the Olympus website for retail photo. Description from Olympus follows: please see Olympus website.
  6. Hi all, selling a complete Setup for the Olympus OM-D E-M1 MarkII to use with the 12-40mm f2.8 Pro Lens. Housing PT-EP14, Port PPO-E02, Port Adapter PAD-EP08 , LCD Magnifier AOI-UMG03, Nauticam Easytray plus Right Handle. Zoom Ring PPZR-E04. Totak new prices 2245 EUR. Asking 1400 EUR obo. Shipping and Paypal fees on buyers expense Items located in Germany, Will ship within EU. Everything in perfect order like NEW. Tray and Handle (NEW). Any questions just ask: mailmeyer@gmx.net
  7. Hi All, I've been working on it for quite a long time now, and I managed to break 3 flashes until now, but now it is 99% working, so I'm happy to share my DIY. So I have the Olympus OMD EM1, with the Olympus housing, I wanted to have a Led trigger, that will NOT have batteries (powered from the camera) and will work with TTL and I will be able to adjust the intensity from the camera itself. So It wasn't easy... I have to research a lot of LEDs different sizes colors and wavelengths, wanted it to work with any fiberoptic out there... not to have to change anything in my setup. So to make a long story short, it is working! I will share the process in general now, and then I promised a good friend to do the same for him, so during that, I will upload some more detailed process. the process was to take an FL-LM2 (Olympus original flash) I bought few of those cheap online: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/FL-LM2-top-flash-lamp-for-Olympus-E-PL7-E-PL5-E-PL6-E-PL8-E/32812314097.html took it apart, and then with the help of this post: http://www.instructables.com/id/LED-Strobe-Trigger-for-Olympus-OM-D-E-M1-Mark-II/ I changed the capacitor to a 1uf, removed all the flash tube board. Now the 5V that I get from the camera is from the accessory port, I knew which pin is the 5V, so I connected a wire to the 5V pin, now that I have 5V and LEDs, all is left is to trigger them. LEDs that worked the best for me where (believe me it wasn't easy to find the correct LEDs that will work every time): https://www.aliexpress.com/item/100pcs-5mm-Red-Round-High-Power-Super-Bright-Water-Clear-LED-Leds-20-000-MCD/32745321464.html then I disconnected the 750K ohm surface mount resistor (marked as 753 on the board). and connected the negative of the LED to the IGBT marked as p4006 on the board. so Yeah this is not the best way to light a LED 5V and high current, but since it is very very short pulses it is fine. Now the LED were working good, but when I put them back in the case and the housing it wasn't firing, the distance + the reflective sticker in the housing and the fiberoptics had too much attenuation and it didn't fire the flashes. So I have to 3d print a part, to have the LEDs placed inside the housing in the correct place, and now it is great! I will upload the detailed how to when I will make a new one + the STL of the 3d printed file so anyone could do it. In the end, the cost to do so will be 30$ flash, 6$ for 100 LEDs, time and a 3d printer. I'm attaching a photo of how it looks + a video of the final result. https://youtu.be/iD_NyQPrC3I
  8. Selling my Olympus OMD EM1 camera body (no lenses) with batteries, charger, cables, flash and Nauticam EM1 housing (no ports) with Backscatter vacuum. Purchased new in 2014 from Backscatter, housing was just overhauled in October, all gear always meticulously cared for, never dropped or flooded. Selling as I purchased a new Olympus -Nauticam setup. Camera has 13,391 shutter clicks and was just cleaned and serviced by Olympus 2 months ago. Have all receipts/records. $1000 for both together, cash or bank transfer only. Can email me directly kelpdiver2001@gmail.com. Located Alameda, California
  9. I dive infrequently because I am landlocked, but every time I do get wet I try to improve my UW photo skills. My current rig is an Olympus E-M10 MKII in a Nauticam housing with one Sea & Sea YS-D1 and one YS-D2 that was purchased later. I have tried S-TTL in the past with the YS-D1 with mixed (more bad than good) results. Eventually I settled on firing the strobes in manual. This is more reliable, but I still miss some shots if I change the distance to my subject and don't properly compensate. A few years ago I added a 2nd strobe, a Sea & Sea YS-D2. Probably a stupid move when I wasn't completely happy with the YS-D1, but I was at least comfortable with the controls and the performance when it worked. When I purchased I was thinking of manual operation, and in that regard the YS-D1/2 strobes work well. Recently I've been doing some experiments on dry land to see if I would have better luck using TTL and the YS-D2's "Custom" mode. I'll cut to the chase and say no, I didn't. After setting the strobe to custom mode B, the one that it supposed to work with my camera, I tried some shots using both TTL modes and the Fill flash mode on my camera. Taking the exact same photo, not moving a thing, and waiting for the strobe ready signal, I got shots that were basically black, completely blown out, and well exposed. I don't understand how the system can be so unreliable. Consistently low or high would be easy to compensate for, all over the map just doesn't work. It's not the camera as the TTL system of the camera alone is fine. Even with the modest built-in flash, I get virtually the same exposure across the aperture range although it does drop off at f20 where the flash lacks the oomph for such a small aperture. My experiments were with just the YS-D2. Given the similar unreliable operation of the YS-D1 on S-TTL, I would hardly ever get them both to work correctly at the same time. I can't afford to change strobes our housing at this time so I have to live with what I have. Am I wasting my time messing with TTL for these strobes and my Olympus? Is there something that I'm missing? If someone has figured out the secret to make Olympus and Sea & Sea play nice together I sure would like to hear how you did it. Thanks
  10. GARAGE DIVING EQUIPMENT SALE a-ha-ha-ha)) unless otherwise stated, all goods are in normal working condition and full retail set without original box 1. INON Z330 strobe + Snoot Set for Z-330/D-200 = $449 2. NIKON SB-N10 strobe + 10Bar snoot + 1-inch ball mount = $369 3. Retra Z330 Mounting module for Retra LSD = $49 after some DIY experiment 4. Standard mask set for Retra LSD = $ 29 new original pack 5. Diving torch (1x26650) = $15 working 6. 3x diffusors for Z330 : SOFT + warm 4600 + ND = $ 29 7. 10Bar laser snoot (without laser) for Sea & Sea YS-D2/D1 = $70 8. Clamps: Nauticam Standard 2x $20; Mini Gear 2x $27; Archon 2x $15; CNC black, red, blue 6x $6 9. F.I.T. Pro Tray and Grip Suite 03 = $249 excellent+++ like new 10. F.I.T. Z Adapter for any Inon strobes = 2x $15 11. Junestar Yellow Color Filter with M67 thread (for fluorescence shooting) = $11 12. F.I.T. Hotshoe Flex Light Mount = $29 13. Fluorescence Excitation Blue Filters = $69 14. INON Strobe Light Shade for Z-330 / D-200 = $19 15. 1-inch ball adapter with screw = 2x $5 new 16. SeaFrog ST-100 PRO underwater strobe = $129 new in box 17. Nitescuba NSS60 video light 6000 lumen = $179 excellent+++ 18. Olympus 40-150mm lens = $59 19. SUPE video light empty box = $4 20. Inon Z330 / Sea and Sea YS-D2 neoprene cover = 3x $4 21. Cressi Rondinella Fins for kids 5-6 y o = $9 22. Z240 and YS-D2 dome DIY diffusers = $14 23. YS torch holder = $3 attached only some pics because 1Mb total limit, all pic is here => https://u.to/qH8CGw Buyer pay shipping cost from Philippines, Payment - PayPal (+5% fee) or bank transfer 10Bar snoot or Snoot Set for Z-330/D-200 can be sold separately
  11. Merry Christmas! I am looking for a bit of advice, and perhaps some reassurance on my imminent setup choices. I am an avid snorkeler in the North of Scotland, in the water probably 300 days of the year. I also scuba dive here weekly. As I snorkel and freedive I have been enjoying using a small camera set up without strobes, olympus OMD EM5MKII in nauticam housing with an 8mm fisheye and mini dome. I really enjoy shooting split shots and like the versatility of the fisheye. I've wanted to start using strobes for my scuba and now have two inon z330s, but I enjoy using the camera without strobes down to 10m whilst snorkeling as it is less bulky. This is my first underwater camera setup, and when I have come to print images larger, they just aren't as sharp as I'd like. So my research has lead me to look at something with a larger sensor that would be far more light sensitive, whilst not being too bulky. I've settled on a Sony A7Riv with a sigma 15mm fisheye and 14mm dome port. Does this sound like the correct setup for how I dive or is there something out there that I am overlooking? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
  12. 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
  13. Upgraded to an LX10, need the money for a new housing, so for sale are a TG-5 and Dive Housing PT-058. Used them for 2 seasons (about 30 dives). Both are in working, honestly near-mint condition. The camera has been in the housing since day one, both body and lens are mint. Housing never flooded and o-rings have been greased. Does not come with original box (unless I manage to find it). Asking $475 $450 (PayPal only) for both shipped via USPS to CONUS US.
  14. After having shot Olympus for several years in my documentary and street photography, and the recent announcement of Olympus selling off its camera division to JIP, I'm debating whether to dump all my Olympus gear or stick it out. I'm heavily invested in Olympus topside (5 bodies, 8 lenses, 3 TTL strobes) and debating whether to add an Olympus housing to my equipment list. I've considered switching out completely to SONY a6xxx for all my work but I truly love the compact form factor of m43. My issue is Olympus is really lagging on the video codec end of things - Panasonic is much better on that front but I want the ability to switch back and forth easily between stills and video while freediving. I'll be shooting ambient light only, primarily concentrating on large pelagic marine life, other freedivers, seascapes, etc. I can use/get either the Olympus 9-18 or either of the 8mm fisheye lenses from Olympus or Panasonic. Typical shooting depths no more than 15-20 meters maximum with 10 meters being the norm depending on water clarity. If I can move to SONY, can their 16mm f/2.8 lens with their clip on fish eye adapter be utilized in a housing with dome port? SONY doesn't have the lens options of other brands on that end of the lens spectrum so any advice/input would be greatly appreciated.
  15. I am selling an Olympus OM-D E-M5 package that includes both the E-M5 camera and a Nauticam NA-EM5 underwater housing. This has been a great combination that I have used for underwater photography for several years. Both the camera and the housing are in excellent condition and work flawlessly. There are a few nicks and scuffs as you would expect from normal use, but I have taken great care of this equipment. I haven’t been diving recently but put the housing through a leak test a few days ago and there was no leakage at all. The o-rings are in great shape and it seals up tight. I am selling the camera and housing as one package Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M5 Shutter/Actuation count: 3791 life expectancy for this Shutter/Actuation is about 100,000, so this camera still has a lot of life in it OEM Battery Charger OEM Battery OEM Transfer Cable OEM Video Cable FL-LM2 Flash Lens: M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ with Zoom/Macro switch (kit lens) + LH-55B lens hood and lens caps * I do not have the original hard-copy manuals for this camera or lens, but I can provide links to download pdfs of them or even include my pdf copies on a usb stick if you prefer. Housing: Nauticam NA-EM5 Underwater Housing for Olympus OM-D E-M5 camera does not have a vacuum system but does have a leak detection alarm Nauticam NA-EM5 manual (hard copy) Port & Zoom Gear Nauticam Port for M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens This port will also work for the M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f2.8 Macro Lens Nauticam Zoom gear for M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens Zoom gear assembly instructions manual (hard copy) Please Note: I have verified the housing is working as it should and does not leak. That being said, it is the buyer’s responsibility to know how to properly set up and maintain the housing. I recommend that if you buy this equipment, the first thing you do is perform a leak test on the empty housing to assure yourself that everything works as expected. I will not accept responsibility for damage to a camera due to a flooded housing! I just can’t - there are too many variables associated with how a person may use the equipment that I have no control over. Extras: Nauticam NA-EM5 Port o-ring spare (not pictured) 52mm UV filter for M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens 52mm Circular Polarizer filter for M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-50mm f3.5-6.3 EZ lens (not pictured) OM-D E-M5 Battery spare OM-D E-M5 Transfer Cable – 2 spares Olympus RM-UC1 Camera Remote Shutter cable JJC TM Series Camera Remote Intervalometer cable OM-D E-M5 Camera Grip attachment (grip, only; it does not hold a spare battery) Flash sync cable (not pictured) This was part of a Triggertrap setup, but I think it will work as a sync cable for strobes or transmitter/receivers as well BlackRapid RS4-2BB Camera Strap (not pictured) Olympus camera half-case (not pictured) I was only able to attach one picture to the listing. Here is a link to several pictures of the package https://jcgoldingphotography.smugmug.com/DivingandTravel/Olympus-OM-D-E-M5-UW-Camera-Package/n-9gKMQh These underwater pictures on my SmugMug page were all taken with this camera and housing: https://jcgoldingphotography.smugmug.com/ Asking price for the whole package is $1350.00 USD + shipping if applicable, Payment by PayPal Items are located in USA. I will ship to USA addresses. Shipping charges are the responsibility of the buyer (package weighs appx. 11.5 lbs., dimensions: 16 3/8” x 12 5/8” x 12 5/8”) NOTE: These being crazy pandemic times, I'll add this: This equipment has only been handled by me and has been in only in my home for months. I've been working from home for about 2 months now - isolated as per state and work guidelines. I've not been exposed to anyone who is ill nor have I shown any symptoms of illness. To the best of my knowledge, myself and my equipment are safe and virus-free.
  16. Reducing my camera collection and concentrating on my Nikon gear. All of this has been used to write a couple of reviews and used very lightly, never rented. Other photos are available on request. Reasonable offers considered, but these prices are what I'm seeing on EBay, so I'm not going to give it away! Buy all below for only $2650! Save $225 off of my asking prices! Individual prices for each below, will sell separately. Prices include PP or CC fees, with free FedEx Ground shipping in the US! International shipping at cost. Contact Jack Connick, EMail: Jack@opticaloceansales.com --- Olympus OM-D E-M1 MKII Camera Body Demo black E-M1 MKII camera body is A condition. Very low shutter count of 7539 actuations. Works perfectly, used on a couple of trips and around the studio. No scratches or dings, very slight where on one hand grip. Excellent m4/3rds camera, fast, quiet and fully customizable. 20 MP, with 5 axis stabilization, fast AF, 4K video. Rugged weatherproof body. Has latest rev of firmware. Complete with flash, strap, box, manual, caps, battery and charger. $849/obo —— Olympus M.Zuiko ED 7-14mm f2.8 PRO Lens Killer wide angle lens, fast f2.8, very close focusing. MSC silent mechanism for video use. Assignable function button. Rugged PRO weatherproof metal body. Demo, used very lightly. Complete in box, bag, manual. A- condition $825/obo --- Olympus MZ Digital ED 12-100MM f4 IS PRO Lens The M. Zuiko Digital ED 12-100mm f4.0 IS PRO lens is in a class by itself. It’s the only professional high magnification zoom to cover a 35mm equivalent 24-200mm focal range all on its own. Assignable function button. Capture images with razor sharpness thanks to 5-Axis Sync IS, the world’s most powerful image stabilization system. Every inch of this lens is PRO: weatherproof construction, fast auto focusing and effortless control. Its broad focal length lets you shoot portraits, wide-angle, landscapes, and macro. One lens. Unprecedented versatility. Excellent video lens for above water use. A+ condition Demo, used very lightly. Complete in box, bag, manual. $850/obo ---- Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f2.8 Macro Lens - A condition - This high quality macro lens is ideal for shooting a wide range of underwater macro photos. Featuring a closest focusing distance of 7.4 inches, this lens has excellent close-up capability with 1X magnification, and dust-/splash-proof construction. Focus limiter switch. This is the go-to macro lens for m4/3rds! Demo, used very lightly. Complete in box, bag, manual. $350/obo
  17. 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
  18. I'm hoping for a little clarification. I just got a set of inon 330s and I'm having a hard time understanding the manual. Can someone explain the ev control switch and it's use on ttl vs manual. The advanced cancel circuit switch. Should I have it on the up position only when shooting manual?
  19. I have an Olympus PT-EP13 Underwater Housing for the Olympus OMD EM5 Mark II camera, and the housing has flooded 3 times. The first time I thought it was the Zen wide angle port, and put the stock port back on. Soaked the housing in water and dried the springs, buttons, etc. well. All good for 6 months, then another major housing flood. Soaked and dried again, this time taking off the tiny screws that hold the port glass and cleaning sand off the 2 glass O rings. All good for a couple dives, then small amounts of water intrusion while diving around 80 feet. Took the housing down without the camera after soaking and drying again- no water intrusion. Took it down again without the camera, and there was water intrusion when pushing the buttons. At this point, I don't trust the housing any longer. Olympus already doesn't make the housing any longer and no store carries it. Does anyone have any suggestions? I really don't want to buy another camera and housing set up, and am severely bummed. Thanks, Divingmama
  20. Hi all. I'm selling my Olympus OMD EM10 Mk2 and Nauticam Housing. Please see the pictures below. Selling with 3 lenses but no ports plus a few extras like the camera grip and the nauticam trigger extension. I take very good care of my cameras. Housing has never flooded and only shows minor cosmetic marks. Im looking for 1200 Euro plus shipping costs. Feel free to ask me any questions you might have. Location: Ireland Preferred method of payment: Paypal (buyer pays fees)
  21. I have a complete Olympus EM1-mark 2 Nauticam set for sale, including the following items: - Nauticam NA-EM1II housing, including vacuum valve and lanyard ($1,300) - EM1II body and flash ($1,000) - ZEN 170mm glass dome port ($600) - Olympus 8mm fisheye PRO lens (works with the ZEN dome port) ($750) - Nauticam 7" acrylic dome port ($400) - Panasonic Leica 8-18mm wide angle zoom lens (works with the Nauticam dome port) ($750) - Zoom gear for the 8-18mm lens ($200) - Olympus 12-100mm IS PRO lens, great all-round for topside use ($750) - Spare o-rings for the housing, vacuum valve, and ports (free) Total for the entire set is $5,750, including shipping within the US. I will also include a circular polarizer filter for the 8-18mm. I am looking to sell it as a complete set. All the gear is in great condition, always taken care of very well, rinsed extensively after every dive. It has never been flooded, the vacuum system works perfectly. There are no scratches on the domes or lenses. The only thing worth mentioning is that the ZEN dome has some hard water stains on it, but this does not affect image quality at all, it's just a cosmetic issue. If you are interested, I can provide pictures of everything, just send me an email at ruudstelten@gmail.com
  22. Hi, I'm trying to put together a lighting system for my olympus t6. Right now I own the camera and the olympus housing. I shoot a lot of macro but I don't want to but equipment that limits me to only macro. I also want equipment that is good enough to go to my next camera when I eventually replace my a6000 with a new version and buy a housing for it. I'm thinking of doing either the ys-01 or the inon s2000 I'm hoping to get some advice here on building a really good bang for the buck system. I know there is the thought to buy the best and cry later...but I also need to eat so that is not in the cards. Below if what I'm looking at getting so far. Also here is a link to my underwater flickr..You can see the kind of photos that I take. For body and arms I looked at backscatter and was kinda blown away by the prices. I found this tray and arm combo on amazon..Its prime so I figure if I get it and its no good I can always return it. I also have a multitude of budget flashlights and instead of buying a purpose built video light or focus light my plan is to use one of my flashlights as a focus light. I also found the cold shoe adapters on amazon and the mount. I'm looking for a better price on the fiber optic cables..they seem wildly expensive on backscatter for what they are.
  23. I finally got a gallery posted of some of my images from our Philippines trip earlier this year. I guess one good thing about staying at home is there is a lot of time to process images! We spent 2 weeks there, 5 days diving in Anilao and the rest over in Puerto Galera. I will hopefully post the Puerto Galera shots soon but here is the link to the Anilao gallery. https://www.elsasserphotography.com/Galleries/Anilao-2020/ All taken with the following gear Olympus em1 mk2 Nauticam housing 2 x YSD2 strobes Olympus 60mm macro lens (except for the seascape shot) I have been very happy with the EM1 MK2 underwater for underwater macro subjects. Thanks for looking, any comments or critiques are very welcomed.
  24. I have a Nauticam NA-EM1 for the Olympus EM-1 mk1. I got this in a trade with one of my dive buddies and I’m the second owner. It’s in good working order but is a little scratched up. I used it a few times and didn’t have any leaks. The leak detector works well but I’m not able to get the LED to green but it does go red when I release pressure so I know it works. Comes with the housing, handles, pump, and wrench. Asking $350 shipped inside the continental US. I accept PayPal (you’re responsible for any fees).
  25. 4.33” dome port (36132) and extension ring 20 (36620). Used maybe 5 dives. Great condition, no scratches. Asking $400 for both. Includes shipping in continental US. Pictures float arms are not included.
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