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  1. I am selling my used Olympus TG-2 waterproof camera and waterproof housing (Olympus PT-053). The camera is waterproof to 12m (40ft) by itself and the housing is rated to 45m (150ft). This is a fantastic little waterproof camera! I have tried many and this is the only model worth purchasing. I am only selling it because I just upgraded to the Olympus TG-4. I mostly used the camera and housing while SCUBA diving but I have also used it without the housing while snorkeling or taking pictures of friends surfing. The housing is pretty slim but it is nice to have the option to use the rugged camera at the surface on its own. I have entered photos taken with this camera in underwater photography contests and many have won prizes. My dive buddy has a much, much fancier camera and this powerful little camera does very well in comparison. Here is a link to Amazon for more info about the camera: https://www.amazon.com/Olympus-Stylus-Digital-Camera-Optical/dp/B00AQ2BWP4 Here is a link for more info about the housing: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/860061-REG/Olympus_V6300550U000_PT_053_Underwater_Housing_for.html The back LCD of the camera has some small scratches that are shown in one of the pictures. This has absolutely no effect on images or camera use. The rest of the camera (including the lens) is in perfect condition. The housing has some very light scuff marks from use but the lens is scratch-free. I have never had an issue with the housing leaking. Please ask if you have any additional questions. $400 includes camera, 1 battery, 1 USB charging/image transfer cable, USB wall plug, waterproof housing, 1 strobe adapter for the housing, 2 wrist straps (1 is attached to the housing, 1 can be attached to the camera), original boxes and instruction books
  2. Hello Wetpixel Hivemind! I'm hoping for some feedback on the more affordable series of housings to be used with one of the high end compacts like the Sony RX-100 (any one of the 3 models) or Canon G7X. I know that the Nauticam and Recsea aluminum housings are the stars, and that's all I hear from people in retail. But I know the less expensive housings see plenty of use and popularity, so can any of you chime in and let me know your experiences and thoughts on it? Any comments on reliability (most importantly, will it stay dry??), functionality of buttons etc, ergonomics, size (I've decided to go with a compact mostly for size and flexibility), and accessory lens options would be greatly appreciated. I would also be happy for any thoughts on Meikon and manufacturer housings (Canon etc). My understanding is that these housings are just not up to snuff for an avid diver and intermediate photographer (not all functions are available, plastic warps shallower than rated for, etc). And just for context, I dive a lot in cold water, I've been photographing for several years and have loved macro in the past, but never had the opportunity to do wide angle, and I am very excited to finally be able to try it. Thanks so much for any input! Cheers Emma
  3. Up for sale is a almost new (used for three months) Canon S110 Complete Underwater System. Canon S110 Nauticam Housing Inon S-2000 Strobe Fiber Optic cable Left and Right Tray with Arms and clamps Prefer to sell complete system -- lots of extras too. All boxes and packing materials. I've upgraded to a DSLR and would like to sell this camera.
  4. Up for sale is a almost new (used for three months) Canon S110 Complete Underwater System. Canon S110 Nauticam Housing Inon S-2000 Strobe Fiber Optic cable Left and Right Tray with Arms and clamps Prefer to sell complete system -- lots of extras too. All boxes and packing materials. I've upgraded to a DSLR and would like to sell this camera.
  5. Complete Canon S-110 System -- Everything -- really everything you need - including travel bags and a Polar Bear Cooler for protection while transporting your new camera! Boxes, lubes, extra o rings, instruction manuals, Nauticam housing with tools, camera lanyard, memory cards, extra batteries, battery chargers, card readers -- even original boxes!!! I purchased this system (from Reef Photo) for a January 2014 trip and decided to upgrade my system to a DSLR. All equipment is in mint condition -- no flooding, excellent condition -- no damage, dings scratches, well cared for almost new out of the box condition. Here's what is included: Canon Digital Camera S-110 Three Memory Cards 8GB, 16GB and 32GB - Plastic Case for storage Two camera Batteries - Canon Battery Charger Two Memory Card Readers Travel Camera Bag, lined with Velcro Divider Original Box with papers Nauticam NA-S110 Housing Original Box with Papers Nauticam Housing Tools Travel Housing Bag, lined with Velcro Divider Extra Housing O Ring - O Ring removal tool Nauticam Lube - Soft Travel Bag for Camera and Housing Inon S-2000 Strobes (2) Original Boxes with papers Spare O Rings (2) Inon mounts Inon Lube (2) Nauticam 125mm Double Arm Segments (4) Nauticam Clamp for 1" Balls (2) Nauticam Sea and Sea Fiber Optic Cables (8) AA Rechargeable Batteries (2) AA AC Rechargers (2) Nauticam Ball Mounts for Inon Strobes (2) Soft Travel Bags with Velcro dividers Nauticam Tray Base Nauticam Right Handle for Tray Lanyard for camera tray to secure to your BC Travel Pouches for Arms, clamps and all instruction manuals Polar Bear Travel Cooler I paid over 3,800.00 for Camera and Accessories --- can be yours for $3000 - contact me with any questions --
  6. Complete Canon S-110 System -- Everything -- really everything you need - including travel bags and a Polar Bear Cooler for protection while transporting your new camera! Boxes, lubes, extra o rings, instruction manuals, Nauticam housing with tools, camera lanyard, memory cards, extra batteries, battery chargers, card readers -- even original boxes!!! I purchased this system (from Reef Photo) for a January 2014 trip and decided to upgrade my system to a DSLR. All equipment is in mint condition -- no flooding, excellent condition -- no damage, dings scratches, well cared for almost new out of the box condition. Here's what is included: Canon Digital Camera S-110 Three Memory Cards 8GB, 16GB and 32GB - Plastic Case for storage Two camera Batteries - Canon Battery Charger Two Memory Card Readers Travel Camera Bag, lined with Velcro Divider Original Box with papers Nauticam NA-S110 Housing Original Box with Papers Nauticam Housing Tools Travel Housing Bag, lined with Velcro Divider Extra Housing O Ring - O Ring removal tool Nauticam Lube - Soft Travel Bag for Camera and Housing Inon S-2000 Strobes (2) Original Boxes with papers Spare O Rings (2) Inon mounts Inon Lube (2) Nauticam 125mm Double Arm Segments (4) Nauticam Clamp for 1" Balls (2) Nauticam Sea and Sea Fiber Optic Cables (8) AA Rechargeable Batteries (2) AA AC Rechargers (2) Nauticam Ball Mounts for Inon Strobes (2) Soft Travel Bags with Velcro dividers Nauticam Tray Base Nauticam Right Handle for Tray Lanyard for camera tray to secure to your BC Travel Pouches for Arms, clamps and all instruction manuals Polar Bear Travel Cooler I paid over 3,800.00 for Camera and Accessories --- can be yours for $3000 - contact me with any questions --
  7. I have a Panasonic LX-7, but didn't get to experiment video much because I was caught up with shooting photo. I'm wondering what kind of point and shoot, or special trick could achieve this kind of result: The blue is very blue, while the whole area is very well colored. I used Magic Filter with custom white balance in my old Sanyo video camera, and still couldn't archive this kind of "Navy blue" kind of water. The video above is shot with Canon 5D Mark II by the way. I have the Canon 7D, from my experience, doing custom white balance is such a pain in the dSLR, does people really even do custom white balance under water with the dSLR since it's so not practical? By the way, that nice blue color is not just during under water, even on land (at the beach), the sky has very nice blue, so is white balance set to certain Kelvin or it's just the nature of the dSLR?
  8. Just came home from returning, unused, the underwater case for my Panasonic ZS7. I have no doubt that on my upcoming trip to Hawaii, I could have, in theory, taken nice snorkeling photos with that setup. But I'm not only a beginner underwater photographer, I'm also a beginner snorkeler, and will usually have two kids with me while snorkeling; the case was just too big and cumbersome for my purposes. So my current plan is to purchase an Olympus TG-1, a 45mm to 46mm step-up ring, and a 46mm threaded Auto Magic Filter. I'll use this setup only for snorkeling, no diving, and not on dry land, for which I have other cameras. Is this a reasonable setup? Should I worry about leaks? Is the filter a good choice, or should I worry about too-red images when I get closeup? (I have checked some of the many threads here on what equipment beginners should buy, but the conversation quickly turns to higher-end cameras and cases.) Thanks in advance.
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