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US$ 495 My name is Andrey Savin. I live in the Philippines (Negros Oriental, near Dumaguete) I can ship worldwide. Buyers pays shipping cost and bank/PP fee Payment via PayPal or Bank transfer The package is presented in the photo. The condition is good, never flooded, never repaired, the lenses are clearly fixed in the desired position. The thread works fine, does not stick. No scratches on the glasses. On the body there are a couple of scratches - they can be seen in the photo. Bought 2 years ago in Hong Kong. Shipping cost https://www.phlpost.gov.ph/get_rates.php(1 US$ = 51 PHP, parcel gross weight not more 1 kg) My other lots for sale here : Nauticam CMC-2, Nauticam Wet Mate lens, Retra LSD snoot, 7x arm set, pair of Nitescuba S1 video lights, pair of Scubalamp V6K video lights, pair of Orcatorch canister torch D620, ... SAGA Trio specifications: Size: 136 x 84 x 73mm Weight: 708 gr/1.6 lbs Weight in Water: 200 gr/.44 pounds Aluminum 6082 Hard anodized, with extra hard on the working areas (Thread and levers) Lenses are Vacuum Sealed This lens revolutionizes all the wet magnification systems now available. You can switch between 0, +5, +10, +15 diopters quickly all with one device! The patented system of two levers makes it possible for photographers to use a very easy system of changing the magnification, even while they are looking through the viewfinder. Trio allows you to reach 4 different power ratios in the minimum time possible, and with maximum optical quality. Manufactured in mechanized aluminum with hard anodizing, Trio has two groups of lenses, one with a +5 diopter and the other with a +10. These two groups can be moved independently, so 4 levels of magnification can be achieved. With the the two levers in the upper position, you can use your lens normally - focusing to infinity as normal without any vignetting. The Trio lens system is designed to be used with macro lenses such as the Canon 100mm or Nikon 105mm, even with some 150 or 180mm lenses, and it can also be used with 60mm macro lenses. Flipping the first lever adds a +5 diopter, second one adds a +10, and with the 2 levers in the lower position stacks the two groups of lenses and for a +15 diopter lens. The lens is attached to any 67mm threaded port. If your port doesn't have a 67mm thread, Saga Dive makes an adapter for any kind of port. Once it is attached, the lens can be moved to any place by rotating, so it can be rotated to any preferred position we prefer, for flexibility with lighting.
I have an RX100 Mk1 and Nauticam housing for it. I'd like to get some Macro lenses and trying to figure out best options. So far I've narrowed down my plan to a dedicated +5-7 diopter lens and a more powerful +10-13 diopter lens, rather than stacking lower power lenses, because that seems to be a better approach. Given that, what lenses should I get? SAGA +5 and +10? Nauticam CMC-2 and CMC-1? Bluewater +7 and Kraken +12? SubSea +5 and +10? I have a Kraken wide angle lens (KRL-4) which I like (for the price), but I ultimately want to get whichever lens will be the best value for money. Ideally don't want to go too expensive on this (the Nauticam solution for example), unless I'm given solid reasons to do so. Thanks!
Nikon 60mm macro + F.I.T. +10 diopters x1 or x2 (depends on subject size) + SAGA Magic Ball Lens + INON Z-240 type 4 Strobes Here is the blog article with some of my photos. http://goo.gl/iehglD Next time I will try to combine remote strobes & color filters.
This is in great condition. The only negative, though minor, is that the original pins it came with to tighten it to your housing or port were lost. The pictured screws work perfectly for this job, or easier just finger tighten the ring and use the holder itself to finish tightening it. I have never used the pins or screws with it. Used one trip to Lembeh with Subsee +10 and Inon UCL-165. Works great! I have two flip adapters, don't need both! (reference link for info and such -- at reef) Item pictured is exactly you will receive...it's not a plucked internet picture. Sells at Reef Photo for $230...asking just $175 shipped & PayPal included USA shipping only. That means you must have an address in the USA for me to ship it to.