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  1. As new, for Sony e-mount, bought it new 1 year ago. Available to ship it from Australia. Price 280 AUD, including worldwide shipping.
  2. Much as it hurts me to do this. I’m putting my barely-used and mint-condition Sony A6500/Fantasea underwater kit up for sale. 12 months ago I foolishly tried to buy my way into a better work/life balance, with more time spent underwater. But I have failed resoundingly. So the kit has been used on a grand total of a single one-week dive trip in the Maldives in January last year, and hasn't got wet since, so it's in as mint a condition as used kit can be really. The image quality this compact little kit puts out is really quite exceptional. Comparing the results to what my dive buddy was getting with his Nauticam/D800e setup, it really wasn’t giving up a lot (with added bonus of terrific 4k video as well). The phase-detect autofocus is Sony’s latest tech, and performs terrifically (even in dim, and murky water). The image quality is fantastic, and the housing is compact, comfortable in the hands, and as easy to operate underwater as the pricier aluminium options (Fantasea really have done an excellent job with the ergonomics). I’ve sold off the more specific lenses and ports, so this is basically the base Fantasea kit. The flat port paired with the nifty little 16-50mm will let you easily expand with Fantasea’s excellent wide-angle and macro wet lenses (which allow you to shoot both wide-angle and macro in a single dive). And to make life easier (and reduce the stress of taking so much expensive kit beneath the waves) there’s also the terrific Leak Sentinel v5 Vacuum System (with LED indicators), and a moisture detector in the housing itself. The kit includes: CAMERA: Sony A6500 Sony E 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 3x Sony NP-FW50 Batteries HOUSING: Fantasea FA6500 Housing for Sony a6500 and a6300 Fantasea FML Flat Port 34 Leak Sentinel V5 SeaLife Flex­connect Dual Tray 2x SeaLife Flex­connect Ball Joint Adapter SL999 ­(male) 2x SeaLife Flex­connect Grip 6x SeaLife Flex­connect Flex Arms 2X Sea & Sea Fibre Optic Cables Spare O-Rings, grease, vacuum pump etc. etc. So get yourself some cheap happiness at the mere cost of my misery/failure! $4,900 AUD worth of practically new kit, yours for $3400 AUD / $2300 USD + Shipping Pickup available from Melbourne, Australia. Or I can ship it wherever you need. Cheers, Mark
  3. For Sale is a Nauticam a6500 housing New/Never Wet with all original packaging and accessories. This was a birthday gift but I already have the housing so I need to sell it to buy other things I need I can supply photos if needed. retail is $1800 but I'm selling for $1450 (this one doesn't have the carry case) buyer pays Shipping and Paypal fees my email is deedeeflores01@aol.com
  4. Greetings! I have just recently upgraded and am selling my mirrorless underwater system! I have really enjoyed it and it took a lot of personal deliberation before deciding to finally let it go and fully commit to my new set up. The sony a6500 is a great underwater camera for photographers getting serious! For Sale: Sony a6500 camera: $900 or nearest offer, 16-50mm lens included. $800 body only. Sony 16-50mm lens: $150 Fantasea FA6500 Housing: $650 with port and zoom gear. $500 housing body only. Fantasia FML Flat Port 34 with zoom gear: $200 Fantasea - AOI UWL-09F Wide Angle Wet Lens: $400 See below for details and photos of each item! Please send direct message with any questions. The items are located in the USA. I do not favor shipping internationally since it is more costly to you (I would add shipping cost to the price), takes longer, and seems to be more risky. But if you are really interested we can discuss it over private message. Sony a6500 mirrorless cropped sensor camera body AND Sony 16-50 mm kit lens: ($900 o.b.o.) Good condition, gently used with signs of normal wear. Just over 11,200 shutter actuations, but this camera is one of the best in it's class, with the mechanical shutter rated up to 200,000 actuations. The sensor is perfect, and the back display screen is in great condition. All buttons and functions working perfect and properly. I have a battery charger and 5 batteries for it included. I also have the original box and operations manual for the new owner. The Sony E-mount 16-50mm lens is included and is in perfect condition. Glass is flawless and autofocus works perfect. I used this lens underwater with nice results! It is a very good versatile lens and I have also used macro wet diopters and a wet wide angle dome with it with happy results I also have two polarizer filters, a couple ND filters, and a few macro diopters for the 16-50mm lens included, as well as a Sony camera bag, neoprene camera case, I am selling the sony camera body and lens together, but send me a message if you are interested in either piece separate. Please ask if you want to see more photos. Asking $900 for the camera and lens. The items are located in the US and I prefer to ship within the continental USA, but please contact me for international shipping rates and I can do some research. Fantasea FA6500 Housing AND FML Flat Port 34 with zoom gear ($650 o.b.o) The housing has been set for the a6500, but can be converted to be used with the a6300. I will include the tools and guide that came with the housing. The housing is in great, almost-new condition, but with some scratches on one of the fiber optic connection holes. The fiber optics still fit fine and it is only cosmetic and does not affect functionality. Other than that, it is flawless and has never been flooded. I will include original o-rings and also Fantasea replacement o-rings. (Original Retail Price $750). Also included is the Fantasea FML Flat Port 34 with zoom gear to fit the Sony 16-50mm lens. The port lens is in good condition with no scratches or blemishes and the zoom gear is perfect. (original price $400). I also have a cheap tray that served me quite well for a couple of years that I will throw in to whoever buys the housing! (see photo) Fantasea - AOI UWL-09F Wide Angle Wet Lens with protective case and adapter. ($400 o.b.o.) A wonderful wet wide angle lens, fits a 67mm housing port thread. 130 degree field of view. The original price is $700 for a new one, this one is used and has some minor scuffs and one small scratch on the dome. This has not interfered with photos as far as I have noticed! I will try to upload some sample photos that I took with it recently. I used this wet lens with the Sony a6500 and kit 16-50mm lens with very satisfying results! Please direct message me with any questions!
  5. Calling all Sony shooters! We just got our hands on the new Sony RX100 VII and tested it out with the Ikelite housing for the RX100 VI! As expected, the RX100 VII fits perfectly and works with the Ikelite RX100 VI housing!!!!! Stay tuned, as we will be updating you shortly on the compatibility with the rest of the housings brands! Feel free to message me with any questions.
  6. Gates AX700/Z90 housing and the following: 1) Gates GP 34A Wide angle port 2) Top carry handle 3) Saga 174 67mm single flip diopter clamp (diopter not included) 4) Tripod mount ( no legs) 5) Dive & See HDMI bulkhead 6) Sony AX700 4K (UHD) video camera with NP-FV100A extended battery All purchased around June 2018. In perfect condition. New this rig would be close to 8K. selling for 4500.00 plus shipping
  7. Have the ikelite housing for Sony a7rii along with 8 inch dome port, port extension 5510.24, ikelite port extension 75020 and flat port. Also included ikelite zoom sleeve 5509.28. Selling a union-z240 type 4 and ikelite cord. only used this system twice every thing is in good condition. would like to sell as a package but will sell the flash separate. ikelite housing package- $1700 inon-z240 $300 buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees Pics on Dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zacnbrlwelx3gq4/AAAXsZvmuikSx-GrCuNjMOhPa?dl=0
  8. Sony Fe 16-35 f4 with Nauticam SE1635 Zoom gear. Both in excellent condition with original box and papers. $950.00 with free shipping within the continental US.
  9. Hi, I'm using the Sony A7R II in Nauticam housing, with the Sony FE 28mm f2 and Nauticam WWL-1 as my setup for wide angle. Lighting is Sea&Sea YS-D1 x2 + iTorch 2800 focus light. I am interested in a wider option, up to and including fisheye. The intended application is upcoming wide angle workshops in the Red Sea and Cayman. I looked at the fisheye converter for the 28mm lens and corresponding ports and domes. My concern is being stuck with only one photography "look" (fisheye) and one focal length for an entire trip, as I cannot imagine traveling with both setups. I am considering the Sony FE 16-35mm GMaster with Nauticam 180mm glass dome or Canon 8-15mm via Metabones adapter as possible alternatives. Could I get some advice on these choices? If anybody has hands-on expereince with any of these setups, that would be especially useful. Some specific questions: 1. Is the concern about the fisheye converter justified? Or would that option still give enough flexibility for general use? 2. Would the 16-35 option be a significant improvement over my current setup? I cannot find info on the expected field of view of this setup anywhere. 3. How close to a native lens is the performance of the Canon 8-15 via adapter on this camera underwater? I don't consider myself a very skilled photographer, and even a modest drop in autofocus performance would very likely cripple me. Thank you very much!
  10. I have upgraded to a DSLR UW-rig and have a Nauticam WWL-1 wet lens for sale in mint condition. For use with Sony E, FE systems such as the full frame Sony A7, Canon M or Micro 4/3 such as Olympus M.ZUIKO, Panasonic Lumix. It is also great for compact cameras such as Sony RX100 version II to V and Canon PowerShot G7X, G16, S120 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 With this lens you can take 130° wide angle pictures but also shoot awesome close focus WA pictures. Excerpt from Nauticams website. (read more and take a look at pictures taken with the WWL-1 lens at Nauticams website) BREAKTHROUGH LENS DESIGN ZOOM TO FRAME STUNNING FIELD OF VIEW INCREDIBLE SHARPNESS & CONTRAST CLOSE FOCUS Current backscatter price is US$1680: Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Lens 130°, $1,320 Nauticam Buoyancy Collar, $58 Nauticam Hard Cap, $92 N50 Short port with M67 thread, $210 Included in the package: Carrying Case Neoprene Cover Rear Lens Cap for WWL M67 Mounting Ring Bayonet Mounting Ring Buoyancy Collar Front hard cap N50 Short port with M67 thread I'm only asking for US$800 plus shipping. I live in Sweden and the shipping is around $50-60 to US.
  11. Hi, Looking to upgrade from my current gear. After a bit of research and reading these forums the Sony A6500 with Sony 10 to 18 F/4 lens in a nauticam housing (with 7" dome) appears to be the best to suit me. Currently one Inon 240Z strobe (would like 2 but $$ limiting at moment with upgrade of gear). I do a lot of technical wreck diving (with camera) (typically 30 to 65 metres) and also shallow reef/muck photos. Have had a great couple of years playing with my Canon with 18 to 55 lens and 50 mm macro. Any thoughts / experience with the Sony A6500 for underwater photos? Interested in the low light capabilities.... Comments or advice? Thanks!
  12. Hi all! I was quite active as a beginner here a few months ago, asking lots and lots of questions mostly about Nikon FX and the Nauticam WACP. I reached the conclusion that the D850 I already own with a WACP should be my best bet for optimum quality, but held off purchasing simply because of cost. Since then I’ve been thinking, and I’m now investigating other alternatives. Reasons for doing so include * size and weight (topside) of WACP solution, especially when travelling. * yes, cost. * not being sure I’ll be happy with having 25 mm (70 mm x 0.36) as my longest focal length. The alternatives I’m now looking at all include the WWL-1, which I gather is in many respects the equivalent of the WACP (albeit a removable wetlens) for smaller sensors. My plan with this post is to ask you whether I seem to have understood things correctly. I’ve been looking at two camera and three lenses. The Sony A6400 with 16-50, and the Olympus E-M1 MkII with either 14-42 or 12-50. Camera-wise the A6400 would give me about an extra stop of sensor performance. In fact, make that two stops at base ISO since A6400 goes to ISO 100, E-M1 to 200. (DxOMark and photonstophotos don’t quite agree though, I don’t quite know what to make of that.) I should also get a significantly better AF with A6400. The E-M1 on the other hand would give me IBIS and 2/3 stops better flash sync (1/250 s I believe, 1/160 s on the Sony). In fact, the Sony would lock me at 1/160 s or slower even if I turned off my strobes, since that’s what it does when the popup flash is raised. (The slow sync speed of the Sony should, in scenarios with sunlit backgrounds, be offset by the sensor’s theoretically better dynamic range at base ISO, but being locked at 1/160 s is still a bummer.) As for lenses, the 14-42 allows full zoom-through, giving full-frame equivalent of 10-30 mm with the WWL-1. This is better than the WACP. Using the 12-50 it vignettes until at 16 mm, giving maybe 12-36 mm equiv with WWL-1 assuming full zoom-through, which is still highly respectable by my standards. On the Sony side the 16-50 vignettes until 20 mm, giving 11-27 mm equiv. HOWEVER, if I use the bayonet mount the WWL-1 is easily removed, quickly opening up mid-range focal lengths should I need them. This is not possible with the WACP. Being behind a flat port I guess I need to go to maybe 40 mm (equiv) or so before getting rid of the most horrible corner issues, so there will be a gap in usable FOV:s but I think that will be ok. Also, I’m not sure but I think I should be able to use e.g. the SMC-1 with all of these lenses. I’m not sure how that would compare to a dedicated macro lens, but it should give me wide-angle, mid-range and macro on the same dive, which again would not be possible with the WACP. Of course I would be sacrificing resolution and dynamic range if I’m not using my D850. I have a couple of follow-up questions. But as a start – does this sound about accurate?
  13. Hi everyone I am trying to make up my mind about the Seafrogs ( or Meikon ) housing for Sony a6500. The price point is very attractive but I need some real life trusted feedback about their new interchangeable port housings rated at 60m. i've seen some reviews out there but most of them are surfers not divers. Has anyone purchased their housing and dived with it? What is your opinion about it?
  14. I am looking for Nauticam housing for Sony A7III. I know it will be very difficult to find one since the release of camera is quite recent. But I still wanna take a chance to look for used housing with a great shape/condition. Currently just looking for the main body housing since the port setups are quite ready. Thanks!
  15. Selling a complete Ikelite set for the Sony Alpha 6300. Ikelite 6910.63 Underwater housing for Sony a 6300 LIKE NEW Ikelite 5516.80 Mirrorless port adapter for modular 8" dome LIKE NEW Ikelite 5516.69 Mirrorless 2" lens extension NEW, never used Ikelite 5510.45 dome port 8" USED Total: 1320€ Shipping around the world
  16. Went down to Antarctica in March (7 days on the peninsula). We made it down past the polar circle to 66˚ 33’ 47.5’S and were able to dive under an iceberg in Crystal Sound where a friendly and curious crabeater seal chose to spend some time with us under the ice. A pretty magical experience. A few photos embedded here. For more pictures see: instagram.com/bunderwater by Michael Heyns, on Flickr by Michael Heyns, on Flickr Michael Heyns, on Flickr by Michael Heyns, on Flickr
  17. Hi guys, I own a Sony alpha6500 housed in a Nauticam system. I was wondering if anybody can advice on the best combo MACRO lens plus port. Cheers Francesco
  18. I am in the process of upgrading to a different camera system. For sale is my barely used RX100 with Recsea housing. The following is offered for sale: Sony RX100 Mk1 with extra batteries $275.00 Recsea Housing $300.00 Sea&Sea YS-01 Strobes $250.00 each
  19. Rarely used Zeiss Touit 50mm f/2.8M Macro Lens (Sony E-Mount) for sale including box and all accessories. Front Lens Cap Rear Lens Cap Lens Hood Looks mint, no scratches or dings. Fair Price $550 including insured shipping withing the US.
  20. Has anyone here tried mounting a Nauticam WWL-1 on a Meikon a6000 housing to use with the 16-50 lens? The lens is one of the recommended lenses to be used with the a6000/a6300 and the WWL-1. It seems odd to be putting such an expensive wet lens on a cheapo Meikon housing but I'm trying to take baby steps to get where I want to be. I've been shooting on an old Oly E-PM1 rig and soon found out that I've outgrown it. I'm a photographer/videographer by trade and own several high end cameras (A7rII, A7s, 5D3, GH3, C100) for my work, but wanted to start slowly with my underwater rig to make sure that it's something that I'd like enough to continue. I've found that while the E-PM1 was nice to learn on, I'm missing the responsiveness, AF, and quality of files of my higher end cameras. This leads me to the a6000 and the WWL-1. Eventually, I'd like a Nauticam a6500 w/16-50 to be used with the WWL-1 and a CMC. I have a pair of Sea & Sea 110a strobes that I'll be using with the a6000. In the meantime, I've found an inexpensive a6000 with a Meikon housing and 16-50 lens that might be a good stepping stone to the a6500 w/Nauticam housing. Since the front of the Meikon port has a 67mm thread, would the WWL-1 mount and work with the a6000 & 16-50 combo the same as it would on a Nauticam housing?
  21. Asking: $1,750 Selling my used A6500 underwater camera video//still photo camera set up. The camera is great, but time for me to upgrade, as I mainly shoot video and want the BMPCC 2 system $$$$ I have the strobe mounts and handle strap, they just are not in the kit pictured here... I took them off, as I only use for free-diving and wanted to streamline my setup. Open to parting out if can sell at decent price point. NAUTICAM NA-A6500 W/ Camera body (A6500) and NAUTICAM 7" ACRYLIC WIDE-ANGLE DOME PORT FOR SONY E MOUNT 10-18MM F4 & 16-70MM F4
  22. Sony A7R2 and Aquatica Setup for sale! Lots of additional accessories included. Camera: Sony A7R2 full frame mirrorless camera (2 years old with no noticeable cosmetic flaws. Flawless operation). Retail Price: US$1598 Zeiss Batis f1.8/85mm lens (2 years old with no noticeable cosmetic flaws. Missing hood. Flawless operation). Retail Price US$1000 Sony Vario-Tessar Zeiss f4/16-35mm lens (1 year old with no noticeable cosmetic flaws. Flawless operation). Retail Price US$1348 Dual LCD battery charger (UK plug. Flawless operation). Retail Price - US$25 3 Sony NP-FW50 Li-ion batteries. Retail Price US$50 ea Sony 64GB 95MB/s Memory Card. Retail Price US$47 Housing: Aquatica Housing for Sony A7R2 (A72/A7S2) Flash Trigger and Vacuum Kit installed (1 year old. minor scuff on the back underside. Flawless operation). Retail Price: US$2600 Aquatica Port Extension Ring for 16-35mm lens (1 year old. Good condition). Retail Price: US$309 Aquatica 8 inch Dome and Shade (1 year old. No visible scratches on dome or shade). Retail Price: US$688 2 ULCS Base Adapter wide for Aquatica Housing handles (1 year old. Like new). Retail Price: $47 Total retail price for entire setup: US$ 7812 Asking Price (without postage): US$5200 ONO Included with the items listed above are a vacuum pump,all original spare Aquatica fittings and tools, and original Aquatica O-ring kit and spares. The setup is ready to dive and performs admirably for both video and photo and is ideal for anyone looking to make the jump toward semi-professional equipment. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any queries or for pictures of the kit! Looking forward to doing business together.
  23. I switched over to the Nauticam world after using Ikelite for the last handful of years. I'm looking to get appropriate ports/extensions for my 90mm macro and 28mm w/ 16mm Fisheye Converter For the 90mm Macro: Port - 37126 ( N100 Macro port 105) For the 28 with FEC Port Base - 37303 (N100 to N120 35.5mm port adaptor with zoom/focus knob) Extension - 21130 (Extension ring 30 with lock) Lens port - 18810 (N120 140mm optical glass fisheye port) I am also in the market for the M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses for my WWL-1 The part that attaches to the front of the 67mm threaded port, converting it to bayonet. na-83213 I think this is what I want to screw onto my 28mm f2 Port (37127) to be compatible with the bayonet mount on my WWL-1 Many thanks!
  24. For Sale is a Zeiss Touit for Sony 12mm lens with a Zen N85 to Sea&Sea port adapter and a Zen 170mm Optical Glass Dome Port with Sea&Sea mount ring which can be changed to a Nauticam N120 mount ring the lens has been lightly used and is a stellar lens optically but the port adapter and the dome are new never wet these were purchased for a trip that fell through the pieces are as follows Zeiss Touit 12mm for Sony lens Retail Price $999 your Price $799 Zen/Nauticam N85 60mm ext ring Retail Price $199 Your Price $149 Zen/Sea&Sea 170mm Dome Port Retail Price $999 Your Price $799 Buyer pays Shipping/Insurance and Paypal fees US Shipping Only my email is deedeeflores01@aol.com
  25. I have a question for owner of Gates housings with threaded ball mounts on the top of grip handles. Could you please tell me how significant is a problem with threaded ball mounts becoming loose? In the review of Gates AX700 / Z90 Housing (Sony FDR-AX700 / HXR-NX80 / PXW-Z90 / PXW-X70) by Karena and John Ellerbrock (owner of Gates), they pointed out on a problem with threaded ball mounts: "Ball mount on the top of the grip handles have been ¼-20 threaded type for over 20 years. They worked well, but have a tendency to rotate loose. Especially when re-positioning GT14 lights. So we fixed it. Within 3 days of our return to the office, a new design was done and headed to production. No more loose / spinning ball mounts." ​To address the problem, they developed no spin ball mounts, which are sold separately for $94 a pair (!). How big is this problem to spend additional $94 to address this design flaw? Also, have you experienced any other problems with this housing? Many thanks.
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