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  1. Up for sale is a like new Nauticam SMC-1 super macro converter and an M67 Flip holder for M67 Macro Ports. These both have 2 dives on them and have no signs of use or wear. This the best magnifier for super macro converter on the market and is designed from the ground up for the purpose.Item description from Nauticam:https://www.nauticam.com/products/super-macro-convertor-1-2-3x-magnification The SMC-1 retails for $480 and the flip holder for$220. They can be both yours for $500. PayPal only unless you live in the San Francisco Bay area. 14-day money back guarantee. Buyer pays all shipping. Thanks for looking, Larry Garvey lcgarvey@astound.net
  2. I'm selling my Nauticam Multiplier and flip holder for the Nauticam SMC1 never wet I have already sold the SMC1 but have these for sale either separate or together shipping in US only and buyer pays shipping and paypal fees $300 | Nauticam SMC Multiplier Lens - ($450 new) In Mint Condition with original box and extras $100 | Nauticam Flip Multiplier Holder for SMC ($160 New) In Mint Condition in original box
  3. Nauticam Multiplier together with Flip Adapter for SMC-1 Both in excellent condition with minimal use. Glass clean with no scratches, flip adapter runs smooth. Paid 24,000THB new, selling for 18,000THB / $535 plus Tracked Shipping Costs from Thailand
  4. Hi, Finally got round to posting a few shots from my first try at Macro / Super Macro during a trip to Wakatobi. Was mostly concentrating on getting sharp focus... Found it pretty challenging with the straight viewfinder during the first 2 days. A 45 degree would help. (Was using the Canon 5D MKIII, Canon 100mm F2.8, Nauticam housing, 2 Inon Z-240s and the Nauticam Super Macro converter.) Below is a selection of the best results. Minor post processing in Lightroom, a little spot removal and vignetting. Would appreciate any thoughts and suggestions. Many Thanks
  5. For sale: Super macro setup (with Nikon/Aquatica system). I would prefer to sell everything as a package, but I’ve listed prices below for individual items. • Nikon AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Lens (Made in Japan) (Original packaging & extras included) $675.00 • Subsee +10 diopter $170.00 • Adapter for Subsee diopter. Fits Aquatica AQ-18426 Flat port $115.00 • Aquatica extension ring for Nikon 105mm lens (AQ-18453) $165.00 • Aquatica focus gear for Nikon 105mm lens (AQ-18712.1) $80.00 PACKAGE PRICE: $1,125.00 All of the glass is very clean, no scratches. The Nikon lens has 3 very small dents in the rubber focus ring from where the focus gear was fastened, but doesn’t affect the lens at all. Nikon lens also comes with Promaster UV filter. Free shipping within the U.S., buyer pays for any shipping insurance. Buyer splits Paypal fees. Feel free to PM with any questions. Thank you!
  6. Hello, I would like to buy a Nauticam CMC-1 Compact Macro Converter / Diopter If possible together with a M77 flip adapter holder. Price: negotiable Shipping to Germany Thank you very much.
  7. Has anyone used the Sealux close up lens range with a Canon 5D Mark II? http://www.sealux.de/en/products/photo-supplement/ports/uw-close-up-lens/ Can you share your experience? Thanks in advance.
  8. Hi, I've been using my Nikon D7000 with a Nikkor 60mm macro lens in a Sea&Sea housing since 2013 and lately gotten more and more into super macro (hairy shrimps, skeleton shrimps etc.). I have two INON UCL-165 (screw on), but still have to crop more than I would like if I take a picture of something like a Costasiella kuroshimae (Sheep nudibranch) and the depth of field gets ridiculous. I'm wondering what kind of options I have in upgrading my system. Would it be wiser to go with a) stronger wet lenses b) teleconverter c) extension tube or do I have other options? What are the pros and cons? If I can get better magnification and better depth of field I'm prepared to invest in a 105mm lens and extra housing parts as well. I'd love to get some extra working distance between me and my subjects as with both wet lenses on the subject is pretty much attached to the glass. I've attached some pictures just to show my cropping issue even though the order became messed up (pic 1 and 3 are from the same picture). Best Regards, Vigfus
  9. As NEX shooters will know all too well, there is a lack of lens options for the system. Up until recently, there has only been one dedicated wide angle option (16mm + FE) and one Macro option (30mm). It’s also possible to use the 18-55mm kit lens with external (wet) diopter for a closer perspective. Any other macro options? How about the Nikonos 80mm with extension tubes? I’ve recently completed two dives with my NEX 7 and the Nikonos 80mm. To improve focus distance, I attach two extension tubes . My quick impressions: Its super macro on the NEX! For NEX users, ‘nuff said. It’s fun! It’s a real challenge to shoot. I’ve had a lot of with this lens. I feel is a high risk, high reward type set up. Its best suited to calm conditions where you have plenty of time to shoot. i.e. Blue Heron Bridge. Several shots were on a recent night dive with a bit of current. My % keepers were much lower. A magnifying viewfinder is a necessity. Since you have to judge focus yourself. With extension tubes, the only way to focus is to rock in and out. With this lens, and underwater in general, I have not found the focus peaking on the NEX to work very well, even with focus lights. Maybe I’m doing it wrong…. It’s heavy. Having the system more neutral would help the handling a lot. Even at f16, DoF is razor thin. The resolution isn’t great. I think this has always been the issue with the 80mm, but the 24mpx on the NEX 7 doesn’t help it along. There is plenty of detail, just don’t crop down or pixel peep. First, the set up NO, NO. Look THIS way. Flounder eyes. Moving objects are difficult but not impossible. Both could be better, but for my level, not bad considering the limitations of the set up. Sometimes, even stationary subjects can be difficult. Hey, I meant to focus on the pinchers and not the eyes. I swear! When it works… Guitar fish eye, Corals, Worm, Blenny.
  10. I am currently using an Canon S100 in a recsea housing with adaptor for AD wet swaps. I have 2 x sea and sea strobes. I am using 2 x Inon 165AD macro lens. I just got back from Lembeh and the guide kept finding things that were too small for me using the two 165's. Is there any lens combination that I can use with the Recsea housing and my S100 that will let me full frame a critter that's say 5mm long? I have been offered a Olympus OM-D EM-1 Camera in a Nauticam housing that I know will solve the problem but I am otherwise happy with my present setup and a new lens or two or three will be a far cheaper option leaving more money for dive trips.
  11. Im looking to start super macro work. I have an Aquatica Housing snd I'm looking at the Aquatica and Subsee +5 and +10 dioptets. I was wanting to know if anyone has experience with either name brand? Is the a weight difference between the 2. Also, zi'm looking to get the SubSee dual lens adapter. Any thoughts on rhis setup? I would prefer nylon screws instead on the metal ones. Thanks for any info. Kirk
  12. FOR SALE: MACROMATE FOR SUBAL TYPE 3 PORT See http://www.backscatter.com/HostedStore.LassoApp?-ResponseLassoApp=detail.lasso&ID=8f5fab32d01cc233fc24fbacd2f8ad6d&s1op=cn&s1=MacroMate&sop=AND for details. Has had plenty of use but still in good condition with no scratches to the glass. Selling for £250 ($399) so grab a bargain. Comes with attachment for both the VR & non-VR port. Item is currently located in Thailand. Postage at buyers expense. Any questions, please email alex@dive4photos.com
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