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  1. For Sale: Tokina 10-17mm f3.5-4.5, AT-X, DX Fisheye lens for Nikon Mount, for $275.00 USD, excluding shipping and insurance. This is an excellent lens for wide angle uw photography. Since I did very little wide angle uw photography, this lens is in excellent condition. I also have the Nauticam Zoom Gear for this lens posted here. If purchasing both lens and zoom gear, I can offer a discount. If interested, please PM, or contact me on my website at http://www.kandfoto.comor on www.facebook.com/Kandfoto.
  2. Hi: I have a complete UW setup consisting of Nikon D7200 with Tokina 10-17mm lens, Subal ND7200 housing/extension tube/port, spare batteries for camera, manuals, etc. Has been used sparingly and is in as new condition (Two trips use) Asking $5000 Australian dollars (postage included). Is also listed on Ebay for auction starting at AUD $4500 and more photos there. Do not want to sell separately. Cheers, Chris cma.andovet@grapevine.net.au
  3. Tokina 10-17mm wide angle fish eye lens for Canon. Great cosmetic and working condition. Refer to photos $420 Nauticam zoom gear for Tokina 10-17mm (Canon) TC1017-Z NEW IN BOX NEVER USED $170 $5 shipping in the states for either item. $10 shipping in the states for both items. Payment through PayPal.
  4. Local diving conditions have reduced some what this week with vis 5-6m with current and alot of particle/weed in the water. Under these conditions I decided to try the Aquatica 100mm Minidome and extension #48453 on my D500 housing and use with the Tokina 10-17mm with Kenko 1.4x teleconverter and try and get some CFWA. The idea was to greatly reduce the working distance in the low vis on some local subjects and see how the minidome and Tokina 10-17mm with a teleconverter works. I dont often use the minidome locally as I prefer the larger 8 inch Dome due to the balance and also the ease of aligning the camera for stetched out shooting from the hip style of shooting often used. So far the Aquatica AD500 housing has worked flawlessly with only a couple of teething issues with the D500 camera itself. Namely rear LCD brightness and issue with battery life (turned off features like Wi-Fi and touch screen which solved the problem) and sent back older En-el15 batteries to Nikon for free replacement to the updated batteries for the D500 (sent back 4 older batteries from my D7000 and hopefully getting 4 brand new ones for the D500). Regards Mark
  5. i am planning on wide angle shoot with tokina 10-17mm and wonder about ikelite housing for those who used them they are offering different arms for the DS51 one of them is flex arm and the other is double 7" arms ? is there a difference when using tokina 10-17mm or the flex arm will work great with it ? or i have to get the double arm ?
  6. I have been shooting my D500 in a Aquatica AD500 housing for a week and I have to say I am impressed with both the camera and the housings performance. Previously I have been shooting with a Nikon D7000 in an Aquatica and have been waiting like a lot of people for a replacement and when I saw the specs of this camera I pre-ordered both the camera and housing straight away. Camera arrived first and first thing I wanted to play with was the 10fps on land based wildlife and surfers and this is where I found that one requires XQD2 cards to be able to achieve 10fps for 200 shots. Fast SD cards were only able to shoot 15 or so frames before the buffer became bogged down but once I recieved the Lexar PRO XGD2 card it was awesome to be able to shoot 10fps for total of 200 shots (this is only in RAW) if you shoot RAW with JPG the buffer only holds 75 shots (something to think about if your like me who likes to shoot both RAW and JPG at the same time). AF on land as everyone has also reported is fast and very accurate. I also had an issue with the D500 raw (NEF) files not compatable with PS CS6 and I had to convert the files to DNG with a free adobe RAW to DNG converter. Last week my Aquatica AD500 housing arrived and straight away I compared it with my Aquaitca AD7000 housing and sure enough the housing is phyiscally bigger to fit the bigger D500 body. Actually the larger size of the housing is of benefit as rear view screen is slight larger and the Aquaview viewfinder doesnt get in the way as much like it did for the Nikon D7000. I noticed a few improvements to the Aquatica AD7000 with a change in design for the port lock, control dial pullies changed from plastic to machine alloy, reduction of C-clips on control buttons and over all easy access to control buttons if one requires a field service. A big improvement is the design of the switch for video which was an issue on the AD7000 as video lever of the D7000 was on a spring style setup and after alot of use became sticky on the camera body itself. Right hand side control buttons on the AD500 are accessable with a single hand and a well thought out ISO button which has lever which runs close to the right hand grip for easy ISO change. Adition of Aquatica's Surveyor moisture and vacuum sensor and vacuum valve is one of the best investments which was aded to my AD500. Vacuum systems are a must in my opinion and have saved me on a few occasions from a fatal flood. The housing has its own little window where you can monitor the system during the dive and it assuring to see the light green light blinking away during the dive telling you everything is all well. Having a housing machined out of a single block of alloy and having all the control buttons made of metal was the reason why I continued to use Aquatica as I honestly I rack up several hundred dives on my housings. The first dive with my D500 I noticed straight away that the AD500 housing was a fraction lighter underwater than my AD7000 setup (I use the 8 inch dome, Aquaview viewfinder, 2x Ikelites DS161, ULCS bouyancy arms 6/9inch with Aquaitca arm clamps) which I was surprised as the housing is phyiscally bigger. It also took me a while to get familiar with the location of the control buttons as you would expect with a new camera. The moving of the OK button to the left hand side controls took a little while to get used to as well as the record button now on a control lever on the right hand side. One thing I did notice was during review on the rear screen of the D500 after each shot showed my images were darker than I what I was expecting (compared to the D7000) and first few dives had me adjusting the ISO and shutter speed but when it came to post processing on the big screen the shots were significately brighter to start with. Luckly the D500 has an adjustable brightness for the rear screen. Another great feature with the D500 is in video mode the camera has dedicated settings for video, which once set you can move back to stills without having to change settings. The liveview screen when shooting video also corrispondes to actual settings you have at the time, so for example when your ISO is too low in darker conditions your viewview screen will be dark and you can actually see the screen brighten with the adjustment of the ISO. This wasnt a feature on the D7000 where you had to guess which was the best ISO to shoot at. Having a dedicated video setting is great for shooting video on the fly and cant wait to play with it more in the near future. First dives on the AD500 were with the Tokina 10-17mm behind a 8 inch Aquatica dome with Dual Ikelite DS161. This setup is main setup as I mainly shoot large anmals and rarely move of 10mm. I used AF-S and first few dives I used single point AF area mode as this was the most successful setup when I used the Tokina 10-17mm with the D7000. How ever I did end up missing some real close up shots of a large Loggerhead Turtles as they were too close and shooting with one hand outstretched. The single centre point locked onto the animals neck and its head was slightly out of focus. I have since tried the Group AF area and this gave a large area to get a good focus on especially on big animals up close. As always with a new camera you start off with what work with previous model and then play the trail and error game to see what actually works and what doesnt. I will add in following post some unedited jpgs staight from the camera to give everyone an actual idea of what the Nikon D500 can actually produce. I will try and post some macro in the near future but the wide angle diving here at home is excellent at the moment and its hard to shoot macro when you have sharks and big animals right in front of you. Regards Mark
  7. I've upgraded so I'm now selling my Sea & Sea D200 rig. Never flooded, housing just had full service at Backscatter Monterey in September 2014 (just over $500!). Camera has just under 35,000 actuations. Sorry no arms or strobes, I'm using those on my new rig. If you've ever considered moving into a DSLR from point and shoot, this is a vary reliable system, well maintained. All the o-rings are new as of the service last fall. Here is the breakdown of what's included: Sea & Sea DX D200 Sea & Sea Housing Standard Sea & Sea NX macro port Sea & Sea SX & NX Extension Ring Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5-4.5 AT-X 107 DX AF Fisheye Lens for Nikon Sea & Sea focus ring for Tokina 10-17mm Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II Lens Sea & Sea focus ring for Nikon 18-55mm Nikon D200 body w/ battery and charger I'd prefer to sell as a package for $1850 Shipping cost to be determined. I'd prefer to ship to lower 48 states. or can be picked up for free in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. -Kip
  8. I have two 5" Precision Dome Ports for sale. Both are in great condition and barely saw use. My time using Ikelite was limited. They are the Prec-5in-Tok-ike and the Prec-5in-Can-ike Head here to see a complete listing of which lenses each port is optimized for: http://uwcamerastuff.com/precision_5_dome.htm New, these ran $425. Would love to get $275 OBO for each. Thanks for looking!
  9. I am selling a Aquatica A7D housing with pretty much everything you need to shoot wide angle, macro, and super macro photography. Everything is in good working condition. Here are some pictures of the items with a description of any imperfections. 1) Aquatica A7D- Housing is in good working condition with some minor fading of printing where the buttons are. The viewfinder has a small chip on the inside, but nothing that blocks the viewfinder in the camera. 2) Macro Port- Used for 60mm & 100mm lenses. Good working condition. The port has some minor abrasions where the MacroMate sits but nothing in the center that would optically effect a picture. 3) Macro Mate Flip Lens- Good working condition with nothing effecting image quality. Used for super macro photography 4) Aquatica 28.5 Ext Ring- Used for 100mm lenses. Minor scratches 5) Xit 404 tripod plate- Used with tripod legs to steady the housing with macro, super macro shooting, wide angle video work. Scratches but noting effecting its performance. 6) Stix Custom Buoyancy Float- Used to help offset the weight of the housing. New, good working condition 7) Xit 404 Red Focus Knob- Used to help control focus with your finger tips and to help people with smaller hands. Good working condition 8) Aquatica 9.25 Inch Mega Dome- Used with Tokina 10-17mm, Tokina 11-16mm, Canon16-35mm, Canon 17-40mm, Canon 8-15mm and other lens. The dome has some small abrasions on the sides of the dome. Nothing that I can find in my pictures. There is a water stain that is hard to see. Its 1mm big towards the front of the dome. It has not effected any of my pictures. It can sometimes effect video if you are pointed towards the sun, in which most particles will become illuminated at that point anyway. 9) 6 inch Aquatica Acrylic Dome- was used as a backup dome. there is a small knick on the dome that can be rotated to the bottom of the housing and should not effect anything. It has not effected any of my pictures. 10) 4 inch Aquatica Glass mini dome- Works great for close focus wide angle shots that are in tight spaces. Perfect condition. 11) Aquatica 16.5mm Ext Ring- Used for all 3 domes with 10-17mm, 8-15mm. Good working condition with surface scratches. 12) Aquatica 54.5mm Ext Ring- Used with 16-35mm, 11-20mm, 17-40mm, 100mm+1.4tele., 8-15mm+1.4tele. 13) Covers for all dome and ports 14) Xit 404 Manta Aquatica Gear- used with interchangeable xit 404 focusing rings 15) Aquatica Tokina 10-17mm Gear 16) Aquatica Canon 60mm Gear 17) Aquatica Canon 8-15mm Gear 18) Aquatica Tokina 11-16mm Gear 19) Aquatica Canon 16-35mm, 17-40mm Gear 20) Fisheye 1000s with 2 batteries and 2 battery Chargers. Interchangeable handles. 21)Ultralight Sea & Sea adapters x 2 22) Aqua View view finder- refurbished 23) Backscatter Airlock system-New. Used to vacuum seal the housing. 24) Sea & Sea Sync Cords. (Maybe Optional)Sea & Sea YS 250s. Inquire if you are interested 25) Canon 7d, Battery and Charger 26) Canon 60mm Excellent cond 27) Tokina 10-17mm Lens excellent cond. small dent on hood. does not affect anything. 28) Tokina 11-22mm Excellent cond Optional Wahoo HD UW Monitor Housing by Backscatter. The cable has just been upgraded. Sony Clm-V55 Monitor Aquatica Wahoo Port The Wahoo has a sun shade. The shade has 3 screw to take it on and off. One of the screw heads is broken off. The screw can be drilled out, but I haven't because it has no effected the use of taking it on and off. This is the price that Backscatter would individually charge. I am asking for half of that. Aquatica A7D Underwater Housing $3,015.00 Aquatica Mega Dome Glass 9.25 $1,675.00 Aquatica 6inch Dome Port $310.00 Aquatica 4inch Dome Port $699.99 Aquatica Extension Ring 16.5mm, .65 $222.00 Aquatica Extension Ring 54.5mm, 2.135 $285.00 Aquatica Extension Ring 28.5mm ,3.25 $285.00 Aquatica Tokina 10-17mm Gear $135.00 Aquatica Canon 60mm Gear $103.95 Aquatica Canon 8-15mm Gear $137.95 Aquatica Tokina 11-16mm Gear $137.95 Aquatica Zoom Gear: Canon 16-35mm F/2.8 LII Canon 17-40mm f/4 L USM $131.00 Xit 404 Manta Aquatica Gear $150.00 Aquatica Flat Port for Macro $482.00 Aquatica Rear Port Cap x2 $133.00 MacroMate Flip Lens for Aquatica Flat Port $599.00 Xit 404 DSLR Housing Tripod $200.00 Xit 404 Focus Knob $45.00 Fisheye LED 1000 video lights x2 $1199.98 Ultralight Sea & Sea adapters x2 $45.90 Sea & Sea Sync (2) Cords $200.00 Backscatter Air Lock System $400.00 Aquatica Straight Viewfinder $1,269.00 Canon 7d $1,600.00 Tokina 10-17mm $669.00 Canon 60mm $440.00 Tokina 11-16mm $550.00 Subtotal $15,119.77 Ca State Tax $1,247.38 Total $16,447.15 50% off $8,223.57 I am asking $8,220.00 for everything. I will sell the Wahoo with the package for $600 or $800 separate. I am motivated to sell this set up by the end of April and will work with whoever is interested in the gear. Please allow a day or two for communications. I travel for work and do not have access to email a lot of the times. I will be watching closely though. If you have any questions or concerns please let me know.
  10. I have the following Aquatica items for sale: 18463 Extension Ring $150 18717 Zoom Gear (for Tokina 10-17mm) $80 (barely used) 18731 Zoom Gear (for Tokina 10-17mm with Kenko 1.4X TC) $95 (used once) Check Aquatica's site here for compatibility: http://www.aquatica.ca/en/products_zoom.html All items can be found here: https://jimpattersonphotography.com/product-category/used-gear/ All items can be purchased on my site through Paypal. USA and Canada buyers can buy directly on my site (I have secure checkout) with VISA or MC. Shipping is FREE to continental USA. Anywhere else, contact me PRIOR to purchasing for a shipping quote. Thanks!
  11. I cam accross this article and was interested in the results the auther claims: http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/sigma-15mm-tokina-fisheye-review Showing that the Tokina 10-17mm is still a very versatile lens and still performs in FX. Would the Tokina 10-17mm @ 15mm provide a better image behind a mini dome/4 inch than a shaven Sigma 15mm FE? Or would a large dome give the best results for both lenses in FX? I would be interested if others out there have used the Tokina 10-17mm in Fx mode and what their impressions ans results have been like. Regards Mark
  12. Selling an excellent, like new 4" Glass dome for the nautical housing and the popular Tokina 10-17mm lens. Will work on Canon or Nikon housings. This is the state of the art in glass optics. You'll love this dome foir travel. I've recently bought a NEX7 system and may keep the macro side of the SLR until there's a better selection of macro lens for NEX. THis is a great wide angle system though. Add a 20mm extension and use the popular Kenko 1.4 Teleplus Pro TC for WAM. Used on just few dives and still under warranty. See my other listings for the Tokina 10-17 lens, the standard 10-17 nauticam zoom gear, and 10-17+ Kenko 1.4 zoom gear when used with a 20mm extension port for WAM. Cost new $899. Will sell for $765 Good as good as new. $15 shipping to any where in the US. No tax. I don't always get replies, so please CC to mcolleypublic@gmail.com
  13. For sale, a like new Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens for the canon system. It's been well cared for and only used on a few dives. This is perhaps the most popular and highest performing wide angle fisheye lens on the market for underwater photography. It's focusing distance is so close you can use it for WAM- Wide Angle Macro especiually when combined with a 20mm port extension and the popular Kenko 1.4 TC. I'm sellin to lighten the load on my SLR system. Most of my work is in super-macro so I don't need the lens anymore. Check my other listings for the ZEN DP-100-NT (Nauticam) dome and different focus gears that go with this lens, inclding both the standard 10-17 gear and the one for the 10-17 + Kenko 1.4TC. Costs $ $689 new at B&H. Less then a year old ans still under warranty. The card has not been filled out. Buy in like new condition and save on tax too. Will sell for $495 plus $15 shipping to anywhere in the US. Please cc mcolleypublic@gmail.com with your replies since I don't always get them for some reason. Will provide references and eBay account info if interested.100% eBay feedback for several years.
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