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  1. 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
  2. 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?
  3. Hi, My mirrorless kit is now for sale. Sony A6000 Sony 16-50mm Nauticam NA-A6000 Nauticam Port 45 with knob 16-50 Zoom Gear Nauticam Tray Left Right Handles Vacuum valve and pump Subsee +10, I will throw this in if things go smooth. Shipping out of CA. Price is 1200USD
  4. Hi All, I'm working to understand how my a6000 works in detail with the aim of (possibly) making my own LED TTL converter. At the moment I use the a6000 with its internal flash to trigger a set of YS-D2 strobes using my optical cables. I either use the strobes in manual or TTL mode. The TTL is reasonable, but not always perfect. I wanted to understand how the a6000 TTL system works, so I connected a little oscilloscope to my hotshoe x-sync pin and used the other channel of the oscilloscope with a photodiode to monitor the flash. See attached 2 screen grabs for two flash types - Fill Flash, Rear Sync. I also did a rear sync, but it's result was remarkably similar. I wasn't able, in any case, either Manual, Aperture priority or full automatic, to witness any pre-flash whatsoever from the camera's internal flash. Does the a6000 meter TTL during the exposure? Am I missing something here. Welcome any insights, comments or suggestions to be able to run another oscilloscope test. Cheers!
  5. Time has come to move from Sony to Olympus, and I will sell my A6000 package. The package includes an A6000 body with the usual equipment, three lenses, a Meikon UW-housing, mounts for camera and strobe and a SEA & SEA strobe (two to choose from) and some small extras. You get what you see on the pictures, but will have to choose between the strobes and the mounts. Camera: Sony A6000 Lenses: Sony E PZ 16-50 mm F3.5-5.6 OSS - folds and makes the camera pluss lens a conveniently small package this lens is the kit-lens. It is optically not great, but very usable as a walk-around and allround underwater lens. Sony E 50 mm F1.8 OSS - good and sharp allround lens, works great for portraits. This lens does NOT fit into the underwater housing. Sony E 30mm F3.5 makro - very sharp lens. Works well for makro, as well as it works fine as an allround lens over and under water. Fits into the underwater housing. Comes in box for another lens (don´t have the original nooks for this one). Underwater housing: Meikon til A6000 Strobes (with diffusor): Sea & Sea YS-01 - god strobe, easy to use or Sea & Sea YS-110 Alpha - a bit larger, also easy to use Mounts, strobe arms: CamDive or Ultralight (I believe, "Serfas" written on grips, modular system also for the tray) Otherwise the package contains a charger that will work between 100 and 230 V (as most chargers - nice for holidays), to batteries (one original, one unbranded), a Peak Design carrying strap and usual accessories (seals, silicon grease, ect.). The whole package is rather small and makes for a convenient set for those who like to travel light, but still want good image quality. This package will fit for those who want a light allround holiday set for use both over and under water on a budget. The underwater housing sure is not of the same quality as others, but then again it is affordable. The set served me well, and I only had one leak, which was my fault, as I did not check for a proper seal when closing the housing. Back to the beach, opening the housing, running a finger over the seal and closing the housing was enough to solve the situation. All buttons work and I belive for the occasional non-professional use this housing give very good results. Ill attach a few pictures taken with this very camera, lenses and housing, so you can judge the image quality for yourself. I believe that flaws in the pictures are more due to my lacking abilities as photographer than they are due to a cheap housing (not saying that a housing 10 the cost with better glass would give even better results, but the is VERY good bang for the buck in my humble opinion). That being said, the reason for selling is that I moved on to Olympus, and to a housing that allows the use of interchangeable ports - I want to use a proper wide angle lens. A fixed flat port for the Meikon housing is its mein restriction. However, both the 16-50mm and 30mm macro Sony lenses fit into the housing. Everything was treated well and works just as it should. Underwater housing and strobes have been thoroughly rinsed after each use. You get what you see on the pictures, but you will have to choose between the trays and the strobes (or make me an offer for everything). I am asking: 1150 EUR for the complete package with the CamDive tray and arm and the YS-110 Alpha strobe. 1100 EUR with the (newer, but somewhat cheaper) YS-01 strobe and 1180 EUR with the Ultralight tray, CamDive arm and YS-110 Alpha strobe. If you need two strobes, I do have another YS-110 Alpha that I could let go. Make me an offer on that one. I can consider selling items separately, but only for the right offer and for either the camera and lenses together or for the underwater equipment together. Everything is located in Aalesund in Norway and can be checked and tested here. Otherwise, I am happy to send anywhere as long as you pay for the actual shipment costs. Don´t hesitate to ask, if you have any questions
  6. https://www.ebay.com/itm/273107299764 A full housing kit for the Sony A6000 camera with case, lights, dome, and macro port.
  7. A full housing kit including dome, macro port, and video lights. Listed here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/273046881051?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  8. Hi Guys, I have a complete Nauticam UW camera equipment to sell as I go for an upgrade. The housing has never been flooded and is in great condition. Setup comes with macro and wide angle capabilities. Set comprises of: NA-A6000 housing for Sony A6000 Macro port 45 with Focus/Zoom M16 Vacuum Valve SE1650-PZ for Sony E mount PZ Flexitray II with left handle Adjustable right handle II N85 to N120 60mm port adaptor 6" acrylic wide angle port SE1018Z E mount 10-18mm Sony Alpha 6000 E mount camera body kit Sony E 10-18mm F4 Sony BC-VW1 Battery charger 1 extra Battery Set price AUD 3'900 excl. freight
  9. After spending 3 years in diving in Fiji it is time to move back home and be a land crab. I will not be diving often enough to justify keeping this nice setup any longer. Nauticam NA-A6000 housing Nauticam Port 45 with knob Nauticam Zoom gear for Sony 16-50 kit lens 1300 USD + Shipping Available for shipping after August 5th
  10. Hiya, Im making my first case to try out split shots with. My question is: in practice how important is distance from lens to dome? Will I lose all underwater sharpness if my lens is 20mm too close? In your experience, how far off the theoretical dome extension length have you found still practically useful? The long story is ........ I'm attempting to bodge an Ikelite 8" dome port (which I picked up cheapish) onto my Meikon case for Sony A6000. I'm going to cut down and glue the extension port to the housing ... so I've pretty well got one chance to get the length of the extension right. I'm using a 10-18mm lens (SEL1018f4) (15-27mm full frame equivalent) which worked pretty well with the 4" dome I had glued on there before. Hopefully the 8" dome will help me to get split shots. I suppose the focal point (not necessarily the front element?) of the lens needs to be 102mm from the dome. I have marked the focal points at 10 mm and 18 mm on my lens for reference. Now I come to choose how long to make the extension I discover that I can only get the lens back from the dome about 80mm before the dome housing starts to vignette my image with the lens at 10mm. At 14mm I can move it back to 90mm and at 18mm I can get the focal point about 100mm from the dome. So my question is ... am I stuck with my lens at 18mm if I use this dome port? Or will I experience only moderate edge softness if my lens is 20mm too close at it's widest 10mm? Regards, Peter
  11. I spent a week in Aniloa at Aiyanar Beach and Dive Resort shooting with a Sony a6000 in Nauticam housing. Setup included: Zoom - Sony 18-55mm lens in N85 Flat Port 72 Macro - Inon UCL for macro in M67 Flip Diopter Holder Wide - Sony 16mm + Fisheye converter in N85 4.33 inch Fisheye Dome Port 2 Intovatec 2500 lights Nauticam Flextray with Ultralight ball arms Overall the rig is heavy and I ended up putting 12 StiX Buoyancy floats on the arms. Videos here: https://vimeo.com/124075881 https://vimeo.com/125426894 https://vimeo.com/129053842 Edits in Adobe After Affects and Premier Pro CC 2014. No post production stabilization. Most of this was shot in 1080/60p at 1/125 sec and Auto ISO. I varied the F-stop depended on the type of shot (zoom, macro, wide). Since I was shooting video I used the U/W White Balance setting. For the most part it was OK, but in almost all the clips still had to make color adjustments. Also, I noticed the wide shots (16mm + Fisheye converter in the Dome Port) were not sharp / out of focus on the edges. For some of those clips where it was really noticeable I had to crop about 5-10% I find the lights are pretty good, but I did notice a shutter effect at night when both lights were on high. If I backed one down it seemed to go away.
  12. Up for sale is a nearly new Nauticam NA-A6000 housing, Vacuum system and A6000 body. All parts have less than 10 dives and are in like new condition. I love the camera and housing but had to have 4K video so I moved on to an A6300. The sale includes: 1. A Nauticam NA-A6000 with moisture munchers installed, port cap and the Flexitray hardware that ships with the housing as well as Instructions, registration card, original box and packing. 2. One Nauticam 25612 Vacuum valve with pump and install tool that allows pulling a vacuum to confirm water integrity before diving and virtually eliminate floods. Instructions and original packing are included 3. A Sony A6000 body to which the housing has been pressure tuned. 1 battery, 1 Sony charger with USB cable, one 32 gig class 10 CF card that will permit high bitrate AVCHD video shooting and a Sony LCD protector that was installed on day one. This like new equipment is sold as is and costs $2400 new plus tax. It can be yours for $1550. Paypal only. 14 day returns ok, buyer pays return shipping. I am in San Mateo California 94403 Larry Garvey 650-703-7105 lcgarvey@astound.net Not included in the sale and listed elsewhere is: A David Busch A6000 detailed manual (I am selling for $15 pic at: https://viejo.smugmug.com/For-Sale/A6000-Manual/ A Nauticam 33205 45 degree viewer that fits this housing ($950 new) and is for sale at $700, pics at: https://viejo.smugmug.com/For-Sale/Nauticam-45-degree-viewer/
  13. FS- Nauticam A6000 housing for Sony a6000,bought prior to the release of the Sony A7RII which I have replaced the A6000 with. The housing has never been wet and has only been out of the box to assemble for compatibility Normally $1650 I will accept $1499 plus shipping contact me at deedeeflores01@aol.com with inquiries Thanx :-)) DD
  14. I've listed this Nauticam Underwater Housing for Sony a6000 camera on eBay here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nauticam-NA-A6000-Underwater-Housing-for-Sony-A6000-/262478894534 It is in *excellent* condition. You can configure it with standard Nauticam ports and gears for you lenses. These are readily available at Backscatter or Reef Photo. I used it for one year; never leaked because I have been an underwater photographer for over 30 years and take immaculate care of my gear. I am selling it because I am upgrading cameras. See samples of my videos taken with this rig on my Vimeo channel http://vimeo.com/koptervision I am the original owner. This unit was $1600 new. Free shipping. Continental U.S. only. No international sales
  15. Hi all, as the topic says, I am looking for an underwater housing for a Sony A6000. Both cheap and more expensive housings can be of interest. Also, give me a shout if you have additional ports, flip adapters or wet lenses (wide angle or diopter).
  16. Hi all, I'm after a Nauticam housing for the Sony a6000. If anyone has one for sale, do get in touch :-) Cheers
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