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  1. Hey all, I am in a bit of a bind; I've seen some discussion on this for land based stuff, but not for underwater. Right now, Sony is offering a pretty good cashback for its mirrorless cameras and I would like to upgrade to something better than my old canon point and shoot. The two contenders are the a6500 and a7ii. I can currently get an a7ii for about a 200 bucks cheaper than the a6500, including accounting for my intended setup (16-50mm kit / 28-70mm and a 50mm f/2.8 macro + equivalent accessories) Quirks of the respective housings aside, i would like your thoughts on the following: 1. Autofocus ability while underwater - how does the a6500's 'best in class' focusing system translate underwater, in comparison to the a7ii 2. Ease of use (i note the a7ii has more control dials), but how does this translate underwater (assuming all dials are accessible on a housing) 3. Image quality - i won't be doing much video, and i've heard the a6500's sensor is nearly as good as the full frame sensor on the a7ii. 4. Better value long term - noting that the a7ii has a relatively outdated sensor, lenses are more expensive, but it still full frame, vs the top of the line APS-C sensor in the a6500 Cheers!
  2. I'm Selling my back up Aquatica housing for Sony A7II/A7RII cameras This housing has never been wet and comes with Aquatica's Surveyor vacuum monitoring system & valve/pump as well as fiber optic cable connections and included Flash Trigger and all original boxes,manuals,spare o-rings and accessories This housing normally retails for $2835 I'm Selling it for $2335 buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees This item is located in Los Angeles my email is deedeeflores01@aol.com for fast reply
  3. Housing has never been in in the water. S6 bulkheads, vacuum test installed. Throwing in a couple of gears that work with the following combos: Focus gear for Canon 14mm f/2.8 II lens with metabones adapter (3rd or 4th generation) Zoom gear for Canon EF 8-15 f/4L lens with metabones adapter (3rd or 4th generation). No ports included. All for $3900 please contact via email or phone: l.johnson@stephenfrink.com 305-451-3737 in Florida
  4. NA-A7II Housing w/ vacuum check valve & n5 bulkhead - $2200 Nauticam Nikonos Adapter - $300 Nikonos 15 - $350 Nauticam n100 to n120 Adapter $300 I've been using this housing since early 2016. About 500 dives on it, but well cared for -- I do this professionally, so I take care of my gear. It's all working perfectly, never been flooded. Selling now to switch to a different system. All items are in Indonesia, but can ship worldwide at buyer's expense. If you're looking for a complete package, I may be willing to sell the A7RII body, 16-35mmF4 lens, 8-15mm fisheye, 90mm macro, 180mm glass dome, 140mm glass dome, macro port, extension rings, etc. Just let me know what you're interested in or make me an offer.
  5. NA-A7II Housing w/ vacuum check valve & bulkhead for nikonos 5 electrical strobe connection - $2200 Nauticam Nikonos Adapter - $300 Nauticam n100 to n120 Port Adapter - $300 Nikonos 15 - $330 Euro I've been using this housing since early 2016. Has about 500 dives on it, but well cared for -- I do this professionally, so I take care of my gear. It's all working perfectly, never been flooded. Selling now to switch to a different system. All items are in Indonesia, but can ship wordwide at buyer's expense. May also be willing to sell it as an entire package including various lenses and ports. Additional items I have: Sony A7RII body Nauticam n120 180mm glass dome for Sony 16-35F4, Sony lens - Wide Angle Nauticam n120 140mm glass dome for Canon 8-15mm, Canon 8-15mm fisheye Nauticam n120 macro port, used with Sony 90mm macro, Sony 90mmF2.8 macro Nauticam n120 20mm extension rings x2 Nauticam 45 degree viewfinder Dual strobe sync cable So if you're interested in an entire package, let me know/make me an offer
  6. Hi All, Selling my Nauticam A7RII rig. No body, but some lenses. Excellent condition and includes boxes and accessories Purchased last June, 2017. Shipping from Manila, Philippines. Preferably sold as set although willing to sell without lenses. Prices in Dollars. You can email me at noelguevara.ph@gmail.com. Price: $4,900 Price without lenses: $3,825 Nauticam NA-A7II Housing (Camera body not included) Includes:Vacuum Valve II (Push Button) Optical Flash Trigger N100-N120 Step-up Adapter For Sony 16-35 f4 (Lens not included) Includes:Extension Ring 50 Zoom Ring Focus Ring 140mm Glass Dome For Fisheye IncludesSony 28mm f2 Lens + 16mm Fisheye Converter 20mm Extension Ring (you can use the 140mm Glass Dome) Macro IncludesSony 90mm 2.8 Macro Lesns Macro Port for 90mm
  7. any brands and systems for sony a7ii are negotiable especially looking for - nauticam - sea and sea
  8. When I searched I found it difficult to find any information on this lens for use underwater before buying it. Having now bought one and tried it, I thought it worth a short post. I dived in the Menai Strait yesterday (very good vis for the Strait at ~5m and 10 degrees C), first time out with an A7II in a Seacam housing with the 50 macro lens - using a Seaflash 150 manually for illumination. The lens is a 'conventional' (extending) type design which is not as convenient as an internal focus type lens but retains its focal length 'better'. This does mean that a longer port has to be used to allow for its extension during focus. Its focus speed is also quite slow but I bought it for use in UK waters and mostly for benthic stuff so this isn't too much of a worry and in practice it was less problematic than it sounds. I had concerns about battery life with the power used to drive this lens too but found that an hour long, coolish dive didn't flatten it so this was unfounded. Anyway, results. Despite using the rear screen only and there being slight current at times (we went in just before slack and got out just after - as is the way with the Strait) focus was very accurate indeed, even on small subjects. I didn't push it down to 1:1 but got close. Mid range was excellent too. Here's one shot worth posting of something I've never seen here before. An incredibly slippery butterfish caught by a velvet swimming crab. Its very crisp indeed at f/14. I look forward to shooting with this lens - its surprisingly light in weight but an excellent performer.
  9. Hi there planning to move from Sony FF A850 into a more compact A7-Rii. I own some prime (G) A-Mount lenses that i plan to adapt onto the E-Mount of the Sony A7Rii. Any experience with lens adapter inside the Nauticam NA-A7ii housing? Thnaks Eric
  10. Dear all, I plan to buy a sony camera, but i don't know which type would be the good choice! I have Nikon D7100 and Canon 7d mk ii with Tokina 10-17 and 60 mm macro. Can i use these lens in SONY cam with full functionality? Maybe with metabone adapter? Thank you for the answers. Balazs
  11. Does anybody have experience (video & photo) with the Sony a7II? I am considering this camera to enter the FF world, if liking, I can upgrade to the 7rII (or maybe even to its successor next year) without the need to replace the housing. Right now I use an olympus E-PL5 and being disappointed in video quality & low light performance. The sony would be an upgrade in both departments I hope.
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