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  1. Sea&Sea MDX-A7II (fits both A7SII and A7RII) Sea&Sea Optical YS converter Sony hotshoe adaptor Athena DP170 glass dome Sea&Sea ML-NX converter Sea&Sea Extension Ring 46 w/ Focus Knob Sea&Sea DX Macro Port 52 Sea&Sea Extension Ring 30L Sea&Sea ML Extension Ring 25 x2 Sea&Sea ML Flat Port 33 XIT404 Quad ball adapters x2 Sony A7RII camera body Sony SEL28F20 w/ SEL057FEC Fisheye converter Sony SEL90M28 Macro lens w/ focus gear Sony SEL50M28 Macro lens w/ focus gear Housing recently fully overhauled. Includes spare o-rings, manuals, stickers, and blank bulkhead (HDMI bulkhead in photo not included). Used but well cared for and maintained professionally. Never flooded. Camera and lenses all have complete boxes, pouches, and manuals from Sony. ONLY US$ 4,500 for the entire package plus shipping. I have experience shipping housings internationally via DHL in the past so I'll make sure it is packed safely and properly. Will accept PayPal. Email me: RQ.ROSALES@GMAIL.COM
  2. Selling for a friend, a very lightly used SEACAM housing for Sony A7r2. $900. Ports and various SEACAM accessories available separately as well. info@stephenfrink.com
  3. Hello- I am selling one of my redundant NA-A7II housing systems after finishing a trip in early September. I am willing to sell various the housing set ups at a 75% discount to the existing list prices (as of time of sale) on Backscatter (where I purchased them). Housing and components are in great shape, never been flooded, etc. I am selling the NA-A7II housing plus EITHER (not both) the necessary components to use: Option 1: Sony FE 16-35 f4 (incl. zoom gears, ports and 180 Glass dome port as recommended by nauticam) OR Option 2: Sony FE 28mm + Nauticam WWL-1 (includes ports and the wet lense, including float ring to provide buoyancy support) I am also open to selling the lenses and camera but not at the 75% discount because all are insured by 3 years accidental damage insurance from B&H. I am selling one of my housings and wide angle set ups because I no longer am traveling for an extended period of time and will not require redundant set ups. Can ship the housing September 15th, likely not sooner. Please PM me if you are interested!
  4. Hi All, After nearly four years with my trusty old RX100 rig, I am thinking of upgrading to something more advanced. Currently my rig consists of: - RX100 (Version 1), - Recsea housing (more than 1000 dives with no problems) - single YS-D1 strobe - Ikelite Vega Light - Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens (wet lens) Over the years I have really liked the ability of selecting different lenses during a dive, and as I live in Curacao most of my underwater photography is either using just the fixed lens, or the fixed lens with the +7 macro converter. The wide angle/fisheye lens gets much less use although I nearly always carry it just in case, I come across something larger. So here is my dilemma, I would like to switch to the Sony A7R2 camera and am struggling to decide which lenses I should get. My problem is both one of "cost, usability/versatility and quality". Basically I have two options: - the Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens , plus the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens or - Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus either the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter or my existing Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) So finally I get to the question, obviously I assume I would get better results quality wise from the first option, but the cost is significantly more, and of course I need to decide what I'm going to shoot before I do the dive, potentially missing some good opportunities. Or I could go with the second option, and sacrifice some quality, but with a large cost savings, and extra flexibility once under water for most of the shooting I actually do (as I say wide angle is not my prime concern). I understand it is of course a matter of individual choice, but which option would you choose? Perhaps more importantly, as I'm macro orientated, do any of you have experience of using the Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter, and if so how does it compare to the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens with regards to quality, of course bearing in mind I'm upgrading from the RX100 set-up? OK I know it's a long story to read but I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance. Below is my proposed new set-up. - A7Rii - Nauticam housing - Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony A7/A7II Camera - Sony SEL2870 FE 28-70mm - Nauticam SE2870-Z Zoom Gear - Nauticam N100 Flat Port 74 - Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Ports (M67 Lenses) - and either my existing +7 macro lens, or Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter - Extra Sea and Sea YS-D1 Strobe, plus strobe arms and batteries, and 2 x fibers Kevin
  5. Hi All, After nearly four years with my trusty old RX100 rig, I am thinking of upgrading to something more advanced. Currently my rig consists of: - RX100 (Version 1), - Recsea housing (more than 1000 dives with no problems) - single YS-D1 strobe - Ikelite Vega Light - Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens (wet lens) Over the years I have really liked the ability of selecting different lenses during a dive, and as I live in Curacao most of my underwater photography is either using just the fixed lens, or the fixed lens with the +7 macro converter. The wide angle/fisheye lens gets much less use although I nearly always carry it just in case, I come across something larger. So here is my dilemma, I would like to switch to the Sony A7R2 camera and am struggling to decide which lenses I should get. My problem is both one of "cost, usability/versatility and quality". Basically I have two options: - the Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens , plus the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens or - Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus either the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter or my existing Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) So finally I get to the question, obviously I assume I would get better results quality wise from the first option, but the cost is significantly more, and of course I need to decide what I'm going to shoot before I do the dive, potentially missing some good opportunities. Or I could go with the second option, and sacrifice some quality, but with a large cost savings, and extra flexibility once under water for most of the shooting I actually do (as I say wide angle is not my prime concern). I understand it is of course a matter of individual choice, but which option would you choose? Perhaps more importantly, as I'm macro orientated, do any of you have experience of using the Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter, and if so how does it compare to the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens with regards to quality, of course bearing in mind I'm upgrading from the RX100 set-up? OK I know it's a long story to read but I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance. Below is my proposed new set-up. - A7Rii - Nauticam housing - Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony A7/A7II Camera - Sony SEL2870 FE 28-70mm - Nauticam SE2870-Z Zoom Gear - Nauticam N100 Flat Port 74 - Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Ports (M67 Lenses) - and either my existing +7 macro lens, or Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter - Extra Sea and Sea YS-D1 Strobe, plus strobe arms and batteries, and 2 x fibers Kevin
  6. I am looking for advice on 2 menu settings for the Sony a7r2: 1) Silent Shooting option - sounds great - don't scare your subjects - but the user's manual warns that this can result in image distortion if either the subject or camera is moving. Does anyone have experience with this to report what sort of distortion and how bad? I'm guessing they are referring to something similar to what you can get from a leaf shutter on a Hasselblad when there is very fast subject movement, but would like to hear from someone who has used the silent option on the Sony. 2) Copyright info - There is a menu screen to add in your copyright name in order to have your copyright notice added to the EXIF info as you shoot. But there is no obvious way to enter the info, and no instructions in the manual. Nikon has this, and a keyboard comes up on the LCD screen so you can enter your name, but if Sony has this, I haven't found how to access it. Anybody know how to get the name into the camera?
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