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  1. I switched over to the Nauticam world after using Ikelite for the last handful of years. I'm looking to get appropriate ports/extensions for my 90mm macro and 28mm w/ 16mm Fisheye Converter For the 90mm Macro: Port - 37126 ( N100 Macro port 105) For the 28 with FEC Port Base - 37303 (N100 to N120 35.5mm port adaptor with zoom/focus knob) Extension - 21130 (Extension ring 30 with lock) Lens port - 18810 (N120 140mm optical glass fisheye port) I am also in the market for the M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses for my WWL-1 The part that attaches to the front of the 67mm threaded port, converting it to bayonet. na-83213 I think this is what I want to screw onto my 28mm f2 Port (37127) to be compatible with the bayonet mount on my WWL-1 Many thanks!
  2. FS: Sony A7RII Body with Nauticam A7II Housing including Nikonos Bulkhead and Backscatter Airlock Vacuum and Port lock system, charger and 3-Sony Batteries The housing is lightly used and comes with a Nikonos bulkhead which I did not use. In the photo, you will see the LED wires for the Turtle TTL LED trigger which is easy removed. The Turtle trigger is not included with the camera and housing purchase. You will find that the airlock system and gauge gives tremendous peace of mind when taking your expensive camera, lens and housing into the water. This unit has never been flooded and the original boxes and tool kit are included for both the housing and the camera. The camera has 11,527 actuations according to A7info. (cool program). I love the 42 MP of this camera and have found that even with a very heavy crop you can end up with excellent images. Put another way, you can totally blow the shot and still end up with a 4 MP excellent photo after cropping. The equipment was most recently used during a Cozumel trip in early December 2018. All equipment operates as intended and the only reason for selling is that I have purchased an A7RIII. Screen protector installed and will come with caps and original Sony neck strap. Paypal accepted Shipping FOB the Philadelphia PA area at buyers cost. I would like to sell as a 4-piece set including housing, camera, charger, 3-Sony Batteries and Backscatter pump system $3650.00
  3. Offering a Sony a7RII and Nauticam NA-A7II housing with Backscatter Airlock bulkhead. Both in great condition -- few dives, well cared for; original packaging available, plus two spare batteries available. $3,300 (Paypal) plus shipping within USA.
  4. Selling a full Nauticam setup for Sony A7rII, also have two camera bodies and multiple lenses. Description - Two Sony A7RII bodies, both work perfect, they do have signs of regular use including small scratches on the LCD but nothing that I can see when the camera is turned on. New price now is about $2.500, selling for $1.800 per body and will add 3 original sony batteries per body. - Sony 16-35mm f4 lens, works perfect, slight signs of use on the outside (mainly from putting the zoom gear on) but nothing that affects performance. New price is around $1.100 at the moment, selling for $850. - Nauticam Housing with vacuum system, selling new for $3.070, selling mine for $1.800. Housing has never had a leak but it does need servicing in my opinion hence I’m pricing it low. I still use it right now. It does have one issue, the back focus button is borken and needs fixing, you can still off course focus using the regular shutter button. - Zoom gear for 16-35mm lens: New is $175, selling for $100 - Extension and 100 to 120 adaptor needed for the 16-35mm lens: Sells new for $730, I’m selling it for $400 - Nauticam 180mm glass dome, sells new for $1050, I’m selling it for $750, only used it on one trip so it’s pretty much brand new. Glass is flawless, botton of the sunhood has some scratches. - Zen 230mm glass super dome. This one has been used often and does have a scratch that shows up when filming into the sun. Selling for $500 - Sony 90mm f2.8 macro lens (G master), like new, never used it in the housing as I never got around to buyin a macro port. Selling for $750 - Like new Sony 24-70mm f2.8 g master lens, selling for $1800 - Nauticam optical trigger for Sony plus 2 fibre optic cords (Nauticam to Sea&Sea). Selling for $150 - Sony 70-200mm f4 G Master lens. Selling for $700 - Nauticam 20mm extension $150 Pictures via email (steve@stevedeneef.com)
  5. 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
  6. I am looking to purchase an A7Sii housing... preferably Nauticam. Interested in what lenses you have to go along with it. Body not necessary, but would consider buying. Questions: Does the A7R housing fit the A7S? Has anyone heard rumours of the A7Siii??? What accessories do you have as well? Also Needed: Small HD 502 monitor and housing! I shoot underwater professionally, in Toronto, and would like to add a mirrorless full frame camera to our inventory! THANK YOU www.carlyunderwater.com
  7. Looking to upgrade my GoPro system and get an underwater housing and gear for my Sony A7Rii. MSRP for new gear is just way too pricey for me to justify to the wife 😋. Please let me know if you have some used gear laying around that you're willing to sell. Thx, Nick
  8. I do a lot of in-stream photography and I would like to use a compact 6" dome on my Ikelite housing rather than the giant 8" dome. This is for an A7RII and primarily a 28mm F/2 with fisheye converter. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this setup or if someone knows if it's possible or not. Ikelite's port chart makes no reference to the 6-inch dome other than that the 15mm Sigma causes vignetting. I tried to contact Ikelite with no success. I also got in touch with Backscatter.com but they didn't seem to have any idea either. Thanks. Thought I'd check in with folks here before I fork money over to try it out.
  9. Hey All, I have a Sony A7RII and I'm looking for a strap that has a quick release that can stay on my camera when I put it inside my Nauticam housing for quick switching between topside/underwater shooting. Obviously, I'd love to have two bodies, one for each purpose, but that's a little outside my range right now. Thanks in advance!
  10. For Sale : Package Price: $5300 USD (Hardly Used) All items come with original boxes. Sony FE 70-200mm f/4 G OSS Lens $1300 USD Sony Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70mm f/4 ZA OSS Lens $1000 USD (hardly used) Sony Alpha a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only) $3000 USD Savings of roughly $600 USD
  11. First time to take the A7R II down at the weekend. It was a bit challenging to use the FE 90mm in low light underwater, but maybe I need more practice. When it did focus, the results were very good. I had a housed 5D II before but used it exclusively for wide shots. Mantis shrimp: Goby on whip coral: Squid during night dive:
  12. Hello, I am selling the following 'ready to shoot' wide angle package for the Sony A7RII. The package includes: Nauticam NA-A7II ($2,850 new) http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-17414.lasso Nauticam N100 Flat Port 37 for Sony FE 28mm f/2 Lens with 67mm threads for NA-A7II Housings ($330 new) http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-37127.lasso Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Lens 130° 67mm Wetmate lens ($1,150 new) http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-83201.lasso Nauticam M67 to Bayonet Mount Converter for Wet Lenses ($80 new) http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-83213.lasso Nauticam Bouyancy Collar for WWL-1 Lens ($50 new) http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-83225.lasso Sony FE 28mm f/2 Lens (Sony SEL28F20) ($450 new) https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1126139-REG/sony_sel28f20_fe_28mm_f_2_lens.html Note: Item comes with 2 Years (remaining) of Accidental Damage insurance from SquareTrade / B&H Sony Alpha a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera ($3200 new) https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1159878-GREY/sony_a7r_mark_ii_digital.html Note: Item comes with 2 Years (remaining) of Accidental Damage insurance from NewLeaf / Adorama All items will come with original receipts from Backscatter, B&H and Adorama as well as original packaging, box items, etc. All items are in excellent condition (never been flooded, etc.), photos can be supplied upon request / interest. Asking price for all of these items bundled as a complete 'ready to shoot package' is $5,600 plus shipping. I prefer not to sell individual Nauticam components but can also offer the package excluding the camera and lens for $3200. I will also sell the NA-A7II housing by itself for $2,000 (no ports or accessories). I have enjoyed shooting this system for just under 6 months - this set up has done roughly ~100 dives across Indonesia, Mexico, Tonga and the Maldives. I also have an A7SII and another NA-A7II housing with the 16-35mm set up. I am selling this system because I no longer need redundant housings/wide angle set ups, while previously I was traveling for an extended period of time on various shoots. The image quality, fast video autofocus, great low light and ability to shoot high quality stills and full frame 4k video in a small package were the major selling points for me. The full frame sensor is a beast for photos and the strong XAVCS codec and SLOG2 features are amazing for video shooters as well. Review of A7RII for UW from backscatter: http://www.backscatter.com/learn/article/article.php?ID=234 Please PM me if you are interested!
  13. I just got the Ikelite housing for the A7R II and was shocked to discover that this housing gives you a teeny-tiny view using the built-in eyepiece. Coming from the Ikelite housing for the Canon 5D II, I'd say this is a major downgrade as far as viewfinder use is concerned, which gives you about 60% to 70% view (compared with 90% to 95% on the Ikelite 5D II housing). It puts the A7R II's giant viewfinder to waste. It's a shame Ikelite doesn't mention this on their website. No, I don't plan to splurge another $1,000 on a viewfinder magnifier. The tray also doesn't have a lock, so be careful that the camera doesn't fall when opening the housing. You also can't switch from TTL to manual strobe control (and vice versa) underwater, which I've been able to do in my previous housing. You have to open the housing to flick the switch. Everything else is fine. But I had to highlight these negative points because the "professional" reviewers forgot to mention them. Unless there's something wrong with my housing. Is the built-on eyepiece really supposed to be that bad? Notice that I'm not comparing the housing with an Aquatica or Nauticam, but with an old Ikelite housing for the 5D II which really didn't look that bad.
  14. Hi, what's the optimal port for the Canon 15mm fisheye lens + Metabones IV adapter inside an Ikelite A7R II housing and the 8-inch dome? Ikelite only lists the Sigma 15mm fisheye lens + Metabones on its website and I think the Canon lens is a few millimeters shorter? Thanks a lot for any help.
  15. Just got back with my first outing with my A7Rii with Nauticam housing and Sea & Sea YS-D1 strobes. I'm a complete newbie when it comes to underwater photography (especially with strobes) but have been reading a lot and also am surrounded with camera in my day to day job. I used to futz around with a 5D and split level / surf photography.. this is my first outing using a housing while scuba diving at the same time. Would love some feedback. Here's a flickr album with a few of them. https://flic.kr/s/aHskz7kjSa
  16. 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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