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Hi, I've an Aquatica AD7000 housing in excellent condition. Just came back from Aquatica to install a vacuum system and a regular maintenance. * Aquatica was very impressed by the excellent condition of the housing. The kit include : - AD7000 housing. - D7000 camera purchased brand new in May 2016. One battery included, no SD card. - 16-85mm Nikon DX lens. * No gear zoom and gear focus included. Not needed to use the lens only at 16mm. - 8" acrylic dome. * No port extension as the lens can be used at 16mm without it. - Two arms and 4 ball clamps to install the strobes on the system. - Two INON Z-240 type 4 strobes. ** No sync cord is included. - Vacuum pump, valve and internal control module. ** A brand new 8" acrylic dome can be included for an extra $350.00. The one included with the system have a few minor scratches that doesn't create problems in pictures. Asking $3500.00 USD ( $3850.00 if you take the new 8" dome ). Thanks for looking. Frederic Caron Qc, Canada
Selling our well used Aquatica AD7000 underwater housing with glass mini-dome including the Nikon d7000 (Shutter Count 38,352) with Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye lens. Comes with spare Nikon D7000 base for aquatica housing, zoom gear for Tokina 10-17mm FE, SanDisk Extreme 90MB/s 16MB SD card and original Nikon EN-EL15 battery and charger. Housing and port has front and rear caps as well as the camera and lens. Based in Western Australia but happy to ship at buyers expense. Aquatica Mini-dome is perfect optically with nothing visual showing in photos or video but has wear on the port as seen in the image attached. Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye in immaculate condition. All functions on housing work perfectly and has a 5-PIN bulkhead and fiber optic bulkhead. We have only used fiber optic bulkhead and works great. Can include sea & sea fiber optic cable for strobe free of charge if interested. Looking for US$1250 or AU$1750 ONO for complete setup and will not separate. Contact Ed on 0481276316 or Hayley on 0406273306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy to answer any questions.
Hi everybody, I recently purchased a used but very nice AD7000 Aquatica housing. I'm the second owner. The housing is in almost brand new condition. I've perfomed the immersion test w/o the camera inside, and after an hour inside the water and pressing the buttons regularly, I was pretty confident and I decided to go ahead with the camera inside. It didn't even took 5 seconds and the alarm system started to ring. Water is going badly inside the housing. I took the water off the housing and repeated the test w/o the camera. No leak. I verified everything again ang again, applied lube on my o-rings and did another trial with the camera. Same thing, water goes inside. I'm completely puzzled. What I'm doing wrong ? Does anyone had the same problem ? As I'm writting this, the housing is inside the water ( no camera ) and still dry inside. No leak. Weird. Thanks in advance for your help. Frederic
Hi All; I have decided to go all mirrorless and as such have a lot of gear to sale: 1) Aquatica AD7000 housing with 2 fiber optic ports, moisture sensor and hydrophone. Housing has only been used a few time and performs like new. Includes body cap. US $1850. 2) Aquatica 18410 4 inch mini dome. Used but works great. US $425. 3) Aquatica 18409 6 inch dome with 6 inch dome shade (18484). Dome has a small scratch but it does not hinder its use. Both for US $275. 4) Aquatica extension rings: 18462, 18456, 18453. For sale individually at US $135, each. 5) Aquatica Gears: 48717, 48696, and 48731. For sale individually at US $75. The housing will go on ebay soon so if you want it please let me know soon. I require payment by paypal and will only ship to a US address. Thanks, Ray J