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  1. For Sale : Inon, Hugyfot, Nikon and a whole bunch of accessories For Sale in the United States - New York Awesome beginner kit to learn underwater SLR shooting. Here are some shots I took over the years: https://mjmoreno.smugmug.com/Travel/Tiger-and-Hammerhead-Trip/ All can be purchased separately or as a package (make an offer!). Prices are listed below by the items. I've included the links to the manufacturers web pages (some were not available), but actual photos of the items are listed in the pictures attached. Yes - these do have some wear/tear on them; which is expected. I'll do my best to show flaws in the pictures, but let me know if you need more details. On a side note - I really liked owning this kit. It brought me tremendous joy learning underwater photography over the years. I hope it does the same for someone else! Higher res photos here: https://mjmoreno.smugmug.com/Nature/Underwater-Gear-for-Sale/ (1) Hugyfot Housing Nikon D80 (camera included) $100.00 USD - Nikon D80 camera body, battery, charger & everything that comes in the box - Hugyfot D80 housing - Hugyfot Fisheye port FEP-6.608 - for Nikkor 10.5mm Fisheye / Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye - Hugyfot Extension EXT-6.430 (20 mm) - for Nikkor 105mm Micro VR - Hugyfot Zoom Gear GEA-6.511 - for Tokina 10-17mm Fisheye -Hugyfot pressure regulator and moister alarm kit Originally purchased from Backscatter: (2) Inon Z-240 stobe lights and fiber cables $300 USD each or $500 USD for the pair https://www.backscatter.com/Inon-Z240-Underwater-Strobe (4) Ultralight Double Ball Arm (8") $100 USD https://www.backscatter.com/Ultralight-8-inch-Double-Ball-Arm (7) Ultralight clamps $100 USD https://www.backscatter.com/Ultralight-Large-Clamp-for-use-with-Buoyancy-Arms (2) Inon Angle connector $10 USD https://www.backscatter.com/Ultralight-Inon-Strobe-Adapter (1) Tokina Fisheye Lens for NIKON SLR $200 USD https://tokinalens.com/product/at_x_107_dx_fisheye/ (16) Sayno/Panasonic Batteries with Charger $10 USD https://www.backscatter.com/Panasonic-Eneloop-AA-NiMH-Batteries-8-Pack (1) a bunch of little accessories too All purchases are final; buyer pays all shipping. I will ship internationally if necessary. Thank you for your consideration
  2. Hi Folks, Up for sale is a BRAND NEW Panasonic Lumix LX-10 with the Nauticam NA-LX10 Pro Package. Package includes Flexitray, Right Handle, Two Mounting Balls, M14 Vacuum Valve, Shutter Extension). This went on one set of dives with me in the Cayman Islands. I decided that I love underwater photography so much that I am going to anty up and go with a more professional rig. I LOVE this package and it is so easy to use, but I can tell this is going to be more than just a hobby for me. I paid over $1,800 for this setup plus tax. You can price it out on backscatter.com. Here is a link to the Backscatter page... https://www.backscatter.com/group/Panasonic-LX10-Underwater-Housing It was Backscatter's compact camera pick of the year and I completely understand why. I would keep it and upgrade, but I already have too much camera equipment so I will part with this. I am willing to part with it for $1,500 not including shipping. Feel free to make me an offer. Thanks so much! Jason ​You can reply on the thread or email me about Jason.santosuosso@gmail.com
  3. Selling my trusty GoPro4 + Sola2000 rig. Used once in Cayman for some awesome video. $750 for the whole thing. Can ship anywhere. Backscatter Sola 2000 Dual Video Light Package (bs-sola2k-pkg2): Purchased for = $899.00 FLIP3.1 MacroMate Mini Combo Package for GoPro Hero4, Hero3+ & Hero3 (bs-flip31-mmc): Purchased for = $229.00 GoPro HERO4 Black Adventure Edition Action Video Camera (gp-chdhx-401): Purchased for = $499.99 GoPro LCD Touch BacPac (gp-alcdb-304): Purchased for = $79.99 Cetacea Housing Coiled Lanyard purchased for $19.00
  4. Keldan Video Lights in Excellent Condition They just over 2 years old and now have less than 20 dives on them. I recently used them on 6 dives in Indonesia for a Manta Video (last week) and now will no longer need them as they will not get used until late next year. So rather than storing them I am posting them here. The original batteries are still in excellent condition and hold a full charge so you still get the 55min- 2.5hr burn time. These are the modular version so you are able to update the video heads as Keldan releases new technology. ​Cost $4200 + new Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. You can check the specs with Backscatter where they were originally purchased. Package comes with: Asking $2095 USD for - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Lights - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Batteries (Original Batteries) - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Ball Clamps - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Chargers ---- If you are interested in two spare batteries (bought one month ago and have been charged once) for a total of 4 batteries Package above (+) $700 USD = $2795 - 2X Keldan Luna 8 Batteries (used once - basically brand new - Paid $880 a month ago) ----- I have sold other items on Wetpixel here like an aquatic 5DMKIII housing and Flouro Diving Kit I will accept Paypal Only. ----
  5. Aloha All, I have a Macromate close-up lens that I will be putting on ebay unless anyone here wants it. I originally used it on the older Ikelite housing with the clear port for a Canon 100mm macro. It worked great. When I moved up to the new black ports I had to grind the “U” shape out of the extension to fit the part where the two pieces come together. You can see this in the photos. So this will work on the old clear port for the 100mm or the black glass port. The following is from Backscatters website about this product……. “Extreme Macro Get incredibly sharp 2:1 (twice life-size) macro images with the underwater removable MacroMate lens for underwater SLR housings. The MacroMate doubles your 100mm or 105mm image size by allowing you to get closer to the subject. Sealed Achromatic Glass Optics Custom achromatic lenses are sealed in a glass optical housing and provide extreme magnification with incredibly sharp edges. This unique design produces much tighter and sharper images than simple close-up lenses that are exposed to water. The air sealed chamber maximizes the optical properties of the close-up lens without distortion or soft edges. The MacroMate is designed for a snug fit on the lens and when not in use, the photographer can quickly flip the lens up and out of the way. This is just the Macromate close-up lens. The port is NOT included. Specifications Optics: Multi-coated acromatic lenses sealed in an optical glass housing Magnification: 2:1 (2x lifesize) Hardware: Custom machined delrin adapter with stainless fasteners Weight in Air: 1.55 lb / 24.8 oz (most designs) Weight in Fresh Water: 0.56 lb / 9 oz (most designs)” You can see more about this on the Backscatter website. They sell them for $599.00. The first person with $300.00 plus $15.00 shipping will get this one. Let me know if you have any questions. David Fleetham david@davidfleetham.com
  6. Hey all, Up for sale is my mint Nauticam Rossa Underwater Housing for Red Epic Dragon and Red Scarlet Dragon cameras. I also am throwing in two battery modules (Red volts) and an adapter module. This housing is in great condition, has never flooded, has the vacuum seal system with the warning lights built in. It will ship for free anywhere in the US, but we can discuss international. Ships in/with its pelican case. Everything in the photos is what's included. Nothing more, nothing less. I'm happy to skype/FaceTime to show you my face and give you a closer look at the housing and gear. I'm located in Monterey, CA, USA, home to BackScatter Underwater Imaging. I just brought this housing in for them to look at and they gave it a thumbs up for quality. This package MSRP is upwards of 12k. I'm looking for $8500 OBO. I'm willing to negotiate if it's reasonable. PayPal only with buyer protection. I've been scammed before on RedUser so I know what to look for. I expect references from you, too. Images here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0...XRxNTYxZ2pTeE0
  7. FOR SALE: Macromate Flip Lens for Seacam flat port, gives 2:1 (twice life size) magnification for amazing super macro shooting. Flip it up and out of the way when you don't want to shoot super macro.. Great condition. Glass clean, a few minor scratches on the black plastic. $599 New from Backscatter. SELLING FOR $230 USD, which includes Paypal fees and shipping in the lower 48. Will consider shipping overseas for additional cost. Best to email me at: brandoncole@msn.com Thanks, Brandon Cole tel: 509-535-3489
  8. Backscatter Airlock Vacuum system with the M16 bulkhead for Nauticam housings. This system works really well and gives you extra confidence that your housing is actually airtight! My new housing has the integrated Nauticam system, so I'm letting this one go. Original MSRP for the Airlock and bulkhead is $499 Selling the Airlock and bulkhead for $239 + shipping Payment via PayPal Please PM with any questions and thanks for looking! -Jim (Seattle, WA)
  9. Hi everyone! I had a great dive a couple of weeks ago at Zabargad, in the south of the Egyptian part of the Red Sea. A couple of Longimani showed up and circled us for a while. True to their usual MO, they stayed on the side that the sun came from. I was in the water with equipment for small stuff, which didn't help in getting close to them either. OM-D EM-5 in a NA-EM5 case, with a 45mm Panasonic lens (and two D2000/S2000 strobes that I didn't use and a Nauticam SMC-1, which I didn't use either... ) The action was fantastic, but visibility wasn't amazing at all unfortunately - if you have any editing tips that might improve this a bit I'd be extremely grateful. I ended up with these pictures: JPG from camera: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Lak_nZWziOMl9xVlo3ZTJFNm8/view?usp=sharing RAW from camera: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_Lak_nZWziOa28zcV9FYVlqUWM/view?usp=sharing Edited shot that took me around 2 hours with the spot removal tool:
  10. Hello everyone my name is Chris. I've been diving since 2006 and just bought my first dedicated underwater camera. I'm starting with a GoPro Hero 3 Silver edition. I'm doing my Master's thesis on trophic transfer of Mercury in reef communities which makes me a regular diver down in Long Key, FL. I'm curious about red filters and would appreciate any feedback you guys might have. Currently I'm looking at three very different lenses. The base price one is by PolarPro (http://www.polarprofilters.com/shop/goprohero3redfilter/), the mid grade by Backscatter (http://www.backscatter.com/sku/bs-gp-h3-flip.lasso), and the premium priced option by Snake River Prototyping (http://snakeriverprototyping.com/shopblurfix3so.html). Right now I'm leaning toward the Backscatter brand's model mainly due to the reasonable price, the ability to easily rotate the filter away, and some of the comparison videos I've seen. If you guys have any suggestions I'm all ears. Thanks! Chris
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