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  1. Hello. I have a broken pin in my bulkhead on my aquatica 7D housing. Does anybody have one that they want to get rid of? I think it is part # 18922.S
  2. Hello guys, I need some advise on how to remove a bulkhead cap from my ikelite bulkhead. Seems very tight. I'm using a mini vice grip/tongue and groove plier to remove it but somehow when i leverage the pliers, the entire bulkhead moves , not just the cap. Please help . Thanks Dan
  3. Hi all, selling one M16 Offset Connector with Dual Activation Vacuum Valve. Nauticam NA 25623. New in open box. Retails at 400 Euro. Asking 250 Euro and open for reasonable offers. Will accept PayPal. Paypal fees on buyers expense. Items located in Germany. Can be picked up at Frankfurt/ Main. World wide shipping. Send me a PM or better contact me directly: mailmeyer@gmx.net Pictures will come soon. Also available: HDMI bulkhead to use with socket extension [25032], asking 60 Euro Kind regards, Andreas Other items listed on ebay "Start at 1 Euro auctions", only 1 day left :-) https://www.ebay.de/sch/m.html?item=332721508628&hash=item4d77bf5114%3Ag%3AF90AAOSwOqBbS3OA&_ssn=a.my&_sop=10 Atomos Ninja-2 in Nauticam Housing 17902 (Sentinel Leak Detector System V3, HDMI BUlkheads M16, Atomos Ninja 2 Recorder 2 x Master Caddies, 2 x NP-F570 Batteries, Brandnew SSD CRUCIAL MX500, 250GB;brandnew Dual Fast Charger for the Sony batteries) Light & Motion Sola Video 3500 Plus DSLR N120 Port System Nauticam 18722 NAUTICAM MACRO PORT N60 for Nikon AF Micro Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D or in combination with the INON Insect Eye UFL-MR 130EFS60 Insect Eye Nauticam 21270 Extension ring 70 + focus Knob NA 18301 Compact port 30 NA 18211 Compact port base NA 18540 Compact Port Extension 40 NA 18550 Compact port Extension 50 N85 MIL (Olympus/ Panasonic) NA-36131 - N85 3.5 Wide Angle Port for Lumix G 14mm F2.5ASPH, Nikon 1 Nikkor 10mm f/2.8, Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM NA-36183 - N85 4.33" dome port for Canon EF-EOS M adapter and EF 8-15mm f/4L Nauticam Sony N100 Port System): N100 for Sony A7....A9 NA 37129 N100 180mm Optical Glass Wide Angle Port Other & Misc Ikelite 5510.45 Modular 8 inch Dome Port w/shade. Asking 360 Euro Olympus PT-EP12 for PEN E-PL7 Olympus PPO-EP01 OLYMPUS PPO-E01 for Olympus ZUIKO 14-45 mm & 35mm macro ZEN WA-100-EP ZEN FP 100 EP
  4. Hi, I use a heavily modified Equinox HD10 housing for my Sony FS7 camera and it works a treat. I have sourced almost all the constituent parts for the housing apart from the bulkhead fittings for the control rods. They take a 1/4" shaft and have double O rings. Does anyone know who supplied these to Equinox as I'm trying to get hold of some to make further modifications. I can see no manufactures stamping etc. The Equinox website seems to have disappeared. I'm over if the UK. All help greatly appreciated. Thanks Andy
  5. Opted for fiber optic connections instead, but was past the return period. Never used. Free shipping within North America. Outside North America, buyer pays shipping. PayPal only. USD$115.
  6. I have two Ikelite sync cords for sale: 1. Ikelite TTL Dual Sync Cord 4104.62 One Nikonos Bulkhead to Two Ikelite Strobes: $110 This cord is in new condition. It has never been used or in the water. From the Ikelite website: Y-shaped sync cord with Ikelite-style plugs on strobe ends and Nikonos-style plug on the housing end. Provides TTL operation with any compatible system featuring a Nikonos-style N5 TTL bulkhead and Ikelite strobe. The Ikelite-style plug is widely recognized as the most reliable waterproof strobe sync connection available. Built-in strain reliefs reduce stress on cord ends. This cord is compatible with Nikonos, film and digital TTL systems. Do not use this cord with non-TTL systems. If unsure, contact your housing manufacturer or choose a non-TTL sync cord. This cord requires the attachment of two strobes for waterproof operation. To shoot with only one strobe, try a single sync cord instead. 2. Ikelite Sync Cord - Ikelite Strobe to Nikonos Bulkhead TTL Product Number 4104.6: $80 Used a few times and has been in storage in a workshop for a few years. From Ikelite's website: Coiled sync cord with an Ikelite­style plug on strobe end and Nikonos­style plug on housing end. Provides TTL operation with any compatible system featuring a Nikonos­style N5 TTL bulkhead and Ikelite strobe. The Ikelite­style plug is widely recognized as the most reliable waterproof strobe sync connection available. Built­in strain reliefs reduce stress on cord ends. This cord is compatible with Nikonos, film and digital TTL systems. Do not use this cord with non­TTL systems. If unsure, contact your housing manufacturer or choose a non­TTL sync cord. To connect two strobes to a single housing bulkhead, try a dual sync cord instead. f you are interested, please contact Norb Wu at temp2_at_norbertwu.com. Please no phone calls. I am happy to entertain reasonable offers. I can accept Square, Paypal, and personal checks. I've found Square to be the easiest these days -- I can create an invoice and send it to you via email, and you can then pay with your credit card without sending that information to me. Personal checks will have to clear my bank before the product is shipped; which can take up to three weeks. Shipping will be at buyer's expense (at actual cost) and will be UPS Ground, Fedex Ground, or USPS Priority Mail (all of which give tracking of packages). If we conclude a deal, I'll give you a quote for shipping via one of the above methods. Thanks! I've sold quite a few things here on wetpixel, and everyone has been friendly, courteous, and great to deal with. Thanks to Eric and Adam for making this forum work so well! Norbert Wu
  7. Hello, I am searching for the Nauticam M14 Offset Connector Extension Valve with Vacuum Valve ( Nauticam number #25059) Willing to buy or swap against regular Nauticam M14 Vacuum Valve. Thank you very much for any hints or offers.
  8. Hi. Just changed my Seaandsea canon 7d housing to a Seaandsea canon 5d mklll housing and have a question regarding the dimension. I have a bulkhead for an external monitor and wondered if the diameter is the same in the two housings. I believe the dimension is 16 mm?? Thanks in advance. Søren
  9. Hi, selling my external Monitor Setup. SmallHD DP4 & Nauticam NA-DP4. SmallHD DP4 Bundle, Nauticam Housing, all cables and Bulkhead. Ready to be used with Nikon, Sony, Canon, Fuji cameras, Oly OM-D E-M5 MarkII and many others Retails in Europe at 2400 Euro. Asking price: 1350 Euro / OBO Chart with compatible cameras, more details and pictures over here: http://www.ebay.de/sch/a.my/m.html?item=331831714628&hash=item4d42b62344%3Ag%3A0aoAAOSwDuJWwLNn&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562 Items located in germany, Will do international shipment. Paypal is accepted. Buyer needs to pay the shipping cost and paypal fees. Cheers, Andreas
  10. I have a seemingly unique situation and I am not sure many people have any experience with the equipment I am about to mention, but I hope that it will get me some leads. I have an AquaTech Elite housing for my 5D3, which I use for photographing primarily salmonids in creeks and streams in Alaska and Washington state. This housing has been great as far as it's compact size and minimal weight. I want to start to move towards the marco arena to photograph juvenile salmonids and other smaller fish species, but I am finding out quickly that my strobe options are limited to a housing for a 580EX II which is offered by Aquatech. My Aquatech housing I believe uses a 10Bar 6-pin bulkhead. On the bulkhead is written "SCM6" and I am trying to use this bulkhead to use a pair of hard wired Sea and Sea strobes, as I don't think fiber optics is an option for me (no popup flash or room for a prefabbed led type trigger). The first hurdle is connecting my camera's hotshoe to the bulkhead on the inside of my housing. www.aditech-usa.com in the USA has several 10Bar hotshoe cable offerings and two for the Canon hotshoe. One is specified as a "Canon 6-Pin" and another specified as a "Canon-S6" hotshoe to bulkhead connection. I am assuming the "Canon 6-pin" is to go to something like a housed 580EX II which makes me think that the "Canon-S6" is what i want to go to my "SCM6" bulkhead? Are 6 pin connections all the same? If someone has experience with these cables the bulkhead has a 6 male pin lead to connect to the hotshoe connection. I have seen pictures of both where there's either 6 male pins on the hotshoe connection to the bulkhead and another with 6 female plugs on the hotshoe connection to the bulkhead <is what I need. Then from the SCM6 bulkhead I am guessing that I want the SUBTRONIC standard 6-pin electrical sync cord for connecting 10Bar housing to a INON or Sea & Sea strobe, non TTL offered by Aditech. (10Bar SyC-SHF6-SSM5) which would allow me to connect to Sea and Sea strobes from my 6 pin bulkhead. I guess I would be hesitant to try to switch bulkheads, and I've also noticed the DIY led setup to use optical triggers, but I would like to see if this hardwired setup will work. I would be very very very grateful for any help or advice. Thanks
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