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  1. Hello,After much consideration I decided to sell my entire underwater camera setup since I simply have not been diving much anymore. While you can see all included components listed below and in the attached file ("G16 - included components.pdf"), please note that this is a COMPLETE SETUP that fits into the thickly padded AO Cooler bag and provides you with everything you need to dive straight into taking amazing pictures. All items have consistently been rinsed, cleaned, lubricated, etc. after dives, and everything is in great condition and operates without any issues.The asking price for the entire setup is $2,500, and I can either ship it or we can meet in the Los Angeles area. Accepted forms of payment are cash, Paypal, Venmo or bank/wire transfer. I will not accept personal checks or money orders.Please let me know if you have any questions, I am happy to answer anything you would like to know. Also, if needed, I can also provide you with references if you want to validate my credibility. All underwater pictures were taken by me with this camera setup and whatever you see in the pictures will be included in addition to some of the original boxes, spare o-rings, lubricants, etc.Thank you very much in advance for your interest, and I really hope this will find a good new home.Stefan
  2. Hello everyone, I’m looking for 1-2 Canon G-16, better with underwater housing. Thanks.
  3. Looking to buy a Canon G16 Nauticam housing in excellent never leaked condition (with or without camera). Please contact me.
  4. Package includes: -- Canon G16 -- Meikon housing 40m/130 feet + swing adapter 67mm -- Ikelite tray -- Ikelite flex arms that can be used to attach video or other lights -- Ikelite AF-35 strobe -- INON wide angle lens with dome UWL-S100 ZM80 -- Subsee +10 diopter. ***only selling as a package*** Everything in very good-excellent condition; camera and strobe come with extra batteries so that you never run out of power on 3-4 dives a day. Shipping to US/Canada. Price of package $1200 USD. Below are some pictures taken with this camera.
  5. Hello, I am currently using a Canon G16 with a Nauticam housing and would like to invest in a wide angle lens. I am going diving with whales in Australia in the coming weeks and I want to make sure I have good shots. I could read online that I have 2 options: Inon S100ZM80 with dome or Dyron super wide angle. Would you know which one is best? Is it truly going to make a difference from not using a wide angle lens with my G16? Many thanks for your opinion. Helene
  6. Has anyone used the Canon G16 to shoot underwater macro? It has an aperture value to only F/8. I could make it work, just looking for anyone who has experienced it. I will be using a macro conversion lens as well.
  7. Hello everyone, I am a very novice underwater photographer taking "point and shoot photos" for the past 5 years. All my photography has been with the Canon G-series cameras in the Canon case (no external strobes). I'm at a point where I would like to up my game and have just purchased the G16. I'm contemplating a strobe purchase. This photo of the Juvenile Porcupine Pufferfish was one of my first photos with the Canon G16. Taken about 5 meters in natural light in Cozumel. I've done post editing (crop, sharpen, white balance, and minimal back scatter removal with healing brush). I thought it was one of my lifetime best underwater photos...but then nobody likes to call their baby "ugly". One of the areas where I struggle is the post processing...I try to get the color as true as possible but I'm very aware that we don't see the true color of the fish without the aid of artificial light and I'm shooting with ambient light. Would some of you "expert" photogs please give me some feedback on my photo and my post processing? Any advice welcome. :-) Thanks so much...Linda
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