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  1. Nauticam D800 Housing, serviced at Reef Photo this year (can be verified at Reef Photo with Serial Number), new vacuum/moisture alarm system, UW Technics flash converter, 45 degree Nauticam finder, Nauticam Standard eyepiece, Aquatica port adapter, BTS Bridge Bar. All in like new condition. $3200 with Paypal
  2. Hello, I have just switched to a DSLR system, my setup is a D800E in Nautical Housing with 2 strobe INON S2000 activated by the in-build flash with finer optic cable. I would like to know from someone with similar setup what would be the sync speed I can push the system, has anyone tested at 1/250, 1/320 or above? Second I was wandering if I-TTL mode would work as well as flash exposure compensation, somehow I feel it would be easier to adjust rather than using the small knob of thee strobe. I will be shooting Macro with 105 Micro VR, in your experience is recharging time really bothering in this setup? What alternatives do I have to fire my strobes, and what are the gain ? thank you for your suggestions.
  3. For Sale: Seacam Silver D800 Housing $1900.00 Housing in good condition, see images for review (2) Nikonos 5-pin bulkheads Seacam WP Dome Port (6 inches) $500.00 Seacam PVL 70mm extension Ring $150.00 Seacam Fisheye Dome Port (slight film on glass, does not impair images): $300.00 Purchase everything for $2555.00 or separately for prices above. Minor cosmetic scratches on body, handles, etc... Buyer to pay shipping and shipping insurance. Items located in USA Email for more images and details: info@acottonphoto.com
  4. Nauticam NA-D800 housing for Nikon D800 and D800E cameras, in good working condition. Some scuffs on bottom. Very minor scuffs on top. Rubberized coating on handles starting to peel (looks ugly, but no effect on functionality). Center threaded hole on bottom has been re-tapped to 1/4-20 threads (to match other two holes); one Nikonos style bulkhead with hotshoe plus two optical bulkheads; two one-inch balls on handles included: $1750 Nikon D800E 36MP DSLR camera body, in excellent condition, shutter count 11,740: $950 or camera body and housing together for $2600 No ports or lenses included. Only the camera body and housing with original accessories that came with them. Camera comes in original box with all contents (battery, charger, strap, etc.) Location is Hawaii, U.S.A. buyer pays shipping and shipping insurance
  5. FS: Ikelite Nikon D800 Housing - model 6812.8 - $750 USD Shipped within continental USA, international will have to pay lowest rate. Bought from a friend who went to sony, I ended up getting a Z7 and don't want to carry a separate set of everything. Low price reflects passing on good karma for price i got it for. Does not include domes, includes many accessories. Please let me know if you have any questions. Nick
  6. Hi everybody, I'd like to buy a Nikon D800 setup, if you have full setup or bits of it please get in touch with me. You can send pics and get in touch with me at riccifrancesco1989@gmail.com The gear must be shipped to Australia. PayPal payment. Cheers Francesco
  7. I'm selling my beloved Nikon D800 and Nauticam Housing with a Sigma 15mm fisheye lens for 2.500 € plus shipping. The housing is fully functional and has been serviced by Nauticam Spain last April. The housing has signs of use (most remarkably the white lettering that has fallen off in some buttons) but has always served me well. I have installed a UW Technics Led trigger to work with fibre optic strobes without using the camera pop-up flash (this alone is a 300 € extra). The camera and lens are in very good state and they were mostly used inside the housing. This sigma lens is very sharp (I would say it's sharper than my Nikkor 8-15mm fisheye). I'm the first and only owner of everything I'm selling. I'm asking 2.500 € + shipping. The itens are located in Portugal so I would prefer selling within the EU. Please check the images below and feel free to ask me for pictures taken with this setup. Miguel Pereira
  8. Used Nauticam D800 Version 2 Housing for Sale - Excellent condition For more information. Contact Carolyn at ctdavismd@gmail.com or call 1-913-634-9652 Free Ground shipping in the USA For Pictures and more information https://www.housingcamera.com/used-nauticam-na-d800ii-underwater-housing-for-nikon-d800-dslr-camera.html
  9. FOR SALE: COMPLETE SEACAM SILVER D800/D800E HOUSING & ACCESSORIES INCLUDES: 1) D800/D800E Housing / Nikonos Bulk Heads 2) 180 Straight Viewfinder 3) Fisheye Dome Port 4) 60/105 Macro Port 5) FMP Fisheye Macro Port 6) Wet Diopter #2 7) Port Extensions: 25, 30, 35 8) 16-35 Zoom Gear Original Price ( see attached original invoice ) $11615. Selling for: $5000.00 Firm Price / No international shipping / Complete System Only I am a pro photographer and this housing has been used only once in the ocean. It has been used for my pool photography. If you buy it and it doesn't live up to your expectations I'll take it back. Best to contact me directly rhkdiver@gmail.com Rod Klein www.rhkuw.com
  10. Gently used Nauticam Housing for Nikon D800 Owned by professional photographer Mark Strickland For more information contact Mark at mark@markstrickland.com Or call 1-805-271-9798 Housing: Excellent condition. Slight cosmetic blemishes, but functions perfectly. I am super-careful about rinsing it immediately after surfacing, never allowing salt water to dry on the housing. As a result, all the controls work flawlessly--no sticky buttons! D800 Camera: Excellent condition, USA version, only 12,446 shutter actuations. Includes original box, software, strap, printed owners manual, LCD protector, Nikon battery and charger, Quick Pro D800 camera guide (DVD), and PhotoBert laminated “Cheat Sheet” for camera settings A few other points about the housing: 1. Includes a pair of ball mounts that attach to the dovetail plates on top of the handles. There’s also a dovetail plate on the bottom of the right handle, allowing switching one strobe arm to that position when shooting verticals, resulting in both arms forming a “Y” off the top (right) handle when shooting portrait mode. You certainly don't have to take this approach, but it’s a nice option that will be at your disposal. 2. Strobes can connect either via electronic sync cables (housing includes pre-installed 5-pin bulkhead for Nikon, PLUS a spare 5-pin bulkhead) or fiber optic cables; the housing is set up for both options. 3. Moisture alarm and Nauticam's optional vacuum-check system are included and installed. 4. Also included but not pictured: vacuum pump, spare 5 pin flash bulkhead, accessory pouch with printed user manual, hex keys, spare o-ring, Nauticam lubricant, sync port cap, original box Housing Only: $1725 Camera Only: $825 Housing and Camera Bundle: $2425 All prices include free ground shipping in the USA
  11. I am a professional photographer selling my D800/Sea&Sea underwater setup because I recently upgraded to the D850. The setup has been amazing for the past few years and would be a great setup for anyone looking to shoot full frame underwater. It has never flooded and has been used mostly (>95% of the time) in Florida's freshwater springs. Although used, it has been treated with care. There are minor scratches on the dome that do not affect the photos. All you need to get underwater is a lens (I've used a Sigma 15mm fisheye or Nikon 16-35mm). Almost everything on my website was shot with this camera. What's included: D800 camera body + battery MDX800 housing with Nikonos bulkhead connector Dome Port 240 (including neoprene cover & rear port cover) 2 40mm extension rings 16-35mm zoom gear $3200 for everything. Ships from Florida, USA.
  12. I am selling my D800 body with the Subal housing body. Camera pix below. The housing is presently at Reef Photo getting its final maintenance check and reinstalling the standard viewfinder. I'll post photos of the housing as soon as it is returned. Caveat(s): Subal issued a retrofit for the back of the housing a couple of years ago because the buttons were sticking. There is no problem since the retrofit, but you do have to work the buttons some after a day's diving. I do that anyway with every housing, just makes sense. The camera has never been flooded, but the housing has been, quite a while ago ( worn port o-ring). Luckily, the flood was an hour away from Reef Photo, so it had a full checkup and moisture alarm replacement within the afternoon. ( The camera was toast, I am selling the replacement Nikon D800.) I've been using the setup ever since with no issues. I've included a photo from my last trip with it, three weeks ago. It is a 36 megapixel camera, full frame, with everything it came with, box, manuals, DVD, camera strap, battery charger, two batteries. The housing is set up for fiber optic cables (two), and standard viewfinder. Selling them both together for $2300.
  13. Hello all, While I'm an experienced terrestrial nature photographer, I am a complete novice with underwater so I could use some advice and the reasoning behind it. Let me explain what I'm looking to do and the gear I have. First of all, I'm photographing to print and print large. I print on canvas and metal a lot of times 5' or larger. With my terrestrial work, detail and sharpness has been one of the hallmarks of my work so it is imperative that I keep that as much as possible underwater. I will be on a liveaboard trip mostly snorkeling for dolphins with a few dives added in the Bahamas in the next month and that is my primary concern right now. After that I have short-term plans for sea turtles, alligators, and freshwater animals. Eventually I'm sure I will move into macro, but for right now most of the work will be wide angle and with a good amount of over-under in the near future. Budget is an issue as I just bought a camera and housing for underwater, will need a port/lens, and at the same time I am opening a gallery with my artwork. On the other hand I need to capture images of the best quality to print large or else it doesn't do me any good to save money. So my approach is to start with minimal gear needed to solve some of the initial situations and the increase the possibilities with additional gear in the future when budget becomes available. I'm in the process of purchasing a used D800 with a Subal housing. Keeping in mind the snorkeling with the dolphins, I'm thinking of starting with just a wide angle. I'm considering both the Tokina 10-17mm and the Nikon 8-15mm. I know the Tokina will only work from about 15-17mm without vignetting, but on the other hand the Nikon is really only either a 15mm or an 8mm and while the circular fisheye images look cool viewed on a screen I'm not sure if they make an art print (please tell me otherwise for anyone who has printed these type of images large). Also I have a D500 that the 10-17mm could work well with if a second housing was in my future but realistically that's won't happen for several years. The image quality might be leaning me towards the Nikon even with 2x the price tag. Any recommendations between these two in my situation? Also, is this the right focal length I should be using with the dolphins or is another range better suited? Without fully explaining my situation, ReefPhoto recommended a Zen DP-170 port. The $1000 price tag is much nicer than the $1500 Subal DP-FE4, but 170mm is only 6.7" inches vs the 8" of the Subal port or the 9" of a Zen 230mm. From reading Alex Mustard's Underwater Photography Masterclass I was under the impression that for wide angle shots a larger port is preferred for edge to edge sharpness and also for over-under work. Last questions are regarding lighting. I was considering trying to photograph with just ambient light since the depths will be shallow and I was thinking a bright sandy bottom would also reflect up a good amount of fill. Secondly, no strobes would give less drag for moving with fast-moving dolphins. Also, I know nothing about underwater strobes except from reading Alex Mustard's book and initial price checks look like it would add $1500+. Is my image quality going to be lacking without strobes either in terms of color cast or unattractive shadows? If I really should go for a strobe setup, would a single strobe be ok or are 2 necessary in this case for best results? I know I will be getting strobes eventually but if it won't make much of a difference in this situation I'd be happy to delay the purchase until I know more of what I'm doing. Thank you and sorry for the long post, Robert
  14. FOR SALE: NAUTICAM D800 HOUSING & NIKON D800 1) NAUTICAM HOUSING FOR NIKON D800. HOUSING ONLY, NO PORTS. INCLUDES: COMPLETE INTEGRATED VACUUM SYSTEM, + 2 WIRED NIKONOS STROBE PORTS (IN ADDITION TO INCLUDED FIBER OPTIC PORTS) HOUSING USED ONLY ONCE IN THE OCEAN. PRIMARILY USED AS A POOL HOUSING 2) HARDLY USED NIKON D800 ONLY 6400 SHUTTER ACTUATIONS. INCLUDES: BATTERY, CHARGER, STRAP. SOFTWARE SELLING AS A PACKAGE $2000 PLUS SHIPPING. WILL ONLY SHIP IN USA CONTACT: ROD KLEIN 310 404 4159 rhkdiver@gmail.com www.rhkuw.com SEE PHOTOS: THE NAUTICAM NA-D810 UNDERWATER HOUSING The NA-D800 is an evolutionary marvel. A long list of pioneering engineering breakthroughs from previous Nauticam designs are now standard in NA-D800. The patented housing Locking Latch System has received acclaim worldwide for its ease and functionality. These recessed latches are equipped with safety locks, reduce bulk and require minimal physical effort to engage and release. Port changes have never been simpler than utilizing the Patented Nauticam Locking Port Release. No wrestling, no twisting, no misalignment – just seat and lock. Lens changes are also easily accomplished without removing the camera from the housing using the lens release button logically accessed on the housing front. The lightweight, rugged Nauticam handles are generously contoured with a durable over-mold process of comfortable non-slip rubber. The vacuum monitoring and leak detection circuit provides peace of mind by enabling the user to ensure that their housing is water tight before entering the water. The NA-800 is a shining example of the best that Nauticam has to offer. Every control placement is well thought out. Every button, lever and switch considered not in terms of what is easier for the designer, but what is right for the shooter. An excellent example is the patent pending Multi Controller Pad that is located within easy reach of the right thumb. The device virtually recreates the Nikon multi selector on the back of the NA-800 housing allowing full multidirectional use of this powerful tool (including diagonal movement). No other manufacturer has this. Camera loading is "drop in" simple, with no controls requiring pre-alignment, allowing the fastest and easiest setup possible. Core camera controls such as shutter release, aperture, shutter speed, live view, info, exposure compensation, depth of field preview, Fn, flash exposure compensation, focus mode, AF/M and zoom are located at the user's fingertips. Dual thumb levers, located on the right and left sides of NA-D800 pull important camera functionality from the back of the housing out to the handles. This allows quick access to Video Record, AF-ON (for thumb activated focus), ISO and Image Playback. Complete control of the camera is available from the ergonomic rubberized handles. INTEGRATED VACUUM CHECK AND LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM The Nauticam vacuum check and leak detection system is shipped with NA-1DXII as standard equipment. Combined with an accessory vacuum valve (PN 25625), this monitoring system provides constant updates on the water tight and safe-to-dive status of the housing. A simple color coded LED lighting system lets the user know that the vacuum is solid, or that the housing is losing vacuum. Leak detection is built into the same circuit, so if there is water intrusion, an audible and visual indication will occur. The Nauticam system is temperature compensated, eliminating false alarms caused by a change in outside temperature, or from a camera heating up on an action packed dive.
  15. FS: Nikon D800 Body, Price is $995 USD. A- shape, low 19,600 shutter count. Excellent body shape, no cuts or missing rubber. Clean viewscreen, sensor and mirror. Slight rubbing on bottom plate edges. Complete in original box, battery, charger, etc. Prefer US buyer. Includes PP/CC and FedEx shipping in US lower 48. NO TRADES.
  16. Used Nauticam Nikon D800 DSLR housing only $2650! Includes many options; vacuum leak check and valve, handstrap, 4 ball mounts. In good shape, will take cc and includes free ground shipping in US/Canada! Contact Jack Connick: Jack@OpticalOceanSales, 800-359-1295. (Note: I will be on a dive trip 11/23-12/10)
  17. Never flooded, no vacuum (leak sensor included), prism added for Fibre Optic strobes. Both housing and camera body in good condition and working perfectly. SD and extra CF cards included, plus 2 batteries and charger. Also spare O ring for housing and O ring grease by Nauticam. Housing recently serviced and new handles added. $2,000 plus postage or pick up in Los Angeles.
  18. A couple of weeks ago a Wetpixel reader emailed me directly and asked for my experience of moving from a Nikon D800 to the D500 specifically in a Subal housing. The reader thought the answer would be of wider interest to WP readers - so here it is. As I say, this is based on my own personal experience. I'm no pixel peeper or techno ninja - I just really like taking pictures underwater - so some might argue with techie detail or my choice of gear. Fair enough! "I’ve always been a keen macro shooter. Since about 2008, I've moved from a Nikon D300/Subal to the Nikon D800/Subal - and now the D500/Subal. I’ve also moved from electrically initiated strobes fired from the D300/Subal to fibre optic in the D800/Subal. I found the switch to fibre a really good experience. Fibre is so much more flexible and rugged and is easier for using TTL - which I like especially for macro. I make the point on strobes connections as I think it’s an important part of the D800/D500 consideration. FORMAT Both the D500 and the D800 are superb! I found with the D300/D500 and a DX sensor that using the Nikkors 60mm and 105mm worked well for macro. But with the D800 you only need the 105mm. With the FX sensor on the D800 the 60mm is too short. So with the D800 I only traveled with one macro lens and one port, the Nikkor 105mm and the Subal FP-105VR. I have got so used to the 105mm that, so far, with the D500 I’m only using the 105mm and have not gone back to using a 60mm. The D800 gives you LOADs of pixels which makes cropping easy and flexible - ideal for macro; and you can also switch to a DX image (with the Subal you can do this easily underwater) on the D800 which, then, effectively gives you a roughly 160mm macro lens - with no real loss of quality. So highly flexible. HANDLING Handling of the D500 or D800 is, in my view, broadly the same. The D800 Subal housing is slightly bigger (it’s slightly taller - for good reason which I’ll explain) but not hugely so. The controls between the two Subal housings are pretty much the same - the usual Subal high-build quality and superb “feel”. STROBES AND TTL Here’s the big difference: the D800 can fire strobes using fibre or electrical cables (although mine is only set up for fibre) initiated, in the case of fibre, by the camera’s pop-up built-in flash (hence the slightly larger housing). Electric connections use, of course, a hot shoe link to electrical bulkheads. However the D500 cannot initiate firing strobes on its own via fibre optics. There is no built-in camera flash on the D500. You therefore have to buy a strobe initiator - whether the Subal V3 system or a Turtle TTL or something like that. The electronics fits inside the housing and connects to the camera hot shoe and then to LEDs fitted inside the housing attached to the fibre optic bulkheads. When the camera fires, the strobe initiator flashes an LED which then activates the strobes. These initiators, in most cases, will also give you TTL - which comes automatically with the D800’s in-built flash. I bought the V3 system from Subal which is pricey but seems good - although I have had some initial problems with the LEDs failing - which Subal have replaced. WIDE-ANGLE The other thing I really liked about the D800 was WA shooting. I find the images amazing: sharp, beautiful colours - especially the blues. I have sold a lot of images from this especially from trips to the Red Sea. I’ve not yet had chance to test out the D500 in the same way but I really hope I don’t lose that D800 WA capability! SUMMING UP So, on balance, nothing really to chose from between the D500 and D800 by my experience so far in terms of image quality or handling. The only thing I would flag up is the additional cost of the D500 strobe initiator - which, as I have hopefully explained, you don’t have with the D500 and which you do get with the D800. I’ve had my D500 system about 3 months and have done one trip with it and shot about 3000 images. I’m really pleased with it. Was it really worth switching from the D800 with all the costs involved? Honestly, I’m not sure. The D800/Subal is superb. If I had realised fully the implications of the D500 not having a built-in flash to initiate the strobes via fibre optics (which I love!) - and the costs involved of doing this - I’m not entirely sure I would have made the switch. "
  19. Hi all, I've recently just upgraded to a Nikon D800 with Nauticam housing. I've only done a few dives with the new rig so far, unfortunately in pretty terrible viz, but have noticed a couple of issues with my wide-angle set-ups: - Nikon 17-35mm, & Nauticam 9" optical glass dome & 70mm ext ring. - corner sharpness is quite poor. - Tokina 10-17mm & Kenko 1.4x teleconverter, with Nauticam mini dome (for the 10-17) & 20mm ext ring - slight vignetting visible at its widest focal length. Is anyone using the same lenses as me but with different dome ports? how do you like the results? Is anyone using a Nikon 16mm fisheye on a D800? How does it compare to a 10-17 with a 1.4xTC? The 2 images attached: Nikon 17-35mm, Nauticam 9" optical glass dome & 70mm ext ring, 17mm, 1/200s, f9, ISO160, natural light. (The 2nd image shows the blur in the bottom-left corner of the 1st image). My general question to any D800 users (ideally, Nauticam users too) is, which wide-angle set-up do you find gives you the best results in terms of corner sharpness? Any advice is much appreciated, Cheers, Christian note to Alex Mustard: i read in a previous D800 post last year you may have written a piece discussing wide-angle lenses and domes for FX cameras? If you have, i'd love to have a read as i'm sure you have the magic answers! thanks.
  20. I'm selling the following: Aquatica Housing for Nikon D800 with bulkhead connectors for Ikelite Strobes - currently at Backscatter undergoing annual maintenance Aquatica AQ-18428 flat port Aquatica AQ-18453 extension ring for 105 mm macro lens Aquatica AQ-18409 6" dome port Aquatica AQ-18546 extension ring for Tokina 10-17 mm lens XIT404 Turtle Line zoom ring and gear for Aquatica/Tokina 10-17 Ikelite 4301 TTL adapter Ultralight Aquavision Type Mount Wide I have $5122.95 invested in the above. I'll sell the whole package for $4000 (shipping included), or make me a reasonable offer. Note: If this is sold quickly I will have Backscatter ship the housing direct when they finish the maintenance. PayPal preferred.
  21. As the topic title states, I'm looking for a D800 body. Please email me at alejandr.guerrero009@mymdc.net with any inquiries. Thank you
  22. Hi, I am selling my camera, lenses, underwater housing and accessories. Condition is 9.5/10, hardly use. Only been to 1 dive trip (~ 12 dives) at Maldives, end of 2014. Reason to sell: migrating to Sony Mirrorless... Selling as a package: USD 8,800.00 neg. Location: Malaysia (will shipped outside Malaysia, at buyer's cost) Camera (mid 2014) & Lenses (between 2013-2014) D800E (Shutter count below 6000) Nikon AF-S 16-35mm 1:4G Nikon AF-S 24-70mm F2.8G Nikon AF-S 105mm F2.8G VRII Nikon AF-S 60mm F2.8G SIGMA 15mm F2.8G the above includes 3 batteries, charger, lens protectors & all standard camera accessories Underwater Housing (bought end 2014) Nexus D800 (Type E - BulkHead) with body cap - used 1 trip Nexus Fisheye Port 170 with cap (include focus gear) - used 1 trip Nexus Macro Port 60 (include FIT Adaptor) - New Nexus Port Extension 50mm (for 16-35mm lens) - used 1 trip Nexus Port Extension 20mm (for 105mm lens) - New Fitted with 2 detectors Leak Sentinel Sensor with pump ​Underwater Leak Detector the above includes spare o-rings for housing, ports and dome. Thanks, James
  23. Nikon D800 36MP Full Frame Digital SLR Camera - Black (Body only). Comes in original box with all original accessories, cables, etc. I am including a Lexar Professional 1000x CompactFlash card, 32Gb. This camera was barely used and is in near-mint cosmetic and perfect working condition. There are no scratches on the rear LCD, and it comes with all original accessories including the hotshoe cover and rear LCD cover. I did write my last name (two letters - short!) in Sharpie on top of the camera flash, and there is writing on the English quick start guide and user manual. Otherwise, this camera is immaculate, little used, with only 4298 shutter activations Asking $1999. I am happy to entertain reasonable offers. If you are interested, please contact Norb at photoagent101@gmail.com. Please no phone calls. I can accept Paypal (must charge an additional 3% to cover Paypal's commission but hopefully we can both use personal Paypal accounts, meaning no Paypal commission), money orders, and personal checks. Money orders and 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 and insurance via one of the above methods. Happy Shooting!
  24. Looking to sell my Aquatica D800 Underwater Housing. I travel a lot and am finding the Aquatica too heavy. This is the ONLY reason for sale. Great set up, very reliable. I am looking to sell for $2500 US. Open to offers & questions. See attached pictures.
  25. Hi =) Need some help with my D800 housing. I've got it for around 4 years and it's all fine and perfect. The only thing is that the handle - specially on the right side - feels to far from the housing, making a bit hard for me to reach all the knobs on the side and back of the housing. Been surviving with that along the years, but now I had enough. he he he. Are there alternative handles that would fit the housing? Any suggestions? Thanks! Fernando
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