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  1. It's quite a few years that I take u/w pictures with an old, compact Canon G12 and I'd like to move up a bit to a more powerful setup. I need to get everything: camera, lens, housing + ports, strobes, anything else? What setup would you recommend to move from compact to dSLR?
  2. Selling my reliable Aquatica 7D housing with 8” dome port, neoprene cover, Canon 7D ( older model ) body w battery and charger, two fibre optic cables. - Aquatica 7D ( non Mark serie ) housing, humidity sensor removed, missing Mode rubber (Aquatica has them still) w two fibre optic strobe triggers US$ 1500.00 - Aquatica 8” acrylic dome port w minor hair scratches ( no influence in shot quality ) US $ 300.00 - Canon 7D ( pre Mark serie ) 18 MP body w battery and charger US$ 550.00 - Fibre optic cables (2) US$ 80.00 If purchased as whole package - it goes for US$ 2050.00 or each with listed prices, shipping within NA only at cost, buyer pays shipping. Payment etransfer or PayPal only. No trade ins, serious enquiries only. Thanks PM me at bjkorner(at)gmail.com
  3. Used Canon 1DMKIV camera body for sale. Includes shown in pictures (original box, charger, two batteries). Shutter count unknown. No scratches on lcd monitor; a little wear and tear on the camera. Can send more pictures as needed. Used for both topside and underwater when subject required a faster shoot rate. Shipping additional. Please contact: liz info@stephenfrink.com asking price: $450
  4. Hello everyone! I have the following for sale for $950: Nikon D300 - lightly used in like new condition - Battery charger and 2 batteries - 18-55 lens Ikelite Housing - lightly used in like new condition - On tray with two handles, bolt snap, and retractor - Oring in excellent shape, seals perfectly 8” Ikelite Dome Port - lightly used in like new condition 1 Ikelite Optical Cable for use with strobe Please feel free to contact me with any questions: covington.d@gmail.com or 305-301-9115 Best, Derek
  5. For sale, one well loved Nikon D700 camera with Subal Housing, complete with dome port, macro port and extension ring and covers. Good condition. Sold as a package with D700 camera body, Subal Housing, viewfinder and all ports/extensions rings for £3750. Optional lenses, all in excellent conditions: Nikon 16mm f1-2.8 fisheye £500.00, Nikon 18-35mm f3.5-4.5D ED £250.00, Nikon 28-300mm f3.5-5.6 VR £450.00, Nikon 105mm f2.8 AF-S VR £450.00, Kenko tele plus 12/20/36mm teleconverter extension tubes £100. Can be sold as a complete package for £5250.
  6. If anyone's looking to offload their old housings/equipment, please feel free to email/contact me. I'm looking to house my Nikon D700. If you can also post pictures of it that would be great. Regards, Dan
  7. Im looking for advice of recommended white balance strategies for filming using video lights. Im primarily a photographer so have a good grasp of the theory there but obviously video is different (less light, no RAW etc). I currently have a V6K (12000 lumen) single video light and primarily testing wide angle subjects, diving in the tropics. What is the best option for getting a sensible white balance with this type of setup? I did experiment setting the colour temperature of my lights as a white balance but havent found the results there great - far too green and washed out. Is this simply because the light isnt powerful enough ? Im getting far better results on auto and the deeper i go, the better it is (i guess due to less ambient light getting in the way,again, is this just a lack of power)? Is there any merit in trying to take a manual white balance via a grey card or slate with the light on and using that? Last time i tried that i had some very odd colour shift and results so maybe its my technique? Im aware for wide angle i really need 2 lights for coverage and 12,000 isn't overly powerful which wont help but basically im looking for advice on the right technique to get a decent white balance on the video.
  8. Selling this Aquatica Acrylic Dome Port 8" with a slightly patched up shade (see image). w/c a port extension #18458. Dome has very few fine scratch lines inside the dome with no affect in picture quality. Price CA$ 500.00 plus shipping. PayPal preferred, shipping US and Canada at cost.
  9. Excellent condition. Asking $275 + shipping.
  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. 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)
  13. Hi, Im heading to Anilao, would it be wise to take with me fish eye lenses and 8inch dome ports? Would it be a waste of luggage space of can be of necessity there? Please guide.
  14. Nikon D7000 + Nauticam NA-D7000 housing. $1900 Excellent entry-level system. Used on 2-3 dive trips per year over the past 5 years. In good working order and never flooded. Selling to upgrade. Can provide additional photos if requested.
  15. An age old question I suppose ... I've been shooting successfully on a Canon G12 in a Recsea housing for around 7 years (here's a gallery of my latest marine life portrait images, only 7 of which were not shot on the G12: https://pinktankscuba.com/2016/01/04/latest-images-gallery/) I write for a monthly scuba magazine and have had 4 covers shots to date out of my G12. My greatest joy in life is getting shots others don't get because my single-strobe compact rig is so tiny and versatile I never have to swim away from a shot. My housing is so old it needs to be replaced (alas it's obsolete) and I am keen to upgrade to a larger sensor for improved image quality. I recently scored a total bargain on a 2nd hand Canon 7D in Nautical housing, but even after replacing the insanely heavy Ikelite strobes with Sea and Sea YSD2, the rig is still impractically heavy (too much weight for travel, the fabulously functional housing is much larger than I am used to which prevents me from seeing my frequently small / macro subjects with my own eyes, etc.) After 7 years of versatility of shooting with great inbuilt telephoto, macro mode enhanced by flip diopters etc which are essential at the incredibly diverse dive sites I dive most days of the week (shooting nudis to smooth rays and everything in between on a single dive), I LOATHE choosing a lens pre-dive and want to go screaming back to compact. Ultimately in the all the trade-offs from trading up to the DSLR, I definitely feel I have lost more than I have gained. When the DSLR housing was recently away for servicing for 3 months, people who didn't know I'd gone back to the G12 kept telling me how much better my photos were now that I owned a DSLR (even though it wasn't responsible for the photos I was sharing online). Online and even in magazines, most people honestly can't pick the quality difference. I have listed my 7D rig for sale twice this week and removed it both times due to feeling so conflicted - the Canon world just feels so comfortable and honestly the housing is an absolute (albeit painfully bulky) dream to drive (today the doctor confirmed that I have pulled a tendon in my camera carrying hand that will likely take 'at least a year' to heal). In part I am clinging onto the 7D because I can't find a large sensor compact rig I would be happy to exchange it for. I LOVE the specs on the Canon G7X EXCEPT that the battery life is reportedly dodgy which is my absolute top criteria in a camera (my dives are typically 2-4 hrs each, and I typically run out of camera battery before I run out of my 12 litres of air ...). My second quality of life criteria is 'shoot everything and anything that comes my way' which demands a level of versatility that only a G12 can apparently deliver. I was almost ready to buy a Sony RX100 Mark IV (better battery life than Mark V) but the colours on the Sony leave me craving Canon (for all the hype, I'm unable to find any uw images online that I love shot with this camera) and other things I've read in reviews have left me 2nd guessing whether it would be a good fit for me. Honestly, give me a bigger sensor on my G12 and a good quality new or second hand housing for it with an 0-ring thicker than the pathetic elastic hair tie equivalent in the housing I already have and I would be happy for the rest of my life ... or someway to double the battery life on the G7X ... So no matter what I do there's an epic trade-off. And even though I've literally stretch a tendon in my hand due to the weight of the 7D, I've been stuck trying to make this decision and getting dizzy from the endless 360s on To Sell or Not to Sell; To Buy or Not To Buy .... You may not be able to offer any new perspectives I haven't already thrashed through with my rapidly tiring sounding boards, but I'll take a shot and put it out there (just please don't tell me to 'man up' - I will never be a man and have no desire to ever become one ...) Has anyone here got any suggestions or advice for me? How did you navigate your transition from compact to DSLR and possibly back again or in reverse? What would you do if you were me? Thanks in advance for any thoughts you might like to throw into the mix ....
  16. I am selling my much loved DSLR photo/video platform. It is for the Canon 7D camera (can be included - contact for details). It is based on the absolutely amazing Nauticam housing. It has enabled me to shoot some really amazing pictures and video. I have attached some small examples but can share more examples if desired. Total purchase cost for me was in excess of $10,000. I am selling it for half of that - $5,000. Everything works, in great shape, travels in the included backpack and can be shipped worldwide. Here are the details of the package: Housing: Nauticam NA-7D Underwater Housing for the Canon 7D Camera purchased for $2800.00 details: https://www.backscatter.com/Nauticam-NA-7D-Housing-for-the-Canon-7D Lenses: Tokina 10-17 Tokina 10-17mm lens purchased for $579.00 Canon 60mm lens Canon 60mm AF lens purchased for $400.00 Ports/Domes/Viewfinder: Zen 100mm dome purchased for $899.00 Nauticam Macro Port N105VR with M67 Thread purchased for $350.00 Nauticam Extension Ring 20 With Lock purchased for $220.00 Nauticam 180 Degree Viewfinder w/ External Diopter Adjustment purchased for $900.00 Strobes/Lights/Cables: Nauticam Single Nikonos 5-pin Bulkhead with Hotshoe Connection purchased for $100.00 2 x Light And Motion Sola 600 Compact Imaging Light with ball arm adapter purchased for $620 each (total $1240) 2 x Sea & Sea YS-110 strobes purchased for $689.00 each (total $1378.00) 2 x Sea & Sea 5-PIN Sync Cord (N Type) purchased for $125.00 each (total $250.00) Sea & Sea Dual 5-Pin Sync Cord for Two YS Series Strobes w/Nikonos Bulkhead purchased for $200 2 x Nauticam Fiber Optic Cable $80.00 each (total $160.00) Travel: Airport AccelerationTM V2.0 Large backpack purchased for $279.00 Nauticam 17cm Lanyard and Strobe Mounting Ball Set (Housing Attachment) purchased for $90 Also includes various double ball ultralight arms & clamps. Approximate purchase cost was $400
  17. Canon T3i Package- The only thing missing is strobes and arms if you need them! This is a great system if you are looking to get into underwater DSLR photography. I have taken this down to 120ft and it has never flooded. Always soaked gear after each dive. This system is also very travel friendly as it is smaller in size than a full frame housing and breaks down easily. I have 100% positive feedback on Ebay. Would like to sell as a whole package, if possible. Camera- $250 Canon EOS Rebel T3i 600D 1 Canon LP-E8 Battery 1 Power2000 LP-E8 Battery Battery Charger Camera Manual Housing- $850 Sea&Sea RDX 600D - List $1,350 Sea&Sea Grip Stay L II for RDX Series - List $319 Total List $1,669 Lenses- All for $1150 Canon 17-40 List $800 Canon 60 mm EFS Macro 2.8 List $399 Canon 50mm 1.8 II List $125 Tokina 10-17 List $529 Total List$1,853 Ports- $800 Sea&Sea - DX Macro Port 52 List $399 Sea&Sea Compact Dome Port List $499 Sea&Sea RDX Port Base - L List $169 Sea&Sea RDX Port Base - S List $139 Total List $1,206 Zoom Gear- $200 Sea&Sea Zoom Gear for Canon 17 - 40 List $195 Sea&Sea Zoom Gear for Canon EF 16-35 F2.8L (For Tokina 10-17) List $195 List Total $390 Misc- $300 Sea&Sea Dome cover for Compact Dome List $53 Sea&Sea Fiber Optic Cables (x2) List $85(each) Sea&Sea O-ring set for DX Macro Port List $15 Sea&Sea O-ring set for RDX Housing List $15 Light & Motion Sola Photo 1200 List $399 Canon Photo bag - Free Sea&Sea Silicone - Free Sea&Sea O-ring tools - Free List Total- $652 Total Package Asking Price- $3,550 (OBO) List Total $6,020
  18. Housing for Canon 5Dmklll with either Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L or Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L lenses. Glass dome port and video lights included. All items contained in bespoke fitted out peli 1610 case with integrated wheels. All kept in immaculate condition. Contents of kit: 1) Aquatica Digital A5D MK111 Housing with handles 2) Aquatica lens extension ring 3) Aquatica port lock mechanism 4) Aquatica Megadome 9.25in glass with neoprene covers 5) Peli Case – 1610 with bespoke interior for kit 6) X2 Sola 1200 lights with arms Total cost in £ including VAT @20% = £ 4,314.00 #Delivery or postage cost to be confirmed with potential buyer. contact: rfarish@me.com subject : Aquatica UW kit
  19. I am interested in selling my Nikon-mount Tokina AT-X 16-28mm F 2.8 PRO FX lens I am the second owner of the lens, but have used it minimally. There is some dust and it shows some signs of use, but is in excellent condition and works as it should. Please see the attached photographs. I am asking $400, which will include insured ground shipment to anywhere in the continental United States. Box included. I will accept credit card payments. Please DM me if you have any questions, or are interested.
  20. Dear Wetpixel I actually didn't plan to upgrade from this Nikon D300 setup yet, but a trip to the dark North during Winter (no sunlight) forced me to upgrade to more sensitivity - so for sale is: Hugyfot housing for Nikon D300 - completely serviced end of 2016 including change of electronics (without TTL-converter). CNC-machined aluminium housing with two electrical flash sockets (5-pin Nikonos), Huge-Check vacuum system. I bought the house November 2008. Included: spare O-rings, pump, tools, manual. Nikon D300 camera for sale can be included. The cameras shutter-count is 35.500 - estimated life-time is 150.000. Included: Two batteries, charger, strap, two 8GB and one 16GB card, all paperwork and manual and original software. Please note: There are no ports, arms, flash, flash cables or lenses included. In my opinion this is a great way to start shooting DSLR in a (fairly) cheap way, as long as you think you will be using Nikon and Hugyfot in the future, so you can reuse the lenses and ports, which you will need to buy. Total price (housing and camera): 1.500€ - or give your best bid :-) Price (housing only): 1.200€ - or give your best bid :-)
  21. SEACAM Housing for Nikon D7000 (Prelude V2, factory-customized) Like-new condition, $1075. Seacam builds top-notch quality into every product, and this well-maintained housing is no exception. Pro shooter Mark Strickland had Seacam add several important features to this already great housing (a $729 factory upgrade and service), making it even more capable for a wide variety of shooting situations. Per fellow professional Mike Mesgleski’s suggestions, this housing now offers the following customizations, in addition to standard features listed below. 1. Full control of the focus selector point 2. Menu button 3. Autofocus / Manual focus shift control 4. Access to the OK button 5. Access to the Metering Pattern control 6. Option to use AE/AF Lock lever for Video Record Housing also includes Pro G viewfinder, leak detector w/ audible and visual alerts, DUAL 5-pin flash bulkheads, original Seacam handles plus customized ULCS handles with ball adapters and 3 dovetail mounts, spare o-rings, spare sacrificial anodes, special Seacam Silver oil. Also offered: Seacam S180 Enhanced Optical Viewfinder, very good condition, featuring dioptric adjustment and full rotation capability. Includes protective caps and neoprene pouch - $775 (new cost $1530) Macro Mate Wet Diopter Lens for Super Macro, fits Seacam Macro Ports, very good condition - $175 (new cost $480) Seacam zoom gear for Nikon 12-24 wide-angle zoom lens - $100 (new cost $225) Seacam focus gear for Nikon AF 105 macro lens - $100 (new cost $206) Seacam AF/MF Shift gear for Nikon AF 105 macro lens - $75 (new cost $179) Nikon Nikkor 105mm f/2.8D Macro Autofocus Lens, excellent condition - $350 Package consisting of Nikon 105mm f/2.8D Macro Autofocus lens, AF/MF Shift Gear and Focus Gear - $475 Seacam focus gear for Nikon AF 60mm f/2.8D Macro Autofocus lens - - $100 (new cost $206) Seacam AF/MF Shift gear for Nikon AF 60 f/2.8D Macro Autofocus lens - $70 (new cost $167) Package consisting of Nikon 60mm f/2.8D Macro Autofocus lens, AF/MF Shift Gear and Focus Gear - $450 Seacam focus gear for Nikon AF 16mm Fisheye lens - $95 (new cost $195) Please contact Mark at mark@markstrickland.com or 1-805-271-9798 for details.
  22. 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
  23. I have an Ikelite 6871.02 eTTL housing for a Canon 5D m II that I'm looking to sell. I've made a couple of underwater docs with the unit which is still in great working condition. I've recently switched over to a Sony camera and so the housing (and 5D) are no longer needed. It's a great system for underwater photography and cinematography and being used I'm willing to let it go for a fraction of what it would be retail. Looking for $850 for the housing (dome port NOT included) OBO and if interested will sell the 5D m II (body only) for $650 or will sell together as a package for $1,250 OBO. Message me if interested. K
  24. Selling a $1,500 Gift Certificate for any New Aquatica Housing. Cost is $400. I won the gift certificate as a prize for placing 1st in the Turquoise Bay Film Festival 2016. Unfortunately I already have a new housing system. Here is a link to the festival website: http://www.turquoisebayfilmfestival.com/ *This is not a scam. The certificate is fully transferable and may be applied to any Aquatica housing system. It is also valid for a $3,000 rebate on a new Amphibico Genesis FS700 housing or a $4,000 rebate on a new Amphibico Rouge housing. Feel free to contact Aquatica for verification. Shipping of certificate to buyer included
  25. Used Canon 1DMKIV camera body for sale. Includes items shown in pictures (original box, charger, two batteries) Shutter count unknown. No scratches on lcd monitor; a little wear and tear on the camera. Can send more pix as needed. Camera has been used primarily when subject required faster shooting rate ( i.e., sharks moving quickly at the surface , competitive swim meets and practices). Please contact: info@stephenfrink.com asking price: $975
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