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  1. I'm interested to find out the Wetpixel community's views on current (and older) full frame cameras for underwater use. If you had the choice of any one full frame still camera on the market and expense, current lens ownership, housing choice etc. were no object, which would you chose and why? When responding, please ignore space/size/weight as a selection criteria as all full frame system housings and ports all seem ultimately pretty much the same in terms of weight and bulk. The weight of the camera itself seems to be largely irrelevant! My purpose on this is just to get an idea of what people are thinking. It has no purpose beyond this and I must confess that I am personally very happy with my current choices. Several recent discussions have raised some interesting ideas however, and I think it is a topic that would be useful to explore? Thanking you all in anticipation.
  2. Nauticam 5DmrkIII house, Incl. Nauticam 8,5” dome, 70mm exstension ring, vacuum tester and zoomgear 16-35mm. House fit Canon 5d mrk III, 5D mrkIV, 5DS, 5DSR. 2800eur + shipping
  3. Full frame pro body Nikon 810 kit ready to use $5,750 Selling as a COMPLETE KIT to someone who is interested in trying out a full frame system. Nikon d810 Body *its been used so the outside body isn't without blemish but is in good repair and has had the shutter mechanism replaced by Kurts Camera Repair in San Diego a Certified Nikon repair center. Nauticam d810 housing its also been used it has some blemishes and could stand to have a full service at some point from a Nauticam dealer like backscatter BUT works amazing none the less its been a solid housing super ergonomic to use. Nauticam 180 degree magnifying eye piece 10.5in Acrylic Dome port 16mm Fish eye that has part of its hood shaved off but is still fully functional this I am including for FREE because of that little funky bit. Assorted odds and ends: battery grip for surface photography that has an additional insert for rechargeable batteries 4 batteries O-rings, lubricant, connectors for different types of flash Vacuum pump system 2 32G CF Cards 1 32G SD card SHIPPING ONLY IN THE USA and is included in the price of purchase. $5,750 Paypal FF or Vinmo IMG_9647.HEIC IMG_9648.HEIC IMG_9650.HEIC IMG_9651.HEIC IMG_9652.HEIC IMG_9653.HEIC IMG_9654.HEIC IMG_9655.HEIC IMG_9657.HEIC IMG_9659.HEIC IMG_9661.HEIC IMG_9662.HEIC
  4. Selling my Photo gear. It's all in good condition and only with a few user scratches. Nauticam 5DmrkIII house, Incl. Nauticam 8,5” dome, 70mm exstension ring, vacuum tester and zoomgear 16-35mm. You only need camera and lens to go. 3000eur Nauticam Viewfinder 45gr 650eur Nauticam zoomgear for Canon 8-15mm 100eur Sea & Sea D2 strobe, some rust on lid from leaking battery. Strobe works fine. 200eur Flash trigger for Canon 130eur 2x fiber cabel for Sea & Sea 130eur 2x Ultralight 33cm 60eur 2x Ultralight 23cm 60eur 2x I-das 23cm 45eur 2x Float arm 350gr 60eur Nauticam float arm 650gr 80eur 10x Clams 150eur 2x Nauticam long clams 45eur 6x Stix floats L 20eur 2x video light 10.000lumen 150eur Can be sent world vide. Buyer pays shipping
  5. Great condition lens for wide angle. Glass is perfect. Evidence of use along outside rim, side of outside rim and back rim (see photos). All dings are cosmetic only. Includes original box for lens, front/back cover, lens pocket and appropriate zoom gear. Price: 900$ Shipping included within US PayPal only
  6. I am looking to purchase an A7Sii housing... preferably Nauticam. Interested in what lenses you have to go along with it. Body not necessary, but would consider buying. Questions: Does the A7R housing fit the A7S? Has anyone heard rumours of the A7Siii??? What accessories do you have as well? Also Needed: Small HD 502 monitor and housing! I shoot underwater professionally, in Toronto, and would like to add a mirrorless full frame camera to our inventory! THANK YOU www.carlyunderwater.com
  7. Hello everyone, I have numerous things for sale. In this thread I am looking to sell my Canon EOS 6D body and a Canon macro lens. I have upgraded and would like to get rid of this stuff. The Canon 6D body has quite a bit of mileage on it, I would estimate the shutter count to be about 20,000 but it is superb condition and was well looked after. The macro lens is not nearly as used and is in excellent condition. Here are some details and a link for photos: Canon EOS 6D body (full frame camera) + battery and charger + original box + manual/cables/neck-strap Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/q91x2zkct4kcrsq/AAA1vZo0SC-FflVmH4WAUuMja?dl=0 Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM (macro lens) + lens shade + original box + manual Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wabboeubvg15yhq/AACnOl7wAIED7hDXRKbiuz47a?dl=0 Pricing: Canon 6D: 700 USD Canon 100mm: 250 USD I am open to reasonable offers
  8. With the arrival of the highly rated Nikon D500, I wondered if anyone has experience of moving from full frame (FX) to - or back to - DX? Any D800 or D810 users out there who have moved to a D500? I'm interested in what you think about it. I found the move from the D300 to the D800 amazing in terms of resolution, crop-ability and the richness of colours. I wondered how much - if anything - you might lose moving from a D8xx to the D500 - other than the massive, croppable files. Folks using a D500 underwater, are you delighted with it? Just happy? Or so-so? Or hate it??! Thanks!
  9. I am selling all my UW Photo set as I stop diving. All items have been always well taken care of. Camera (Sony A850 , http://www.whatdigitalcamera.com/reviews/digital-slrs/sony-alpha-a850) has 4000 actuations and really looks like new. Sensor has been professionally cleaned. All lenses are perfect, no dust, no scratches, no mold... etc. The housing has never been flooded, and perfectly maintained. All O-Rings checked. The housing has a built-in leak detector (LED and accoustic) Comes with the standard viewfinder and a complete set of spare parts (o-ring, accessories) the 2 ports come with rear cap to protect the baionet, as well as neopren cover to protect the glass The dome port has really NO scratches. The 3 strobes (2 for macro and 1 for the wide-angle/fisheye) have been services by Subtronic and works perfect. Expect minimum 150 strobes per charge at full (1:1) output and 400 strobes 1/4 power (1:4) what I used most of the times. Hence 3 dives per day without any problem before recharging. Complete set as new was more than 12,000€. Current market price of each item would put it at 6,200€. I will let it go at 4,000€ to be discussed. I pay the shipping fee to any country with SwissPost PostPac International ECONOMY (15-30 days delivery). SwissPost PostPac International PRIORITY is 70€ more for a delivery in 5-10 days that i will let decide. I would accept payment via Bank transfer to Switzerland. I am also OK with PayPal if we share the costs, maybe easier for you. (I believe around 100€ each) Here is the full list. _____________________________________________________ Photo gear Market price as used Sony A850 Full Frame DSLR 500 Minolta 16mm f2.8 Fisheye 375 Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro 420 Sigma 12-24 f3.5-5.6 II DG HSM 475 Minolta 20mm f2.8 250 Housing BS-Kinetic for Sony A850 1000 Super Wide Angle (8.5") Dome Port 800 Flat MacroPort 120 200 Extension Ring 30 100 Extension Ring 50 100 Extension Ring 60 100 O-rings and set of accessories 0 Strobes Subtronic Mini + charger 400 Subtronic Mini + charger 400 Sync Cable S6-N5 85 Sync Cable S6-N5 85 Subtronic GAMMA + Charger 600 Sync Cable N6-N5 85 Arms and Tray Tray 0 I-Das 10cm (x4) 100 Clamp (x6) 150 TOTAL 6225
  10. Canon 5dmkIII 22.3mp full frame camera body in mint condition. Looks and acts like new; clean sensor. Moving to 5dS camera. Includes box, manuals, disks, battery charger, one canon brand battery, everything that comes in the box if one were to buy a new camera body. Unknown shutter count; frame count in photo mechanic is 3627 s/n 0420330004597 Asking $1900 Please contact info@stephenfrink.com with questions
  11. Hi All, After nearly four years with my trusty old RX100 rig, I am thinking of upgrading to something more advanced. Currently my rig consists of: - RX100 (Version 1), - Recsea housing (more than 1000 dives with no problems) - single YS-D1 strobe - Ikelite Vega Light - Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens (wet lens) Over the years I have really liked the ability of selecting different lenses during a dive, and as I live in Curacao most of my underwater photography is either using just the fixed lens, or the fixed lens with the +7 macro converter. The wide angle/fisheye lens gets much less use although I nearly always carry it just in case, I come across something larger. So here is my dilemma, I would like to switch to the Sony A7R2 camera and am struggling to decide which lenses I should get. My problem is both one of "cost, usability/versatility and quality". Basically I have two options: - the Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens , plus the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens or - Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus either the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter or my existing Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) So finally I get to the question, obviously I assume I would get better results quality wise from the first option, but the cost is significantly more, and of course I need to decide what I'm going to shoot before I do the dive, potentially missing some good opportunities. Or I could go with the second option, and sacrifice some quality, but with a large cost savings, and extra flexibility once under water for most of the shooting I actually do (as I say wide angle is not my prime concern). I understand it is of course a matter of individual choice, but which option would you choose? Perhaps more importantly, as I'm macro orientated, do any of you have experience of using the Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter, and if so how does it compare to the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens with regards to quality, of course bearing in mind I'm upgrading from the RX100 set-up? OK I know it's a long story to read but I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance. Below is my proposed new set-up. - A7Rii - Nauticam housing - Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony A7/A7II Camera - Sony SEL2870 FE 28-70mm - Nauticam SE2870-Z Zoom Gear - Nauticam N100 Flat Port 74 - Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Ports (M67 Lenses) - and either my existing +7 macro lens, or Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter - Extra Sea and Sea YS-D1 Strobe, plus strobe arms and batteries, and 2 x fibers Kevin
  12. Hi All, After nearly four years with my trusty old RX100 rig, I am thinking of upgrading to something more advanced. Currently my rig consists of: - RX100 (Version 1), - Recsea housing (more than 1000 dives with no problems) - single YS-D1 strobe - Ikelite Vega Light - Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) - UWL-04 Fisheye Lens (wet lens) Over the years I have really liked the ability of selecting different lenses during a dive, and as I live in Curacao most of my underwater photography is either using just the fixed lens, or the fixed lens with the +7 macro converter. The wide angle/fisheye lens gets much less use although I nearly always carry it just in case, I come across something larger. So here is my dilemma, I would like to switch to the Sony A7R2 camera and am struggling to decide which lenses I should get. My problem is both one of "cost, usability/versatility and quality". Basically I have two options: - the Sony FE 16-35mm F4 ZA OSS lens , plus the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens or - Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus either the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter or my existing Dyron +7 macro converter (wet lens) So finally I get to the question, obviously I assume I would get better results quality wise from the first option, but the cost is significantly more, and of course I need to decide what I'm going to shoot before I do the dive, potentially missing some good opportunities. Or I could go with the second option, and sacrifice some quality, but with a large cost savings, and extra flexibility once under water for most of the shooting I actually do (as I say wide angle is not my prime concern). I understand it is of course a matter of individual choice, but which option would you choose? Perhaps more importantly, as I'm macro orientated, do any of you have experience of using the Sony FE 24-70mm F4 ZA OSS lens, plus the Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter, and if so how does it compare to the Sony 90mm F2.8 OSS macro lens with regards to quality, of course bearing in mind I'm upgrading from the RX100 set-up? OK I know it's a long story to read but I would really appreciate any feedback, thanks in advance. Below is my proposed new set-up. - A7Rii - Nauticam housing - Nauticam Mini Flash Trigger for Sony A7/A7II Camera - Sony SEL2870 FE 28-70mm - Nauticam SE2870-Z Zoom Gear - Nauticam N100 Flat Port 74 - Nauticam Flip Diopter Holder for M77 Macro Ports (M67 Lenses) - and either my existing +7 macro lens, or Nauticam SMC-1 Super Macro Converter - Extra Sea and Sea YS-D1 Strobe, plus strobe arms and batteries, and 2 x fibers Kevin
  13. Hello, I'm selling an underwater photo/videography equipment formed by: - Canon 5D Mark II body - Tamron 17-35mm f2.8-4 XR Di LD Aspherical (IF) - Optical anti-aliasing filter VAF-5D2b (Mosaic Engineering) - Nimar housing - Nimar 17-40mm f4 optic chrystal wide angle port (works with the Tamron) - Battery, charger, spare o-rings, silicon grease, tools and bag. Price: 2100€ Camera has been repaired recently and it has a six months guarantee from Canon official technical support covering any failure (October 2015). Housing and port have less than ten dives. Rated to 60m depth, moisture alarm. All in excellent condition and working perfectly. Equipment located in Barcelona (Spain). More photos and questions please contact.
  14. Hi Wetpixel community - first time poster, long time lurker here. I'm headed to North Sulawesi this year (trip split (2:1) between Lembeh and Bangka) and I'm looking for some input on my macro setup, specifically for shooting critters in Lembeh. I'm shooting a full frame camera (Canon 5D2) with the Canon 100mm macro. From everything I've read, 60mm macro is the go-to macro for Lembeh. I used to shoot the Canon 60mm macro on my 20D, but it won't work on my full frame 5D2. Initially I was thinking of getting a shorter macro (possibly Sigma 50) but then realized that my 100mm macro on full frame is roughly equivalent to 60mm on a 1.4x crop sensor camera. So perhaps I'm already in the focal length sweet spot for Lembeh macro shooting? My question is, where do I go from here? Shorter macro or super macro? I'm considering getting the Sigma 50mm macro for froggies, fish portraits, rhinopias, etc., but I'm concerned that I'll be missing out on super macro with only 100mm on full frame. I'm also a little concerned about short working distance with the Sig 50 on FF. If I decide to expand my macro capabilities on the long end, I see my options as follows: 1. Sigma 150mm macro 2. Current Canon 100 macro + 1.4x TC Also considering getting a wet diopter (Subsee) to use on the 100 or in addition to the 100 + 1.4x TC. Just looking for some input from experienced Lembeh shooters (or full frame shooters) as to whether I should go shorter or longer on the macro end. I don't want to bring 3 macro lenses, but can be convinced to bring 2 if the Sig 150 is a better option that the Canon 100 + TC. Thanks in advance! Joe
  15. I cam accross this article and was interested in the results the auther claims: http://www.uwphotographyguide.com/sigma-15mm-tokina-fisheye-review Showing that the Tokina 10-17mm is still a very versatile lens and still performs in FX. Would the Tokina 10-17mm @ 15mm provide a better image behind a mini dome/4 inch than a shaven Sigma 15mm FE? Or would a large dome give the best results for both lenses in FX? I would be interested if others out there have used the Tokina 10-17mm in Fx mode and what their impressions ans results have been like. Regards Mark
  16. I don't think I need to make the case for a full frame fisheye zoom; there have been many threads on this topic, and plenty of workarounds suggested to try and get the Tokina 10-17mm to work effectively on a full frame sensor. A few years back there was talk of making the case directly to Tokina with a petition. As far as I know, this never happened. (If it did, it doesn't seem to have had an effect!) As a result, I've taken the liberty of creating a petition with the aim of getting Tokina to see the market for this lens. If you're in agreement, please sign away! At the same time, if you're able to write something in the comments section of the petition as you sign it (e.g. your thoughts on the lens, if you think you would buy it, etc.) that will lend it much more weight. All the best, Tom P.S. If anyone with a website would like to advertise this petition and therefore make it more effective, please let me know and I can send you the code for a 'widget'. I think.
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