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  1. Selling my 2.5-year old Canon G7X Nauticam housing with camera, lenses and accessories. (The reason I am selling is that I've upgraded to a Canon 1DX Mark II). You'll just love the fantastic pictures you can get with the camera! And you'll really love the vacuum system which (should) prevent any housing flooding. The wide angle and macro lenses give you a wide range of choices, and the short port allows you to change lenses underwater, giving you lots of flexibility even after you've started your dive. This equipment cost me around $3,500 and I'm asking $1,500 for everything (plus $75 to defray shipping costs; if shipping is less, I'll refund the difference; if more, I'll eat the difference. Shipping to addresses in the USA only). As expected, there are a few cosmetic blemishes and very minor wear and tear. Everything works great. Importantly, all glass and acrylic is scratch free. Item # Original cost/item Total original cost of items Canon Powershot G7X Compact Digital Camera G7X 1 $699.99 $699.99 Nauticam NA-G7X N50 Housing for Canon G7X 1 $1,100.00 $1,100.00 Nauticam N50 3.5" Acrylic Dome Port (G7X/LX100) 1 $280.00 $280.00 Nauticam Compact Macro Converter 1 CMC-1 1 $320.00 $320.00 Inon UWL-H100 28M67 Wide Conversion Lens Type 2 1 $521.00 $521.00 Nauticam N50 Bayonet Sort Port for Wet Wide-Angle Lens 1 $180.00 $180.00 Nauticam Flexitray II with Left Handle and Screws 1 $130.00 $130.00 Nauticam Adjustable Right Handle II (for Flexitray II) 1 $40.00 $40.00 Nauticam M8 Strobe Mounting Ball for Flexitray handles 2 $16.00 $32.00 Nauticam M14 Vacuum Valve II System: Pushbutton Release 1 $220.00 $220.00 Canon Powershot G7X Compact Digital Camera G7x Manual 1 Nauticam NA-G7X N50 Housing for Canon G7X Manual 1
  2. hi all, looking for a little advice from the experts.... i have always been a keen macro shooter but would like to try a bit of wide angle reefscape stuff without breaking the bank. as a dive instructor ive always had a pretty tight budget (!) but have managed results im very proud of with very simple canon g series set ups using a couple of DIY solutions for magnification and lighting. now i want to put together a new system and im very tempted to go for the g7x... the new sensor is bigger than some of the recent budget dslr's and reviews generally seem to be pretty good regarding image quality and focus speed etc. im confident that if i include a subsee or other type of magnification that the macro will be as good as, or better than, previous g series cameras but what im interested in is trying my hand at some wide angle stuff without having to spend dslr amounts of money... here is the kind of set up i was thinking of... canon G7 X recsea cwc-g7x housing (cheaper but still has the 67mm threaded port for external lenses) 1 or 2 x sea and sea ys-d1 strobes (might seem extravagant for the set up but seems sensible for future proofing) subsee +10 or similar inon uwl-100 or similar wide angle wet lens possible dome unit for wide angle lens (how necessary is this??) i would welcome any advice regarding this set up particularly where the wide angle capability is concerned. does anyone see any obvious problems with the set up before i financially cripple myself? all help would be greatly appreciated.... thanks, nick
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