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  1. For sale : Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GF2 12.1 MP Digital Camera with RecSea Underwater Housing Almost new!! asking $1,200 include shipping to worldwide. - Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 Full HD camera with charger(not included a memory card) - Panasonic LUMIX G Vario 7-14mm F4 ASPH. - Panasonic LUMIX G 14mm F2.5 ASPH. - Panasonic Lumix View Finder with Case - Recsea SLDP-P714-GF1 Optical Dome Port: for 7-14mm f/4.0 ASPH $780 - Recsea Zoom Gear: for 7-14mm f/4.0 ASPH. Lens $180 - Recsea RDH-PGF2 Housing for PANASONIC LUMIX GF2 $1,280 for more information http://www.fun-in.com.tw/oc/index.php?route=product/product&manufacturer_id=20&product_id=386 also please contact me shjeong8@hanmail.net
  2. Great little macro lens that has been used a handful of times. Much prefer wide angle photography and have only set up my underwater camera for macro once. Played around with this lens a few times at home and thats it, basically new. The port has a few scratches on the inside glass around the edge as shown in the photo. I stupidly stored the lens inside the port. Luckily the primary lens is quite small and is no where near the marks, therefore there is no way they can affect the photo. Port and focus ring will fit the Recsea housing for both the Panasonic GF1 and GF2. Port and focus ring alone cost over $450 Looking for $650 plus postage for the lot.
  3. Selling my Panasonic GF2 with 8mm Fisheye Lens and 10 Bar Housing. Setup includes: Panasonic GF2 8mm Fisheye 10 Bar Housing 8mm Dome Port Camera Tray Camera Tray Extension Camera Tray Handles Center Ball Mount The last photo is of my entire set up. Arms, Lights, Cables and Strobes not included in this sale. Selling price is 1850obo If interested call Clark 310-nine 7 seven - 6 1 zero nine
  4. Asking price USD 1,200 plus postage. RecSea Housing for Panasonic GF2 with multiple Ports Ports include: 7 - 14 Wide Angle Zoom Dome 8mm Fisheye Dome 45mm Macro Flat Port All Ports and housing in excellent condition. If purchased new prices would be: Housing USD 1599 7 - 14 Port USD 949 8mm Macro Port USD 549 45mm Macro Port USD 289 Total price for this system new is USD 3,386 To confirm prices and see that this is still current stock goto: http://www.bluewaterphotostore.com/recsea-gf2-housing%20 Selling for a steal as I have moved across to a Canon 5D Mk III If you are interested in buying part of this set-up please contact me. Manufacturer Info Recsea GF2 housing The Panasonic GF2 is a competitor to the Olympus E-PL2 and E-PL3, and it accepts the same lenses. The auto-focus on this camera is very fast, and the Recsea housing is exceptional. It's very small, very ergonomic and some pros are starting to use this tiny setup as an alternative to larger dSLR systems that have more drag underwater, especially when a lot of swimming and/or snorkeling has to be done. The complete system is a great value for what you are getting. One of the main reasons people go for a mirrorless setup is the smaller size. This is where the Recsea GF2 setup really delivers, regardless of the lens, and is one of the reasons this is our best quality choice. We recommend the GF2 over the GF3, because Panasonic actually took away several important features to make the GF3 smaller and simpler. The GF2 is small and simple enough - and without a doubt should be chosen over the GF3. For the smallest possible high-performance mirrorless camera setup in a high-end aluminum housing, the Recsea GF2 is a clear choice. Recsea GF2 Features * Sturdy precision machined corrosion resistant aluminum and polycarbonate body. * Compact and lightweight with depth rating of 60 meters (200 feet). * Dual Back Cover O-rings and dual Port to Lens Port O-ring system. * Wide range of Lens Ports, Focus Gears, and supported optional accessories. * The housing allows complete control over all camera functions * Mount adapters are available for 67mm and ST mounts * All ports sold separately and are not included with the housing Recsea GF2 Specifications: * Compatible Camera: PANASONIC LUMIX GF2 * Maximum Depth: 60 meters (200 feet) * Material: Main Body - Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy, Anodized. Levers, Dials, Buttons - POM, PC. Monitor - Hard Coat Acrylic; Screws, Springs - Stainless Steel, Galvanized * Size (Housing): Approx. 158mm X 77mm X 100mm * Weight (Housing): Land approx. 690g (Body only); Fresh Water approx. 320g (with Lumix GF2 Camera and 45mm Macro Lens Port)
  5. I am selling my barely used back up system. Normally I shoot a housed SLR and like to carry a back up just in case. I grew tired of the performance of a point and shoot so I looked into the micro four thirds. It's great, fast auto focus, manual control and nice sharp lens options. This one only has about 10 dives on it from this summer. It's a great camera, small in size for easy manageability in the water and on the airplane. Plus it shoots HD video with the (quick) touch of a single button. Why am I selling it, well I am buying a house, and need the cash. If you want a picture of the camera kit as well let me know. Attached images are taken with this Recsea GF2 Housing Recsea Wide angle glass port for 8mm wide angle Panasonic GF2 Camera with 14-42 lens Panasonic 8mm wide angle lens all original boxes, manuals, etc Tray ~ it's the wrong one though UL TRD. It's not big enough for the housing as it has a "raised" lip. So I just flip it over upside down and attach it. interests? questions? let me know
  6. Selling my Panasonic Micro 4/3rds GF2 body with 14-45mm lens and 10Bar Housing with 8mm Dome port. Im willing to sell just the body of the camera or in any combination you might be interested in. This is a great setup and shoots awesome video in 1080. Im selling because I need a camera that I can plug in an external microphone for shooting top water interviews for our website. Here are some examples of the video it shoots underwater. Call- 805-two 4 four -six six 57 Panasonic Lumix GF2 Body Panasonic Lumix 14-45mm Lens 10 Bar Housing 8mm Dome Port Hood
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