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  1. New year sale on! £500 plus shipping (£10 domestic UK) and if you want paypal fees (3.4% of final value) I will be in West Palm Beach from 25 February so US shipping is possible Sell also to EU and rest of the world cannot take responsibility for import duties but there are none for USA
  2. Hello, I am selling a Nauticam underwater housing (NA-GX7) for the Panasonic GX7. The housing was bought in December 2013 and is in very good condition. The housing had only 58 dives. The vacuum-valve is not part of the sale!! Furthermore, the package includes a complete O-ring-set (also the O-rings for the buttons), two big O-rings for the back of the housing and O-ring-grease. Price: 1000€ (including shipping within Austria and Germany) No warranty and no refund!
  3. Hi guys, Im looking to buy a housing of any make for the Panasonic GX7. Let me know if you have one you'd like to sell! Cheers Tom
  4. Hey guys, I currently own a Panasonic GX7 with the kit 14-42mm lens (H-FS1442A). I am looking to buy everything i need to take it underwater! This includes a new lens if required. If you dont want to sell your lens ( i understand!) please send a description of what lens you use/ recommend with the port you're selling). I'm not 100% on what i need tbh.. but a housing, required ports, (prefer a dome but not required), and any recommended lens. (I own arms/ strobes ect so i dont need them). Also does anyone have the kit lens 14-42mm above? how does it perform underwater? Send me what you've got! (if you are selling a complete kit with a mirrorless camera feel free to post it up, maybe ill sell my current camera) Note i do not want arms/strobes/lights as i already own them. Thanks guys!
  5. Like New Nauticam NA-GX7 Underwater Housing for Panasonic GX7 for sale, $1200 or the best offer! (originally $1550) I also sell M16 Vacuum Valve together or separately, $150 separately, $100 together with the housing. (original price is $220) All the boxes and original contents are included. This housing is amazing. It's very small like a compact camera housing but you can use all the function of this amazing camera. This package will make a really small underwater solution to take it anywhere. This sale doesn't include any ports or a camera. I'm selling it because now I upgraded to GH4 system. Here are some of the photos and videos I took in Catalina Island with this setup: http://shinsakuarima.zenfolio.com/p830550251 Shin
  6. Well after all the conversations here, I found a camera store that actually had the EM-5, the EM-1 and the GX7 in stock and available to play with. They only carry Panasonic lenses at the moment so I played with the 14-42 kit lens for the GX7 and the 8mm fisheye. As a current Canon 40D user, I was impressed by the compactness of all the cameras and lenses, though having said that, I was actually surprised to find that the GX7 was as big and beefy as it was. To make a long story short, they all impressed me. Three observations: 1) EVFs have come a long way. The one on the EM-1 is head and shoulders above the other two. The GX7's, which has gotten good reviews, I found to not be that much better than the EM-5 in practical use, though it is cool that it rotates up and down. One big difference is that the EM viewfinders are 4/3 aspect ratio, whereas the GX7's is 16x9. The Oly viewfinders crop the top and bottom when you switch to video. I think I like the Panny's diopter adjustment better than the teensy little knob on the Olys, though once set, it liklely wouldn't get moved, anyway, and the Panny's is easier to adjust by accident when you move the viewfinder. 2) I found the controls on the EM-1 to be less intuitive to a new user, whereas the EM-5 is a bit more intuitive and the GX7 is setup like what you'd expect from more of a rangefinder style. EM-1 felt to be in a different category of build quality from the EM-5. Panny felt very solid as well. 3) The GX7 has a pop-up flash -- the Oly's don't. They do come with a clip on miniflash but you have to remove two plastic pieces, one for the hotshoe and one for the mini-usb plug. I would probably lose at least one of those two little pieces in about 15 minutes. BTW -- I did also look at a 70D body. My 40Ds feel more solid, but it seemed OK. Definitely a size difference between it and the M43 cameras. The next thing will be to see what the housings look like and figure out the cost curve on trying to unload a bunch of Canon lenses (though I will likely keep my 100-400 and a 40D body for any fast action photos). If I do make the switch from Canon to M43, it will be for compactness above all else. Another point -- last year I bought a Sony RX100 and I use it for daily shooting now. But I don't think it would suit me for underwater based on its limited macro ability. In any event, the bottom line for me would be -- is the EM-1 viewfinder $500 better than the one on the EM-5 and GX7, do I really value the pop-up flash, and is there really that much practical diffefence in 2 vs 5 axis IBIS. Everything else is already documented on the review sites.
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