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For Sale (prices in Australian $, postage extra): a complete, pro quality, Nikon FX SLR underwater photographic system, lightly used, and in very good condition, comprising: Nauticam Housing: D800 (mk 1), including vacuum warning system + UW Technics TTL adapter for fibre optics (works really well) + Nauticam strobe trigger for fibre optics + 2x fibre optic ports + Ikelite hard wire port (not fitted) $2,250. Nauticam Ports: 8.5" acrylic dome $500 | macro 60 port $ 300 | macro 105 port + gears $350 | extension port and gears for dome to fit 16-35 lens $75. LowePro Gear Bag (accommodates housing + dome port + 2 strobes). Cost $300 - free bonus to anyone taking the full Nauticam set of housing, and ports. Nauticam Viewfinders: 45 degree $850 | 180 degree (straight) $1,000 - both make a huge difference underwater! Nikon FX D800e (7,315 shutter count) $ 1,200 | Nikon D810 (145 shutter count) $1,800. 2x Nikon batteries with each camera, showing "new" in menu (always stored out of the camera). Both cameras in great condition, with boxes. Nikon FX lenses: 16 f2.8 $600 | 16-35 f4 $800 | 60 f2.8 micro $500 | 105 f2.8 micro $800 | 50 f1.8 $100. All unblemished and in great condition. Strobes: 2x Inon Z240 strobes + 2x Inon Snoot sets + fibre optic cables $1,000 2x Ikelite DS 161 strobes + one extra battery + external Ikelite TTL adapter (works very well) + Ikelite fibre optic slave adapter. Single & dual Ikelite strobe cables. $ 1,500. Extensive collection of genuine Ultralight trays, arms, clamps, quick release handles - roughly $25/item (negotiable). This was to be my forever outfit, after more than 40 years of underwater photography, some of it professional, and mainly with Ikelite. The photos are the same, but the difference using a Nauticam system is like going from a Ford to a Range Rover. The D800E is a magnificent underwater camera (massive improvement over DX and D610), and this one has only had 7,315 actuations (I shoot carefully underwater, like I'm still using a film camera, with 36 on the roll). It should be good for many years. The D810 was purchased as a backup and hasn't been used (only 145 "playing around" shots), as I've been playing with Fuji, topside, for the past few years. It almost fits the Nauticam housing, which be converted for it, but why bother? The D800E will do everything you ask it to, and the D810 is much nicer to use on land. As along term proposition (which was my plan) you'd have everything covered, at a fraction of current replacement cost. Why am I selling? Arthritis has struck and I'm half way through getting both knees replaced. My legs are stuffed and I doubt I'll be able to get back into serious underwater photography. If I do, it will be with a much lighter kit. This gear is heavy, and built to last! Plenty of photos of all the kit are available, Just ask through Wetpixel, or direct: firstname.lastname@example.org