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  1. Hi, I am selling my NA-36132 Nauticam 4.33" dome port. It is for N85 housing systems, so it works for any micro four thirds housing for Olympus and Panasonic cameras, such as the NA-EM1ii It can be used with the Panasonic / Lumix 8mm fisheye lens. It also works well with the Olympus 14mm and 20mm pancake wide-angle lenses and Olympus 12mm prime lens, and Olympus 8mm fisheye F1.8 when using a 20mm mini extension ring. Included are the dome, neoprene cover, rear cap and O-ring. The dome can be send from Australia or in a few weeks from Germany. Pick up, transfer on Australian or Germany bank account or PayPal accepted. The dome has a few signs of usage in form of light scratches at the bottom of the shade and at the dome. They can't be seen at all on pictures, even on wideangle-macro shots. Original price AU$820 or €500 Asking AU$500 or €300
  2. I would love to hear any feedback on my short film I put out last year, as I am about to release another shortly. I just upgraded to an SPL housing and am looking to do more underwater shooting of marine life. I managed to get a turtle in here! Location: Costa Rica, Rhode Island, France Camera: Olympus Tough TG-5 Here is the link:
  3. I am selling above extension ring. Very good condition. Comes with grease and spare o-ring. New Price: EUR 220,-- My price: EUR 140,-- Free Shipping within the EU.
  4. This is probably a long shot but I’m looking for a replacement camera tray that screws into the base of an Olympus E-PL5 then slides into place inside the NA-EPL5 housing. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
  5. I am selling the above macro port with a saga flip adapter attached. Port glass is spotless. Some scratches on the metal. Comes with grease and spare o-ring. New Price: Port EUR 320,- Adapter EUR 160,-- My price for both: EUR 250,-- Free Shipping within the EU.
  6. Due to upgrades (a recent housing purchase for my D750) I'm selling off my 'training wheels' underwater camera setup. The camera's reputation precedes itself as one of the top rated underwater compact solutions for the past couple years. Here's Backscatter's review: I've used this package on roughly 100 dives on 4 trips over the last 18 months. Accessories have been added to turn it into a compact, easy to travel and complete solution. The only thing not included are lights, however a 'universal' mount for a regular dive light is included. I'm holding on to the lights I've purchased. I'm looking to sell this as a 'turnkey' package, however, I've broken out the wet lens as that was a recent purchase and is in 'almost new' condition. That being said, i highly recommend buying it all together for the greatest flexibility. Photos of the gear condition at: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ArvnUdWmJ1CKhrYrfr0yzP4c_j2irw?e=DDRfQ9 (This is the actual gear - photos taken yesterday) All of this was diving with me in Bahamas in June and is in good working condition. 1 x Olympus TG-5 Black Camera (used but excellent condition - it's always been used in a housing) 1 x Olympus PT-058 Underwater Housing for TG-5 (Good condition - some minor scuffs & wear. Nothing that impedes functionality or image quality. Lens is clear.) 1 x Olympus UC-90 Charger (Almost New) 2 x Olympus LI-92B Batteries (Good Condition) 4 x 3rd Party Batteries (New condition - will only charge in camera, not in Olympus charger; Use of 3rd party batteries is at your own risk... but they worked for me) 1 x Accessories (Spare O Ring; Olympus Grease; Removal tool; Wrist Strap; Lens Cap; Baggie 'o' desssicant; Optical strobe clip for Sea&Sea style cables) 1 x 52mm to 67mm step up thread converter (Good condition, modified with additional holes for easy removal) 2 x Mozaic Underwater Flex Arms (Plus an additional 'parts only' spare - these have minor damage to the mount base - see photos - does not affect use in any way) 1 x Mozaic Underwater Aluminum Tray (Good Condition) 1 x 'Universal' dive light mount (New Condition - allows for attaching a standard dive light to flex arms) Looking for $675USD for the package above. Separately priced is Backscatter M52 120deg Wide Angle Wet Lens. This was recently purchased and only used on one trip. It is in pristine condition. https://www.backscatter.com/Backscatter-M52-Underwater-0.50X-120-Wide-Angle-Wet-Lens Looking for $325USD for the lens. All gear is located in Canada and I'm willing to ship worldwide however terms are FCA Calgary. Buyer is responsible for shipping, insurance, duty, tax, etc. I can ship on my Fedex account and add it to the bill, however, responsibility for items while in transit would remain with buyer. Payment by wire transfer in CAD (preferred) or USD - alternate methods and currencies are negotiable. Item ships upon receipt of full payment. I am happy to answer any questions and provide a few tips on use/maintenance as well.
  7. I currently have an E-M5 mark 1 with the Olympus housing with two UFL stobes. I'm looking to upgrade my lens, with the intent on buying a new M4/3 down the road. I'm torn between picking out a new lens. Anyone have a suggestions or opinions on either the 7-14mm or 12-40mm Pro lens from Olympus? I'd probably be buying an AOI port to go with my new lens. Thanks in advance. Marty
  8. Just got my TG-6 and have been playing with it on land before getting wet in a couple weeks. The early reviews all pointed to the new minimum shutter speed setting as one of the big upgrade over the TG-5. Essentially, you can set a minimum shutter speed as high as 1/500, as long as you're in Auto-ISO mode (with option to set maximum ISO as low as 400). After experimenting with it, though, it seems like the minimum shutter speed feature only works if the flash is turned on. With the flash off, the shutter speed seems to be back on an auto setting, with the camera selecting values much lower than the minimum I set. This is fine for shooting with strobes, but I would love to be able to have some shutter speed control when shooting ambient light - for example, snorkeling with dolphins, where a fast shutter speed is critical. Has anyone else encountered this issue? The manual does not mention this limitation to the shutter speed control, so I wonder if there's something I'm missing.
  9. I have upgraded to a DSLR UW-rig and have a Nauticam WWL-1 wet lens for sale in mint condition. For use with Sony E, FE systems such as the full frame Sony A7, Canon M or Micro 4/3 such as Olympus M.ZUIKO, Panasonic Lumix. It is also great for compact cameras such as Sony RX100 version II to V and Canon PowerShot G7X, G16, S120 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 With this lens you can take 130° wide angle pictures but also shoot awesome close focus WA pictures. Excerpt from Nauticams website. (read more and take a look at pictures taken with the WWL-1 lens at Nauticams website) BREAKTHROUGH LENS DESIGN ZOOM TO FRAME STUNNING FIELD OF VIEW INCREDIBLE SHARPNESS & CONTRAST CLOSE FOCUS Current backscatter price is US$1680: Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Lens 130°, $1,320 Nauticam Buoyancy Collar, $58 Nauticam Hard Cap, $92 N50 Short port with M67 thread, $210 Included in the package: Carrying Case Neoprene Cover Rear Lens Cap for WWL M67 Mounting Ring Bayonet Mounting Ring Buoyancy Collar Front hard cap N50 Short port with M67 thread I'm only asking for US$800 plus shipping. I live in Sweden and the shipping is around $50-60 to US.
  10. Hi everyone Ive been around the forum for a while but never posted before. Im in a bit of a quandary, I have a nice 5DmkIV but no experience or equipment for underwater. To date Ive used go pros and recently purchased the 7 black. Im by no means a professional, I like to take photos blow them up and hang them on the wall and in a coffee table book I put together but thats it. Ive read a lot of good stuff on the TG5, and Ive been watching some underwater housings for my canon, but the more I read and learn the more indecisive I get. I have a dive trip to Bimini to swim with hammerheads in a couple weeks, from what Ive heard thats only 15-25 feet deep and want to take some great photos! Debating if strobes would be necessary and toying with getting strobes for the GoPro? Is that silly? Then I have a trip to Fiji next month which Id like to bring some equipment, but dont really want to lug a huge pelican case across the planet. Is there a efficient backpack size setup for my Canon that I can get? Does anyone have experience with a GoPro and strobes? Is the Olympus significantly better than the GoPro? Does anyone have any tips for hammerheads? Ive read a few posts. Also is anyone selling an old housing or set up that would fit my mkIV. Thanks for any and all responses, I feel like im out of my depth here.
  11. Selling my Nauticam E-M5 Mark II housing with vacuum valve, wide angle port, macro port, zoom gear and tray & handles. Everything is in brand new condition. Only been used <10 times. Changed to a different camera so needing to get rid of this guy. All is in perfect working order. The Olympus E-M5 Mkii is a great mirrorless camera for someone looking to upgrade from a compact system or looking to downgrade from a big DSLR. The housing and ports are super small and compact so great to travel with. You can literally fit everything in a backpack. Plus, the em-5 mkii is now at a super affordable price. The ports that I'm selling will work with the Olympus 14-42mm, Olympus 9-18mm and Olympus 60mm lenses, which give you a really good range underwater for both wide angle and macro photography. Equipment being sold: Nauticam NA-EM5II Housing for Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II -Spare o-ring for na-em5ii housing- -User manual Nauticam M16 Vacuum Valve -Removal tool -User manual (for vacuum check and leak detection system) Nauticam Macro Port 65 for Olympus 60mm Macro -Spare o-ring for N85 port Nauticam 4" Wide Angle Port for Olympus 9-18mm and Olympus 14-42mm -Spare o-ring for N85 port Nauticam Zoom Gear for Olympus 14-42mm and 9-18mm Lens Ultralight TR-DM Tray with Ultralight TR-DUP tray extender/upgrade (2x) Ultralight AC-H Black Handle w/ ball mount Retail cost: $2715 ASKING PRICE: $1650 (40% off) If you are interested please DM me or email me at: dhuber95 (at) gmail (dot) com and I'll be sure to answer right away -Davis
  12. I have an Olympus PT-EP13 Underwater Housing for the Olympus OMD EM5 Mark II camera, and the housing has flooded 3 times. The first time I thought it was the Zen wide angle port, and put the stock port back on. Soaked the housing in water and dried the springs, buttons, etc. well. All good for 6 months, then another major housing flood. Soaked and dried again, this time taking off the tiny screws that hold the port glass and cleaning sand off the 2 glass O rings. All good for a couple dives, then small amounts of water intrusion while diving around 80 feet. Took the housing down without the camera after soaking and drying again- no water intrusion. Took it down again without the camera, and there was water intrusion when pushing the buttons. At this point, I don't trust the housing any longer. Olympus already doesn't make the housing any longer and no store carries it. Does anyone have any suggestions? I really don't want to buy another camera and housing set up, and am severely bummed. Thanks, Divingmama
  13. Hi all! I was quite active as a beginner here a few months ago, asking lots and lots of questions mostly about Nikon FX and the Nauticam WACP. I reached the conclusion that the D850 I already own with a WACP should be my best bet for optimum quality, but held off purchasing simply because of cost. Since then I’ve been thinking, and I’m now investigating other alternatives. Reasons for doing so include * size and weight (topside) of WACP solution, especially when travelling. * yes, cost. * not being sure I’ll be happy with having 25 mm (70 mm x 0.36) as my longest focal length. The alternatives I’m now looking at all include the WWL-1, which I gather is in many respects the equivalent of the WACP (albeit a removable wetlens) for smaller sensors. My plan with this post is to ask you whether I seem to have understood things correctly. I’ve been looking at two camera and three lenses. The Sony A6400 with 16-50, and the Olympus E-M1 MkII with either 14-42 or 12-50. Camera-wise the A6400 would give me about an extra stop of sensor performance. In fact, make that two stops at base ISO since A6400 goes to ISO 100, E-M1 to 200. (DxOMark and photonstophotos don’t quite agree though, I don’t quite know what to make of that.) I should also get a significantly better AF with A6400. The E-M1 on the other hand would give me IBIS and 2/3 stops better flash sync (1/250 s I believe, 1/160 s on the Sony). In fact, the Sony would lock me at 1/160 s or slower even if I turned off my strobes, since that’s what it does when the popup flash is raised. (The slow sync speed of the Sony should, in scenarios with sunlit backgrounds, be offset by the sensor’s theoretically better dynamic range at base ISO, but being locked at 1/160 s is still a bummer.) As for lenses, the 14-42 allows full zoom-through, giving full-frame equivalent of 10-30 mm with the WWL-1. This is better than the WACP. Using the 12-50 it vignettes until at 16 mm, giving maybe 12-36 mm equiv with WWL-1 assuming full zoom-through, which is still highly respectable by my standards. On the Sony side the 16-50 vignettes until 20 mm, giving 11-27 mm equiv. HOWEVER, if I use the bayonet mount the WWL-1 is easily removed, quickly opening up mid-range focal lengths should I need them. This is not possible with the WACP. Being behind a flat port I guess I need to go to maybe 40 mm (equiv) or so before getting rid of the most horrible corner issues, so there will be a gap in usable FOV:s but I think that will be ok. Also, I’m not sure but I think I should be able to use e.g. the SMC-1 with all of these lenses. I’m not sure how that would compare to a dedicated macro lens, but it should give me wide-angle, mid-range and macro on the same dive, which again would not be possible with the WACP. Of course I would be sacrificing resolution and dynamic range if I’m not using my D850. I have a couple of follow-up questions. But as a start – does this sound about accurate?
  14. Selling an Olympus PTWC-01 wide angle lens in good condition. The lens has a magnification of 0.6 giving a 100 degree angle of view underwater. This lens has the standard 67mm thread and will fit any housing that accepts 67mm wet lenses. This is a large and solid lens which is very sharp across the entire frame including the corners. Using an RX100 I could zoom through the entire range and the image was still sharp. The optical quality is better than the Inon UWL-100 series. A stainless steel saddle is fitted to allow a lanyard to be attached. There are a few micro scratches on the front glass - see photos. These have no effect on image quality. Priced at US$280 including shipping to US, UK and Western Europe (the item is in Australia). Shipping time is approx 7 to 10 days. Please contact me at: neilwin@iinet.net.au
  15. I have a barely used (maybe 3 times?) Olympus M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO lens and Nauticam zoom gear for sale. Both are in PERFECT condition. The only reason I'm selling it is that it mounts from the port side and it's not convenient enough for me...LOL.... Brand new for lens is $999 (USD) and zoom gear is $200 (USD). Will sell both for $825 (USD) and buyer pays shipping. I only accept PayPal. Thanks!
  16. Hello everyone! I have the following for sale for $950: Nikon D300 - lightly used in like new condition - Battery charger and 2 batteries - 18-55 lens Ikelite Housing - lightly used in like new condition - On tray with two handles, bolt snap, and retractor - Oring in excellent shape, seals perfectly 8” Ikelite Dome Port - lightly used in like new condition 1 Ikelite Optical Cable for use with strobe Please feel free to contact me with any questions: covington.d@gmail.com or 305-301-9115 Best, Derek
  17. Looking for a Micro 4/3 camera (panasonic/olympus mirrorless) with a nauticam housing and ports/lenses. Pm me your gear and offers!
  18. for those using the TG-5, what accessories do you use and why? there seem to be so many options/brands out there and i can't decide! from housing to lenses to strobes to diffusers to trays to lights to tethers and probably a whole lot more i haven't thought of!
  19. Hello Nauticam Lacro Port 36161 Nauticam Gear 36147 Olympus M.Zuiko 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ lens. It's all in great condition, no scratches on the glass. Greeting Holger
  20. This is a great camera, we used it about 5 times. Its in excellant condition! The hold set up includes Olympus TG4 camera, Nauticam Housing, Tray, Grip, 2 batteries, charger and Ball mount. $750.00 Plus shipping. Shipped from Memphis TN.
  21. After diving with the PT-058 housing and KitDive tray I had some annoyances that I wanted to fix. Camera mode knob is difficult to turn with 5mm gloves on. Need camera trigger from camera tray handle Zoom knob not easily accessible from tray handle lens cover floats around and gets into image I 3D printed some mods out of PLA that have been great, I've dived with the knob and camera trigger a couple times but am excited to try out the lens holder and zoom knob.
  22. I used this set-up as a beginner and moved up to a mirrorless recently. I am asking $125 + shipping (within the US only) for the whole package - tray/arm, strobe, camera with one battery & charger plus the Olympus housing. It is set-up and ready to use. The FE3010 is a 12 megapixel point-and-shoot camera with 3x zoom, several auto modes to choose from including video capability and underwater modes. The Strobe I paired with the camera is a manual Sea n Sea YS-27DX. It is very easy to operate underwater. This is my go-to camera and strobe when in a 'panic' mode.
  23. Says it all really. I have decided to hang on to the E-M5 for UW so if anyone has a reasonably priced housing going I would be interested to hear. TC
  24. Been using my Olympus 60mm lens and original EM5Mk1 for a few years now. It works fantastic on land and underwater. When I dive with it I set the limiter to the 0.9-.4m setting which makes focusing performance better. This works great with the now older EM5. However, with my new EM1Mk2 the focus limiter doesn't work. On autofocus the lens hunts throughout the entire range. It doesn't matter where the limiter is set, it cycles through the entire range on the EM1. The limiter works properly on the EM5. The lens and both camera bodies are all updated with the latest firmware. A lot of times with the EM5 I would use manual focus and just rock the camera back and forth to find the focus. However, sometimes I would use autofocus and place the focus point right where I wanted it. This usually worked very well and focus was quick with the EM5. However, with the EM1 the focus hunts back and forth throughout it's entire range and sometimes takes a while to find focus. I can replicate the same behavior on land as well. With the EM5 the focus limiter works as intended; however, with the EM1 it is as if the limiter is ignored. Has anyone else dealt with this? Have I missed a setting on the EM1Mk2 that disables the limiter? I looked through the manual but cannot find a mention of the limiter.
  25. For sale Nauticam 36144 zoom gear for Olympus 9-18mm. Perfect condition. Will ship anywhere. US$ 100 / EUR 90 /GB£80 all prices incl. shipping.
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