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  1. Selling as a package for $500 + postage: - Ikelite housing (6270.02 TS2, FT2 Panasonic) - Panasonic Lumix digital camera (DMC-FT2) + battery charger and batteries (x3) - Ikelite tray and dual handles (9523.62) - Hard travel case (pelican-stye) fitted for the above gear Great beginners set-up. I bought this when I first started getting into underwater photography and it has taken some great photos (see them here). I am selling because I have upgraded to the Canon S110. Everything is in good working order. The handles and tray are less than 3 months old and practically new. The camera has always been used inside the housing and is in perfect condition (no scratches or marks). The housing has never flooded, and has been on less than 20 dives. There are a few minor scratches on the exterior of the housing, but only on the body (none on the lens) - it comes with a rubber lens cap for protection. Set-up also works well with strobes - the velcro attachments on the front of the housing is where the optical cable plugs in when using strobes (can be removed if preferred). The pelican-style hard travel case is less than 3 months old and is pretty much brand new - the foam is fitted to hold the camera, housing, handles and plate, spare batteries, and charger. Will send additional photos on request.
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