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  1. FS : Sea&sea RX100III housing In this housing, the zoom button has been slightly modified to use the RX100M6/7. RX100M6/M7 can use in 24-70mm area. when using the RX100M6/M7, the LCD screen is slightly tilted to the right, but there is no problem in using it. Also RX100M3-M5 can be used. It was stored after using it about 5 times for testing. Included items are everything in the picture My price is $650 include free shipping worldwide. For more information please contact me shjeong8@hanmail.net
  2. Hello everyone! After 6 years the time has come to upgrade my setup from compact to aps-c or higher. My current setup is : rx100m4 in sony housing + inon uwl100+ subsee+10 and noname 10k lumen video lights. - I love the flexibility because I like to explore and shoot what I find. I mostly use wide angle, but having the ability to switch to macro is awesome. I mostly shoot in the Mediterranean sea or german lakes. - Since I do most of my photography while freediving I move a lot and try to stay as compact as possible. -my budget is 3000€. No nauticam for me. -my biggest complains about my current setup are: noisy images in lowlight or very low contrast situations, low dynamic range (I love to have some light rays or watersurface on my wide shots), the fact that my wide lens cant really do over/under-shots I have been reading and researching for weeks now. Coming from compact cam to interchangeble-lens cams is a lot to take in. I have narrowed it down to buying an A6600 16-50mm, an A7C 28-60mm or a GH-5 12-60mm and a seafrog housing. Do you guys think I can make the FF cam work or would the necessary optics be out of my budget? Do any of you use one of these cams in seafrog housings? Did you find wetlenses that work well with it? Do you think the A7C would be beneficial for my usecase or could it even be worse for me? (Price, depth of field, lower flexibilty in this setup...) Sorry for the long text, thank you for your input! Attached: situations when I wished I had a better camera.
  3. Up for sale is a brand new housing for RX100 made by Recsea. The housing can be modified by a kit to make it work for RX100 II. It was originally bought from blue water photo store This housing has never been used or touched the water. The M67 mount has been replaced(by the store) to have the aluminum version as opposed to the plastic. The housing will come with all the accessories pictured. Please let me know if you have any questions. I am asking $350 which is very fair. Please do not send lowball offers. They will be ignored Payment via Paypal invoice. Prefer to ship in Continental US. Shipping for about $15-$20 depending on location. Will ship via USPS
  4. Hi, I'm new around here! I'm pretty experienced as a photographer and videographer on land (actually, mainly at sea as I live on a boat), but a noob at UW stuff. I'm looking for some advice on beginner gear. Bear with me... I shoot RAW photography and log video (GH5, A7C), so I'm used to colour correction and colour grading. My TG-5, which I use for snorkeling, barely cuts the mustard and requires quite a bit of post for acceptable footage. The GoPro, which I have used for diving, is not bad for video if shot in Protune, so currently I'm looking for an UW camera mainly for photography. If and when funds allow I'll eventually buy housing for my Sony cameras but that's a long way off, so to tide me over for an up and coming dive I bought the Seafrogs housing for the Tough, just to get some experience of handling gear under water. But knowing how average the Tough is (at least it shoots in RAW), I'm looking for a budget-friendly step-up. I figured a decent compact that shoots raw, but has video capabilities, is the way forward, and started looking at the RX100 series (funnily enough I used to own the original RX100 when it came out). Here's my quandary: the earlier models had a longer focal length of 100mm, which makes sense for macro photography. Also, they're cheap. The later models, however, shoot in s-log for video, which could be better than the GoPro (could be, but I don't know), or maybe not advisable in low light conditions? If macro photography is my main aim, would an RX100 ii be a good fit? Or will I get frustrated that the video capabilities are dated? If I went for an RX100 iii or above, will I get frustrated I don't have 100mm for macro? Or maybe I should buy an A6xxx instead, since I already have E-mount lenses? The Seafrogs housing for both RXxxx and A6xxx is the same price. Any advice or opinions welcome. TIA.
  5. Hi, Selling my used Fantasea FRX100 V housing, Sony RX100 V camera and iDas UAL-04 Glass Air lens. - The Fantasea FRX100 V housing is used but in very good and well-kept condition. Light marks on rear screen and on the edges of the front port from light use. Port glass is scratch and mark free. Housing has never been flooded. Includes all accessories that came originally with the housing. (Fantasea housings are great. Compact and ergonomic.) - The Sony RX100 V camera is used and in MINT condition. Has a glass LCD protector on since day 1. All camera accessories are included in the original packaging. A Sony Battery and Charger kit, and Sony mini bag are included with the camera. - The iDas UAL-04 Glass Air lens is used and in MINT condition. Same function as Nauticam Wetmate. Includes front and back covers. Will sell as a package. Price: $700 plus Paypal fees. Includes shipping to anywhere in the Continental USA.
  6. Hello all, I'm trying to figure out what compact would work best for underwater video only. I've been looking at specs, reading reviews here and also wherever else I could find them, including for older RX100 models, watching side by side videos and whatever uw clips I could find, but unfortunately the mass of contradictory information found online is a little confusing. To summarise what I'm looking for: I'm only interested in a compact for shooting underwater video clips only, not stills. I'd shoot in 1080 and/or up to 4k, 24/30 to 60 fps - mainly with shallow ambient light in the tropics - and mainly wide angle general reef scences, with a red filter (primary), and less commonly with lights for macro/closeups (secondary) - I don't really care much for slow-motion. As a side-note I'm well aware of the limitations but have decided to focus on on compact-sized cameras for now, for specific practical reasons, - mainly to have something with manual controls and of reasonable size to work with for a couple of years before eventually upgrading to something bigger and more efficient like a dedicated camcorder or mirrorless. Main points of interest to me: • white balance for video in camera white balance (I'm partial to Lumix cameras on this), possibility to do a manual white balance, possibility to shoot in a flat profile to white balance in post (I don't think there is a compact capable of shooting raw video, but a flat/ flatter profile option would be very useful) • low light capacities for video how efficient is the video in lower light conditions - ie how will the camera handle darker days, going a little deeper, say with a red filter, what are the manual options • efficient video autofocus how good is the autofocus when shooting video - some cameras (LX series) have touch screen focus controls to set focus, but this is not really a practical option in a housing. How good is the camera at tracking in the sort of environment we shoot in underwater etc... • video image quality how defined is the video image, dynamic range etc - these compact cameras come with 2 sensor size options, four thirds for the LX100ii and 1" for the others, but it's not clear what really works best due to cropping, processing etc Not a major difference in apertures for these cameras, but there might be something to lookout for in lens quality • video stabilisation these compact cameras offer 2 types, lens and in camera - the RX100 seems to have a slight edge on this • battery life how does the battery hold when shooting video - I've heard that the RX series drains batteries very quickly when shooting 4k videos this is less of an issue on land, but underwater and in housing, for one hour dives shooting short clips, more so • overheating when shooting video? I've heard this is/was a major issues when shooting video on the Sony RX series. I shoot to edit 10 to 30 seconds clips, might go up to 1 minute for very specific reasons but not beyond, so a 5 minute cap like the RX100's 4k mode doesn't bother me for instance however the camera will indeed be used for underwater video only, in a housing, so reallynot very practical if it overheats easily --------- As mentioned in the title, I've narrowed down the search to 3 classic compacts: • Sony RX100 V or VI (or higher) • Lumix LX100 ii • Lumix LX 10 But I'm open to other recommendations for good video cameras of of similar size. I am quite partial to the Lumix series, have seen some good really good and helpful feedback here (thanks again), but have been reading contradicting information on video performance, especially when compared to the RX series. It doesn't really help that most of the video info found elsewhere online is focused on vloggers shooting in very different conditions from what we would find underwater, and that most commercial showreels focus on closeup scenes with a great light rig, which is not what i'll be using the camera for most of the time, and hardly mention white balancing Some info i've picked up along the way on these cameras: The older Panasonic LX10 seems to have focusing issues, and stabilisation is not great The Sony RX line (V, VI, VII....) is also very interesting, but I have heard of the overheating issues, which seems to be a common problem for other users shooting video. Since I'll be using this camera for video only, this does seem like a major problem. Not clear if this is major issue really fixed with the RX100 VII - found tests saying that it is, others that it isn't... Apparently in a studio, 40 minutes of continuous shooting is possible, but not sure what this would translate to inside a UW housing. RX100 battery life is also supposed to be quite dismal when shooting video, again not great underwater, and not sure what to make of its white balance options The Panasonic LX100 ii seems like a good alternative without the overheating issues and with better battery management, but what of autofocus, low light and image quality? It's also not clear how its bigger sensor really performs>>> ------- Beyond dry camera specs, it would be fantastic if people with real-life underwater video experience with these cameras could give opinions to help me make a more informed decision on which compact to get for shooting uw video clips. Thanks in advance for your help and pointers cheers ben
  7. Hi all, I am selling my RX100ii due to a DSLR upgrade in the near future. This is a great compact setup and makes snooting quite easy. I'm happy to post my pictures if you need to see what I managed to get in Bunaken and Tulamben, but I'm still processing them! Safe to say, this camera is great for both wide and macro with the paired wet lenses. I can provide more (detailed) pictures if required, but the post is limiting me to ca 1MB. I am based in the south of the UK, but I am of course happy to ship this anywhere. Everything's in excellent condition and I'll provide boxes where possible. I believe I have my Nauticam box somewhere as well if this is required.
  8. Hi all, I am selling my RX100ii due to a DSLR upgrade in the near future. This is a great compact setup and makes snooting quite easy. I'm happy to post my pictures if you need to see what I managed to get in Bunaken and Tulamben, but I'm still processing them! Safe to say, this camera is great for both wide and macro with the paired wet lenses. I can provide more (detailed) pictures if required, but the post is limiting me to ca 1MB. I am based in the south of the UK, but I am of course happy to ship this anywhere. Everything's in excellent condition and I'll provide original boxes where possible - it is priced to sell at £1250.
  9. I have a Sony RX100 Mark II. I am looking at picking up a used housing for it. I know that as of the Mark V (or possibly IV) the camera casing was modified and older housings will nor work for the Mark V. My question is, will housings for the original RX100 work for an RX100 Mark II? If so, it that across the board for all of the manufacturers? If not, are there some manufacturers that it will work for? I have found a Nauticam RX-100 housing but the seller and I do not live in the same area, so I don't want to buy it without first confirming. Thanks
  10. Went down to Antarctica in March (7 days on the peninsula). We made it down past the polar circle to 66˚ 33’ 47.5’S and were able to dive under an iceberg in Crystal Sound where a friendly and curious crabeater seal chose to spend some time with us under the ice. A pretty magical experience. A few photos embedded here. For more pictures see: instagram.com/bunderwater by Michael Heyns, on Flickr by Michael Heyns, on Flickr Michael Heyns, on Flickr by Michael Heyns, on Flickr
  11. I am in the process of upgrading to a different camera system. For sale is my barely used RX100 with Recsea housing. The following is offered for sale: Sony RX100 Mk1 with extra batteries $275.00 Recsea Housing $300.00 Sea&Sea YS-01 Strobes $250.00 each
  12. Due to a very unserious buyer, I'm unfortunately putting this back on the market. Please only contact me if you're serious about buying this unit. Because I'm decluttering a bit, I'll even throw in a free spare housing! I won't be selling this separately as I would much rather sell it as a package. It's priced to go. Here's what's included: Nauticam NA-RX100ii housing Sony RX100ii 4 x clamps iDas tray TR03 with pistolgrip ball 2x mount screws Inon UWL 100 ultra wideangle wetlens Inon UCL 100 close up wetlens Free Meikon RX100 spare housing Below are pictures of what's included: Here's the breakdown and price. Shipping is excluded. If you're able to get to the south of the UK, I'm happy to sell it in person P.S. High quality pictures are available, but I'm limited to 1MB in this post. Thanks, sinetwo
  13. Aaaand more of stuff from the bottom of my drawer Nauticam LCD Magnifier with Dioptric Adjustment (25106) plus the required attachment rails (25131). Bought brand new from Fotografit.eu. Very good condition - gf used a few times, then decided she likes pure screen better...so, since it has gathered enough dust, it's time to perhaps find a new home for it.... Fits Nauticam housings for Sony RX100 III / IV /V. More info on Nauticam website: https://www.nauticam.com/products/lcd-magnifier-with-dioptric-adjustment https://www.nauticam.com/products/lcd-magnifier-attachment-rails-for-na-rx100iii-rx100iv-rx100v Pics below (ignore the pen writing on teh box ) Price wise, 125 Euro / 110 GBP + postage...sensible offers also welcome Magnifier and rails are currently in Brussels, Belgium. Local collection is of course welcome. Any questions / need more pictures, just ask
  14. Anyone using a Sony RX 100 version 1 out there I need some help. Is there a way to set the live view so that it will show a bright image underwater and NOT the image based on the settings? For example if I set it at 1/125, f/5.6 and ISO 100 and am in any reasonable depth of water the screen is so dark I can't see what I am focusing on! Likewise, if shooting macro, even in shallow (10') water with the camera set at 1/125, f/11+ and ISO of 100 it is again so dark that I can't focus. There has to be a way to fix this because I've seen some great shots from a RX100 version 1. Huge thanks for replies. Cheers! J Walker
  15. Hello everyone, Selling a full Nauticam set up for the Sony RX100 IV camera, with the camera itself. This full set includes the flex tray, the two handles, ball mount, view finder magnifier (this thing is a MUST HAVE), extended trigger, vacuum check valve and pump (in addition to the standard moisture sensor). Also includes the Sony RX100 IV camera with 2 extra batteries. A screen protector has been installed on this camera from day one. All boxes shown will also be sent. As you can tell, I take good care of this stuff! It was used for 2 trips to Mexico. Asking US$1400 shipped in North America for this fantastic package. Also have a Inon S2000 strobe (posted previously, deal fell through). Asking $270 shipped in North America. Buy both together (just add arms and you're good to go!) for US$1650! Thanks for looking!
  16. I am selling my SONY RX100 IV with lots of extra gear. Bought it originally to use it for underwater photography but I never found the time to get into this hobby. So I give it up. That's why the camera was almost never used (only couple times above water) and is in mint condition. No scratches, dents or anything. Even display has no scratches. The RX100 IV is a great high-end compact for underwater photography and video. The package includes: BATTERIES Two additional batteries with extra duo charger (in addition to the sony battery). Ideal for multiple dives. BAG Camerabag from Lowepro with splash water cover. The bag holds the camera and has an extra protected pocket for sd-cards as well as extra storage. CARDS - 2x 8 GB Micro SD-Karten mit Adapter (Transcend) - 1x 16 GB SD Karte (Transcend / SDHC UHS-I) - 1x 64 GB Micro-SD Karte (Lexar / 633x64GB UHS) Price for everything: € 649,00 Paypal preferred. Shipping inside EU. Worldwide shipping depending on location. TECH SPECS RX100 IV FROM SONY.COM: - 21 Megapixel (memory attached 1.0-type stacked CMOS Sensor) - 3x optical Zoom -11x digital Zoom - 3 inch Display - XGA OLED Pop-Up Tru-finder - 24-70 mm ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T f/1.8 - 2.8 - um 180° flexibel LC-display - 4K Video - Slow Motion and Super Slow Motion 1000 fps PAL (40x super slow motion)
  17. Selling a Nauticam LX7 housing on eBay. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=223027497366&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111 Anthony
  18. ====SOLD==== Hi everyone, I am posting my RX100 Mk V system for sale, as I recently upgraded to a different setup. Everything is virtually brand new, in excellent condition, with about 8 dives on it (the macro stuff has 1-2 dives). All the gear was purchased between December and January of last year. Everything comes in original packing, with manuals, instructions, cases, boxes, etc. I will add several pieces of gear for free if this goes bundled. The list includes: 1. Sony DSC-RX100 V. Latest and greatest from the RX100 generation. Includes battery and original charger and cables. Price: $650 USD (regular price ~$1,000 USD) Adding, if in bundle: · 2 x Sony BX1 new extra batteries. · 2 x TSA-compliant battery cases. · 1 x Sony BC-TRX battery fast charger. 2. Nauticam NA-RX100V Housing PRO Package. Including RX100 Mk V housing, flexitray, ball mounts, shutter release extension, and M14 vacuum valve. Also includes a spare housing O-Ring. Price: $900 USD (regular price $1,255 USD) Adding, if in bundle: · 1 x Nauticam Bayonet Mount Adaptor for SMC/CMC. 3. Nauticam WWL-1 Wet Wide Lens. Highest quality wet-changeable underwater wide-angle lens. Price: $850 USD (regular price $1,150 USD) Adding, if in bundle: · 1 x Nauticam M67 To Bayonet Mount Converter. 4. Nauticam Compact Macro Convertor – CMC-1 and CMC-2. Powerful super macro accessory lens optimized for use with both fixed lens compact and mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. Price: $240 USD Each (regular price ~$300 USD) Adding, if in bundle: · 1 x Nauticam Bayonet Mount Lens Holder. Price for everything: $2,500 USD Attaching more images...
  19. I have an RX100 Mk1 and Nauticam housing for it. I'd like to get some Macro lenses and trying to figure out best options. So far I've narrowed down my plan to a dedicated +5-7 diopter lens and a more powerful +10-13 diopter lens, rather than stacking lower power lenses, because that seems to be a better approach. Given that, what lenses should I get? SAGA +5 and +10? Nauticam CMC-2 and CMC-1? Bluewater +7 and Kraken +12? SubSea +5 and +10? I have a Kraken wide angle lens (KRL-4) which I like (for the price), but I ultimately want to get whichever lens will be the best value for money. Ideally don't want to go too expensive on this (the Nauticam solution for example), unless I'm given solid reasons to do so. Thanks!
  20. Hello, am looking for a sony rx100 (mki...m1) housing with full manual control Best Martim
  21. I have a Sony RX100 (Mk. 1) and I'm considering getting a housing for it. I like fantasea, recsea, and nauticam housings, so if you have one that you'd be interested in selling, I'd be interested. Shipping to Seattle, WA. Thanks!
  22. After spending 3 years in diving in Fiji it is time to move back home and be a land crab. I will not be diving often enough to justify keeping this nice setup any longer. Nauticam NA-RX100 (Mark I) Nauticam Flexitray with right handle and ball mounts Ikelite W20 Wideangle Wet lens Sony RX100 with OEM charger (MarkI) and Peli 1010 case The W20 was passed on to me from my wife and has some "waterspots" on the front lens element, nothing that shows up on the photos. Available for shipping in the US from August 5th or Sweden the following week. Or Fiji right now. 800 USD + Shipping
  23. I'm very new to using an underwater strobe and don't really understand how a TTL system works using a fiber optic connection. I've been watching youtube videos explaining TTL in normal cameras connected via a hotshoe with an electronic connection and kind of understand that the camera fires a pre-flash to determine how much power it needs for the main flash. But how does this work with a simple optical trigger? If the camera uses its own pre-flash to trigger a pre-flash in the strobe and then provides corrects the main flash power, how is this information conveyed via the fiber optic from the camera to the strobe? To clarify, does the strobe vary its power according to the amount of light carried via the fiber optic cable? I have a Sony RX100M4 connected to an INON Z-240 (unfortunately there's no manual) via optic cable. Does anyone know if the RX100 uses a preflash when I use the fill flash? Should I put the Advanced Cancel Circuit Switch up or down on the Inon Z-240? Any help would be very appreciated.
  24. Hi all UW photographers out there, I want to buy a good compact, suitable housing and strobe/LED. To give you an idea about my UW photography experience: In the analog era I used to dive with a Minolta Alpha 8000i with (usually) a 100mm Macro lens in a Hugyfot housing, Subtronic 250Ws strobe w/built-in pilot lamp, plus a Nikonos V with 28 or 15mm lens mounted on top of the Hugyfot housing. With this setup I could shoot macro and wideangle on the same dive, which was really nice. Disadvantage of this setup was its bulk and weight. Particularly the huge and heavy Subtronic strobe was really difficult to handle when I had to fight currents, as I encountered them near Alor or some spots in the Andaman islands. So for the future I am looking for something much smaller and lighter, but with a similar level of versatility. Instead of one big and heavy strobes, I want to use 2 really small and lightweight ones. I have pretty much narrowed down my search to a Sony RX100 II*, but I am not sure what housing I should buy as there are so many. It should be - compact and lightweight - good for a diving depth of at least 60 meters, which I guess rules out the cheaper plastic housings - give me good control over the camera's settings - allow fiber optic connection of 2 UW strobes with TTL control - allow mounting of 2 strobe arms - allow mounting of wet lenses. I remember on a trip to Ambon I saw a guy with a housing who had 2 wet lenses mounted to the left and right of his port, one wide angle converter and one close-up lens. He could flip them in and out very quickly. This looked very useful to me. Do any of you out there know if any of the housings for the RX100 II offers such a mount option? * Or would you recommend another good compact? I chose the RX 100 II over the newer RX100 models because of its longer lens, 100 instead of the 70mm max offered by the newer versions.
  25. I am new to the underwater photography world (aside from GoPro's). I enjoy Macro shots and I am currently looking for a nice setup to start dedicating trips to underwater photography. I would prefer something that could be used on land as well. not too bulky. I have been interested in the Olympus E-M1 and the RX100 as they both fit my needs. obviously, the M1 has the ability to grow in the hobby a lot more than the RX. so that decision is based more on pricepoint. Would be looking for something within the next 2 months. Thank you for considering. Alex
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