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I am Selling a Housing from the Company Easydive (Leo 3 WI). The Housing fits a lot of different cameras, only a different tray for the camera is needed. So it is future proof if you consider upgrading later on. The housing is at the moment configured for a Sony A7 R III AND Sony A7 III. I used the housing with a sigma 15mm on metabones adapter. The housing is working totally fine and was not used very much. I’d like to sell it, because for my type of photography and using it doesn’t fit to my camera handling. I bought the housing in the beginning of 2021! For other configurations, another extension ring might be necessary https://www.easydive.it/en/underwater-housing/mirrorless/leo3-wi.224.html The standard Buttons are: on the front: Autofocus and shutter on the back: Movie Record Aperture up and down Shutter Speed up and down ISO up and down switch button (to get access to an additional button layout) off Button The depth rating of that setup ist 150 (!) meters. The set includes: Housing (Price New: 2590€) (including 1 battery and a charger and 1x Nikonos 5 connector) additional manual Optical Trigger (159€) 2x Ballheads attached to the housing (52€) Display protection Foil(10€) Tray / Handle with another ball head (63€) spare battery (58€) Bajonett Protection Plug (18€) Developer Kit (87€) (for updating housing for other cameras) Firmware Upgrade (for an addional camera. Original set for A7R III, A7III was added as an addition) (150€) Housing Price new complete: 3.186€ Offered price: 2.350€ Dome port bundle additional (will sell separately if housing is sold): Dome port 160mm acrylic (499€) Extension ring 15mm (140€) Port Protection Cap (18€) Price new: 657€ Price now: 500€ Price complete bundle: 2.750€ also included but done as DIY: Monitor hood small (original one would be ~ 57€) Monitor large (~45°) (not available commercially) (not in the picture) Hood for Dome port (not in the picture) The article is located near Hamburg (Germany). Pickup and Paying Cash is possible. Shipping is possible. Paypal via bank transfer or paypayl is possible. send me a PM or an email: email@example.com
I switched from Canon to Sony one year ago now and generally been happy about the switch. Due to being a hybrid shooter, who needs to provide 4k video to clients. But recently my work has shifted toward more photography than video and I am really missing CFWA and the 'fisheye look' that came from my previous setup (Canon 7D and Tokina 10-17mm). I still have the Tokina 10-17mm in my arsenal and have adapted it with a cheap Fotodiox Pro Smart adapter onto my current Camera a Sony a6500. Unfortunately, I am unable to use the Tokina daily as it is too unreliable with AF (with photography) and even locks the camera completely on some occasions. I have since decided to upgrade to full frame and have chosen to stay with Sony A7iii as I still need the excellent video performance from the Sony. But the problem still exists that Sony doesn't have a dedicated Fisheye Zoom. Whilst searching the interwebs with continuous research on the best options I have come across the fantastic Canon 8-15mm Fisheye which can be adapted to the Sony by a Metabones adapter. I have read a few threads and articles on people using this setup but with not much detail of its success. I would like to know if the AF works, (luckily I am in warm tropical waters so ambient light isn't too bad) also if it ever crashes or locks the camera? Anyone with a Sony A7 series camera and the Metabones Canon setup could share some light would be most helpful. I have also looked at other options like the Sony 16-35mm and the very expensive Nauticam WACP but have ruled both out because the 16-35mm is still a rectilinear and the WACP is too expensive.