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to buy please see my ebay listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nikon-D-80-Camera-Aquatica-Housing-w-Ports-and-Lenses-for-Underwater-and-Land-/282499782446?hash=item41c64c972e:g:~lkAAOSwZKBZLJM9 This Nikon D80 in its Aquatica housing takes amazing pictures whether set up for wide angle or macro and even on land. I'm including the Nikon D80 camera 2 batteries and charger, Aquatica D80 Housing w/ Moisture Alarm, 1" angle dovetail ball arm mounts, and Body Cap. Nikkor 60mm/2.8 AF-D Macro lens, Aquatica Macro Port w/ neoprene cover, Aquatica 1" extension ring and Rear Port Cap. Sigma 10-20mm Zoom lens w/ zoom gear, Aquatica 8" Dome port w/ shade, neoprene dome cover and Rear Port Cap. Nikkor 18-135mm/3.5-5.6 AF-S lens (used on land only) Two Nikonos SB105 Strobes w/ 1" ball mounts. Double sync cord and spare single sync cord. spare 'O' rings & grease AND an American Tourister carry on roller case w/foam to hold everything!
I've just switched from a D60 in a Sea&Sea RDX housing, using Nikkor 10-24 mm lens in a compact glass dome port; it's not mating well with my new Nauticam D7000 housing and since I travel a lot, want to keep the port smallish - I have a suggestion of a Zen 170 mm "mini dome" with a Nauticam 50 mm extension ring - comments, experience, advice? I do shoot big and close as often as I can: humpbacks, whale sharks, dolphins, giant mantas and up coming great white shoot - thanks very, very much in advance!