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  1. I am selling a Canon WP-DC34 underwater housing with some extra accessories. This housing is made for the Canon Powershot G12 camera. • Please note: camera is NOT included (just the housing) I have not been diving with this housing in quite a while, however I recently checked the housing over, verified the O-ring was in good shape and also did a leak test with it. It had no problems, no leaks. It is in really good shape. Asking price for this system is $65.00 USD + shipping, payment by PayPal Items are located in USA. I will ship to USA addresses. Shipping charges are the responsibility of the buyer (Housing/BigEye package weighs appx. 3.3lbs., dimensions: 14” x 9” x 5.5”) Canon WP-DC34 Underwater Housing for Canon Powershot G12 WW-DC1 Weight Set (4 pack) This is used to add weight to the WP-DC34 to make it less buoyant. It is pretty floaty I can provide directions on how to use these Fantasea BigEye G Series wide-angle (wet) lens for WP-DC34 Fantasea EyeGrabber Lens Caddy for G Series + Hardcopy of instructions for this accessory INON Optical D Cable Type L/Cap W54 Set Clear Photo System Film This is an adaptor set, specifically for the WP-DC34 that will allow you to hook up to 2 external underwater strobes to the housing using fiber optic cables (cables are included. They are plug-less on one end and have an INON type plug on the other end) Note that this works great for triggering strobes but I don't think there is TTL control (auto power adjustment). Honestly, I can't remember for sure, but it is likely that strobe power is controlled manually. There are two parts to this kit. One part, the one I’ve used, is a fiber optic bulkhead attachment assembly. I’ve connected two Sea & Sea YS110a strobes to the housing before and it worked great. The other part is an L Connecter assembly. I’m not sure what exactly this part is used for because I’ve only used the bulkhead, but it is part of the set, nonetheless. Also included are 2 fiber optic cables to hook up to the bulkhead and strobes. I do have the full instruction sheets that came with the set which shows assembly and use of both parts. I can also explain my experience of how to install the bulkhead. Pictures in the link below show this kit and also the housing with the bulkhead and fiber optic cables installed so you have some idea. *I do not have the original hard-copy manuals for the Housing or the BigEye lens, but I can provide pdfs of them on a usb stick, if needed. I have verified the housing is working as it should and does not leak. That being said, it is the buyer’s responsibility to know how to properly set up and maintain the housing. I recommend that if you buy this equipment, the first thing you do is perform a leak test on the empty housing to assure yourself that everything works as expected. I will not accept responsibility for damage to a camera due to a flooded housing! There are too many variables associated with how a person may use the equipment that I have no control over. I was only able to attach a couple of pictures to the listing. You can find more pictures at this link: Canon WP-DC34 UW Housing kit pictures
  2. I am selling a Canon Powershot G12 package that includes both the G12 camera and a Canon WP-DC34 underwater housing. This is a great little package to take underwater photos and is particularly suited for someone wanting to get started. For its size, the G12 takes very good pictures. It is also unique in that it is a compact camera that has the capability to shoot RAW and also in Manual mode, making it a very versatile little system. I have not been diving with this housing in quite a while – I have been using the camera on land mostly. I recently checked the housing over, verified the O-ring was in good shape and also did a leak test with it. It had no problems, no leaks. It is in really good shape. The camera is in overall great condition with a few nicks and scuffs from normal use, however, full disclosure, the G12 periodically freezes. This has not happened often but, every once in a while, it does this. The solution has been to turn it off and back on and that cures it. For me, it is just an occasional inconvenience, but it is something you should be aware of and consider in deciding whether to buy it. It still takes great pictures for its age and form factor and, aside from this, the camera works just fine. Although I’d like to sell this as an all-inclusive package with both the camera and the housing, because of the G12 quirk mentioned above, I’m willing to sell just the housing and housing accessories (no camera), if you prefer (for instance, if you already have a G12). For the FULL package including the G12, housing , BigEye lens and accessories, I am asking $270.00 + shipping, For the just the Housing alone (including the BigEye lens and lens caddy - no G12), I’m asking $190.00 + shipping Payment by Paypal Items are located in USA. I will ship to USA addresses. Shipping charges are the responsibility of the buyer (G12 package weighs appx. 2.3 lbs., dimensions: 8 1/4” x 6” x 5.5”. Housing/BigEye package weighs appx. 3.3lbs., dimensions: 14” x 9” x 5.5”. NOTE: If you purchase the whole system, I can either ship in these two packages or combine them into one package if you want. Shipping would be about the same in either case, I think.) I could only include a couple of pictures of the package in the post due to an image size limitation. Here is a link to all of the pictures: https://jcgoldingphotography.smugmug.com/DivingandTravel/Canon-G12-Camera-with-UW-Housing/n-v6gQfx Camera: Canon Powershot G12 Shutter/Actuation count: 12,451 for most Canon cameras, the shutter/actuation count lifetime is about 100,000 Camera Strap OEM Battery Charger 3 batteries OEM AV cable OEM Transfer cable Case for Canon Powershot G12 (not pictured) *I do not have the original hard-copy manuals for this camera or lens, but I can provide links to download pdfs of them or even include my pdf copies on a usb stick if you prefer. Housing: Canon WP-DC34 Underwater Housing for Canon Powershot G12 WW-DC1 Weight Set (4 pack) This is used to add weight to the WP-DC34 to make it less buoyant. The housing is pretty floaty unless you have it on a tray setup with strobe arm(s). That kind of setup would add weight. I can provide directions on how to use these Fantasea BigEye G Series wide-angle (wet) lens for WP-DC34 Fantasea EyeGrabber Lens Caddy for G Series + Hardcopy of instructions for this accessory *I do not have the original hard-copy manuals for the Housing or the BigEye lens, but I can provide pdfs of them on a usb stick. Please Note: I have verified the housing is working as it should and does not leak. That being said, it is the buyer’s responsibility to know how to properly set up and maintain the housing. I recommend that if you buy this equipment, the first thing you do is perform a leak test on the empty housing to assure yourself that everything works as expected. I will not accept responsibility for damage to a camera due to a flooded housing! I just can’t - there are too many variables associated with how a person may use the equipment that I have no control over.
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