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  1. Hey folks I'm looking into whether I can get made a Subal zoom ring (to use with Type 4 ports) for a Nikkor 8-15mm lens and the Kenko 1.4TC. Although Subal has a zoom ring for the Nikkor 8-15, they do not currently have a zoom ring for the 8-15 + Kenko 1.4TC. However if enough people are interested...... If this would be of interest to you, could you let me know? I understand price would be broadly the same as the current Subal zoom rings although maybe slightly more given the need for extended length. Thanks!
  2. Having switched back to a DX system, I'm now selling the Subal parts for my Nikkor 16-35mm lens So, one Subal zoom ring for the Nikkor 16-35mm, Type 4, 88-toothed. In perfect condition. £65 plus postage And: Subal Type 4 Extension Ring 90 for the Nikkor 16-35 or the Canon 24-70. Again, in perfect condition. £150 plus postage For more info, please PM me
  3. Greetings Wetpixelers! I've sold a few items in recent weeks (many thanks to the buyers) and thought I'd consolidate what remains in one list. Everything is in perfect condition, much loved, well-treated and now surplus to requirements. Shipping would be from Amsterdam or the UK. Happy to take PayPal or bank transfer. Prices are plus shipping and PayPal charge. Subal EXR90: the extension ring for the Nikkor 16-35 or Canon 24-70 : £150 Subal zoom ring: 4ZN834 for the Nikkor 16-35 in a type 4 Subal housing (so the latest 88 tooth version): £65 Subal V2 electronics board - ideal for fibre optic TTL control of Nikon cameras without built-in strobes (D500, D5, D850): £195 Magic filters: 10.5mm gel - £15; 77mm gel - £20 Push-on Wet lens: £10 Nikon MB-D12 battery grip (for Nikon D800): £150 Many thanks!
  4. For sale Nauticam 36144 zoom gear for Olympus 9-18mm. Perfect condition. Will ship anywhere. US$ 100 / EUR 90 /GB£80 all prices incl. shipping.
  5. Hi there, I am facing issues with the way my Nauticam zoom ring attaches onto my Tokina 10-17mm fisheye zoom lens. This is the Nikon mount version, which i use with a D500 inside a Nauticam housing. I know i am not the only one facing those issues and i have read though multiple threads (there, for instance) but they're all 4+ years old so i am writing hoping new solutions are available now. I've followed the manual by removing the rubber ring which was attached to the Tokina lens (then some electronic circuitry becomes visible, whooo scary...) and put the Tokina zoom ring onto it. What happens is that it doesn't fit very snuggily: -when i attach the lens to the camera when opening the housing front port (e.g. when i am swapping lenses) i have to be extremely careful on the positioning otherwise the zoom gear starts popping off. -same when i am just opening the housing back to change camera battery: at the time i slide the camera out/in it's very diffcult to avoid the zoom gear being disengaged. -worst of all: while i am shooting the zoom gear may just disengage on its own and then i am stuck with a given focal till i open the housing. This happened 4-5 times to me in maybe 30 dives. I have used several housing brands with different zoom gear solutions (Ikelite, Hugyfot, Nauticam M4/3 and then Nauticam DSLR), and i had used a different zoom gear for same lens model (not exact same lens though), which was the Hugyfot one which didn't require me to remove the lens' own rubber zoom ring. I feel this was a better design. So my question is: have Nauticam or a third party manufacturer come with zoom gear solution that would fit snuggier on my lens when used in my Nikon D500 Nauticam housing? If not, would anyone have a suggestion to circumvent the issues i am having? regards Nicolas
  6. Having moved to FX lenses - and rapidly building muscle-bulk as a result - I'm selling the remaining DX lens accessories I have: Subal zoom ring for the Nikkor DX 18-70 lens. Listed new in the UK for the mind-boggling price of £113, a perfectly good, second-hand one can be yours for £30/€35 and that includes postage in the EU. Picture below
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