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For Sale - Used Sea & Sea MDX-D7000 Housing & Fish Eye Dome Port

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Sea & Sea MDX-D7000 Housing w/ Fisheye Dome - Hardly Used

(Ultra Light Ball Socket not included)

This Sea & Sea MX-D7000 housing (for the Nikon DSLR D7000) has been in the water less than a dozen times and is in mint condition with very minor cosmetic wear. Manual, spare housing o-ring and tools included.


The Fisheye dome is acrylic and has been recently polished to near perfection and can be sold separate from housing.


I have been using Sea & Sea gear on a professional level for more than 8 years and am very happy with the performance of their equipment.


More info for the Nikon D7000 here: http://shop.nikonusa.com/store/nikonusa/en_US/pd/productID.226487200


•Asking $2400 for housing body (Retails $3000 New)


•Asking $250 for fisheye dome port (Retails $500 New)


Shipping and insurance will be additional fee depending on where item(s) are shipping to.


Please contact:


Mike@evolutionunderwater.com of www.evolutionunderwater.com for more information.


More housing info:

•Housing is precision CNC machined from solid block aluminum.

•Ergonomically designed for ease of use and for total control of D7000 functions underwater.

•Protected by a highly corrosion resistant anodized (black) coating.

•A/R (anti-reflective) coated LCD rear display window accepts VF-45 prism viewfinder.

•SEA&SEA Port lock system prevents an attached port from loosening while in use.

•Two fiber optic cable sockets

•One sync cord connector (optional)

•Dual locking latches to prevent accidental release of housing back.

•Built-in Leak sensor alerts user if moisture or water-intrusion is detected.

•Construction: Body: Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy (machined)/anodized body, grip:
corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy (die-cast)

•Depth rating: 330ft/100m





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Dome port has been sold. Housing still for sale.


Contact Mike@evolutionunderwater.com if interested.

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