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FS: Olympus EPL-7 with PT-EP12 underwater housing and accessories

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Hi there,



In order to upgrade my underwater photography rig (Nauticam and Fujifilm XT-2), I need to sell parts of my current setup. I'm selling a fully equipped and working configuration built around the Olympus EPL-7 camera.



I bought it in Kuala Lumpur in November 2016 at Divers Den, a shop specialized in underwater photography. I will provide all the receipts. The housing has been always very carefully maintained, never been flooded and without scratch. I have dived with it 80 times or so.



The package contains the following elements:


  • Olympus EPL-7 Silver Camera Body (4846 clicks)
  • Olympus M.Zuiko ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ
  • Olympus Genuine Battery Charger + 2nd Battery BLS-50
  • Olympus Underwater Housing (PT-EP12) + Olympus Lubricant
  • Olympus Anti-Reflection Ring for 14-42mm EZ (POSR-EP07)
  • Deepshots 3D Printed Zoom Gear for 14-42mm EZ

Total price for this package: 1000 EUR



For your information, I'm also selling the Olympus Wide Angle Converter (PTWC-01) that fits the housing and converts the field of view to 100 degrees underwater. I also have some spare parts from ULCS (Ultra-Light Control System) for sale, mainly 5 inches ball arms.



This underwater photography gear is visible in Paris area (Boulogne-Billancourt) and I can ship it to buyer's costs.



Cheers,



Guillaume


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Bump, I can give a discount if someone would be taking this package + PTWC-01 (Wide Angle Wet Lens) ;-)

 

Cheers,

 

G.

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I'm lowering the price to 900 EUR ;-)

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Bump, still available ;-)

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Hi Thomsop,

 

It works indeed for this lens (14-42mm EZ) in the PT-EP12 housing. You can then use the zoom directly on the left knob instead having to use the pad at the back to activate the electronic zoom.

 

Cheers,

 

G.

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