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Nauticam NA-RXII housing with Sony RX100II camera, plus accessories

 

Everything is in Excellent condition - original boxes and packaging, manuals and multiple accessories

US$650

 

Dropbox link for photos > https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tbz0tu6y4dgc9m0/AAD_mFQFR8ygxJEUPjOmddhQa?dl=0

 

Package Includes:

· Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100M2 camera

· Sony battery + charger kit (ACC-TRBX) – New, Never Used

· Sony Cyber-shot jacket case (LCJ-RXC)

· Nauticam NA-RXII housing

· Nauticam Flexitray II with left handle (71207) with 2pcs ¼” screws

· Nauticam – Adjustable right handle II (71208)

· Nauticam 67mm lens holder for fastening on arms (25511)

· Nauticam standard clamp (72501) x 4

· Nauticam 125mm double ball arm (72203)

· Nauticam light mounting stem for cold shoe (25312)

· Nauticam strobe mounting ball for Flexitray (71311) x 2

· Nauticam M10 strobe mounting ball for housing (25221)

· Nauticam Silicone o-ring set for NA-RX100/RX100II housing

· Nauticam original manual, tools and packaging

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I have a RX100-V I noticed that Nauticam has a few housings for this line. I dont think the camera form has changed from RX-100 to RX-100V. Do you know if a mark 5 fits this? Fantaseas housing filts all models 1-5.

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Unfortunately that doesn't work with the Nauticam line. The NA RXII housing will not fit the Sony RX100V

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Unfortunately that doesn't work with the Nauticam line. The NA RXII housing will not fit the Sony RX100V

Damn, because this is a great deal.

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Can you shoot this camera in manual mode and if so is it still for sale ?

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I noticed that this camera has a hot shoe can you connect a flash from the housing using a cord ?

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Yes - this set up is still availabe.

 

Definitely the camera can work in Manual Mode.

I've attached a link to the camera manual that shows all the available settings > https://docs.sony.com/release/DSCRX100M2_guide_EN.pdf

 

External flash can be linked to the housing using a fiber optic cable.

Here's the link to the Nauticam housing manual that shows the various set ups for linking an external strobe > https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1163703/Nauticam-Na-Rx100.html?page=1#manual

Edited by SharkConnor

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I have another question and I have asked Nauticam but have not head back from them so I will ask you.

I already Own the WWL-1 lens, will this lens work good on your housing and camera ?

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I'm looking to buy for my wife as a first camera and would like to see a couple pictures.

Any change you could post a few pictures or a link some where . I'm mainly interested in wide angle pictures if you could.

Thank you

Edited by Marc Furth

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I haven't shot with this camera in the last few years (stored in the original boxes) so I don't have any recent photos in my files, though I was in Cayman last week with a friend using the RX100iii and he said he absolutely loves it in manual mode (he uses a Sea & Sea housing). There have only been minor updates made between the various Sony RX100 models.

 

 

 

Both of these links should give you a whole lot of information about the camera itself.

If you are looking mostly for wide angle you definitely want to use either the UWL-H100 lens or the WWL-100 that you already said you have.

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I'm still interested but would like to see some of the pictures you have taken with this set up. You say you haven't used it in a couple of years but I don't care if the pictures are old. Please post a couple of images using wide angle. Thank you

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