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Selling for my former photo buddy who is seriously ill. He has not dived for about ten years and most of his gear has hardly been used as you will see by the camera actuations. He was also fastidious in looking after his gear.

Strobes

Ikelite DS160 incl internal spotting light, ball mount and diffusers x 2. Boxed and hardly used

Ikelite spare battery pack for above. This is a DS125 pack but they are interchangeable with the DS160 pack

Charger for above

£250

Will throw in if required an Ikelite heavy duty 6” arm with 1.25” ball at each end, ball clamps x 2, shoe mount with ball and extension (4” total length)

 

Ikelite DS51 incl ball mount and diffuser. Hardly used. - £100

Will throw in if required an Ikelite 6” lighter duty arm with 1” ball at both ends, ball clamps x 2, shoe mount with ball for DS51

Housing & ports

Sea&Sea housing MDX-300 for Nikon D300, Nikon D300 body (only 6000 shutter actuations, boxed), 2 handles, leak alarm, port aperture cover, 0.66 magnifying viewfinder, shoe mounts on handles. 3 spare o-rings. Minor abrasions on housing base only. In wonderful condition - £400. Will split.

Sea&Sea NX90 standard flat port 56101 with neoprene cover, spare o-ring. Boxed. Looks new - £125

Sea&Sea NX dome port compact 56601 with neoprene front & back covers, spare o-ring. Boxed. Looks new - £200

Sea&Sea 4cms port extension 56111, spare o-ring. Looks new - £100

Sea&Sea zoom gear 31107 for Nikkor ED 12-24mm f4G(IF) Looks new - £25

Cables

Ikelite to Ikelite sync cord 4103.51. Unused in Ikelite packaging - £30

Ikelite to Nikon 5 pin sync cord 4104.6. Unused in Ikelite packaging - £30

Ikelite to Ikelite double sync cord, 3 blanking caps. Hardly used - £50

Ikelite to Nikon iTTL adapter 4302, 2 blanking caps. For older Nikon cameras. - £25

 

Yorkshire, UK based.Will consider offers.1792547227_WetpixelHousingandbodysmall.thumb.jpg.c248b91cc9dd2d2bdd89559fbd1ca93b.jpg392497520_Wetpixelportssmall.thumb.jpg.99ce0a0c83840a1bc283ed171e8d1224.jpg578353071_Wetpixelstrobessmall.thumb.jpg.3652bad629320cfaacc7bdaf11dccce4.jpg1792547227_WetpixelHousingandbodysmall.thumb.jpg.c248b91cc9dd2d2bdd89559fbd1ca93b.jpg Shipping at buyer’s expense

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Thanks. Cost would be £44 UPS 1/2 day service or £35 DHL 4 day service. Package weight is 4.5kg approx.  All fully tracked. I may have to leave out the D300 box due to the extra weight - would decide this when actually doing the packing. No insurance but will price this if you wish but you may be able to fix this locally.

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Ikelite to Ikelite unused sync cord and Ikelite double sync cord now SOLD

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Ikelite DS160  now SOLD

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Sea&Sea zoom gear 31107 for Nikkor ED 12-24mm f4G(IF), NX Standard macro port and 4cms port extension now all SOLD

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Only items remaining are as follows:

1. Sea & Sea compact dome port. Have noted two tiny dings - and I mean tiny! One near the centre and the other (more of a slight scuff really) about 3.5cms from the perimeter. Will easily polish out if you want to go to that trouble. ** Price therefore reduced to £100**

2. Ikelite iTTL adapter £25

3 Ikelite to Nikon-style brand new sync cord £30

NB I have a 100% record on Ebay in over 200 transactions

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4 hours ago, TonyG said:

Hi, do you still have the NX 56601 at all please?

Yes still avaiable. I was thinking of sticking it on Ebay and have been checking it over again. I find there is a faint scuff mark at the 9 o'clock position about 1 inch from the outer exterior circumference (if that makes sense). Don't know how I missed it before and apologies for that. Am sure it will easily polish out but if it were mine I would not bother because it will never show on photos. Other than that it is immaculate and like new. Price therefore reduced to £175.

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Thanks for getting back to me. In your post of Sept 04:

" 1. Sea & Sea compact dome port. Have noted two tiny dings - and I mean tiny! One near the centre and the other (more of a slight scuff really) about 3.5cms from the perimeter. Will easily polish out if you want to go to that trouble. ** Price therefore reduced to £100** "

Are selling this for £100, if not why has the price increased?

If it has slight scuffs then £100 seems reasonable.

Please confirm price.

Thanks

Tony
 

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Sorry, my fault, Tony. Forgot it had been reduced already. Yes will sell for £100 + postage . I am away from home at the moment and will be back Friday p.m. Will then package it up and let you know the final figure. Have you a preferred shipping option?

Jim

 

 

 

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Hi Jim,

It comes to us all I am afraid, I also have this as well :-), as we become older.

I do a lot of diving around Eyemouth/Abbs, and we probably have some mutual diving-friends, and my early diving days were out with Pete Gibson for 15 years+, and Jack Law, and of course I know Lawson very well. Am now diving regularly with Gary (and Billie... again), from Eyemouth - age has crept up on me, and its the best to go for me, rather than gear-lugging anymore at Abbs.

Also, I've contributed to a number of books, including - like you - Paul Kay's marine fishes.

Thanks re dome-port, that's great news. Let me know the best way to transfer money to you, eBay etc.

 

Here is my flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/tonyjgilbert-images/albums

 

Thanks

 

Tony

 

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Thanks Tony - small world. Jack laws was a regular buddy from the early 60's but gave up diving some years back. Still in good shape though @ age 85. Pete Gibson not so good however. Nice Flickr portfolio - enjoyed a peep at that.

You didn'y provide your preferred postal method.....?

Jim

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Hi Jim,

Apologies, courier is best, Fedex, DPD, Yodel, UPS etc., would be preferable, just standard delivery preferably for next week sometime. Marked as fragile of course. That would be great.

Cheers,

Tony

 

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14 minutes ago, TonyG said:

Macclesfield,

Macclesfield??

It really is a small world. I used to live there. 

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Hi again

Have PM'd you re payment. Strangely your post with your address is there in my email but has not appeared in the Wetpixel thread.

A drinking session with Fiona - that would be a heavy night. Been on a few trips with her. Still in touch - she was a neighbour of ours in Coldingham for many years and used to dive with us often off my boat.. Bob Clay has sadly died but you probably heard that already. Agreed Pete was one amazing skipper and is one of the few locals who actually was really interested in everything to do with the sea in his patch - he could read all the signs from water movement, bird behaviour and such like and know exactly when slack water would start and finish. He was pretty outrageous as you doubtless realise and I could tell you a few good, unprintable but hilarious stories.

Thanks - yes am on iNaturaist - pretty useful for tricky ID's. Am also on Flickr - flickr.com/photos/jim1

Jim

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Sorry, no. Apols - Should have removed it.

 

 

 

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