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slowry88   Walnut Creek, US  Registered since 06th May 2004 Sat 17-Nov-12 08:53 PM
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"SPL Water Housing for D70"

I have a water housing for my D70 that I would like to sell.

SPL Waterhousing for D70 camera plus three ports. This waterhousing was specifically designed for surf photography (see for more info and photos) but works well photographing kids, waves, snorkeling, etc. It is waterproof to around 10 feet or so and is all you need to start photographing in the water. The camera or lenses are NOT included.

I have owned this housing for about six years and it has served me well and produced some great shots. The housing includes a wide angle (or fisheye) port and a telephoto port. I am also including a second wide angle port that has some scratches.

Unlike many of the dive housings out there, you do not need to buy a custom port for each lens that you own (a huge plus for this rig). The wide angle ports can be used with a Nikon 10.5 fisheye (or equivilent) and also works great for other primes like the Nikon 20mm, 28mm or 50mm standard lenses. The telephoto port was designed for the Nikon 105 (which I do not own), but this port works well with an 85mm or equivalent lens.

$510 shipped. Want to give Nikonians a shot at it before I put it up for auction. The newer models go for $1500 and include only one port. Ports can be a few hundred bucks each, so I think this price is fair, but I'll entertain offers & feedback. I live in the East Bay, CA.

- Scott

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