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  • SEACAM FAQ - SEACAM USA
    Price List Rentals Tech Notes Preowned Dealers Travel Contact All Background Info Products Services Housings Viewfinders Ports Strobes Accessories Tech Notes Rentals Travel SEACAM Shooters Stephen Frink Photographic 100750 Overseas Highway PO Box 372720 mail only Key Largo Florida 33037

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  • SEACAM | Prices | SEACAM USA
    D3S D3 D3X D800 D700 D300s Prelude D7000 Canon Price List EOS 1DX EOS 1D MK IV EOS 1D 1DS MKIII EOS 5D MKIII Prelude 60D Specialty Items Price List Remote Control Polecam E Eye Seapod and more Pricing and availability for Seacam Silver housings for any other model of Nikon or Canon digital SLR cameras furnished upon request Please contact us for pricing regarding upgrade of MK III HOUSING

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  • SEACAM | Rentals | SEACAM USA
    III or 1D MK IV viewfinder and one port 350 SEACAM housing for Canon 1DS MK III or 1D MK IV viewfinder and one port 1800 00 weekly SEACAM housing for Canon 1DS MK III or 1D MK IV each day in transit 197 5 SEACAM housing for Canon 5D Mk III viewfinder and one port 350 SEACAM housing for Canon 5D Mk III viewfinder and one port 1800 00

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  • SEACAM | Tech Notes | SEACAM USA
    tests Canon 14mm II Pool tests for corners sharpness with various wide angle zoom lenses includes Nikon 14 24 on D3X SEACAM Wet Diopter 2 Stephen tests Tokina 10 17mm fisheye zoom Canon 16 35mm II Lens Test Lens Testing for Underwater Use SEACAM Wet Two Diopter Canon 17 40mm reflections in dome port Other Reference The superiority of the S6 connector A Seacam Tool for Freediving Seacam Polecam Instructions

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  • SEACAM | Preowned | SEACAM USA
    housing or video you find you no longer use your gear and would like to turn it into cash Frink Photo is the place for you This is the current list of preowned equipment for sale updated April 18 2014 PRICE DESCRIPTION INCLUDED SLR Cameras Housings and accessories 400 Nikon D2X camera body includes 1 battery s n 5004290 800 Nikon AF 14mm f 2 8D ED lens s n 201079 100 Seacam focus gear Seacam focus gear for Nikon AF 14mm f 2 8 D ED lens 100 Seacam focus gear Seacam focus gear for Nikon AF fisheye 16mm f 2 8 D lens 125 for the set Seacam shift and focus gears Seacam shift and focus gears for micro nikor 60m f 2 8 D lens 125 for the set Seacam shift and focus gears Seacam shift and focus gears for micro nikor 105mm f 2 8 D lens 500 AF S Nikkor 17 55mm f 2 8G ED DX s n 209374 zoom is not as smooth as it could be 100 Seacam zoom gear for this lens 400 AF S Nikkor 18 200mm f 3 5 5 6 G ED VR DX s n 2787136 425

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  • SEACAM | Dealers | SEACAM USA
    Preowned Dealers Travel Contact Dealers SEACAM is distributed throughout North and South America by Stephen Frink Photographic Inc www stephenfrink com Additional authorized dealers Optical Ocean Sales www opticaloceansales com Stephen Frink Photographic 100750 Overseas Highway PO Box 372720 mail

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  • SEACAM | Contact | SEACAM USA
    Rentals Tech Notes Preowned Dealers Travel Contact Contact Stephen Frink Photographic 100750 Overseas Highway PO Box 372720 mail only Key Largo Florida 33037 800 451 3737 305 451 3737 Please do not hesitate to contact SEACAM USA for more information Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message Please enter the above characters in the box Stephen Frink Photographic 100750 Overseas Highway PO Box 372720 mail only Key Largo

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  • SEACAM FAQ - SEACAM USA
    a significant innovation with SEACAM housings and many buy the systems specifically for this advantage The S45 is my choice for over unders since it allows me to shoot without actually putting my head underwater or wearing a dive mask However it was actually designed for macro shooters who wanted to work close to the bottom without craning their necks all the time Some very skilled shooters prefer the S45 as their primary viewfinder while I use it more as a specialty tool Clearly it is a personal preference but in either case the bright enlarged view is an incredible advantage over any other housing viewing system All viewfinders are equipped with double O rings and are held in place by a delrin split ring No tools are required for installation Simply slip the retaining ring off from inside the housing and push out to remove The S45 and S180 viewfinders come with a small spring loaded bearing that fits in an indent on the housing This in turn engages one of four indents on the viewfinder to give confirmation of the 90 180 270 360 degree position This is for convenience only and is not a necessary part of the viewfinder Actually I misplaced the spring on my N90S housing and used it for several years without bothering to replace it The spring is for the S45 S180 is not to be used with the pro viewfinder You should fine tune the S45 or S180 for your personal vision To do so mount the S45 or S180 on the housing and pick a lens that will demonstrate fine focus like a 60 or 105mm macro lens You could use a wide angle but small deviance in precise focus may not show up as easily Focus the lens manually or AF on a stationary subject like a soda can Obviously the housing has to be stationary as well Now remove the black knurled end cap on the viewfinder by turning counterclockwise You ll see this is a threaded delrin piece with an O ring seal Inside you ll see the viewfinder optic which you can adjust by gripping the black aluminum bezel around the glass and turning right or left If you run it all the way through the range you ll achieve a 3 to 3 diopter correction Make sure it is exactly focused for you but remember to hold your eye far enough away from the glass to simulate wearing a facemask Screw the end cap back on and you re ready to shoot By the way you ll notice that the glass viewfinder wobbles inside once the end cap is off This is normal When you put the end cap back in place it will be held firmly in position Note on S45 for over unders The S45 is terrific for over unders because it allows you to keep your head above the water and you won t even need a facemask I ve used this while laying on my belly on the swim platform to shoot white sharks in South Africa while kneeling on the shallow sand for photographing stingrays at Grand Cayman s Sandbar and for shooting fashion over unders for the Victoria s Secret swimwear catalog It is a very productive weapon in your creative arsenal especially when used in conjunction with the 9 Superdome As an aside the Superdome spreads any surface chop over a wider area thereby making over unders possible in rougher seas than is possible with a 6 or 8 dome from other manufacturers Also water sheets off glass quicker than Plexiglas so those annoying water droplets on the topside portion of the frame are less likely to appear Note on S45 for fish photography Warning The first few times you try the S45 for moving fish you probably won t like it Your instincts of aiming will need to be relearned You will have spent years shooting through a SLR with what is essentially a straight on viewing system The eyepiece might be a few millimeters above the lens but you are essentially looking through the camera with your eye and your subject on the same plane With the S45 you need to bend your head forward slightly and look into the viewfinder If you keep your head upright and bring the viewfinder to your eye you ll probably instinctively aim above your subject In my experience it will take three or four dives for this to feel right With greater familiarity the S45 will become instinctive as well and you ll come to appreciate the magnified field of view and precise focus Preferences S45 In my opinion the S45 is perfect for macro fish photography wide angle reef scenics and over unders I don t like it for open water pelagic work as it is not as instantly intuitive as the Pro or S180 viewfinders S180 All purpose viewfinder Great field of vision nicely magnified If you loved your Action Finder on your Nikon F3 F4 F5 you ll love the S180 Pro The Pro viewfinder has the advantages of ergonomic streamlining and economy For shooters with good vision or a corrected facemask this may be all you need Both the S45 and S180 will add weight and bulk to the SEACAM housing package There is a lot of glass to make the magnified optics accurate and no substantial air pocket inside to provide buoyancy This might be a small concern when shooting in the open sea or breath hold diving with spotted dolphins or humpbacks for example The S45 and S180 can also obscure a bit of the LCD screen with digital cameras where the LCD is directly adjacent to the viewfinder So far the Nikon D100 is the only camera where I ve seen that to be a problem and in this case about the top 20 of the LCD screen is blocked Here are examples of the Pro and S180 viewfinders mounted on a D100

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