for sale: SPL Water Housing WITH Canon 5d Mk1 camera + 15mm fisheye lens
custom made SPL Water Housing WITH Canon 5d Mk1 camera + 15mm fisheye lens
manual shutter release
aperture/ shutter wheels
drive/ iso button/ metering mode button
play arrow button/ *rear focus button
top & rear lcd screen windows
Housing Ports for:
15mm fisheye port (with neoprene cover)
16-35mm port with full zoom gearing controls (with neoprene cover)
gland attachment for sync cable
custom made 50ft sync cable
hot shoe connector to replace pc connector
flash attachment for Canon 580ex with ettl cord
detachable side grip
detachable pistol grip w/shutter release
spare gear for 16-35mm lens
The Camera equipment:
Canon 5D Mk1 camera body (+ pistol grip, 4x batteries, strap) in A condition
Canon fisheye EF lens 15mm f:2.8 in A+ condition
Orange waterproof travel case (23.5” x 18.5” x 12”)
The original cost of this kit is $8000+.
Your price is $3600!
This kit is in great condition, has been very well looked after, and has never had any leaks, and has been washed after each use.
The fisheye port is immaculate; the 16-35mm port has minor scratches but is not a problem for image quality.
I removed the eyepiece as I was mainly shooting underwater and found it easier when wearing a mask. I still have the eyepiece.
The housing is constructed out of ultra light weight aluminum. Sheared, formed on a sheet metal press brake then welded solid by a certified welder. All aluminum is hard anodized to protect against salt water corrosion. The housing is then painted with industrial powder coat paint.
The custom made 50ft sync cable makes this camera perfect for shooting underwater in swimming pools or tanks, and lets you use additional flash lighting outside the water without the worry of being connected directly.
Just add a flash wizard or any other remote sync to trigger the flash.
Depth Rating 15-20ft
Weight 2.75 lbs with fisheye port and pistol grip.
**This sale is for the kit listed above- it does not include the light meter, 580ex flash or 16-35mm lens seen in pic 1