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For Sale Panasonic LUMIX LX10 + Nauticam vacuum housing + macro and wide angle lens, strobe + accessories

Discussion in 'Classifieds: Photography' started by Scorp1109, Jun 15, 2021.

  1. Scorp1109

    Scorp1109 Registered

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Seattle
    Hi everyone! I got this entire set up to pursue a dive career and get into underwater photography and it ended up being a bust.
    Barely used (camera, housing, macro lens maybe used for 30 dives)
    Backscatter #1 rated - Panasonic LX 10 w/ 2 batteries - new $500 + battery charger
    Nauticam vacuum housing w/ tray, and duel handles - new $1500 (never leaked/no problems) + carry bag
    Inon Z-330 Strobe - new $650 - new in box + strobe wire/connector + strobe ball mount
    Inon UCL-90 M67 macro lens - new $320
    Aoi UWL-09 wide angle lens - new $700 - used maybe 3-4 dives
    Big blue AL1100RAFO ii - light w/ red option - new $200 + battery charger
    Additional accessories a flip diopter, 4 clamps, buoyancy arm, solid arm, clip from housing to BCD

    Total new = approx $4000 USD
    Again barely used excellent condition Asking $3000 USD
    Please let me know if there are any questions
  2. Pyndle

    Pyndle Contributor

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: US

    I'd be interested in the macro lens and the Z330, would you be willing to sell without the pack?
    Could also be interested in 2 buoyancy arms depending on brand/length/price.

    Do you still have the invoice for the strobe? If yes, is it still under warranty?

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