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Underwater housing for Arri Alexa Mini
Amund Lie posted a topic in Cine MarketplaceFor sale: Nauticam N200 Underwater Housing for ARRI ALEXA Mini Camera - Design by Hydroflex Condition: LIKE NEW/MINT. Has only been used briefly once in a swimming pool, some items are unused and unwrapped. The housing has no wear marks and is pretty much in the same condition as when it left the factory. Purchased in June 2016 - under warranty from Nauticam. Accessories: - Optical glass dome port: Used once, in same condition as the housing. Unblemished glass - Flat port: Never used; plastic film still on front of glass - Arri WCU-4 remote control cable: Never used, still on spool - HD-SDI monitor cable: Never used, still on spool - NA-058 underwater housing for TVLogic VFM-058W: Never used, plastic film still on glass (Note: This item can be sold separately, but only after housing is sold). Other items not sold separately. This is a complete fully operational underwater housing setup for the Alexa Mini in mint condition - available now. Lead time for a new system from Nauticam factory is minimum 3 - 4 weeks. This kit can be shipped on very short notice. Reason for selling: Production cancelled Asking price: USD 21.500,- Original list price breakdown: - Nauticam Alexa Mini housing w. glass dome $19.000 - Arri cforce mini Motor Mounting Brackets $850 - 45m HD-SDI Surface Video Cable $475 - HD-SDI Bulkhead $105 - LCS Surface Cable for Alexa Mini Housing $1.315 - NA-058 Housing for TVLogic VFM-058 $2.200 - N200 Flat Port A212133 $1.550 Sum list price $25.495,00 More images: https://www.jottacloud.com/p/amundlie/05414328f0c14976a2af944f38513131 General info about housing: https://nauticam.squarespace.com/products/nauticam-alexa-mini-product-no-16133 http://www.backscatter.com/sku/na-16133.lasso
Breaking into the 'Underwater Camera World'
Carter Coulombe posted a topic in General DiscussionHey guys, I am very interested in entering the world of underwater camera work. I did the whole film school thing and have been working as a camera assistant in LA for 3 years now. I am SCUBA certified and I love the ocean, I actually grew up in Hawaii so I really feel more comfortable in the water than out of it! I have been trying to find a way into the underwater industry for a few months ever since I worked on a shoot that had its own underwater unit. So fascinating! I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice on where to start? I am planning on going into Hydroflex this weekend to chat with some people there. I have also been contemplating selling my 7D and buying a 5D with an underwater housing...thoughts? Do 5D housings get rented very often? I figure a good way to get hired might be to own some equipment? I also don't have any marketable underwater footage of my own, and I would like to put a reel together to help gain exposure. Any help would be great. Thanks!