I’ve moved over to a micro four thirds system so I’m selling all my Nikon & Subal Gear. This is all my own personal gear so once it’s gone – its gone. Please let me know if you’re interested in any of the following and feel free to share this post with your friends who might be interested (especially if they can get to London, UK because then we’ll all save on P&P)! I’ll keep this page up to date as & when things get sold.
- Tokina 11-16mm: Nikon mount (boxed with instructions & lens hood) £200
– Nikon 18-200mm VR (boxed with instructions & lens hood) £300
– Nikon 80-400mm VR (boxed with instructions, carry case & lens hood) £500
– Lee filters Starter kit and 72mm ring (these are new, never used, see more info below the photos) £170
– Tripod (Manfrotto 488 ball head, gitzo G2220 legs, both used but in good working order) £150
EDIT: the subal stuff has now gone, there is only this sync cord left for underwater now:
· Sea & Sea Dual sync cord £150
All prices with extra post & packing unless I meet up with you. Everything is in great condition as you can see from the photos below (and I have to thank Mike for taking all these for me)!
I’ve set up the following temporary email for this so please share with anyone you’ll think who’ll be interested. email@example.com or you can contact me here.
Nikon & Tokina lenses, Lee Filters (click image to see larger):
Underwater gear (click image to see larger):
More info on the Lee Filters and what that includes:
the starter kit is this:
and includes everything listed on that site so filterwise that’s: 0.6 Neutral Density Hard Grad & 0.6 ProGlass ND Standard. it includes the holder but not the bit that adapts to the lens so I have one of those adaptors for a 72mm lens lens. eg these: http://www.leefilters.com/index.php/camera-directory/camera-dir-list/category/wideangle-rings.
Its all basically brand new. I fitted the holder together and tried the grad out for a test. Never used the rest because we didnt end up going on the above water land based trip I was planning to use it all on and theres not much call for this sort of set up underwater.