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kev100

EOS camera adaptor and T-ring

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Hiya, a fews odds and ends that I never use:

Revelation Astro 2.5x barlow (caps, but no box). Hardly every used: £25 posted (£34 new from Telescope house). – NOW SOLD.

Revelation Astro 32mm ep. This was my favourite EP when I had a 5in reflector, doesn't get any use now. Perfect condition (caps, but no box): £20 posted (£28 from Telescope house) - NOW SOLD.

Canon EOS camera adaptor and T-ring: £15 posted (UK) = NOW SOLD

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