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SOLD: ASI 120MC CAMERA

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I am selling my ASI 120MC camera as it is surplus to requirements.

The camera is in very good condition and has hardly been used.

The camera comes in original box with the USB lead and lens.

I am looking at £120 (price includes P&P to UK only).

PayPal only as gift or fees paid.

Please PM me if you have any questions.

Thank you for looking

Pete

 

 

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No interest ... OK ... how about if I reduce the price to a nice round £100 including postage.  This is a brilliant Astro Camera for only a 'ton' ... 

PayPal only as gift or fees paid.

Please PM me if you have any questions.

Thank you for looking

Pete

 

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