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COMPLETED - Canon 450D modified for astrophotography.

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For sale 450D camera modified for astronomy, the IR filter has been removed to allow the important red emission nebula to come through.
This camera has a low shutter count of 3977, in very good condition, comes with 1 battery/charger, USB connecting lead to computer and manual, I don't have the original box, but will pack, very well. The price is £165 and includes special delivery. This is for the camera body, no lens. Any questions please email me any questions........

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Do you still have the camera? My email`s-<email address removed>. I know that it´s nearly Christmas, but astrophotography`s on my New Year list.....

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