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hayju01

COMPLETED - Astro Cameras for sale - SOLD

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Hi,

having a sort out before the new season and got my eye on some new kit so need to offload some unused items.

I have

QHY8Pro - Sold

Meade DSI II - Sold

IS DFK 21au618.as colour - removed 

IS DFK 41au02.as colour - removed 

 I’m open to sensible offers ?

Cheers,

Justin

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I have a mint 31mm TV nagla type 5 

I will you trade for the qhy8

Solarboy 

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