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paulobao

COMPLETED - Takahashi TKA31580S Reducer/Flattener

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Hello all,

I'm selling the original Takahashi TKA31580S Reducer/Flattener for TSA 102/TSA120/FS102/28/TOA130/150.
Condition: Pristine, as NEW (and it was never cleaned, just blown)
Reason to sell: I don't make astrophotography anymore!

You can visit my ASTROBIN page (https://www.astrobin.com/users/paulobao/)

or find me here .

 

Price: 350 Euro.



 

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Hi Paulo

That's exactly what I'm looking for my TSA-102. If still available, please contact me by e-mail, 

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Do you have the camera rotator (TKA23200) too?

Best regards, Silvio

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