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COMPLETED - Optolong full frame CLS & Ha filters

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Both little used, 'as new' condition, selling due to change of camera.

Price incl. shipment: Ha: £99; CLS: £49

These are compatible with Canon 5D / 6D, etc, here are the links for details on these filters:







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