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Computar 2.6mm F1.0 CCTV lens
This high quality ultra fast ultra wide angle CCTV lens is great for use with a highly sensitive CCTV camera for video recording meteors.  These ultra fast lenses were discontinued by Computar several years ago and are now very rare. They originally sold for over $300 each.

Excellent condition. Lenses free from scratches and internal dust. DC auto iris tested and working.

£85 + £8 postage to UK mainland

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Good luck with the sale. It looks like you are selling everything i need for my all sky camera setup :D - money is short this month but id probably buy this next month

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