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COMPLETED - SOLD****BARGAIN NEW PRICE*ASTRODON Tru-Balance RGB Gen2 E-series filter, 36mm, unmounted

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Selling my LRGB filters 36mm unmounted , because I decided to use only my Narrowband and to invest in something else that I want.

The filters are placed inside my Atik EFW2 at the moment but I can send photos if someone is really interested , so I don't loose my cc'd setup position.

Are in excellent condition ,sold in their original boxes.

The filters are well known so not much words need to say.

Some info you can find here at Astrodons site:


The retail price is about £800 if I am not mistaken I will sell it for £500..............£375

Other offers can be accepted within reasonable price 😀

Payment via PAYPAL is accepted, buyer pays the fees.

I post them from Athens Greece in A class shipment secured.

I will pay the postage expenses.

Thank you,



Edited by Nikolas74

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The LUMINANCE is now SOLD , the RGB still for sale so to be fair i am reducing the price to £375.

Thank you.

Edited by Nikolas74
correction on price

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