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Nikolas74

COMPLETED - SOLD - Starlight Xpress Trius Pro 674C

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Recently i bought this brand new camera from David Hardie when he was doing a big sell out of some really nice items in excellent offers !!!

Unfortunately the camera although brand new doesn't serve my purposes so I decided to sell it at exactly the same price which I bought it from David , it was a really special offer ūü§™

The camera new costs ¬£1685 and I will sell it for ¬£750 to be fair....ūü§™ūü§™ūü§™ūü§™

Camera comes with all its extras and case in absolutely brand new condition....!!!!

Info from FLO site :

https://www.firstlightoptics.com/starlight-xpress-cameras/starlight-xpress-trius-pro-674c-colour-ccd-camera.html

Postage expenses are on me, secured package.

Paypal accepted ,just buyer pays the fees.

If payment is in EURO we will just calculate the daily exchange rate at Xe.com.

Many thanks !

Nikolas.

 

 

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Still for sale ....the camera is in the box already !!!

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