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Simon Dunsmore

Panaview 32 or 38mm eyepiece

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Hi, 

I'm looking for a Panaview wide angle eye piece. 32 or 38mm. Willing to pay up to £50 or would consider swapping Canon 1000d.

Thanks 

Simon 

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Hi

Just come across your ad, Having a big sort out,  I've got a Panaview 38, Like new in its box, I think it got used for one night.

Nice EP, but about the same size as a tin of beans. Too big to for my case.

cheers

Steve

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Hi, Sorry, only just saw this. I actually purchased the 32mm, but just out of interest, how much do you want for it? 

Cheers 

Simon 

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