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COMPLETED - COMPLETED ALL SOLD **PRICE REDUCED**Atik 383l+ Mono £900 .


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As i would like to give it a try with a color camera and therefore need the funds i am selling my Mono camera setup.

All come in original boxes in excellent working condition, filters have been in the filter wheel since i bought them.

Atik 383l+ Mono boxed with all extras £900
Astrodon Ha 3nm 36mm boxed £620 SOLD
Astrodon Oiii 3nm 36mm boxed £620 SOLD
Astrodon Lum 36mm boxed £180 SOLD

I will be happy to send any photos to someone who is interested.

Payment via Paypal in Uk Pounds or Euros (buyer will pays the fees if any)

Safe and Secured shipping with tracking number. Postage expenses by me.

Many thanks
NikolasP.

 

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