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Anthony RS

COMPLETED - COMPLETED-Sold-Selling Astronomik Clip-in Filter. Ha 12nm (150$) and CLS-CCD (100$)

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Hello,

I'm selling these 2 filters since I'm getting a mono astro cam. The filters are barely used and in perfect condition, no scratches, no fingerprints, not even dust. They are both amazing filters, probably the best investment I've made. I've attached some images

taken with these filters, using a 100$ celestron newtonian, a 250$ Canon 500D and the infamous AVX. Also attached are images of the filters showing their perfect condition.

Astronomik CLS-CCD Canon Clip in Filter: https://www.astronomik.com/en/filter-gegen-lichtverschmtzung-filters-against-lightpollution-lpr/cls-ccd-filter/clip-filter-eos-mit-astronomik-cls-ccd.html

Original price including VAT is 155 Euros (around USD 182). I got it for around USD230 including VAT, shipping and custom taxes.

Selling for USD 100.

Astronomik Ha 12nm Canon Clip in Filter: https://www.astronomik.com/en/clip-filter/clip-filter-canon-aps-c/clip-filter-eos-mit-astronomik-h-alpha-ccd-12nm.html

Original price including VAT 194 Euros (around USD 228). Got it for around USD 270 including VAT, shipping and custom taxes.

Selling for USD 150

I am willing to ship them on my own expense using LibanPost (from Lebanon). Shipping might take time; if you would like to use some other shipment method please contact me to discuss the price. 

Feel free to buy one or both together.

Let me know if you have any questions. 

You can also contact me on <private email address removed>

Cheers,

Anthony

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1 minute ago, Anthony RS said:

Yes! I thought that expired...

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@Anthony RS-I just wondered if you knew of the eos clip in filter adapter. It’s really cheap and allows you to use these filters as you would a 2 inch filter :)

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