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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #211786

For Sale: SOLD-Nikon Coolpix 995+MC-EU1+More-Eye Piece Projection-Great Condition-SOLD Thanks Steve

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***** SOLD *****Ready for eyepiece projection astro photography. Makes wonderful digital camera in general. Nikon Coolpix 995 in great shape, 9 or 9+ out of 10 (10/10 would be new, unopened box). This is a 3.34 mega pixel camera. Comes with original box (minus barcode) and all original accessories. Also included in this package are … an extra battery (handy to have two) and a Scopetronix Digi-T for the 995. Digi-T includes 28mm x “T” adapter and two (2) “T” thread eyepiece rings, like new remote cord MC-EU1, and a Lexar 129 MB 4x compact flash card.

Full set of features can be found at:

steves digicams reviews nikon995

Some of the features that are helpful for astro photography are: mechanical shutter and mechanical diaphragm, bulb mode keeps shutter open up to 60 seconds, noise reduction mode, shutter/aperture priority or full manual shooting, manual focus, aspherical lens, not too bulky, and many others.

Asking $450 US. Buyer pays for shipping and insurance. I can accept Paypal, money orders/cashiers checks. Paypal add 2.9% (verified address only).

Good Luck
 

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