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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #196009

For Sale: LAST TIME - Final Price Reduction - Astrophotography stuff

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Final price reduction. If doesn't sell, I'll just hold onto it. Selling as a set only.

This setup includes many items you will need if you want to get started in astrophotography:

Nikon F2 fully manual camera with "K" screen
Camera Body Only with cap - no prism, no lenses
Cable Release
Brand new cable release adapter (new $4.95)
BNIB T-Mount Adapter for Nikon (new $19.95)
BNIB Peak 22mm Loupe (new $24.85)
Mead Variable tele-extender (new $45.00)
BNIB Parks 12.5mm Ortho Illuminated Reticle (ocular only) new ($79.95)
Orion T-adaptor
Cable Release
1 roll Kodak 24 exp. 400 speed Elite Chrome Film
Aluminum carry case
Camera Strap
"Astrophotography for the Amateur" by Michael Covington - 1st ed.

F2 was serviced (including cleaning, lube and new mirror foam, etc..)by Nikon last summer for $100.00! (serial number 7814832). All body functions work perfectly. Cosmetically there is there average signs of usage with a little edge wear and some paint flaking and one little nick on the back door and NO DENTS OR DINGS, so overall it is still looks pretty decent

All for $300 including shipping CONUS

Thanks for looking

Clear Skies

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