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Canon HJ14x4.3 IRSE

Canon B4 Wide Angle 2/3" 14xZoom

Price: £6,500.00
Location: AUSTRALIA
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 04/01/2018
Item ID: 186657
 

Canon B4 Wide Angle 2/3" 14xZoom

Canon HJ14x4.3 IRSE

I am the second owner of this mint condition HJ14x4.3b IRSE with doubler.

Just not getting enough jobs to justify keeping it, especially as I'm trying to buy a house!

It is optically and mechanically perfect, and the grip and barrel show very little wear & tear. Comes with front & rear caps, clear filter installed in hood.

Happy to ship at buyers' expense - located in Melbourne, Australia 3078
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