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SONY NP-FD1

Rechargeable Battery Pack

Price: €15.00
Location: Italy
Condition: New
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Date Expires: 12/09/2018
Item ID: 177604

Rechargeable Battery Pack

SONY NP-FD1

NEW, in stock ready for delivery - 2 pcs. available

For the DSC-T2, DSC-T70, and DSC-T200 Cameras


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