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IB/E Optics HDx35 Adapter

B4/PL Optical Adapter for Super-35 in good condition without scratches on lenses

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Date Expires: 18/02/2020
Item ID: 211759
 

B4/PL Optical Adapter for Super-35 in good condition without scratches on lenses

IB/E Optics HDx35 Adapter

Adapter to use B4-Mount Lenses on PL-Mount Cameras
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