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Canon J20 X 8 B IRS

Canon J20 X 8 B IRS

Price: $1,700.00
Location: India
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 12/11/2021
Item ID: 217726

Canon J20 X 8 B IRS

Canon J20 X 8 B IRS

This Canon J20 X 8 lens with 2x doubler will give you a great 40x total optical range on your EX3, with an ACM21 adaptor.

We have 4 units in stock, in excellent optical condition.

US$1700



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