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NIKON LENSES + SUBAL GEAR FOR SALE


I’m having a clear out of some of my camera gear, so letting it go to a good home!


Items for sale:

  • AF Nikkor ED 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 D – Excellent condition, including lens caps and hood £250 (£400 new)
  • Subal EXR-40/3 Extension Ring for 18-35mm – Excellent condition £75 (£125 new)
  • Subal Zoom Gear for 18-35mm – Excellent condition £75 (£125 new)
  • Tokina AT-X Pro 35mm f/2.8 DX – Mint condition £200 (£350 new)
  • Kenko N-AF 1.5x Teleplus MC – Excellent condition £50 (£109 new)
  • B&W NL-4 77mm +4 Dioptre – Mint Condition £40 (£95 new)
  • Jessops Circular Polariser 62mm filter – Excellent condition £10 (£30 new)
  • Jessops Circular Polariser 62mm filter – Excellent condition £10 (£30 new)
Items currently located in Thailand, which can be posted Worldwide at buyer’s expense at very reasonable rates. Can also bring back to the UK in three weeks time and post from there to save on shipping costs.


Email [email protected] or PM for further info/offers.
 

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Adding a Kenko N-AF 2x Teleplus MC7 to the items for sale. Nikon fit 2 x TC. Retails in the UK for £140 (Kenko 2x AF MC7 DGX Teleconverter Canon Fitting - Best Price at Bristol Cameras), so grab a bargain at £70. PM for further details or if you want to see some photos of the item. Excellent condition with clean glass, and like a lot of my camera gear, has been sitting in my Dry Cabernet not doing a lot lately, hence reason for sale.
 

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It's very humid over hear so causes mould to grow inside of lenses if they are not kept in a Dry Cabernet. But guess it could deal with a few bottles of wine too!
 

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Dry Cabernet.
Nope, the pun is in the word Cabernet, as in Cabernet Sauvignon, when you meant to say "Cabinet". Actually that word itself (in German wine terminology "Kabinett") has roughly the meaning of "Special Bin" in English wine terminology.

I very rarely correct spellings (there are some real doozies out there in SCUBA terms, such as anything to do with buoy, buoyancy or buoyant) but this one was just too good to pass up. :)
 
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