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FS: Metabones Nikon G To Micro Four Thirds Speedbooster

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I have decided to sell my Nikon G to Micro Four Thirds Metabones Speedbooster

It is in excellent condition with unmarked optics and comes with the original box.

The model number is : MB_SPNFG-M43-BM1  You can read the exact specs on the Metabones website here

Asking price: £199 (GBP) plus Paypal fees and carriage.

I am based in the UK. I would be happy to talk to a prospective buyer on the phone and will provide my mobile number by PM if neccessary.

Thanks for looking.

Chris

 

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