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Old 25th March 2021, 09:26 AM
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Default Famous ILFORD SEI Photometer

Offered the famous Ilford Ltd SEI Photometer with instructions. Need a scientific Brain to work it ! There is a small electrical Bulb-- missing Cheap for Clearance need funds to pay for Lens repairs. One on E-bay asking 200 !!

15 + Postage 3-10 if you cannot collect from BRENTWOOD Essex CASH notes, CHEQUE or PAYPAL accepted
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Hi Pete, I am interested, I will send a private message.
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SOLD -- Many Thanks - funds got to Camera / Lens repair costs !
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Hi Pete-
You've got me (and perhaps others) curious. What are you having repaired?
Something exotic?
Cheers!
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Hi Pete-
You've got me (and perhaps others) curious. What are you having repaired?
Something exotic?
Cheers!
I have Asahi Pentax LX with the focal plane shutter stuck half open across also an MX with worn out flash synch and also shutter probs
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Both very interesting cameras Pete. Many years ago a friend in our camera club used an MX. It was such a precise, solid camera it was hard to see just how they had made it so compact.
Never handled an LX, but it always seemed to me that it had a great specification but was overshadowed by its Nikon and Canon rivals.
Hope you get them both back into action.
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