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[FS] For Sale: RRS B2 Pro clamp | Location: USA | Ships: CONUS

Butlerkid

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What type of listing is this?

For Sale


What are you trying to sell/buy/trade?

RRS B2 Pro clamp


What are your prices?

$60


Where are you located?

USA


Where are you willing to to ship?

CONUS


Description

Used RRS B2-Pro clamp...

Works fine.
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Payment accepted

Regular PayPal


Shipping method




Shipping charge

Included


Handling time

Upon payment I will ship within 24 hrs


References

Ya'lll know me! LOL!


Additional comments

Not open to trade offers, Buyer must have a PayPal confirmed address, Will only ship to the address indicated on PayPal payment


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I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.
 
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Still available! I can drag out the camera and polarizer to take another photo without the reflections....or solicit lighting expert Mike Buckley for help. But truly, the clamp looks great and functions perfectly!
 
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I can drag out the camera and polarizer to take another photo without the reflections....or solicit lighting expert Mike Buckley for help.
The polarizer will probably have very little effect in this situation and it will be a bit difficult to light the entire subject without getting some unwanted reflections. More important, anyone who has been hanging out here long enough to know of your reputation will know to trust your word that the areas you mention aren't worn.
 

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