*SOLD* FS(UK+Worldwide) : Astro Modded 450D with internal IR/UV filter removed.

*SOLD* FS(UK+Worldwide) : Astro Modded 450D with internal IR/UV filter removed.

Postby dslrastromod » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:43 pm

Personally modified by myself.

I have been modifying DSLRs for astro and IR photogrpahy since 2007, have my own business too, see my profile website link for more detail and positive feedback from clients.

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[color="#0066cc"]This camera now has much improved Ha response (98% transmission) for imaging those red nebula regions as apposed to unmodified camera with less than 30% transmission.[/color][/color][color="#0066cc"]
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This is as new, just used to take some test images, comes with original boxing and all accessories.
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[b][color="red"]£560 [/color][/b][/size][color="#006699"][b] including Special Delivery insured next day postage for UK and N.I. [/b][/color]

Shipping to Europe, £10.

Overseas buyers (US/Canada/Aus) please contact me for shipping quote ( will be around £15 =$40 )

Thanks!



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RE: FS(UK+Worldwide) : Astro Modded 450D with internal IR/UV filter removed.

Postby dslrastromod » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:43 pm

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RE: FS(UK+Worldwide) : Astro Modded 450D with internal IR/UV filter removed.

Postby dslrastromod » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:43 pm

Note: The specks on the eyecup is dust caught in the flash.

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RE: FS(UK+Worldwide) : Astro Modded 450D with internal IR/UV filter removed.

Postby dslrastromod » Tue Sep 29, 2009 11:23 am

[color="#ff0000"][size="3"][b]Reduced to £530 including insured postage. [/b][/size][/color]

Bargain price considering a 450D body costs £400 alone!
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why is this advert allowed

Postby davsiste » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:16 pm

[url=http://forum.skyatnightmagazine.com/showProfile.asp?memid=2975]DSLRAstroMod[/url]
Personally modified by myself.

I have been modifying DSLRs for astro and IR photogrpahy since 2007, have my own business too...... Clearly a business advert especially as the DSLR link is always used.

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Why are you alolowing adverts here from companies

Have the rules here changed

I understood this was a forum for NON companies to place adverts on, have the rules changed.
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RE: why is this advert allowed

Postby dslrastromod » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:50 pm

FYI

I post on here in my personal capacity,

however...

this is a personal camera of mine, not the businesses, so nothing stops me from selling it as a personal item as such AFAIK!

As far as the signature is concerned, nothing against the rules there either, unless blatant product advertising is involved.

You happy now?
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RE: why is this advert allowed

Postby davsiste » Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:10 pm

It is an advert and NO I am NOT.

You use every opportunity to place adverts for your company, if as you say you are not walking a debatable thin line then remove the link and use a simple signature like everyone else.

AND IF THIS .......

[b]I have been modifying DSLRs for astro and IR photogrpahy since 2007, have my own business too, see my profile website link for more detail and[i][u] positive feedback from clients[/u][/i].
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AND THIS LINK LINK IS NOT AN ADVERT THEN WHAT IS.

[url=http://www.dslrastromod.co.uk/]http://www.dslrastromod.co.uk[/url]
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RE: why is this advert allowed

Postby Graham Southorn » Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:00 pm

You've made your point. Admin will decide what is, and what isn't, advertising on the forum and we will act accordingly. Thank you for bringing it to our attention - now let that be the end of it. Let's have no more angry posts please.

Thank you
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RE: why is this advert allowed

Postby davsiste » Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:16 pm

Agreed, thank you.
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RE: why is this advert allowed

Postby dslrastromod » Tue Oct 06, 2009 11:43 am

[b][size="3"]SOLD![/size][/b]
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