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Old 11th June 2012
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B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case. Completely waterproof, dustproof and airtight with carrying bag and straps. Virtually unbreakable. Ideal for all kinds of hard use. Approx 23 litres volume with dividers for bodies, lenses, etc. Also makes a useful seat or box to stand on for extra height! Superb quality. Like new. 40 + delivery or collect.
Adjustable tripod. Solid construction. 10 + delivery or collect.
Olympus E-System E1 book. Offers + delivery or collect.
Tel: 01243 572368 (West Sussex).
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Old 12th June 2012
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

Hi Jeremy,
I have been thinking about one of these for a couple of weeks now.
I can get new one for 59 + postage, so I was wondering what you estimate the postage costs to be ?

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Old 12th June 2012
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

Hello Chris

I did one of those 'ready reckoner' things on Royal Mail which came up with 12.50 for tracked 2-day delivery. Hopefully that is accurate! If you are anywhere near West Sussex, you can collect.

The Type 90 is excellent. I don't use it because it's quite heavy and bulky for my kind of use which is mainly photography afloat where I sometimes have to leap between boats with a camera bag. For that kind of thing, it's easier to shove my cameras in an old backpack. The Type 90 is definitely made to last for a lifetime and you can use the hard or soft cases separately if required. I used it to carry my E3 with long & medium lenses, flash, charger, memory, lens cloths, phone, wallet, etc. The inside is very well padded.

I am away for a few days this afternoon. Back on Friday.
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

Hi Jeremy....have you any specific added info on the tripod (pic if possible) please.

Also I am interested in the case if Chris does not complete.
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

Thanks for the quick info Jeremy,
And Keith...i'm still at the "just looking" stage; so please feel free to jump in and get the case...they are excellent by all accounts!

Chris
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Old 12th June 2012
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

Hello,

The label on the tripod reads 'High Quality SSS made in Japan.' It came from my father in law. It's a little grubby, but appears well designed, heavy duty and very durable. It has 3 adjustable legs, a middle post with an up-down winder, horizontal handle and knobs to adjust horizontal and vertical angles. My E3 fits fine on the top plate with the normal screw-in bolt for the base, so I assume it will work with any similar high quality camera. I don't use a tripod so am no expert!
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

In case you are confused, SSS is the make of the tripod. It must be years old. They knew how to make things properly then!
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Re: B&W Type 90 outdoor camera case.

Hi did you sell these items.....I had completely forgot I had shown an earlier interest in them.
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