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Old 16th September 2008
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Hoya Pro1-D u/v filter

If you are going to put a filter on good Olympus glass, at least fit a top quality one. They don't get much better than the Hoya Pro1 Digital filters. This UV filter has hardly seen any use and is unmarked and in its original case. Size 67mm, which means it will fit the 50-200SWD and the 14-54 lenses, amongst others. Came off my 14-54 which I no longer own, and too small for my 12-60, hence the sale. New price at Warehouse Express is 38.99.
Yours for just 22 posted (UK only). Cheques only - no PayPal at this price!
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Sold! Sorry Rod, you were 4 minutes too late!
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