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Canon F1 new - 1984 - zeldzame U.S. Navy uitvoering - incl. 3 lenzen - bijna nieuwstaat

This very rare Canon F-1 new "U.S. Navy" set was produced around 1984 and is in near mint condition. The set consists of a Canon F-1 new body with 3 lenses in an aluminum case.

The Canon F-1 body with "U.S. Navy" on the front is in near mint condition. The camera has no damage and is technically in order. Shutter, film transport, exposure, everything works, but it has not been tested with a film.

There are 3 lenses in this set. All lenses are like new, are inscribed "U.S.-Navy" and come with filter, lens and rear cap. It concerns the following lenses:

- Canon lens FD 50mm 1: 1.8 standard lens
- Canon lens FD 35mm 1: 2.8 wide angle lens
- Canon lens FD 200mm 1: 2.8 telephoto lens

The aluminum case (with keys) has 2 nameplates with "U.S. Navy" text and looks very good, the foam on the inside is in less good condition.

A Canon F-1 "U.S. Navy set is rarely if ever offered and certainly not in this condition. This is your chance to expand your collection with a special piece.

View the photos, as they are part of the description.

The set will be well packaged and sent by registered mail.

The cameras and lenses I'm auctioning are collectibles to me, which means I haven't photographed with them and they haven't been tested with film. However, functions such as shutter, rangefinder, film transport, mirror are checked for functioning and lenses are assessed by eye. Although it can often be deduced from my description whether the object could function properly, I can not guarantee this.

Brand Canon
Model/ type nr F1 new - 1984 - zeldzame U.S. Navy uitvoering - incl. 3 lenzen - bijna nieuwstaat
Object/device type Single lens reflex camera (SLR)
Condition Near mint
Tested and working Tested and working
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