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MINT X-Pro2 + Original Fuji handgrip for sale

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Excellent Fuji X-Pro2 bundle including the camera body and the original Fuji handgrip
 
Both items are used but in mint condition and come boxed with original packaging and accessories
 
This body has no scratches and no dings, almost like new with only 5502 shutter clicks
 
Expert Shield LCD protector mounted since day 1 on the back screen of the camera.
 
Red soft release shutter also included (Can be removed if you don't like it)
 
Camera firmware was updated to the last Ver.5.00
 
Camera strap and the 2 pieces of leather protection on the strap connectors are NOT included. Original Fuji strap will be included in the box.
 
BUNDLE FOR SALE AT £785.00
CAMERA BODY ONLY, WITHOUT THE HANDGRIP: £750.
 
You also have the choice to buy this camera with 1 original Fuji NP-W126S battery or instead with 3 EX-Pro white batteries (EX-Pro white batteries are excellent too). Same price, just your choice if you rather have some back-up batteries with the camera. I will send you a message after receiving your payment to see which battery option you want.
 
PAYPAL PAYMENT and FREE P&P for EU Countries only

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