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Hallo Forum,

ich würde gerne meinen Valoy2 als "Reprosäule" verwenden, jedoch fehlt mir ein Teil zur Montage der Kamera. Hat jemand von euch vielleicht so etwas herumliegen (siehe Foto) und würde es mir verkaufen.....

Danke im Voraus.

jb

 

 

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