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Pentax SF7 operating manual and cleaning lenses

Zoom 28mmmF3.5-80mmF4.5

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Bonjour,

j'ai un problème auquel je compte trouver une solution chez vous, j'ai eu un Pentax SF7, Il me complique car je ne metrise pas ces reglage pour cela, j'aimerais que vous m'envoyer un talogue de Pentax SF7

Merci
Paul
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Posted on Dec 26, 2007

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