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Galileo Model G-90zss

Is there an adapter for the Galileo Model G-90zss to a Nikon D 80?


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Re: Galileo Model G-90zss

I've worked on these spotters before. I'm not aware of any D-80 adapters, but that 90mm lens and that camera would be a sweet pairing..

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