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LesPalenik

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Desktop JOBO Autolab 1000 development system in almost new condition
Processor + a box with JOBO development tanks, extra manual tanks, stainless-steel spools, booklet/manual, extra tubing, power cable, etc.

This is a professional processing machine that can process:
- C41 - color Negative
- E6 - Color Slide
- B&W Film

The unit comes with multiple developing tanks that can hold up to four 35mm rolls of film or two 120-220 rolls of film.
Ability to push or pull the development
Automated rotation, loading, draining, rinsing, temperature stabilization
Just load your film & chemicals, start your process & come back to professionally processed film

Shipping from Ontario,  Canada

Asking: $1,500
« Last Edit: May 25, 2012, 04:51:53 pm by LesPalenik »
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Good price,but shipping fee is too high.
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Well, it depends on destination and shipping method. Shipping it in Ontario would be very inexpensive.
Sending it by airmail to China is quite expensive. Using seafreight would be much more economical.

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Well, it depends on destination and shipping method. Shipping it in Ontario would be very inexpensive.
Sending it by airmail to China is quite expensive. Using seafreight would be much more economical.


How much will it cost to ship by Using seafreight?
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You can use regular shipping companies, like Fedex, UPS, or DHL. I estimate they would charge a few hundred dollars for two boxes.
But if you can find a smaller freight-forwarder who is periodically shipping goods from Toronto to your location, and they need to fill the container, they can often ship it for much less.


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You can use regular shipping companies, like Fedex, UPS, or DHL. I estimate they would charge a few hundred dollars for two boxes.
But if you can find a smaller freight-forwarder who is periodically shipping goods from Toronto to your location, and they need to fill the container, they can often ship it for much less.



I don't know the smaller freight-forwarder.Maybe you can find that in Toronto.
Two boxes?
I don't need the tank that I had a lot of tanks.
Maybe you can lower the price and ship the Jobo by one box.
thx
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