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Posted: Tue Feb 16th, 2021 07:49
 
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In the middle of clearing out the loft and tucked right under the eaves was this - does anyone know if it is a genuine Nikon box or aftermarket?



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Looks like the style of box Nikon sold. 
I dont think that it is complete as there are no dividers.
I dont know what might have been in there originally.

Did you find the camera and lens inside?



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No - it was empty! I have the dividers and the original key - took them out to fit the camera + lens in :lol:



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That is good.  I thought you might have a little treasure trove in your loft!!
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Not little - it is HUGE - sifting through it will take months ....

a peep from each end - the "bays" are full of boxes, each one needs to be gone through!



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chrisbet wrote:
Not little - it is HUGE - sifting through it will take months ....

a peep from each end - the "bays" are full of boxes, each one needs to be gone through!



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I had one of those black cantilever camera cases (in the centre of the bottom photo). Got it from Jessops if I remember back in the 1990s. 
Are you planning on moving house or just tackling an early spring clean?



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Lockdown clean out! The cantilever box has my Canon XL1S video cam in it - that is one heavy beast but takes excellent video.



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Going to need a longer lockdown!  See you in 2023!
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chrisbet wrote:
Lockdown clean out! The cantilever box has my Canon XL1S video cam in it - that is one heavy beast but takes excellent video. I can't even have one of those! 

We had a complete new roof installed before 1st lockdown. I took the opportunity to clear out the loft the quick way...out over the A frames down to ground level skip. Lol  

And it was fresh air instead of a dark, dusty, insulation coughing experience. 



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I am a bit worried about completely emptying the loft - I am sure the weight was all that held the roof on in the 1987 October gales :lol:



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