EMI 2001 - a model

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Bernie
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EMI 2001 - a model

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In December 2017 a colleague posted a "cut out a keep" paper model camera on the BBC Tech-ops mailing list. It wasn't meant to be any particular camera, or scale. I thought I might manage better, and some long time later, after much designing and redesigning, building and rebuilding, I've put the resulting kit on eBay. The first ten went in under 24 hours.

I'm selling them for charity, and Macmillan Cancer Nurses have benefited so far £100. I'm rather pleased about that.

If you want one, be quick - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202639197513

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Would you ‘do’ one with LWT on the side? Or maybe blank so that I could add one?

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Ooh...nostalgic, and very nice.!
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Yellowtriumph see pm

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This is a truly fantastic idea. Well done Bernie!

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Thank you!

I hope you're doing your bit for charity and buying one

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Bernie wrote:Yellowtriumph see pm

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Reply sent to you, thanks, yt.

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