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I have i-mac 5 month old. 2.0 dual core 20 inch,silver. 3gb ram. Mint. And also 7 month old Canon 40d,only 2000 pics taken with it. Nothing in box is open. Both these items are mint condition. 10/10. Looking to get a mac pro. 2.8 quad atleast? Doing motion graphics and video more now then photography . Would love to chat with anybody that would be intersted in trade. Thank you Ps. Cs3 photoshop,and illustrator,and final cut express installed.
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