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    Default Okluma DC1 Special Damascus 1 of 2

    Hi,

    I hate to have to part with this very special Okluma DC1 in special damascus. This light was purchased back in November and has never been carried and is in perfect condition. I'm asking $1950 shipped within the US.

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    Default Re: Okluma DC1 Special Damascus 1 of 2

    wow! GLWYS!
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    wow that's purdy... but out of my budget

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    Default Re: Okluma DC1 Special Damascus 1 of 2

    I guess if you have to ask the color temperature of the emitters you can't afford it. (Joking)

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    Default Re: Okluma DC1 Special Damascus 1 of 2

    PM sent

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    Bump - still available

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    Default Re: Okluma DC1 Special Damascus 1 of 2

    Its a gorgeous light. I've not seen Damascus like this before, either in relation to the patterning or the very strong contrast between the dark and light steels. It appears to be described as "Ball Damascus"in the Okluma Note. Is this correct? Do you have any more details about the type of Damascus or the process that Jeff uses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by easilyled View Post
    Its a gorgeous light. I've not seen Damascus like this before, either in relation to the patterning or the very strong contrast between the dark and light steels. It appears to be described as "Ball Damascus"in the Okluma Note. Is this correct? Do you have any more details about the type of Damascus or the process that Jeff uses?
    Georgeous indeed! Such a unusual material and look.
    Thanks, CPF!

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