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Group 5-Photographic Equipment Binoculars, Etc

Volume 890: debated on Monday 21 April 1975

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Item No.

  • 1. Goods within the following paragraphs if they are of a kind suitable for domestic or recreational use—
  • (a) photographic and cinematographic cameras;
  • (b) apparatus for developing, printing, reproducing, enlarging, reducing, editing or otherwise processing photographic or cinematographic images on film, plates or paper;
  • (c) cinematographic, film strip or slide projectors, slide viewers, epidiascopes, projector screens and other apparatus for viewing photographic or cinematographic images.
  • 2. Binoculars, monoculars, field glasses, opera glasses and terrestrial telescopes.
  • 3. Accessories to goods comprised in Items 1 and 2.
  • 4. Goods of a king suitable for use as parts of goods comprised in Items 1 to 3, except goods within the exceptions from Item 5 of Group 1.
  • 5. The installation, alternation, testing, repair or maintenance of, or the provision of similar services in respect of, goods comprised in Items 1 to 4.
  • 6. The supply of goods in connection with a supply of services within Item 5.
  • Notes:

  • (1) Item 1 includes goods which can be adapted to produce goods within that Item.
  • (2) Items 1 and 3 do not include—
  • (a) film, plates and paper;
  • (b) chemicals;
  • (c) disposable flash bulbs;
  • (d) albums, mounts, wallets and other photographic stationery;
  • (e) slide boxes and other storage equipment for developed film, plates or prints.