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Used Vision Research PHANTOM VEO 640S (used_1) – DIGITAL CINEMATOGRAPHY CAMERA

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Location: Italy
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 11/04/2020
Item ID: 213604

Used Vision Research PHANTOM VEO 640S (used_1) – DIGITAL CINEMATOGRAPHY CAMERA

VISION RESEARCH PHANTOM VEO 640S (used_1)

Never-used High Speed Slow Motion Camera

BRAND: Vision Research
CONDITION: Brand NEW, Purchased in December 2017
ACCESSORIES: On request
WARRANTY: 6 months


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