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ARRI SHOULDERMAG 120/400

35mm Film Shoulder Magazine

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35mm Film Shoulder Magazine

ARRI SHOULDERMAG 120/400

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120metre/400 Feet Magazine for Arriflex cameras such as 435 and 235.
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