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Used Aaton Penelope Film camera kit Aaton Penelope

Great condition with many accessories

Price: £20,000.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 09/11/2017
Item ID: 184321
 

Great condition with many accessories

Used Aaton Penelope Film camera kit Aaton Penelope

Aaton Penelope camera kit as pictured. The camera is in good condition with minor signs of wear and tear as expected.

The camera has been tested and its supplied in full working order with :


  • Aaton Video Assist
  • Flight case
  • 2 x 400ft Magazines
  • Short Eyepeice
  • Extension Eyepiece
  • Heated Eyepiece
  • Handgrip
  • On/Off Switch
  • Barney
  • 2 x Aaton On-Board Batteries
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