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Panasonic AJ-HPX3100

Pristine condition - SENSIBLE OFFERS

Price: £6,400.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 08/01/2018
Item ID: 186671
 

Pristine condition - SENSIBLE OFFERS

Panasonic AJ-HPX3100

Panasonic AJ-HPX-3100G in as new condition, very low usage. 310 switched on hours. With AJ-HVF21KG viewfinder. AJ-WM30G wireless module, and AJ-SFU3100G software key activated and working. Chroziel 15 mm support bars. Handbook and discs. AJ-PCD2 P2 card reader. Two AJ-P2E064XG P2 cards. One AJ-P2AD1G micro P2 to P2 card adaptor

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