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Sony BRC-Z700 PTZ Robotic HD/SD Video Camera Robotic PAN TILT ZOOM + BRBK-HSD1

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Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 07/11/2017
Item ID: 180067
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Sony BRC-Z700 PTZ Robotic HD/SD Video Camera Robotic PAN TILT ZOOM + BRBK-HSD1

Sony BRC-Z700

Sony BRC-Z700 PTZ Robotic HD/SD Video Camera Robotic PAN TILT ZOOM + BRBK-HSD1

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1 x Sony BRC-Z700 PTZ 3CMOS Robotic Colour SD/HD PAL NTSC Video Camera
1 x BRBK-HSD1 HD/SD-SDI output card
1 x IR Remote Control
1 x AC Power supply
1 x Ceiling Mounting Bracket
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