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Three 1/2-inch type HD Power HAD CCD sensor camcorder

Price: £1,995.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 06/06/2017
Item ID: 167407

Three 1/2-inch type HD Power HAD CCD sensor camcorder

Sony PDW-F335

The PDW-F335 is a true-shoulder mount camcorder, perfectly balanced to fit on your shoulder.

The PDW-F335 is exceptionally versatile; at the flick of a switch you have the choice of shooting 50i/59.94i/23.98P/25P/29.97P pictures in DV and HD. So you can shoot a local news assignment today, a wedding video tomorrow and your independent short film the day after - all with the same camera, all with the exact settings required to excel in each application.

Comes with 
1 x Sony DXF-20W, 
1 x Sony Microphone + Foam Gag,
1 x Portabrace Bag,
1 x Portabrace SC-F350 Shoulder Case with Integral Rain Cover
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