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Sachtler SR425

Rain Cover for Full-Sized Broadcast Cameras

Price: £95.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 21/03/2023
Item ID: 225648

Rain Cover for Full-Sized Broadcast Cameras

Sachtler SR425

Ex-World Cup Sachtler SR425 Rain Cover for Full-Sized Broadcast Cameras

This unit is in a very good condition and in full working order as well it comes with 3 months warranty.

Sachtler SR425 was designed of lightweight polyurethane to keep your full-sized broadcast camera dry while recording during rain. Cameramen can prevent the rain cover from slipping during filming by securing it in place with a hot shoe connector, which is located in the rigid front section of the hood.




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