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Epic 6K Dragon

Price: $29,990.00
Location: India
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 19/09/2020
Item ID: 200325

Epic 6K Dragon

Epic 6K Dragon #6392 to #7203

Epic 6K Dragon (#6392) 210 hours US$21, 999
Brain, Ti PL Mount, SSD 1.8" Side Module, Wooden Camera SSD Guard, REDStation 1.8", Remote, AC Power Unit, Touchscreen 5.0", Bomb OLED EVF, Spinner with Bomb EVF Mount Pack, DSMC Top Mount (adjustable) EVF Mount, +1 Adapter Module, EVF Cables x 3, BNC Sync Cables x 2, Sliding Top Handle, Quick-Release Dove Tail, DSMC Mounting Plate, DSMC V2 Tactical Top Plate, DSMC V2 Fan Upgrade (top and bottom), DSMC Top Mounts 19mm, Bolt-on Swat Rail Clamp, Swat Rail 100mm, 4 x 1.8" SSD 128GB cards, Media Case 4-Bay, 2 x DSMC Universal Mounts 19mm (Bridget Support), DSMC 15mm Adaptor (V1 Bottom Fans included for 15mm Adaptor to fit), DSMC Shoulder Mount, Niche Shoulder Mount, Wooden Camera A-Box XLR Adaptor Box, Wooden Camera Rear V-Lock Battery Plate, RED V-Lock Rear Plate.


Epic 6K Dragon (#1321) 1621 hours US$18, 999
Brain, Ti PL Mount, SSD 1.8" Side Module, Wooden Camera SSD Guard, REDStation 1.8", Remote, AC Power Unit, Touchscreen 5.0", Bomb OLED EVF, Spinner with Bomb EVF Mount Pack, DSMC Top Mount (adjustable) EVF Mount, +1 Adapter Module, EVF Cables x 3, BNC Sync Cables x 2, Sliding Top Handle, Quick-Release Dove Tail, DSMC Mounting Plate, DSMC V2 Tactical Top Plate, DSMC V2 Fan Upgrade (top and bottom), DSMC Top Mounts 19mm, Bolt-on Swat Rail Clamp, Swat Rail 100mm, 4 x 1.8" SSD 128GB cards, Media Case 4-Bay, 2 x DSMC Universal Mounts 19mm (Bridge Support), DSMC 15mm Adaptor (V1 Bottom Fans included for 15mm Adaptor to fit), DSMC Shoulder Mount, Niche Shoulder Mount, Wooden Camera A-Box XLR Adaptor Box, Wooden Camera Rear V-Lock Battery Plate, RED V-Lock Rear Plate.


Epic 6K Dragon (#7203) 2050 hours US$17,999
Brain, Ti PL Mount, SSD 1.8" Side Module, Wooden Camera SSD Guard, REDStation 1.8", Remote, AC Power Unit, Touchscreen 5.0", Bomb OLED EVF, Spinner with Bomb EVF Mount Pack, DSMC Top Mount (adjustable) EVF Mount, +1 Adapter Module, EVF Cables x 3, BNC Sync Cables x 2, Sliding Top Handle, Quick-Release Dove Tail, DSMC Mounting Plate, DSMC V2 Tactical Top Plate, DSMC V2 Fan Upgrade (top and bottom), DSMC Top Mounts 19mm, Bolt-on Swat Rail Clamp, Swat Rail 100mm, 4 x 1.8" SSD 128GB cards, Media Case 4-Bay, 2 x DSMC Universal Mounts 19mm (Bridge Support), DSMC 15mm Adaptor (V1 Bottom Fans included for 15mm Adaptor to fit), Niche Shoulder Mount, Wooden Camera Rear V-Lock Battery Plate.


Extras: US$5, 999
2 x SSD 1.8" 128GB Cards
4 x SSD 1.8" 64gb Cards
1 x Niche Should Pad
1 x Remote
2 x Wooden Camera Rear V-Lock Plates
1 x Quick Release Dovetail Plate
1 x Ti PL Mount
5 x DSMC Universal Mounts 19mm (Bridge Support)
1 x DSMC Top Mount (adjustable) EVF Mount
1 x Asscessory V-Mount

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