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Grass Valley LDK-8000 (option 2)

Price: £7,750.00
Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 01/07/2021
Item ID: 209031

Grass Valley LDK-8000 (option 2)

Grass Valley LDK-8000 (option 2)

Currently in stock at Finepoint, Grass Valley LDK-8000 camera channel. (multiple channels are available)

 

Included:

LDK-8000 head; LDK-8000/61 and LDK-8000/70 available

LDK-5860 back

LDK4020/20 7" top Viewfinder

LDK4488/00 LLA

OCP-400 Operation Control Panel

LDK4502/01 CCU

Camera plate


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