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Sony PMW-500

Sony PMW-500 with HDVF-20A Viewfinder

Price: €6,250.00
Location: Netherlands
Condition: Used
Viewed: 100 times
Date Expires: 21/06/2018
Item ID: 198835
 

Sony PMW-500 with HDVF-20A Viewfinder

Sony PMW-500

Sony PMW-500 with HDVF-20A Viewfinder
Solid State Camcorder

MAKE: Sony
MODEL: PMW-500
CONDITION: Used

Viewfinder: HDVF-20A
Good condition, with 1 month warranty.

Hours of the Sony PMW-500:
- Operation hours: 2358 Hr.


About the used PMW-500:

Mechanical and electronic it is perfectly operational. There are of course visible signs of use to the housing. The camera and the VF never fell or suffered any significant impact. From the beginning user has the equipped, the fold-out LCD screen with a protective film (made of cell phone;)) that makes it completely scratch-free.
Also the eyepiece lens of the VF is still very good.
Electronically, the camera is still perfect when it was in use the last time and no comments at the sensor level. An APR has been done a few times (logically), but now there are no overactive pixels present.
There is an option within that our customer bought at the time for a € 1.200,00 to switch the camera to SD. (DVcam and MPEG IMX - SD codecs).

For the rest, there is nothing to say about the proper functioning of the camera in terms of image, sound and inputs and outputs.

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