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Fiber HD Studio camera chains - 4 units available

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Date Expires: 12/04/2018
Item ID: 194378

Fiber HD Studio camera chains - 4 units available

SONY HDC-1400

HDC-1400 Fiber camera body + 9 inches studio viewfinder HDVF-950
+ Fiber HDCU-1500 + RCP-750

3 months warranty

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