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Sachtler ENG 2 CF 5386 (100 mm bowl)

Sachtler ENG 2 CF Carbon Fibre Tripod with Ground Spreader.

Price: £500.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 11/02/2018
Item ID: 190347
 

Sachtler ENG 2 CF Carbon Fibre Tripod with Ground Spreader.

Sachtler ENG 2 CF 5386 (100 mm bowl)

Sachtler ENG 2 CF Carbon Fibre Tripod (100 mm bowl) with Ground Spreader.

Owned by me from new for 18 years. In good condition as it has been my back-up tripod for about 10 years so little use recently and kept in a tripod bag. The usual wear and tear marks for the age but rock solid and even the ground spreader is in good condition. The clip on the cord to secure the legs while folded is missing but that is the only negative. Used with a Sachtler 18 head, an ideal lightweight tripod for general use. More pictures available on request. Based in Dorset, UK buyers only please.
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