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Elite 18 MS CF (100mm Bowl)

Price: £3,569.00
Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 18/01/2023
Item ID: 223817

Elite 18 MS CF (100mm Bowl)

CAMGEAR CMG-EL18-MS-CF-TRISYS

Tripod System incl. Elite 18 Fluid Head, 3S-Fix ENG/CF2 Carbon Fiber

Tripod, Elite Telescopic Pan Bar ELPB-2 (set of 2), Mid Level Spreader

MSP-3, Rubber Feet RF-2 (x3) & camRade tripodBag Traveler

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