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complete tripod with Miller fluid head DS-60 - Aluminum legs - ground spreader

Price: €2,850.00
Location: France
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 29/06/2021
Item ID: 216209
Dealer: Video Brokers

complete tripod with Miller fluid head DS-60 - Aluminum legs - ground spreader

MILLER DS-60

Full tripod system with Miller fluid head DS-60 - Aluminum legs - ground spreader

2 pan bars

Fully serviced with 6 months warranty

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