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WEVI IDX CW-7 SDI Wireless - HD Video Cam ~ Wave

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Location: Germany
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Date Expires: 17/08/2022
Item ID: 225045

WEVI IDX CW-7 SDI Wireless - HD Video Cam ~ Wave


The new and improved IDX CW-7 video wireless link is an HD-SDI/SDSDI video transmission system that can wirelessly transmit uncompressed data with superior image quality up to 300 ft. And all this with almost no delay and a latency of less than one frame!

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Visit us and test the goods in Dusseldorf, make an appointment.

The goods are sold under exclusion of any warranty.

You will receive a proper invoice with VAT.- international shipping available

Export price excluding VAT, if the item is purchased in Germany 19% VAT will be added.

Usables GmbH

Kaistr. 12

40221 Düsseldorf


+49 211 68819525


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