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EVS XT2 HD/SD Super Slow Very good condition

Price: €21,000.00
Location: Spain
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 06/12/2021
Item ID: 221414
 

EVS XT2 HD/SD Super Slow Very good condition

EVS XT2


EVS XT2 HD/SD in very good condition. Fully tested. 3 months warranty

6 HD/SD chanel. 1x Remote

300GB Brand New hard drives

Full options: Superslow motion, DNxHD, ProRes 422, etc, Any configuration of input/output chanels.

Any other info on request by email jesus@avcast.es


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