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Used Sony CBK-55BK F5/F55 ENG Dock for Sale, as new, with orignal Box

Price: £3,195.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
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Date Expires: 09/04/2017
Item ID: 175740
 

Used Sony CBK-55BK F5/F55 ENG Dock for Sale, as new, with orignal Box

Sony CBK-55BK

Sony CBK-55BK F5/F55 ENG Dock for Sale

3195 + VAT

This Unit was bought new by me 6 months ago, and has had only one very careful owner. It has only been used on one project lasting 3 weeks during this period, and is like new. It is now no longer needed.



The Unit is in immaculate condition with no scratches, marks or dents. Everything working as it should. Comes in orignal Sony box, manuals, and 2 x 15mm bars.



It includes the small silver plate for the bottom of the F5/F55 Camera body so that it can latch into the Dock in a matter of seconds.


Price Excludes UK VAT and Delivery. I can arange courrier at cost, or you can collect from Manchester area. Inspections welcome.



International postage available. Please contact me for rates.

Hi Res photos available on request.

Payment by Bank Transfer only.

Call 07887511532 for more details.





Details from Sony Website



Greater flexibility of shooting style for applications such as documentaries, sports and news

The CBK-55BK build-up kit enables one-person operation of the PMW-F55 and PMWF5 CineAlta cameras, making it easy to achieve a shooting style to suit a variety of needs while maintaining the familiar, easy-to-use interface features of traditional shoulder camcorders.

  • Good weight balance

    Ergonomic design usable with any lenses and featuring an adjustable shoulder pad and front block control.

  • DWX Digital Wireless Audio Slot-in

    Provides a slot-in option for the DWX Series DWR-S02D 2 channel digital wireless receiver.

  • Two adjustable blocks for good weight balance

    Shoulder pad has 33m adjustable range. Front block with all control buttons has 37mm adjustable range.

  • RAW recording functionality

    The build-up kit also supports the AXS-R5 for 2K/4K 16bit RAW recording up to 240 fps in 2K.

  • Battery adaptor*

    Battery adaptor includes DC input, Hirose 1.8A DC output and D-TAP 4.17A (50W) DC output*.
    * D-TAP DC output not available when using AXS-R5.

  • Easy to attach/detach mechanism

    The build-up kit features an easy to attach/detach mechanism that allows you to use the PMW-F55/F5 as a full shoulder camera or in the original style, giving you more flexibility in your style of shooting.

  • Support of wireless audio receiver

    The build-up kit includes an audio section and input/output section at the rear side, offering support for wireless audio, with a familiar design common to main broadcast camcorders.

  • Lens support

    Using standard PL lenses or common B4 2/3-inch broadcast lenses with the LA-FZB1 or LA-FZB2* will suit a wide variety of applications.

  • Support of DWX series wireless audio receiver

    The build-up kit includes an audio slot-in option and input/output section at the rear side, offering support for DWX wireless audio receiver, with a familiar design for main broadcast camcorders. This slot-in receiver works seamlessly with a number of DWX series transmitters to create a fully digital audio workflow.


The F55/F5 DOC DOCK, CBK-55BK, enables the F55 and F5 to expand into an EFP/ENG camcorder. This system is designed for a single operator and provides conventional EFP/ENG operation similar to Sony XDCAM series camcorders.

Highlights:
  • "Documentary Dock, Build up Kit as complete EFP/ENG camcorder.

  • Quick Docking System, no tools required.

  • New Battery Adapter with P-tap and Hirose Connector

  • Adjustable Positioning of the Shoulder Pad and Front Switch Block

  • 15mm rods and Rosettes to attach handle

  • 2ch Wireless Audio Slot

  • 4 channel Analog or Digital Audio Input

  • Volume input level control and switches for audio Level and channel configuration

  • RAW Recording Support with an optional AXS-R5

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