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Arri Broadcast Plate for SONY F5/F55 - K2.66261.0

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Date Expires: 08/04/2021
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Arri Broadcast Plate for SONY F5/F55 - K2.66261.0

Arri Broadcast Plate for SONY F5/F55 - K2.66261.0

ARRI K2.66261.0 Broadcast Plate designed to use with Sony F5 / F55 cameras. 
The Broadcast plate fits to quick release tripod adapters and offers support for 15 mm LWS rods.


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