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JVC HM890

Fiber Channels

Price: £24,000.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
Viewed: 122 times
Date Expires: 05/03/2018
Item ID: 190506
 

Fiber Channels

JVC HM890

For sale we have an entire Broadcast Package for sale, as we are moving away from Broadcast to focus on stronger areas of our business.

We will consider splitting this equipment, but ideally want to sell as a package.

THIS LISTING IS FOR THE JVC CHANNELS ONLY

We have:

2 x JVC HM890 Fiber Channels (3rd may be available as extra)
All Channels are cased in BRAND NEW Cases from Case Design.
Included:
2 x HM890 Bodies, cased with Rain Covers
2 x HP-790 LCD Viewfinders with Sports Hoods
2 x CCU's and RCP's
3 x Opticalcon Duo Drums with 1 x Neutrik Joiner
1 x ACM-17 B4 Lens Adapter
1 x Fujinon XT17 HD Lens with Demands
1 x Fujinon XT22 HD Lens with Demands
1 x Manfrotto 509HD with 2 x Pan Bars (New)
1 x ENG Case with VCT Adapter
1 x Sony Battery Kit with Charger and 4 x Batteries (V-LOCK)

1 x Blackmagic 2 M/E 4K Switcher Kit:
Switcher, 1 M/E Panel, all flightcased with 2 x Iiyama 21" HD LCD Monitors. Custom case with doghouse box for Panel. All cases brand new
2 x Skaarhoj Tally Interfaces, with POE

1 x JVC KY-PZ100 PTZ Camera Kit
3 x KY-PZ100 Cameras
1 x RM-LP100 Touchscreen Controller
All with brand new flightcases from Case Design
3 x Manfrotto 504HD Tripods (1 x Brand new, 2 x Almost new)

2 x Comms Kits- each with 3 x DT109 Headsets, ASL Beltpacks and Canford PSU

We also have various new BNC Cabling and other HD-SDI accessories for interested parties on the entire package




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