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Red Epic MX

Red Epic MX

Price: £9,500.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: Used
Viewed: 1265 times
Date Expires: 04/08/2021
Item ID: 199200

Red Epic MX

Red Epic MX

Currently in stock at Finepoint, a Red Epic MX camera.

Included:
1x Red side handle
1x Red Bomb EVF
1x Redmote
1x Red DSMC Universal base plate quick release
1x Hawk-Woods V-lok power plate on 19mm Bar mount
2x 19mm Bars
1x Red pro handle assembly
2x Red 19mm Bar mount (w/4 x M4 Wingnut Screws)
1x Red 15mm Bar Mount (W/2 x M4 Wingnut Screws)
1x Berkleys Systems 15mm Bar mount with Stubby 15mm Bar
1x 1/4 x 20" fit Noga Arm
1x Red Pro 5" LCD touchscreen
1x Dovetail Baseplate
2x 19mm x 455mm Bars
1x Red station for Redmag 1.8
1x Red Pro Redmag Case
1x Redmag 124GB Solid state drive
1x Redmag 124GB Solid state drive
1x Redmag 124GB Solid state drive
1x Redmag 124GB Solid state Drive
1x 90* Lemo FHG.1B to 90* Lemo FHG.1B
1x 90* Lemo FHG.1b to Lemo FGG.1B
1x Lemo FGJ.1b to Lemo PHG.2B
1x V-Lok to lemo FGG.2B
1x Lemo GFF.00 to 3 x BNC = TC/SYNC/TRIGGER)
1x Torx 10x80 Screw Driver
1x 19mm Bar Mount
1x Top vent plate black
1x Side handle port cover
1x Redmag Side port cover
1x Redvolt travel charger (790-0134)
4x Redvolt Bateries

Hours: 675.1 (Ops)


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