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Filmlight Baselight 2 with Blackboard One.

Price: £55,000.00
Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 15/02/2021
Item ID: 179004

Filmlight Baselight 2 with Blackboard One.

Filmlight Baselight 2

Baselight Two system Gen 5 UHD
Kona 4 SDI 4K option
Truelight Option
Storage: 48TB
Shuttle later FL Node Stream com FC8 EVO
Software 4.4 latest version.
Gen5 hardware, latest generation CPUs,
new 780TI GPU accelerators and AJA Kona 4 4K output card. The server motherboard is now PCIe 3.0 based.
Baselight Blackboard 1 control surface
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