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(USA) Lanparte shoulder rig, rods, magic arm, 7" monitor, case - full rig!

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For sale is my barely used Lanparte support rig. Changing camera systems and no longer need it. Excellent condition all around.
I used it with a BM CInema Camera, but would work great with a DSLR too.

 

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This sale includes the following items:
- 15mm rods
- Height Adjustable Bridge Plate
- C-Shaped Support Arm
- Top Handle
- Dual Handgrip System 
- Shoulder Support System
- 7" HDMI Monitor (with peaking, zebras, histogram, etc)
- Magic Arm EVF/Monitor Mount
- V-Mount Battery Pinch/Plate with HDMI Splitter
- All cables (hdmi and battery plate dc cables) it came with
- ABS Case with Custom Foam Interior (fits everything - nice pelican type case)

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Brand new these parts add up to $1675 on B&H right now.

Selling for $1200 or $1000 plus you pay shipping

Local pickup in Austin, TX for $1000 cash


I've bought and sold on dvxuser many times, my eBay is "wynterfilms" for reference (100% feedback). PM me or you can email me at [email protected]
Request any pictures/info you want in your message - happy to supply them!

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