FS: JVC DV5000, Sachler DV8 Tripod, Switronix battery system

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      Pictures of everything in this sale:


      I bought this whole set from AlArtVideo and have had very little use. I made a swift change in career after buying the whole set and since then only used to capture a few weddings. Below is the description:

      JVC DV5000
      Drum Hour: 000122 Hours

      Canon YH-19×6.7 Broadcast Lens $2999.00

      IDX NH-204 Dual NP-1 Style Battery Holder Box with 4-pin XLR DC Output $349.00

      Price for the above set: $5650.00 plus actual shipping
      Will include the original single NP battery holder.

      I also have the below items that can be sold separately.

      Kata MCC-2 Maxi Camera Case for professional camcorder.

      $270 plus actual shipping (bought $320)

      Sachler DV8 Tripod System 2-Stage (75mm) with fluid head and on-ground spreader

      $2300.00 plus actual shipping

      Switronix Charger and Battery

      The below setup was bought last year and was used once.

      Switronix NC-4LJ 4-Position NP-1 Type Simultaneous Charger $549.95
      Switronix NP-L60 battery $149.95

      BH Price: $699.9 + shipping
      My price: $550.0 + Actual shipping

      I also have 2 NP-L56 batteries and a Switronix 304 charger that I owned for a while with little use. I will throw in the package deal to make the package more attractive.

      Everything listed above is in like-new condition due to the obvious reason of not being used long enough. During the few times when the camera was used, it was loved and cared for. It has always been stored in the same Kata bag listed above when not actually being used.

      For serious inquiries only, please contact me at contact@bostonfx.com

      Thank you.

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