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For Sale- Sony HDR-SR11 60gb HD Handycam and Ikelight Housing


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#1 Kevindale222

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 09:00 AM

Hi, Im selling a Sony HDR-SR11 Handycam and Ikelite Housing. This was bought 2 yrs ago for around £1,400. The Sony Handycam is currently for sale for around £500. And takes absolutely brilliant footage. Basically everything you could need to take top quality underwater video. Everything thing has been very well looked after and has never been flooded. 

 

I AM LOOKING FOR £650 FOR THE COMPLETE SET UP. BUT I AM OPEN TO SENSIBLY OFFERS. IS A VERY GOOD PRICE FOR A RIG FOR UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY. COMPARED TO WHAT A FULL NEW SET UP WOULD COST THIS IS ONLY A FRACTION OF THE PRICE. ITEM WILL ALSO BE POSTED ON SCUBABOARD.COM SO DONT MISS OUT ON A BARGAIN.

 

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*Sony HDR-SR11 HD Handycam and Carry Case.

*All cables (TV leads, charger(mains and in-car), Docking station to charge, hook up to TV) HDMI lead for HD quality playback.

*Ikelite Housing, Red filter, Front protective cap.

*All cd disks which came with Handcam (includes editing programme)

*All manuals (additional one printed off for using the editing programme.

 

 

 

Record video to 60 GB hard disk drive or Memory Stick media

  • 1920 x 1080 Full HD video resolution; 10.2-megapixel still image capture
  • 3.2-inch wide touch panel Xtra Fine LCD™ display (921k pixels)
  • x.v.Color captures and displays lifelike color
  • Dolby Digital 5.1-channel recording

 

FOR FULL DETAILS OF HANDYCAM USE LINK BELOW!

 

 

http://store.sony.co...DRSR11#features

 

FOR FULL DETAILS OF IKELITE HOUSING USE LINK BELOW! 

 

http://www.ikelite.c...y_hdr_sr11.html

 

 

 

 

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#2 Kevindale222

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 09:13 AM

Video gear is currently in England but can be posted worldwide. But all postage is at buyers expense.

Thanks kevin dale.