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For Sale: Panasonic HMC40 & Equinox HD6
kairosmatt posted a topic in ClassifiedsHMC40 with Equinox HD8 Underwater Housing $1,500.00 In Wilmington NC. UPS Ground shipping estimate in the United States: $50-$75. Contact: Matthew McCoy, 910-620-1011 or PM me I'm selling because I've moved from the Bahamas and won't have much, if any, use for the setup anymore. Please contact me with any questions. I can also do a Skype call if you'd like to see the equipment and get a video walkthrough. Includes: Panasonic HMC40 high definition profession camcorder Manufacturer details here: http://www.panasonic.com/business/provideo/ag-hmc40pj.asp Lens in pristine condition All buttons, dials, lens controls, displays, and recording options work Very solid and reliable camera! Body has some minor cosmetic scratches on bottom from tripod plate 205 hours Lens hood included, but the cover is missing Equinox HD8 housing designed for HMC40 Controls: focus, exposure, white balance, zoom Power on/off and record stop/start on separate arms** Dome port and flat port (for macro and zooming) Rated to 200 feet Includes a set of unused gaskets Marshall V-LCD50: 5” high resolution HDMI monitor-fits on back of housing Has custom mount on rear port, but I use electrical tape to fully secure it There is glue residue along the backside of the monitor from using electrical tape to prevent it from moving back and forth. Battery Charger and camera wall charger 1 IDX high capacity battery (SSL-VBG50) 1 Panasonic regular battery Kingston class 4 32 gig SD card (handles all in-camera recording formats) Lens Filter: Circulare polarizer, .9 ND and 1.8 ND Red filter for housing AV out cable for surface monitors Wide angle and macro adapter Removable audio adapter: AG-MYA30G 2-channel XLR and Panasonic MIC150 shotgun mic ** Originally the housing came with one arm to turn the camera on/off and to hit record. This did not work well, very cumbersome and completely unreliable. I switched some arms around, and the photo arm now independently hits the record button. I had to attach an allen's key to make it line up. I tried to get Equinox to send me a custom arm, but they would not without the housing being sent back in. Ideally the arm and allen's key would be welded together, but I did not want to do that in case there was a desire to return it to its original configuration.