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For sale: Sony F35 package complete package - $6400 - Sony F35 body (low hours: 1130) - Custom Nikon F mount (use any Nikon F lens that has manual aperture) - Sony interface box (for 12 bit 4444 output) - Gold mount battery plate - Panavision top handle - Rokinon 50mm T1.5 Nikon lens - Camtree 19mm / 15mm sliding baseplate - Set of 15mm rods - Odyssey 7Q 12-bit Recorder - Record 12-bit 4444 and 50p! - Cine Cam 7Q adjustable Arm - (2) 512gb Convergent Design SSD's (for Odyssey 7Q) - (2) short BNC cables - (2) long BNC cables - D-tap power cable for 7Q - (1) SSD to USB3 reader - Sleeve for 7Q - Sun shade for 7Q - (2) 130wh Rolux gold mount batteries (less than 6 months old) - Rolux dual gold mount charger - 4 pin cable for AC to camera Everything works perfectly. There are of course some dings and scratches, but nothing that interferes with the performance. Connect a gold mount battery (or use the Rolux dual charger to plug directly into the interface box from a wall outlet), hook up the BNC cables to the Odyssey 7Q, mount the lens, and you're ready to start filming in 12 bit 4444 XQ with the most organic looking cine cameras I've ever used, especially under the $10,000 mark. The F35 has a massive 5.7K CCD sensor that outputs some of the sharpest and smoothest 1080p (up to 50fps) footage out there. So sharp in-fact that it could be upscaled to 4K. This camera is lovely and was the choice of many DPs for film and tv. Free shipping in the US! Selling from Salt Lake City, UT. If you have any questions or would like to see more pictures, please feel free to ask. Colin Worley firstname.lastname@example.org