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    FS: Redrock Micro SD Nikon mount w/ 55mm 1.2 lens
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    Redrock Micro M2 SD Apochromat Nikon Mount w/lens This unit comes with the M2, mount (no rails), SD Apochromat (standard definition) adapter, and Nikon 55mm / 1.2 lens for very minimal depth of field. It comes in the original foam. The unit is in excellent condition. We have more Canon glass and have other M2s for Canon, rendering this M2 superfluous. Asking $850 obo. Contact Matt at matt@dynamicvideodesign.com.


     

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    I will buy the lens
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    Is it still for sale?
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    Anything you buy, like an HVX, or DVX, or XL1 or 2, on ebay is grey market and will not be covered by the manufacturer warranty. There will be offers of warrenty, but they are third party. Even though it costs a little more (ok a lot more sometimes) buy from a authorized dealer. You will, in the long run, have far fewer problems. Some shops have even been forbidden by Panasonic, for instance, to service any grey market cameras. Then where would you be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freshwaterfilms
    Anything you buy, like an HVX, or DVX, or XL1 or 2, on ebay is grey market and will not be covered by the manufacturer warranty. There will be offers of warrenty, but they are third party. Even though it costs a little more (ok a lot more sometimes) buy from a authorized dealer. You will, in the long run, have far fewer problems. Some shops have even been forbidden by Panasonic, for instance, to service any grey market cameras. Then where would you be?

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    Huh ?
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    I have a buyer for this M2, but if anything changes, I'll let you all know.

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    Matt
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    How much would it cost to get a hd mount for this? Or do I have to buy a seperate M2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Manning
    How much would it cost to get a hd mount for this? Or do I have to buy a seperate M2.
    You would just upgrade the acromat, no need to buy a new M2.
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    The M2 has been sold. Thanks!

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