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Anton Bauer D-2722 Battery Charger w/ TWO Anton Bauer Dionic HC and ONE Dionic 90 Batteries

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#1 jeromefauci



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Posted 17 July 2012 - 04:40 PM

The Anton Bauer D-2722 Battery Charger is A/B's most advanced charger to date- This Dual Station Charger includes a DDM module and a 70 Watt AC power supple.
and is one of Anton Bauer's interactive 2000 series. Completely compatible with all current and future Gold Mount Batteries. It includes Auto balance & rejuvenation modes (for batteries that have been drained for long periods of time) Life saver maintenance modes & LCD display the reads Batteries charge status, available capacity, % of maximum charge, Battery Serial number, Voltage , Internal temperature & more. This charger sells new for $1300.00-

Also includes: TWO Anton Bauer Dionic HC lithiun-Ion Gold Mount Batteries with 91 watt hours, 14.4 DC, 10 amps, and Real Time Display read out- at 1.8 lbs (800grams)
these are the best weight to power ratio Batteries Anton Bauer makes- Which makes them perfect for Steadicams, On- boards for HD Cameras and Hand-Held use.
These batteries sell new for $500.00 Each. These batteries are Two years old -but have ben used sparely with a video transmitter system.

Also including a Anton Bauer Dionic 90 Lithium Ion battery w/ real time display- still in great shape and perfect for an extra accessories- like a Cam Wave or on-board monitor- this battery sells for $400.00 new

asking $1250.00 for this entire kit-

email: jeromefauci@me.com

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#2 Osvaldo Silvera SOC

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Posted 21 July 2012 - 12:05 AM

Had a question, and found the answer, thanks
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