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Band Pro Make Good On ‘Camcorder for life’ SRW9000

Posted on Jul 19, 2010 by Definition Magazine

The Band Pro upgrade deal with the Sony SRW9000When SONY announced the continuation of tape based camcorders with their SRW9000 HDCAM SR camcorder last year, they called it ‘The Camcorder for life’ mainly because of the upgradeability of the 2/3rd sensor to a full frame one. Band Pro are now adding to that upgrade path with lenses. This is their current deal…

The SRW-9000 is designed for future growth ond earning potential with on upgradeable sensor, lens mount and recording module. The HDCAM SR recording format is built-to-last. Already on industry standard and available at post houses around the world, you can rest assured that Sony’s solid state recording solution, SR Memory, will be just as universally compatible.

So why not make your lenses upgradeable as well?

Those who purchase a SRW-9000 and a set of ZEISS DigiPrime lenses now will be eligible to trade-in their DigiPrimes on a brand new set of leica Summilux-C Primes.*

Start working today:
2/3″ sensor B4 mount – HDCAM SR recording – 1O-set of ZEISS DigiPrimes

Upgrade to:
Super 35mm-sized sensor and PL mount – Solid State SR Memory – 8-set of Leica Summilux-C Primes

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