SKU: GC47-KB-HDMI16-BK

Kondor Blue HDMI to HDMI 40cm Thin Braided Cable for on Camera Monitors (Black)

Kondor Blue HDMI to HDMI 40cm Thin Braided Cable for on Camera Monitors (Black)

Connect your camcorder to your on-camera monitor with the black 16" Kondor Blue Braided High-Speed HDMI Cable. It supports 4K 60 Hz and 3D video and features a nylon braid. The cable is suitable for use with equipment such as Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras, the URSA G2 camcorder, and the HDR 12G Video Assist monitors.

Suitable for use with Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras, URSA G2 camcorders, and HDR 12G Video Assist monitors

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Kondor Blue HDMI to HDMI 40cm Thin Braided Cable for on Camera Monitors (Black)

Connect your camcorder to your on-camera monitor with the black 16" Kondor Blue Braided High-Speed HDMI Cable. It supports 4K 60 Hz and 3D video and features a nylon braid. The cable is suitable for use with equipment such as Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras, the URSA G2 camcorder, and the HDR 12G Video Assist monitors.

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