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Hama Universal Video Camera Mount, Suction Cup on

US $30.00

Fair Lawn, New Jersey, United States

Fair Lawn, New Jersey, United States
Excellent condition, used for a project filming. Please see pictures and details.
Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Part Brand:Hama

For sale is my Hama Universal Video Camera Mount, Suction Cup

Excellent condition. German quality and precision. 

Over sized huge suction cup perfect for larger cameras / video / stills. 

Bought for my car to do some filming projects but no longer need it. 

Selling for a great price considering I bought it for over $100. 

No reserve set !! Best offers accepted !!
Any question please ask. 
Thank you and Happy Bidding!!! 
Item will ship 2 to 3 business days after payment has cleared 
No returns accepted 
No (0) Zero feedback score bidders, unless you contact me directly beforehand. 
Shipping ONLY within Continental US, outside US please contact me first (you must cover any additional fees if necessary)
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