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Pro Series 2 X-65 X Thin Screen Plug-In CCTV

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This is the "Cadillac" of the CCTVs. The 17" or 19" model of this outstanding one-piece unit contains the largest flat screen LCD monitor we've seen to date on a CCTV. A great advantage of either ProSeries is its one piece, lightweight design that only requires your removing it from the box and plugging it in. Both models offer 2X to 65X magnification, autofocus, a storage small compartment for pens and pencils in the XY table, electronic table brake and advanced lighting. Each one also features a monitor with the largest depth of field available. An optional Effects Package (#999977) is available that offers color pallets, window shading, and colored line markers. Either model weighs approximately 25 pounds.

10% Restocking Fee for returns plus customer pays freight to Mfg . This item is useful for people with Macular Degeneration because the screen can be turned to accommodate people who are using their peripheral vision to see.

Extra Shipping for Either Model is $95.00.

This item ships directly from the manufacturer. Please allow extra time for delivery. From Vision Technologies


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