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Sony FS5 Accessories Giveaway - Zacuto and Portabrace

Sony FS5 Accessories Giveaway - Zacuto and Portabrace

This Giveaway is now CLOSED. Congratulations to our winner, Dylan Lee!
It's giveaway time! Enter below for your chance to win a Zacuto Sony FS5 Z-Finder and Portabrace RIG-FS5OR Shoot Ready® Rolling Camera Case. Giveaway starts Noon CST May 23rd and runs for ONE WEEK ONLY! Lots of ways to enter!

About the Sony FS5 Z-Finder

The Zacuto FS5 Z-Finder is specifically designed to suit the shape and size of the monitor included with the Sony FS5. The FS5 Z-Finder comes with a flip up frame designed to slide onto the FS5 LCD and lock securely in place. The Zacuto Z-Finder will pop on and off the frame for quick shooting. This Z-finder will magnify the LCD screen by 2x and has a diopter for specific focus tuning, and anti-fog. It cuts out any extraneous light and offers an initial point of stability by pressing your eye against our comfy, large eyecup. The included FS5 Mounting Bracket mounts the Z-Finder in place for shoulder mounted shooting. Find out more.

About the Portabrace RIG-FS5OR Shoot Ready® Rolling Camera Case

The RIG-FS5OR Camera Case with interior kit is designed to carry the Sony PXW-FS5 camera. The RIG-FS5OR has smooth-rolling, off-road wheels with ball-bearings and solid steel axels for added strength. This large and extremely flexible case is durable and complete with accessory items that will assure your gear is held safely and comfortably in place. The case is made from rugged 1000-denier Cordura® and features 1" thick padding surrounding a hollow-core plastic frame. The main compartment is accessed via strong YKK® zippers and a secure Velcro strip along the front flap. Find out more. a Rafflecopter giveaway Open to all international entrants 13 and older. Giveaway ends at 11:55 p.m. Monday the 30th of May 2016. Questions, Comments, Concerns? Email rachel@zacuto.com. Good luck! #withmycamera
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