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Jb Lighting VaryScan 4 Compact 575HMI
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    Jb Lighting VaryScan 4 Compact 575HMIPublished on 06/19/13 at 05:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just bought 7 Varyscan 4 perfect aesthetic state, against inside ..... real catha!

    Complete disassembly of corny, cleaning, change lenses + + reflector lamps.

    Since this is a real treat, nothing from the reference marks. The faisseaux are really neat and powerful.

    Machines smelling the dutch qualitat, sturdy, strong and easy disassembly, a real child's play.

    For my part 7 scan to 1000, the value for money is exploded!

    If someone wants to get rid of 4, 6, 8 or even 10 of these bécannes, he contacted me quickly!!
  • Jb Lighting VaryScan 4 Compact 575HMIPublished on 12/27/06 at 15:20
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    After 5 months of use in mobile ever saying anything, except some problem of lamps, the power supply cable of this dernire mystrieusement melted one of my scanner in use It should print some as a weakness since I rpar I had no other problems.

    In terms of ventilation was fouled quickly, certainly it is a well-ventilated scanner but never went into protection even APRS 2 days non-stop.
    For the shutter blade no problem with that veil of heat or noise abroad.
    The beam and the optical head is admirable, a lot like the Clay Paky (Compar on Tiger Mini Scan and Scan HPE).
    The carcass is also well done, trs is "old school" compared what is now found in tt with plastic corners, is the......
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    After 5 months of use in mobile ever saying anything, except some problem of lamps, the power supply cable of this dernire mystrieusement melted one of my scanner in use It should print some as a weakness since I rpar I had no other problems.

    In terms of ventilation was fouled quickly, certainly it is a well-ventilated scanner but never went into protection even APRS 2 days non-stop.
    For the shutter blade no problem with that veil of heat or noise abroad.
    The beam and the optical head is admirable, a lot like the Clay Paky (Compar on Tiger Mini Scan and Scan HPE).
    The carcass is also well done, trs is "old school" compared what is now found in tt with plastic corners, is the pure mtal from top to bottom and strong will.

    I bought 8 and I will keep much longer.

    In rsum fully satisfied!
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