Peter Engh M3 Quick Release Sony F3 Camera End - XLR 7-F to Dual XLR 3-M RA with 2 x RCA Return (11")

Peter Engh M3 Quick Release Sony F3 Camera End - XLR 7-F to Dual XLR 3-M RA with 2 x RCA Return (11")

Peter Engh M3 Quick Release Sony F3 Camera End - XLR 7-F to Dual XLR 3-M RA with 2 x RCA Return (11")

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Peter Engh M3 Quick Release Sony F3 Camera End - XLR 7-F to Dual XLR 3-M RA with 2 x RCA Return (11")

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The M3 Quick Release Sony F3 Camera End - XLR 7-F to Dual XLR 3-M (RA) with 2 x RCA Return from Peter Engh is a breakaway cable to connect the Sony F3 audio inputs to a field mixer or recorder outputs using an XLR 7-pin connector "break point." The connector configuration is oriented to the camera's handle (as opposed to the lens).

The camera end features two XLR 3-pin right-angle male connectors that terminate in an XLR 7-pin female connector. The return monitor send is available on dual RCA phono connectors. Sound monitoring for the camera operator is provided by the camera's headphone jack.

Neutrik 7-pin connections on Quick Release points for maximum durability and ease of use
Allows for the addition of 7-pin extension cables to adapt to all setup challenges
Ultra-tough, Mogami 2602 multi-core cable
Neutrik XX Series XLR connectors
Black cable, black connector shells with gold pins
Handcrafted in USA
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Peter Engh M3 Quick Release Sony F3 Camera End - XLR 7-F to Dual XLR 3-M RA with 2 x RCA Return (11")
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    Length 11" (28 cm)
    Connectors 2 x XLR 3-pin Male (right-angle)
    1 x XLR 7-pin Female
    2 x RCA phono
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 6.0 x 1.0"

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