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    Ok this one is a bit further out because there is a lot of regulations with Lithium but It's worth showing so you guys know it is coming.

    Standard V-Lock interface

    47WH - Almost 25% more capacity than the original REDVOLT.

    Fits the profile perfectly of your DSMC2 Body. Eliminates interference with the DSMC2 Top handle etc.

    A lean mean battery for those quick tight shots and for gimbals and where size matters.

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    Nice!! Love the sleek slim design. What would they weigh?
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    These will be great!
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    Very cool. Any chance of a slightly thicker 95Wh version ?
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    Please make a stackable version.
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    Nice :) what might be the cost ballpark for these?
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    What are we looking at in terms of pricing with this one? Same as Redvolt XL?
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    Still sorting final cost. Going to be somewhere between current REDVOLT and REDVOLT XL...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent@RED View Post
    Still sorting final cost. Going to be somewhere between current REDVOLT and REDVOLT XL...
    In that case I might just buy a 4-pack then)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent@RED View Post
    Still sorting final cost. Going to be somewhere between current REDVOLT and REDVOLT XL...
    Feels like a great addition to my collection of Red Bricks. Use bricks for more controlled shooting, tripods, dollys etc. and when going fast handheld use these to reduce weight. It's much faster than having to change module, this is a superb solution!
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