21 Years Factory Universal Coupler Lock for Cyprus Manufacturer
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- Strong break resistance
- Easy to install and remove
- Fits standard couple latches
- Package Content: one Hitch Trailer Lock
- Finish:chrome,bronze,yellow paint
- Durable and dependable
- High security square key design
1. Lead Time / Delivery time of mass production
Normally our lead time is 20-35 days.
2.Can you provide free samples? Sample deliver Time?
Yes, one or two free samples are available and you are willing to pay for the air freight
As for the trailer hitch series, there is no MOQ. And of course price will be different
according to different quantity. The MOQ for car bike carrier is 1*20’ container.
As for large orders, T/T and L/C are OK, and for small order we prefer 100% T/T before shipment.
5.Can we order customized colors.
Yes. A MOQ will apply and a longer lead-time is required. Please send us your Pantone Color no.
We ship small batches by air, and large orders by containers.
7. Can we have our logo on products?
Yes, any item can be with a Logo
Link to download my original footage for study & analysis: https://we.tl/H8laBqsC6K Feel free to post, but you must include a prominent link back to the YouTube video: https://youtu.be/CcIvQ8nUMHQ Newspaper article on sighting: http://www.squamishchief.com/news/local-news/large-ufo-caught-on-video-in-squamish-1.21563811 Several locals said orbs have been spotted above “The Chief”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stawamus_Chief at Squamish: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squamish,_British_Columbia, so we setup within view of the granite monolith, the second biggest of it’s kind in the world. At 10:59 PM, this huge yellowish white ball of light appeared out of nowhere & then proceeded to go into the woods. Thanks to Breslin Martin of our group for spotting it so I could film it with my night vision scope. It moved 100% silently. Note how any trees in front of the orb block the light, while trees behind the orb are lit up bigtime.
We’ve been traveling the world for almost 3 years now, interviewing 100s of observers, going into the field with them and this equipment, experiencing, seeing & documenting UAPs. Here’s our teaser clip for the TV series “Making Contact: Be Inspired”: https://youtu.be/7EbN6VYUmfo
Official FB page: https://www.facebook.com/MCBIproject
Equipment list & more links:
Making Contact: Be Inspired – Official YouTube Channel:
Our best still shot sighting:
Close-up of same shot: https://flic.kr/p/VZCAow
Equipment list in video, clockwise starting from the left:
Full frame SONY A7S Mark 2, converted to IR (near infrared):
Used more for general spotting, it has a wider SONY 70 – 300mm lens FE 4.5 – 5.6 / 70 – 300 G OSS
A second full frame SONY A7S Mark 2 with all filters removed, converted to full spectrum, for UV (near ultraviolet), the visible spectrum, and IR (near infrared) as well.
For closeups, a Sigma 150 – 600mm lens 1:5 – 6.3 DG 095 with a Sigma 2x teleconverter to make it equivalent to 300 – 1200mm, and a Sigma adapter to take the Sigma Canon mount to a SONY E mount:
A plastic sighting tube, so when something is spotted, I can quickly move the setup around the sky & find it in the tube very fast. Once it’s seen in the tube, all other cameras & scopes will see it in their screens as well.
A GSCI thermal scope monocular TLR-7150M Elite Package FPA 640 x 480 @ 30 HZ, with 6x, 150mm germanium lens. We’ve had several sightings that show up in thermal, but are invisible in the other cameras.
For recording images, a PV110 recorder is used:
A GSCI Generation 3 Night Vision Scope PVS-14C with Photonis XR5 IIT image intensifier tube, automated & manual gain control, 10x, 270mm lens.
For viewing & recording images & video, an Apple iPhone is attached against the eyepiece.
At the end is a Nikon P900 with the 35mm equivalent of 24mm – 2000mm, 83x zoom for extreme zoom on visible objects.
A full frame SONY A7R Mark 2 with regular visible is set on time-lapse mode to record a 1 second photo every 2 – 3 seconds for the whole viewing session, to capture things in the general direction the gear is pointing that might also be in the sky:
A wider 24 Sigma lens with a Sigma adapter to take the Canon mount to a SONY E mount:
A second night vision scope same as the other, but with no zoom, for spotting at night.
A rechargeable battery with 2 USB outputs to keep the iPhone & thermal video recorder charged for the whole viewing session.
A second full frame SONY A7R Mark 2 with regular visible spectrum is set on video mode to record the whole session to capture things in the general direction the gear is pointing that might also be in the sky.
The images from the 2 SONY A7Ss & thermal scope are directed to the monitor screen, an Aputure V-screen model VS-2 FineHD:
Below the equipment is a Manfrotto Pro Video Head with 2 arms & a ManfrottoMark II Super Pro Studio heavy duty tripod with crank:
The cameras, scopes & monitors are all fixed to a 5″ x 30″ x 1/4″ aluminum plate.