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  1. Hey everyone, we couldn't find a universal dovetail plate for the new Alexa 35 and Arri's rig-specific versions aren't going to be out for a while, so we decided to make one! As Steadicam Ops, it's always frustrating to have to buy a new plate for every new camera, so we are offering a discounted pre-order for the community. If you are one of the few working with the camera early and need a plate, message me directly and we will try to get you one before they are released! Check it out at our website! https://apexcinemagear.com/products/arri-35-universal-stabilizer-plate?fbclid=IwAR3sWCWon8dRjAFpuTgFfoYaGn6mju63LNvECFGmvbO0u6jVeKnbtRIzNFk
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  2. Hello everyone! I have a setup for sale that’s practically brand new and not used much. - Archer2 System: Archer2 Sled with AB-Mount, With small hd dp7 Monitor. - LX Vest - G-50x Arm - Volt Control Box, Volt, Power Cable, Interconnect Cable, Docking Bracket - Screws and Washers all sealed nicely in a flight case! Recently all serviced at Tiffen and ready to go selling the package for 32k open to offers!
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  3. Did a little research because I didn't have anything else to do today. The original xBone was designed to work with the Eco, Klassen and I think Action Products vest. The xReach also works with the Exo vest and others. The xBone CF makes no mention of working with Exo (from the flowcine site) and couldn't find any information on an adaptor. Doesn't mean one doesn't exist or that flowcine couldn't make one.
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  4. BETZ Wave for sale $5500 Buyer pays for shipping included BETZ wave camera plates 2 blue plate risers screws p tap to wave power cinelive to wave power pro cinemahd to wave power x2
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  6. Selling Full 12/24 Volt Trinity Package. The Equipment is located in Australia. Willing to ship anywhere in the world at buyers expense. Trinity has been fully service by Arri Australia and is ready to go. 45K USD K2.0010282 TRINITY 12/24 Volt from Factory K2.0010287 TRINITY Joystick Monitor Mount K2.0010569 Gimbal Handel Extender for 1.8in Gimbal x 2 K2.0010288 TRINITY Battery Mount, V-Lok x 4 (1 locking damaged) additional v-lok Anton Bauer plate plus flat plate for mounting (links etc.) K2.0010319 Docking Bracket, 1.8in K2.0010290 TRINITY PWR, Lemo 1B 4pin to 1B 4pin x 2 K2.0010470 Trinity PWR, Lemo 1B 4 pin to 4pin XLR x 2 K2.0024100 TRINITY PWR, Lemo 1S 3pin to 1S 3pin (only for TRINITY upgraded to 24V) x 2 K2.0014805 TRINITY Joystick Main cable (single BNC-SMB cable) x 2 TRINITY Joystick Main cable BNC ONLY K2.0014804 TRINITY power cable for Joystick Main cable – spare SMC cable for the TRINITY Main cable (K2.0014805), POWER ONLY. K2.0014803 Joystick Pwr. cable for Transvideo Starlite and SmallHD 503, 2pin Lemo Transvideo Starlite monitor and SmallHD 503 monitor in package Joystick to Transvideo Starlite 5 pin cable K2.0010296 TRINITY Ext. Power Cable, D-Tab to 1S 3pin K2.0014264 TRINITY and Artemis Post Extension 3B, 10pin length 8.5in, diameter 1.8in x 2 K2.0010466 Artemis Rain Cover Lower Sled K2.0010299 QL Camera Plate MAXIMA / TRINITY K2.0035956 SSB-1, Stabilizer System Bracket for TRINITY, MAXIMA, SAM plates – mounted to the TRINITY Head x 1 Donut Weight for Trinity - 800gram with inserts.(1.8/1.5") Custom dual loomed BNC cables x 2 Accessories K2.0010434 Hex Key 4mm/5.32in K2.0040046 CSS Post Tool for Artemis and TRINITY 3D printed TRINITY Centering Tool HEADLOK and Roll Lock Bracket for TRINITY TRINITY-Bumpers, 3D printed K2.0016274 Case Artemis Gen. 1, Rig, Pelican 1615 Air, with foam inlay TRINITY Head will be shipped in a SKB 3i-2317-14BE case Additional: Arri Trinity MSP-1 K2.0015385 PLC Wheels -3 wheel package for DP/operator control (Comes in the PLC travel Case) Any additional cables or related accessories not listed will also be included.
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  7. @Maxwel Fisher thanks so much for your reply and sorry for the delay in mine! I actually ended up looking around a bit more and decided to make a more expensive investment into a gpi pro cine live sled with Atlas arm. I'm really happy I decided to keep looking and have been having a blast learning the skill.
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  8. I am very interested in this. I haven't used a gen 2 in ages. Still have gen 1 lol. Does it this include everything I you need for it to work.
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  9. I'm brand new into steadicam myself (just bought my first rig last week) and I'd be horrified this being my first gig! Look at all those people! Yeah the horizon was floating around a bit, but it kind of ads to the energy of the event. You also had some great whip pans! Super confident landings on those. I'm sure some of the pros on here can provide some better feedback. Cheers,
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  10. Selling my Pro telescoping monitor bracket. Good condition, works great. $1300
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  11. Still available - new price £9,500 + vat Please note that this sale Excludes the volt.
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  12. I'd be so glad to fly down to the island to work on-site..... ;) Logical that you'd feel rocking when inertia the bottom is reduced. Spreading out the weight tends to suppress any rocking. It's very similar to balancing the rig. The faster the drop-time, the more minimized any off-balanced issues are to your fingers because the mass of the pendulum has been increased top to bottom, and the rig is holding itself upright rather aggressively. ( A 1 second drop opposed to a 3 second drop, for example ) I am a HUGE fan of taking an extra 2 minutes when doing a build to build the rig and then set the gimbal to neutral. Zero G, as I call it. Then very carefully arrange both axis so that the system is perfectly balanced. Even a slow drop time is using bottom-heaviness to overcome elements that are trying to pull the rig to one side or another. Only way to know if your build is perfectly centered is to trim fore/aft and side/side while neutral. Then, ASSUMING your gimbal itself is centered, your rig can and will behave exactly like a planetarium machine. You can tip it upside down and to an extreme axis- and it should hang there immobile. Any slow roll or sway is then easier to locate. I used to do it at workshops I taught. If there's a rolling or tilting that you cannot pin down to errant loose cables or trim, then cast your eyes to your gimbal itself. A useful bit to engage in every single time you build. It MUST be done out of the wind, of course. Any breeze will push a rig that's at neutral around. As to the issue of how to center your gimbal, there are written guides out there depending on which gimbal you are using. Glad to help you with this- but better to get those already well-proven guides into your hands. Which gimbal is it?
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