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  2. Wow. That is quite the tale. Glad you are doing better, keep the faith!
  3. Do you know when they were last serviced? -Gareth
  4. Hi, everyone! I recently found some vibration on my efp top stage. I think it comes from the front five screws that belong to the clamp edge. All the screws seem to be very tight and i'm afraid that they broke if I try harder. How could I solve this issue? Do I have to take the top stage off the post to solve that? Thanks Pedro
  5. Yesterday
  6. It’s a hack mod. Roll bar cage bracket.
  7. Hey Jake, Which monitor mount are you using for your low mode monitor?
  8. Selling my beloved Archer2... - TIFFEN ARCHER2 STEADICAM (GOLD MOUNT) - TIFFEN STEADICAM VOLT HORIZON ASSIST - ARCHER2 VOLT DOCKING BRACKET - TIFFEN ACCESSORY 3RD AB BATTERY MOUNT - 7” MARSHALL V-LCD70XHB-3GSDI - MARSHALL V-LCD-HI CAMERA HORIZON INDICATOR - CAMJAM QUATTRO MONITOR BRACKET - CAMJAM UNIVERSAL MONITOR MOUNT - CAMJAM RECORDER MOUNT - ORIGINAL ARCHER2 MONITOR BRACKET - TIFFEN G50X ARM - STANDARD & 6” ARM POST - LOW MODE BRACKET - 1.5” POST LOW MODE GRIP - 1.5” LOW MODE MONITOR BRACKET - ARCHER2 TALLY SYSTEM - ARCHER2 STEADICAM CASE Minor cosmetic scratches here and there but overall taken care of extremely well. $32,000 Buyer pays shipping jkbtlr2015@gmail.com
  9. 2 DM2 Motors #2978 & 2992 2 Motor Cables 2 Hill 2 Preston brackets 6 Stepdown rings Rodrigis Mount PFX Brackets Iris ,Zoom, wide focus gears $3300 obo 8473437255
  10. Any decent deals out there? Thx y’all
  11. Price Drop: $3,800, buyer pays shipping. Also an operator was kind enough to give me some feedback on the vest that may help inform a future purchase. The vest is for someone with a waist size between 31-34. The back of the vest measures, 19 and 3/4 inches, which will be suitable for people measuring between 5'10'' - 6'01'' in height. This is also a bit stiffer version than the new Klassen Vests, which from his feedback felt better. Thanks.
  12. Paulius, Derek, thanks for the kind words. The app is simply called Omega Control. I messaged Ruben and asked he chime in here so let’s hope he does so.
  13. Thanks for sharing your experience!
  14. I’m looking for a PRO Sled with Betz Tools Top Stage, Volt gimbal(if available) and a G70 arm. Seller available for shipping worldwide cus I’m in Vietnam
  15. Hey, I'm looking to pick up a Wave1, if anyone might have one for sale. Message me. Thanks!
  16. Previous owner was Katy Most who was kind enough to entrust me with this kit and now I in turn am ready to entrust it to a new operator. I am hoping to sell it all as a package deal. Some items are being added as extra but can be removed if not needed by the purchaser - I will label which items these are. I will reduce the price of the overall package if the buyer does not want this items. Price is listed at the bottom of the post. Based out of Austin, TX. Can meet anywhere in Texas. Anything out of state will require shipping. Buyer pays for shipping. For Sale: Tiffen Steadicam Archer2 (v mount) - HRPC 2760W Sled Case with Custom Cut Foam - Tilt Motorized Stage - HD Marshall Monitor (original monitor) (comes with 3 pin lemo and 9 pin lemo power options) - Motorized Head Gimbal Remote - Low Mode Kit (F-Bracket) with 3 posts (3", 6", 9") - Jerry Hill Docking Ring (one for high mode docking and one for low mode docking) - 4 x Steadicam Weight attachments (one is missing the 1/4 20, but that can be easily replaced and inserted) - Additional V-Mount plate for 3rd battery (3 pin lemo connection) - SOS Long Plate (for quick transfer from steadi to sticks) (SOS female plate has been given 4 additional threads that I can use to install a Gyro to the bottom of the post, they do not interfere with the original threads) - Standard Steadicam Plate Steadicam G50 Arm (X performance upgraded labor/parts - I have the paperwork for this and can provide documentation to potential buyers) - Weather Arm Cover (with bag) - Steadicam Arm Bag Steadicam Ultra1 Vest (previously owned by David Svenson) Jerry Hill Docking Bar Modern Studio Steadicam Stand (not pictured but comes with 3x Slip On Caster Wheels - will update with picture of attached wheels, increases height by an additional 6-8") (OPTIONAL - can be removed to reduce overall price of sale) The Maximum Height is not exactly accurate, I've been able to get it taller with leg adjustment. With the wheels on, I can use it with no issues (I'm a 6' 4" operator). - Minimum Height: 34.25" - Maximum Height: 55.75" - Footprint: 32" Archer Thermodyne Case (not pictured but will add and update post) (OPTIONAL - can be removed to reduce overall price of sale) V-Mount Battery Kit (OPTIONAL - can be removed to reduce overall price of sale) - IDX Dual Battery Charger - IDX 146Wh, 91Wh - 2 x Core SWX 98Wh All photos here and ADDITIONAL photos can be viewed here (more to be added of the steadicam stand caster wheels and thermodyne case) - if any other photos are requested, I can add additional detail photos if needed. Apologies for limited photo content on post, 2mb limit is.. well.. limiting. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/17yle5sU-SoXXu5zQKzzLJ8sCx2QSegBv?usp=sharing NOT INCLUDED OR FOR SALE (Practice Cage, Canon DSLR, Decimator, SDI BNC Cables, window sill plant) Starting Price for the kit when including EVERYTHING: $20,000 Price is negotiable and can be reduced further based on optionals that are not needed/wanted. Feel free to DM! Cheers everyone, Jared
  17. Last week
  18. A little personal story that I would like to share. Back in 2012 I started having some right knee problems. My right knee had had issues since I was 15 y.o. as I had a skiing accident and I blew my ACL, nevertheless it never got reconstructed. It all started as pain and slowly I started losing strength on my knee. I was in the middle of shooting a long series so you can imagine the struggle I was going through. The situation kept getting worse and worse. I had made plans so see and specialist but in the Canadian health care system you have to wait for your turn so I was doing due diligence. I began to fear for my job. We still had a few episodes to shoot on my show and my situation was getting worse and worse. Half of my energy was directed towards not letting it show on set. The last thing you want is you Steadi guy to be limping around. I crawled towards the end of the show and finished it. By then, I was a disaster, things like going downstairs or getting out of the car were a huge struggle for me, not alone flying the rig, go figure. I finally meet the orthopedist and the prognosis was a lot worse that my nightmares, I had severe osteoarthritis on my right knee and the only solution was to go for a full knee replacement. Having had blown my ACL at 15 and living through really crappy healthcare (another story for another time) lead to extreme wear and tear of the cartilage on my right knee. I had a long chat with the specialist and he said that I could go for the knee replacement right away back in 2012 but he would recommend (due to my age at the time) that I would wait as long as I could. That the replacement was not a permanent solution and that I could get better with physiotherapy while postponing the knee replacement. My whole world just collapsed, at the end of the day making a living as a camera/Steadicam operator and to make things worse I’m a very passionate downhill skier. My livelihood and my hobby were all of a sudden going down the drain. Needless to say I went into a downwards spiral and I had no idea about where to move to. I was panicking. I started doing physio and spending very long hours at the gym trying to get out of that mess. It was indeed a very slow process. The biggest question on my head was weather I was going to be able to continue doing Steadi on the short term and more importantly weather I was going to be able to do it after having a full knee replacement done. I had nobody to ask to. I asked my doctor, I tried to explain in detail what we do and what it implies and he said than he thought it would be OK. I asked my physiotherapist, I tried to explain in detail what we do and what it implies and he said than he thought it would be OK. But at the end of the day what we do it very hard to explain to a “regular” folk, so I asked myself, “who knows the most Steadicam operators on this planet?” Garrett! I reached out to Garrett hoping he would know a Steadi op that had had a full knee replacement so I could contact him and get some light on this dark hour. I remember his answer very well “ I don’t and if I do probably he/she is hiding it is because of the same reason you are “. Wow! He blew my mind but he was so right, last thing we want is people thinking we can’t do our job. Especially when it is so physically demanding. Time passed and I was fully committed to get ahead and go back to set and to the slopes. It was not easy, it was exactly the opposite of it, it was hard, slow and really annoying but I got there. About 6 months after that I was back on my feet flying the right and skiing. I managed not only to get my strength back but to be pain free. I never took anything more than over the counter Advil for pain. Life went on for 6 years, I was pain free and I kept working and skiing. I had to meet with my surgeon once a year just to make sure everything was still OK. You have to remember that I still needed to get my knee replaced, I was just buying time before the big surgery. Then 2018 came, I had my yearly visit with the doctor and he asked me “how are you doing, can you go for another year without the surgery?”, I just said yes, everything was great. But this time instead of him saying “that’s great, see you in a year” he mentioned that I should not wait for the replacement for too much longer. My cartilage was completely worn out on the right side of the knee and I was bone on bone. Even when I was functional and pain free waiting for too much longer would compromise the replacement efficiency so we went ahead and scheduled the surgery for January 2019. Needless to say I was petrified, I did not what to expect. In 6 years nobody could tell me weather the implant was going to be good enough so I could get back to work as a Steadi op but I had to go ahead with it. I Went into the operating room, things went well and the surgery was a success, now it was time for a very long and very, very, VERY painful recovery, at the end of the day they cut the two biggest bones of your body to place the implant so you can imagine the level of pain. I did my physio and slowly I went back to work, not doing Steadi but operating on a very nice show that I have being doing for a few seasons. Eventually, about 5 months after the surgery I took my first Steadi day, things went actually pretty well. That cloud that was roaming over me for several years was finally dissipating, I could fly the rig with a full Knee replacement!!! Things were not as smooth after that but I don’t want to bore you with details, suming up my implant got infected and I had to have a second surgery and thankfully we won the battle against the bacteria. They say is only a 0.04% chance of these implants to get infected, well… I should have had bought a lottery ticket. I contacted Garrett again to report about the progress of this story and he suggested that I would share my story on the forum so here I am. Sharing it so other operators with similar struggles could reach out. No longer I fear people thinking I can’t do My job. I just did a 2 pages and change oner on my current show (Amazon’s American Gods), 15 takes and not for a second I had to think about my knee, I think that qualifies as trial under fire. Now my story is out in the open, if any of you need somebody to approach about this sort of heath issues I would be more than happy to help
  19. Thank you so much for the information Alec! That video is truly spectacular. I'm wondering if you know the name of Ruben's app or if it is open to the public as I'm having trouble finding much information about it. I did see a video and it looks amazing but I'm not sure what it's called. Thank you so much!
  20. 3 separate systems for sale. All in good working condition and all come in their own specially made Pelican Cases. All come with 2 Receivers to each Transmitter. All have Gold Mount battery panels. All include an Array Panel and complete set of mounts, antennas, assorted camera power cables, and short bnc cables. 1)Tomahawk2 2)Tomahawk 3) Bolt 3000 (barely used) Make me an Offer for any of the above
  21. This is what I need the least but want the most. Beautifully done.
  22. For an extra $2,000 I’ll include a bottle of Pappy for you. :)
  23. Hey Nick I have a Zephyr for sale, im located in San Francisco. 6000. daniel74lopez@gmail.com
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