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Daniel Loher

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    GPI PRO GEN II
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    Munich

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    http://www.dploher.com

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  1. Selling my Pro Vest. It's in very good condition. my waist is 34" and Chest 40,5". located in Munich Germany buyer pays insured shipping 3800€ (+19% VAT for EU sale) https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mdlgz0s976ag2du/AADOcvmUAtqQPK-0616QkXSba?dl=0
  2. Selling my Wave1. It's in an exellent condition - rarely used & fully working, 1st hand. 1x Wave 1 (SW Vers. 2) 1x Power Cable AB D-Tap-12V - WAVE1 (AB D-Tap/3pin Lemo 1B 45 cm/17.7“) 1x Power Cable Pro-12V - Wave1 (2Pin Lemo 1S/3pin Lemo 1B 45cm/17.5") 1x Case 4600 Euros ( additional 19% VAT applies in EU countries) buyer pays shipping or pickup in Munich
  3. Anyone in need of a SD Transvideo Titan Tx/Rx/RX Kit with a Rainbow II 6,5" SB Montior? Stripping off some gear I haven't used in a while. This Kit is in an excellent condition. Rarely used. 1x Transvideo Titan Tx 2x Transvideo Titan Rx 1x Tansvideo Rainbox II 6,5" SB Monitor with Directors Handheldmount 1x Sunhood All sorts of cables incl. Tx - GPI Pro, ARRi 3-Pin, D-Tap, Best Offer, Buyer pays shipping and fees
  4. Im selling my beloved Preston FIZ System. Its in very good shape and working condition. It was my backup on most shoots and beiing honest to myself, I don't need it. It's still 3G and works great as a system. I never had any problems... its Preston, what else to expect. Should you want to upgrade to 4G, Pretson can do the HU3 for about $.300. However you would need to find a new/used G4 MDR Unit. Some of the parts have never left the case. The package contains... Pelcian Case #4060 Hand Unit 3 [w/6xRings, 2xLi Batteries, Charger, Grip #4102 MDR-2 Motor Driver w/ Tranceiver Lid, Antenna, 24v #4200 DM-1 Digital Motor [with 15mm rod & .80m output gear #4201 DM-2 Digital Motor [with 15mm rod & .80m output gear #4221 0.80M output gear .50" wide 2x #4240 0.50M gear Canon Video - Focus, Iris, Zoom #4241 0.60M gear Fuji Video - Focus, Zoom #4242 0.40M gear Fuji Video - Iris #4301 Arri 19mm Swing Arm [side rod #4302 Arri/Panavision 19mm Swing Arm [top rod 3x #4320 Step Down Bushing 19mm/15mm Arri #4333 Moviecam/ Arri Bracket #4400 Main Command Cable 30' 2x #4410 Motor Cable [w/straight Lemo connectors 24“ 2x Motor Cable [w/right angle Lemo connectors 24“ #4435 Camera Cable: Sony Hi Def (MDR-2) #4499 Motor Driver Power from Arri 24Volt/Moviecam #4521 Camera Cable: Arriflex 435/535/SR3/ Mvcm 3 pin (MDR Not on Pics but included: 2x GPI PRO Power 9“ for MDR GPI PRO H-Bracket for MDR asking 10.000€ or best offer buyer pays shipping & transaction fee / additional 19% VAT apply for european buyers
  5. Hey Kyle, are you happy with the iBaird. I have replaced my provest with the WK backmounted vest as the Pro socketblock is way too high. However I find the Pro vest so much more comfortable. Are you happy with the iBaird? What is the weight distribution like. Any pressure points? The WK vest squeezes a nerve in my left groin quite badly, leading to stinging and tingling in my upper leg. Nothing I do seems to improve it. So now considering the iBaird... Thanks best regards Daniel
  6. This is an old topic but I do have some questions about the ibaird. I have replaced my Pro vest with a WK backmounted vest due to the high socketblock and have been using that for a while. I find that the WK vest puts lots of pressure on my left groin squeezing a nerve and causing pain and fatigue in my left leg. I have tried different sizes and cut out some padding but the nerve still gets thoroughly squeezed. So today I pulled out my Pro vest and find it so much more comfy and light weight. However, the socket block is way too high. I'm 6'4 and fairly skinny. So now I'm considering the ibaird but there is no place I can try it in Munich, Germany. I would like to hear of your general experience and the weightdistribution. Cheers Daniel
  7. I have been using the Transvideo HD6 SBL for a few years now and besides that it is indestructable and has many great features, the glossy screen is a nightmare outside. On a sunny/cloudy day all I see is the sky above me. I helped myself by sticking one of those antigloss screens for ipads on the glass which helped a fair bit with reflections but made the picture very "unsharp". I dealt with that for the last two years but for some stupid reason decided to take it off hoping to be positively surprised. Once again it was a battle to see anything besides the sky and clouds. For my next shoot I'll wake my ananolg GPI green montior from hibernation. This thing just rocks outside :-)
  8. Hi again, I'm also selling off my Transvideo Starlite HD5 monitor. It's in very good shape. I had used it with a gimbal only a few times. Specs: 3G / HD-SDI input + reclocked output 5" OLED touch screen with wide color gamut (EBU) Extremely lightweight: 190g / 0.4lbs 6-30v DC power input through Lemo2 "mini" Low power consumption (approx. 6W) Built-in tools: high-resolution waveform monitor, a precise vectorscope histogram of the luminance embedded SD card recorder delivers dailies in H.264 Package includes: 1 x StarliteHD 1 x Power cable mini-Lemo2 to D-Tap 1 x Noga Arm for Monitor 1x Sunhood 1 x HD BNC Cable 1 x 8Gb class10 SD card 1 x microfiber pouch 1 x hard case with custom foam See Transvideo website for more info. Euros 900,- (plus additional 19% VAT in Europe) Free Shipping within Germany if interested email me... mail@dploher.com
  9. I have been using the Wave1 a lot and I love it. It's always on my rig. There are some situations where I prefer to shoot with it turned off. A few times when setting up my rig the Wave wouldn't power on. The first time that happened it totally stressed me out however I found the solution is disconnecting the power cable for a second... and in the worst case just shoot without it. (Note aside: If a gimbal stalls, your screwed) The Wave does raise the camera a fair amount. With heavy cameraloads you either need to extend the sled bottom very far, or if you want to fly compact you'll need to counterweight with heavy batteries. I use a Pro rig. I have the assistant set up the camera more or less in balance, just how I would fly it without the wave. Never ran into off balance issues. It's an excellent tool that lets you forget about horizon to a degree and concentrate on the frame.
  10. I can't seem to edit my post. So here is a link to all the photos. They are at the bottom of the page. http://www.dploher.com/page-7/
  11. Hello All, I'm selling my Gimbal "MAXIMA MX30" (Hardware Vers. 1.5. / Software Vers. 2.0) The Gimbal works with payloads of upto 30Kg / 66 lb. It's in an excellent condition and has the latest software installed. I used it about 7 times olny and it comes with a bunch of accessories. Here are some specs... - FoMa Maxima MX30 Electronic Camera Stabilizer System - 32-bit ARM-based multiprocessors - extremely durable, high-tech ball bearing - supports camera systems upto 30 Kg /66 lb - supports cameras of any length (fits Alexa Plus, Amira, Alexa Mini, Red Dragon, Sony F55, etc.) - joystick on top for gimbal tilt & pan control - roll axis can be fineadjusted on the fly by turning a small knob. - 1.5 inch OLED display with status info and profile selection (5 different presets can be stored) - there is a jack for a thumb joystick but ist is not connected - power Supply: V-Mount - Maxima Setup Software 0.2.0.3 - optional wireless remote control (can be purchased via FoMa Systems) - optional "Betz-Tools "Schnitte"" for FIZ lenscontrol Setup of the Gimbal is extremely fast. Lens- changes needs no readjusting/recalibration. The MAXIMA MX30 Gimbal comes with following accessories worth €. 2000,- - Gimbal Case - Betz-Tools Quicklock System - FoMa Topholder (for secure mounting to a crane/jib, etc.) - ARRI Amira/Alexa Mini Power cable - Handgrip - Walter Klassen Slingshot Brackets - HP Pavilion x2 Detachable" tablet PC w/ Windows10 and the latest Maxima software installed - Some small parts Maintainance and service is done via FoMa Systems directly. Buyer pays shipping. I have many more pictures of the Gimbal and the accessories. Please feel free to contact me via email or phone. mail@dploher.com / +49 (0)170 4923342 €. 13.500 ,-
  12. I recently came back from a one day commercial shoot where I ran into some nasty problems. I arrived at the set, set up my GPI PRO Rig, put the Moviecam LT on and ran my quick test that everything works. We were shooting at 25 fps. My AB Hytron 50 batteries were fresh and fully charged, the 12/24V switch set to 24V and everything set up correctly but the camera would not speed up to 25 fps. Also the jumper block was the correct one (feeding the Monitor separately from CAM/ACC) At the same time the monitor kept going on and off in a similar pattern as the camera jumping from 24- 24.7 fps. We found a cheap solution that pretty much defeats the purpose of using a steadicam but it made the job work for the situation, thank god. Has any one had any similar experience. Hytron Batteries not feeding sufficient power? / Too thin cabling in the GPI post? I really don't want to run into this problem again, especially now that cameras are getting more and more power hungry. Thanks for any advice.
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