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Christopher Kechichian

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About Christopher Kechichian

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  • Birthday 09/01/1991

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    Steadicam Archer 2
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    Beirut, Lebanon

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  1. Hi everyone, I'm selling my lightly used Bartech system. As you can see, the system is very well maintained and fully functional. Here's what's included in the package: - BFD Transmitter - BFD Receiver/amplifier - M-One Analog Focus motor (Very accurate, responsive, and reliable even in extreme conditions) - Matte box rod receiver/amp mounting bracket (the 4 small screws are missing but you can easily get new ones) - 5x Aluminium focus rings - Lens gears: 0.8m-32P, 0.6m, 48P, 0.5m, 0.4/64pitch, extra wide 0.8/32pitch - Various Rod collets - 19mm universal mounting bracket; will mount on either side of the motor in either direction - 2.5" universal extension/offset bracket with 19mm attachment tubes (1.12" and 2.12" length) - Hard case for the BFD system and another hard case for the motor and its accessories Cables: - M-One motor cable (LEMO 5-pin) - Receiver to Hirose 4-pin 12V power cable - D-Tap to Hirose 4-pin power cable - Receiver to ARRI RS power cable with 24/16V converter - Receiver to Panavision power cable with 24/16V converter - Receiver to Gimbal mount remote control module Everything in the photos is included. Asking for 2750$ + shipping. Item is located in Beirut, Lebanon Let me know if you need additional information or photos. If interested, please email: contact@christopherkechichian.com Thanks, Christopher
  2. True, but it's always better to have a guide to refer to. Thanks for your reply. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Thank you Steve for the detailed reply. May I ask why was your product discontinued? I'm interested in buying one... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Gentlemen, I'm the proud owner of a Transvideo Cinemonitor 6" X-SBL and love everything about it. However, after many jobs I'm noticing that the included virtual horizon 2 becomes off balance after a pan, tilt or other minor movement (even though on their website it's written that the monitor has real-time shock compensation and acceleration compensation.) I have already turned off the (0 Cal on Tap) parameter and still have the problem, which is starting to annoy me honestly. So, I'm herewith looking for solutions and would like your expert advice. Transvideo have the Virtual horizon 3, can anyone give me their feedback on that? and what about the Tiffen WHM-BG? anyone recommends that? Pros and cons of each... I know that XCS have their programmable digital level plus as well, but at 9700$ it's far out of my budget. Thank you, Chris
  5. Brooks, thank you for this wonderful post and for all the great work you've done. Much respect!
  6. Hi all, I'm selling my backup monitor. It has served me well for many years and since I got a new one, I stopped using this one completely . It has cosmetic wear and tear, but it's in very good working condition. Great for someone looking to buy a quality monitor on a limited budget. 3G SD/HD SDI, HDMI, analog, YPrPb & RGB For a complete list of specs, please check the transvideo website. (It's the 2011 generation) It comes with Hood, screen protective cover and Pelican case. Asking for 1000$, buyer pays shipping. Email to: contact@christopherkechichian.com Attached Images
  7. Thank you gentlemen for your replies, much appreciated! I finally got the 6" one since the 8" is too heavy for my rig but I can't complain, the monitor is just excellent!
  8. Hi Greg, I reread your post regarding the batteries and power management, but I have a curious question. ( please excuse my naivety) You said you're running your sled now with two 235Wh batteries, however batteries with this capacity weigh around 2Kg each, so how do you balance your sled? I think it's nearly impossible to have two batteries on the opposite side of the monitor (no dynamic balance, and maybe a chance to have vibrations). Do you use one battery on the bottom of the sled and another on the opposite side of the monitor? Isn't this kind of setup a bit limiting? Thanks again.
  9. Hey everyone, So I'm looking to upgrade from my old 6" Transvideo monitor to the newer daylight viewable one but I'm lost with which size to choose. The price difference is negligible and the number of nits is quite enough in both so they're not a factor to consider. However I'm more interested in the pros and cons of each one in terms of weight (is the big one too heavy and might cause vibrations?), framing (is the smaller one easier to scan quickly?)(does the bigger size help see minor details in the frame?) etc. Thanks for all the feedback. Chris
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