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Deke Keener

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    PRO CineLive, Titan arm, stuff, things, etc.
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    Atlanta, GA

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  1. Selling my running rig, originally built by Mike McGowan. STATS: PRO DB2 PRO 7” camera plate Wooden Camera upper and lower electronics PRO fixed post 3A gimbal PRO monitor mount 1/4-20 to PRO monitor mount adapter Single gold mount battery plate, 4 pin XLR camera power Adapter cable from 4 pin XLR to 3 pin Lemo (so your CineLive camera power cables are usable) Pelican 1615 case This is a great stripped down, lightweight sled that is really functional. I routinely used it with 2 black canisters in my Titan arm, always wanted to use it with an Atlas. Located in ATL. Free ground shipping within continental US $5800 dekekeener at me dot com
  2. Monitor works great, small scratch on screen as shown in pics. Included: Monitor Arri 3 pin Lemo power cable D-tap power cable Transvideo Noga arm Screen protector Polishing cloth Pelican case Free standard shipping within continental US $950 dekekeener at me dot com
  3. Own both, love the Volt. Different tools definitely, but the Voltmwins hands down when you consider weight and balance.
  4. Big fan of the Boland here. Great monitor, very bright, and balances well with an onboard batt. Just sayin.
  5. I’ve noticed some chattering if the batteries get low. Kind of a rude low voltage alert.
  6. DB2 in great condition, serviced last year. MDR diving board has been relieved to run my MDR4 flipped backwards, because I’m a bit backwards myself I suppose. Free ground shipping to domestic US - sorry no international shipping. $1800 dekekeener@me.com
  7. Hi Geoff - I got this response from Tyson in the Tiffen shop earlier this week when I asked the same question: Hi Deke, We still don’t have a rain cover from our manufacturer. The best option is to put a bag over the volt and tape or bongo tie spots to keep from any leaks getting in. I’m hoping we’ll have a rain cover somewhat soon. Tyson Galland
  8. Jerry - Thanks very much for that info. Another thing I learned quickly and unfortunately is that the pulley on the side of the gimbal is pretty easily susceptible to damage when hanging the sled up. In my first day of using the Volt (on my Pro sled) I broke said pulley - apparently it needs to be docked with the handle directly opposite the stand. Once it’s supported, the handle can be turned around, but docking with the handle off to the side is trouble. Cheers, - Deke
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