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Gordon Li-Ron

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About Gordon Li-Ron

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  • Birthday 05/21/1979

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  1. Selling this Steadicam 3A system. Green Springs in the Arm. Sled has an electrical issue. Monitor begins to go soft after a minute of use. Monitor either needs to be fixed or replaced. - Steadicam 3A Sled 12 volts (With Pelican Case) - 3A Gimbal - 3A Post (Non Telescoping) - 3A Topstage - standard Dovetail - (2) arm posts - 3A J-Box (Brand new from tiffen) - 12 Volt power cable - BFD to 3A power Cable - Long BNC - Short BNC - Post Grip - Alan Wrenches set - Anton Bauer MP4D quad charger - 3x Anton Bauer Trim Pacs. (Battery B is showing signs of dying. Other 2 are working well) - 3A Arm (Green Springs) - 3A Vest - Pelican Case for Arm & Vest EXTRAS Docking Bracket and C-Stand Original Manual 2x Ratchet straps for vest Extra Large anvil case. Steadicam sand bag Shoulder bag for accesories $7200 OBO Contact Gordon gordon.liron1@gmail.com (818) 209-7849
  2. I really didn't know Jeff but by strange coincidence, his daughter worked for my mother at a local bay area newspaper. I just heard this moment that he passed away this morning. I hate to be the one to announce this, I only knew of him by reputation and feel very sorry for his families loss.
  3. THAT WAS AWESOME. I Saw another version of this earlier this year. It was paroding the superbowl. Its a series I guess. This one is so much better! Thanks for posting it!
  4. I wanted to post a picture from a ridiculous job I did this weekend. I thought it might be a good idea to create this thread so we can see the type of jobs us newbs are working on. Anyways....here is the rundown. Typical super low-budget horror movie. Camera is ARRI 2B....NO videotap! I had to mount a mini-dv camera ontop of the matte box. No follow focus or focus puller...SO SET IT AND FORGET IT! :unsure: I hope more NEWBS like myself will post pics of their set-ups. I think it would be cool to see the other end of the spectrum in the steadicam world. For some of you really new to this site....you need to be a sustaining member to post images. It costs like $30 roughly... i think. You should do it anyway. This site is managed by a lot of cool people (FOR FREE) and they deserve our gratitude! Thanks again to all moderators and Tim Tyler for this site!
  5. For a short time, I had access to a BVW300 which i used to practice with. I also have a cage and i definitely notice a difference in the feel with mass spread out. It was a good camera to practice with but I haven't yet had a camera on my rig that felt close to it. I mainly fly 16mm cameras and have only had a couple of 35s on my rig. I just flew an ARRI 2B this weekend, which i will post pictures of later. Given the budget and production value...I'm going to create a thread called YOUR SETUP "DE-JOUR" FOR NEWBS" I should have turned down the job but who can refuse a a movie about a white samuri priest who fights vampires....I mean come on!
  6. I'm from the bay and I've always wondered why nobody thought it might be a bad idea to name something with ADOLPH and GASSERS. WTF? Anyways, I've always gone to DTC....heard many good things about JCX though
  7. hey charles, can i use that on my IIIa top stage? IIIa doesn't have the quick release top stage and I hate having to slide the camera in versus just snapping it in at the top. thanks charles. gordo
  8. Alex, That is really nice of you to offer your brother the funds to take the workshop. I'll basically relay what other OPs told me when I was getting into steadicam.... the workshop is the cheapest investment when it comes to steadicam. Rigs can cost anywhere between 7k and 70k depending on brand and the application it will be used for. If supporting him with a purchase of a rig is something you're not willing or capable of doing, then definitely hold off for a while. If he is really interested in steadicam, he will have to make a choice and do what it takes. I was always fascinated with steadicam and thought it was entirely out of my reach. One day I asked myself why can't I do it too? I began to realize what it would take and two years later here I am...still very new to steadicam and struggling in between jobs but I love it so much...very glad I made the choice. I Still have a long way to go but it will be fun. good luck
  9. NICE PACKAGE! He's got a pretty nice rig too:)
  10. My J-box has seen its last days Looking to pick up a used one. If anybody has an extra one laying, please get in contact with me and let me know how much you want for it. thanks
  11. I'm guessing my 4pin 12v jack on my j-box is dead. I was wondering if anybody in san fernando area might have an extra IIIA j-box i could borrow for tomorrow. I would really appreciate it if somebody wouldn't mind letting me drive on over sometime this evening and pick it up. I could have it back to you tomorrow evening or the next day....whatever works with your schedule. Thanks
  12. Hey Lars, Chris, and Stephen, thanks for all the info. So here is what happened... We had to power the bartech with a battery belt so the ac was teathered to me. Also, I told production to rent a modulus and they didn't and the director insisted on seeing it at video village. Plus, sound guy showed up without wireless and began to plug in 4 cables!!! All of a sudden, I'm teathered to 6 cables and going to three places. After so many takes I made a fit and said screw sound and video village. I got it down to two cables and then I nailed the shot in 3 takes. I'm guessing my 4pin 12v jack on my j-box is dead. I was wondering if anybody in san fernando area might have an extra IIIA j-box i could borrow for tomorrow. I would really appreciate it if somebody wouldn't mind letting me drive on over sometime this evening and pick it up. I could have it back to you tomorrow evening or the next day....whatever works with your schedule. Thanks CHRIS....You would have been disapointed in my posture yesterday. I noticed myself hunched over a few times but refused to straighten up so I wouldn't screw up the shot :( Gordon
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