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About Cinesteel

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  1. If it had a regular fitting on one end, I'd call it a "Rat Tail" which would be used for moving a commonly unplugged BNC from inside a wet weather bag for example. This? I'm not sure how I'd use it...
  2. As much as it pains me to say it, the PDmovie remote AIR 3 (Dual motor with thumbwheel) might be the path to go. The motors are fine, not great but they'll cope with stills lenses and light cine lenses. Thumbwheel just needs a battery connection and it's otherwise wireless. I wouldn't go much cheaper than the PDmovie (the tilta version maybe) as the servicing and customer support just isn't there below that price point. It'll get you up and running and you'll have a hand unit to give a focus puller if you get one.
  3. I'm curious as to peoples opinions on PLC electronic solutions. Are they not an official distributer or are they kind of a competitor using Jims hand units?
  4. Jim posted about extending the range on this forum a few years back - HERE He recommends trying the half wave antennas on the RX only Analog Receiver Antenna Digital Receiver Antenna Higher gain antennas will probably fix your issues, plus they're fairly cheap so worth trying.
  5. Shoot Blue and Pixie Pixel are indie friendly and have good alexa mini packages. I've used them a lot and haven't had a bad experience. Filmscape are often the go to for very low budgets but I've had problems. Lots of hand holding is needed so you don't get bitten after returning kit. They're getting better though. If you can, go to Arri directly. Get a quote. If it's in your budget, go there. They have everything and your AC's will be happy
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