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Kyle Jacobs

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    GPI PRO Cinelive
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    Los Angeles

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  1. Selling 2 IndiPro 98wh Gold mount batteries with a dual charger. I have never used these on a job, they were only used for practice at home. Recently upgraded and no longer have a use for these anymore. Perfect condition, no scratches or scuffs. Everything works perfectly. This kit sells for $589 new. Listing for $475 OBO. Located in Los Angeles. Buyer pays Shipping.
  2. Brett, thanks for the great feedback. One of the many reasons I am considering Transvideo is because of their reputation for excellent customer service (although my experience with SmallHD's customer service has been a good one). Have you used any of Transvideos 7 inch models and would you consider them a viable option? I.E. StarGate V2 or Rainbow? I think I will also take another look at the 6-inch models... Deke, do you run a bubble level on your Boland? Do you wish you had a digital level? Thanks again for the replies!
  3. Hey all, I recently upgraded to my first big rig (PRO Cinelive sled, Atlas arm, Exovest) and am looking at switching to a different monitor. The Boland BVB07 is on there currently, that's what came with the rig. My question(s) are for the folks who have used monitors with built-in digital levels I.E. Transvideo, etc and monitors without digital levels. I am stuck between spending the extra money for a Transvideo or something like the SmallHD 703 and adding a bubble level. I currently own a 703 and am very familiar with it but I haven't used it as a Steadicam monitor yet. I guess my real question is if I were to go the Transvideo route, is the extra money worth it over something like a 703 and which models should I be looking at? I really like the Stargate V2 for its form factor and size, does anyone have experience with this as a Steadicam monitor? Or should I be looking more towards the CineMonitor 8" models? For those of you that are using something like a 703 or a DP7, do you regret going that route? What are the benefits you see in using those monitors, what are the drawbacks? Has using a bubble level or no level at all hurt your operating or make you wish you had gone with a monitor with a built-in level and the features that come with monitors at a higher price point? I look forward to hearing from all of you, this place has been a wealth of knowledge for me over the years, so thanks to all who contribute!
  4. $2000 OBO in Los Angeles. Boland 7" BVB07 DayBright monitor, extremely low hours, pristine condition, no scratches anywhere! Anton Bauer gold mount plate 24" 8 pin power cable included Mounting kit for Quattro monitor yoke
  5. Up for sale is my Steadicam Scout HD. This rig has treated me well. I've flown cameras of all sizes and weights from A7s, to BlackMagic Ursas, to fully built REDs. I recently picked up a big rig and the time has come for me to offload the Scout! ASKING $3200 OBO. Make an offer, I need to get rid of this! It's just taking up too much space! LOCATED IN LOS ANGELES. -5 lb to 18 lb Payload -2-Stage Adjustable Iso-Elastic Arm -Dual-Axis Vernier Adjustable Stage -18.5" - 32" Telescoping Centerpost -7" 800 Nit HD Monitor w monitor shade -Standard Vest -V-Mount battery rack -Docking Bracket & Dovetail Plate -3pin to 4 pin xlr camera power cable -4pin to 4pin power cable -2 Indipro 95Wh v-lock batteries with BRAND NEW DUAL CHARGER - Steadicam stand -2 camera plates -Weights -Carrying bag
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