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John Pouncey

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  1. Gently used Preston HU2 with Omnishot battery adapter. Included: Handset 2 with G3 internals Transmitter 2 Omnishot battery adapter (no batteries) one antenna Unused grip 20 rings This handset works perfectly. It’s been owned by me and only used by me for the last ten years. It spent most of its time in the case as I’m mostly a knob guy, but Covid forced me to upgrade everything. So here’s all the parts I no longer need. It was serviced by Preston right before they stopped working on these. It’s seen little use since then. $700 OBO
  2. I understand your point, but Id hardly call needing to set up parameters on the Cinetape a must. Ive never been able to do so with my basic Cinetape. Id say the most important thing about pulling focus with the assistance of a Cinetape (as with the original Panatape) is to have the experience to know when to trust the number being given. If a focus puller needs the exact number displayed to him at all times, then that person should concentrate more on developing his skills. The Cinetape is only another helpful tool and should not be a crutch. Ive always viewed it as just a helpful bonus, not as a necessity. When youre shooting, you should be able to tell at a glance if the number being shown is your actors face, or the foreground actors shoulder, or the microphone, just above the actors head. These are all possibilities with the Cinetape. You just have to know which number is the right one. Thanks for your help. I know its a good price, I just cant justify the expense given how I use my Cinetape.
  3. No, thanks. Its too big of an expense for just the minor advantage it gives the user over the basic unit. Thanks anyway.
  4. I assume from the photo that the unit receives power and data through just the one remote cable. There is no need to power it separately?
  5. I have five PLC Electronics fStop power cables for sale. Three of them are 2pin Lemo Panavision cables and the other two are Ptap cables. Each one is $85 new. Selling them for $55 a piece, OBO. Thanks!
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