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William Demeritt

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About William Demeritt

  • Birthday 08/24/1980

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    Los Angeles, CA
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    GPI PRO CinemaHD and CineLive

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  1. Selling my MK-V Omega AR "v2" (with the brain contained in the base of the main unit, no additional accessories) as a kit. It includes: - MK-V Omega AR v2 roll cage with cables for CineLive sled (you can convert the cables) - SmartSystems Horizon Leveler - self-leveling monitor mount with weights. This keeps the monitor level without connecting to the AR. - MK-V "gravity" monitor mount - levels the monitor using gravity rather than electronics and motors. Solid backup monitor mount should you have issues. - Apple iPhone and iPad, compatible with the Omega AR app. Change the AR settings remotely using the iPad, and use the iPhone orientation tracking to level the AR to the same angles as the iPhone. The "Upgrade" movie had the effect where the camera rolled in perfect unison with the talent using similar tracking. Pictures to come soon, just listing it now. Comes with a Pelican case with the cage, cables and tools. The Smartsystems monitor travels in a separate box, but could be combined into the AR Pelican. Asking $21,000 for all of it. Buyer pays shipping.
  2. Hello all, as the subject says, I'm selling: - GPI Pro HD Centerpost with HD cable. No issues with it, I'm the 2nd owner (although it worked far more with me than the previous owner, so practically new before me). Asking $3,800 or make me an offer - GPI Pro gimbal with VZ grip. Works well and serviced frequently while in use. I'll clean it up before sending to you. Asking $6,000 or make me an offer. I'll discount if you take both.
  3. Another price drop, $23k and I'll break up the kit if requested.
  4. Dropping price to $27k, entertaining offers, photos are coming and I'll split the arm from the sled if interested.
  5. Pictures coming soon, but it's pretty much this as a package: GPI Atlas Arm + 2 grey canisters (trying to hold onto the 2x black canisters, but can discuss if you need them) GPI CineLive sled: (GPI DB3*, CineLive UJB, CineLive telescoping HD centerpost, Gimbal with arm, LJB, Gold mount Gen IV battery hanger, telescoping PRO monitor arm) Jerry Hill dock w/ 2x Jerry Hill docking rings 1x SmallHD 703U monitor + power cables Media Blackout Tally system (top and bottom, 8-pin bottom sled to power monitor and send tally signal, as well as LED bar for tally, and talent-facing tally LED bar) Included cables are 2x CineLive pigtails for GPI CineHD camera plugs, or convert to use your old cables. If you need a stand, I can throw one in. NO batteries NO vest *DB3 is the old version, not the DB3S. Has some cosmetic damage on the housing for the side/side knob, I can show you but does not impede use of the sled at all. I've got additional gak I can throw in to sweeten the deal (I'll give you a fiber jumper if requested, etc). Let me know what else you might need to make a deal. No vest. Asking $32,000 USD, located in LA, can ship within the US if you like.
  6. If I recall correctly, the camera did a solid job running off 2x 90wH batteries for 90 minutes, give or take. I had a similar selection of accessories onboard, so you'll probably do alright.
  7. I did a job with the Alexa35, it works fine with 24v power from your sled. The breakers are to prevent overdraw on amps, not volts. I used an old PRO 24v XLR cable (an old Movicam cable I had) into the Anton Bauer gold mount XLR plate, and it powered on from my sled no problem. You can fly 26v batteries in the battery position on the back of the camera, but I wouldn't recommend using 26v batteries on your sled. The 12v pins would become 24v pins, and the 24v pins would then be 48v. No bueno.
  8. I've got an Inovativ cart, one of the early generation Voyager carts in 36" I'm considering selling. Any interest?
  9. Batteries should match your work. I have Dionic XT batteries (90wH) for my commercial/scripted kit, and generic "BCB" (150wH) batteries for my live kit. In the past, battery brand name probably mattered more, but lately, the generic batteries seem to function just fine. And for the price, you're fine going for cheaper generic batteries if you need.
  10. Longer gimbal arms, for me, was a "better to have and not need" situation. Mounting gimbal arm zoom/focus controls works far better with longer gimbal arms, but also just using it naked just gives you a tiny bit of versatility that pays off in the long run. Hand clearance, monitor clearance, rig positioning, etc.
  11. While I agree it's probably overkill, if that's what the site admin wants, I'm guessing it's here to stay. Google Chrome has an extension to give you Google Authenticator in a browser window, so you don't need to use the app on a phone/device.
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