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  1. This is a complete kit ready to go onto any production, It includes a single channel controller, wireless Microforce and any cables you will need plus spares. The hand unit was modified by Panavision technicians for aerial work on Mission Impossible Fallout and Mulan and has an extra aerial meaning it now has a range of up to 1 kilometer. Kit is currently in New Zealand but international shipping can be arranged. Due to restrictions on shipping batteries the kit will come without any batteries but the charger is included. The kit is housed in 2 x Pelican Storm 2300 cases, one laser cut for the essentials and the other for back up items. Price indication $29000-$27000, all offers considered. ryanspearman@orcon.net.nz Main Components: 1 x HU3 1 x g4 MDR2 1 x Focus/Iris Single channel Handest 1 x Digital Microforce 1 x Radio microforce module. 1 x DM1X Motor 1 x DM2 Motors. 1 x Heden M26VE Cables: RS Run x2 RS "Y" Cable (power and run) Epic Run 11 pin Fischer run Red One run PV Genesis run x2 PV 12 volt PV 24 volt D Tap Power RS Power (Arri 3 pin) 24v 3 pin xlr 12v 4 pin xlr Mini EXT to RS converter Cinetape Interface cable. Motor x 4 Extension command cable RS Microforce Y cable (for stand alone zoom control) DTap Microforce Y cable Misc: Iris handset discs PV Zoom and PV Iris pitch motor gears. Pan handle converter for microforce handset
  2. It's really easy to map your own lenses in prep, might be overkill to be downloading them from elsewhere. Plus every serial number could be just that slight bit different- so best to do it for each job individually. Eventually you'll build up a list so thorough, you might just have every lens
  3. It's really easy to map your own lenses in prep, might be overkill to be downloading them from elsewhere. Plus every serial number could be just that slight bit different- so best to do it for each job individually. Eventually you'll build up a list so thorough, you might just have every lens
  4. Yeah, had a quick play with creating the lens file on set today. Certainly seems counterintuitive to be using camera based lens info as opposed to lens based info. Fantastic potential though, I'm sure it will be great in the future.
  5. Thanks Teddy, that's great. Where did you get the cinetape cable?
  6. Hi guys, I'm using a wcu4 on an Alexa Xt with Cooke Anamorphic/i lenses. LDS is working fine and I've got the focus and iris values on the handset but the actual scale with the depth of field isn't showing. Any ideas? It's pretty frustrating Ryan
  7. Has anyone used the Arri meta data on anything other than an Alexa? I've got it working fine on an Alexa but not the mini or amira. It's a pretty handy function if you spend most of the day zoomed in
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