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  • Birthday 04/12/1991

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  1. I believe this is the Walter Klassen piece you are reffering to, Jerry. https://shop.walterklassen.com/products/gpi-pro-rigid-socket-adaptor
  2. It's funny, Unlike you Kevin, I use the low mode monitor for low low, and the regular monitor for high low, so opposite to how you use it. I've found myself in many situations where I will transition from one monitor to the other during a shot. I think the low mode monitor is one of the last things I would remove from my sled even if it is extra gack not in use. As for preference the feelworld 6S is a great lightweight SDI monitor that is bright.
  3. Can you define mechanical jitter? Just curious, was it in the recorded footage, or rather by eye looking at the motors? I can also hands down say you are making the correct purchase. That cam-jam bracket is a god-send, adding rods to the DB2/3
  4. I'm quite happy with mycasebuilder as well. Just had this made up. 
  5. The screw you are tightening is suppose to go through that big black spacer on the post. Slide the spacer back and put the screw through the battery plate, then the spacer, then through the post and out the other side.
  6. Probably a squeak, right? I get it too sometimes.
  7. Pics just loaded (I'm on my phone) I definitely agree with Alan. I think that battery is a big contender for the vibration coupled with the extended post. Get a power cable and you probably don't need that weight at the bottom once the battery is gone. PS I found mounting the monitor laid down onto the support much more sturdy, that monitor looks like it could vibrate a lot being so far out.
  8. With the Zephyr, if the post is extended at any length, there is definitely a high probability you will find vibration on a mid-to- heavy build, especially when running. Do you have any photos of your setup? how much was your post extended ? Unfortunately the Zephyr isn't extremely stiff even when the post is fully retracted, especially with extra weight at the bottom.
  9. I'm seeing the same thing, but to be honest, when it's not just a blank screen and there is an image, I can't notice it. Can you?
  10. It uses small batteries (Canon Battery Pack BP-955) There is no point to power it off of the rig because one battery can power it for a couple hours with no issue.
  11. The Canada Goose jackets are actually made in Canada. Used to drive past one of the factories here in Toronto often. That's one of the things they pride themselves in.. rightfully so! www.canada-goose.com/our-story/our-story.html
  12. Ok thanks. For a moment, I thought I may have missed a new receiver announcement or something from Bartech.
  13. With regards to the backlight: I don't have experience with the Cinetronic, but if it is the culprit as Afton suggests it may be then shining a bright flash light at the screen might help you see the image on the display and diagnose that problem.
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