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Scott Kealoha

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  1. Price reduced to $7,500. Email me with any questions. US only. I will not ship internationally.
  2. Price reduced to $9,500. Email me with any questions.
  3. Reducing the price to $12,900 OBO. If you have any questions please PM or call me directly. Thanks, Scott
  4. Reducing the price to $13,400 OBO. If you have any questions please PM or call me directly. Thanks, Scott
  5. Reducing the price to $13,900 OBO. If you have any questions please PM or call me directly. Thanks, Scott
  6. Price reduced to $14,500 OBO.
  7. This is a great rig with a lot of weight range flexibility. The package includes: 1 x Glidecam Gold Sled 2 section 2" post w/AB mounts (new centerpost cable) Rewired by Terry West. Now has an XCS/PRO HD centerpost cable and diode blockers added. 1 x Glidecam Gold Vest - Serviced by Glidecam about a year ago. 1 x Glidecam Gold Arm - 13-40 pound camera capacity. Total capacity of 56 pounds with sled 1 x American Stand Steadicam Stand - Includes wheels and docking bracket Janice Arthur Weight Cage/Plates - 1 x 11.5 and 1 x 6 pound plates with 8.5" posts 2 x Camera Plates - One for Large Cameras, one for smaller cameras 1 x Charger and 7 x Batteries - Anton Bauer Lifesaver Quad charger with 7 Proformer batteries. Batteries need to be re-celled. 2 x Black Pelican 1650 Cases - One for the sled and one for other items 1 x HD Monitor - Nebtek NEB70HDS. Has A/B mounts if you wish to add the battery to the monitor and includes a power cable to run from the sled. 2 x Panavision Cables 2 x Arri Cables 3 x T-Handle Allen Wrenches - 1 set with 3/16", 1/8", and 1/4" sizes Selling as a package and do not want to break up the components. Additional pictures available upon request. Asking $15,000. Will ship to US only. Call or PM Scott 360-713-3977
  8. Thanks, everyone! Great information and advice. I ended up with the American Grip wheels mainly because of the price ($135.00 plus shipping) and because I wasn't smart enough to post before I ordered them :). I had originally thought these would be too small, but realized the 1" refers to the Steadi Stand leg measurement and they are actually 4" in diameter.
  9. Thanks, everyone! Great information and advice. I ended up with the American Grip wheels mainly because of the price ($135.00 plus shipping) and because I wasn't smart enough to post before I ordered them :). I had originally thought these would be too small, but realized the 1" refers to the Steadi Stand leg measurement and they are actually 4" in diameter.
  10. Just ordered the American 2 Riser Steadicam stand (LS32). What caster wheels does everyone recommend? Thoughts on the 1" leg adapter wheels from (RSA02B) from American Grip? How about the Mag Steadicam 8"wheel set (Mag-SS W-08) from Backstageweb.com ? Anyone else worth taking a look at? Thanks
  11. Scott Kealoha

    Business Plan Training

    After lurking for several months I wanted to finally post and thank everyone for providing the information that guided me to taking formal training. I attended the Lake Arrowhead Classic this past March-April. It was a great experience and fueled my passion for wanting to become an operator. The instructors (Jerry, Garrett, Peter, Chris, Ruben, and Dan) were fantastic! I also had the opportunity to meet many of the members of this forum in person and they are all great people. I’ve realized that this is a very small and close-knit community. Like the many that have come before me, the question that came after training, however, was “Hmmm…I really liked that, now what?” I was eager to rush out and buy a big rig and start practicing without much thought as to how I was going to make money doing it. Up until a couple of weeks ago I was ready to do a “Thelma and Louise,” plunk down my money, and make a full go of it without any real business strategy. I remembered seeing that another member of this forum, Robert Starling, had offered a Business course with a rig he had for sale awhile back. I decided to ask around to find out what it was all about and eventually ended up giving him a call to learn what his training covered. To make a long story short, my wife and I invested in two days of training with Robert and we’re extremely pleased with the outcome. I already have a small business (in a completely different field), but we both gained an incredible insight into the business side of the Media industry. The outcome of the two days of training was a realization that I have some work to do to build a solid business foundation in my market. Once that is in place, I’ll be able to sustain my passion for Steadicam over the long haul. I recommend contacting Robert if you’re just getting started in this business or if you’re stuck trying to figure out how to make money with you’re gear. The training is structured with a formal outline and is not an informal chitchat session. Robert is very professional. At the end of the session he provides a plan that will help you meet your short and long-term goals. From there, it’s up to you to follow through. Scott
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