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hey yall tax time, basically done, but looking to calculate my total 600 withholdings from all paychecks. is this total available anywhere on the my600 website? i have pretty much scoured it but cant find it. I realize that i can go through all of my paychecks and total them up, but just seeing if anyone knows a singular source for this info. thanks! brett.
To all, I’m pleased to inform you that Teradek will release a lightweight companion receiver for Bolt that we’ve developed based on much of your feedback in this forum and with those who have reached out to me directly. You can find the original thread here http://www.steadicamforum.com/index.php?showtopic=21932. We will be announcing this at the IBC tradeshow in the upcoming days. I want to make sure Steadicam Forum has the first glimpse and detail of what we are calling the Bolt Sidekick. The Bolt Sidekick will be compatible with all 2nd gen transmitters Bolt Pro 300/600/2000 and will have the requested 300ft. line of sight transmission range ideal for director's monitors. More specs below. As a thank you to the forum, I will be organizing an exclusive pre-order window for Steadicam Forum members in the upcoming weeks. You will have access before the general public. And yes, I am absolutely trying to work in a sweet SmallHD bundle for you! Please feel free to post/send me any preliminary questions either in this thread or to me directly. I am currently in Amsterdam preparing for the trade-show but I will be checking back regularly as much as I can to answer any questions. To me, this product means a lot - still after 3+ years at Teradek, I’m proud to know I am working for a company that will listen to its customers, value feedback (including mine) and industry standards. Additional photos here: https://www.dropbox....DSO63s1tja?dl=0 Cheers, Andrew Ng Bolt Sidekick SDI - $1990, HDMI - $1790 Available in SDI or HDMI 300 ft. Range Line of Sight Pairs with 2nd Gen. Bolt Pro 300/600/2000 Transmitters Fanless design 7-17V Range 2-Pin Lemo Power ¼ 20” Female Mounting 9 oz Pairable in-field AB/V Plates Available Price - TBD Since this receiver was designed with intentions of a director's monitor solution, we understand the need for a streamline mounting/power system. Similar to our current Rx battery plates, we will have plates available which mount the Sidekick, but also allow for AB/V passthrough to power your monitor. The receiver itself is smaller than an AB/V plate, so we figured keep it as small as possible for all situations and if need be have this solution as an option.
hey yall i have been getting my ducks more in a row and have an LLC and all required insurance etc. on music videos, commercials, etc, its easy enough to bill through my LLC. however, when filling out a time card for a union show (paid through indiepay) should i continue to go in as myself or as my LLC? and then should i direct deposit into my business or personal account? ideally i would bill both equipment (see below) and labor as my LLC, and put both checks into my business account so that all of my income can start going to one place and taxes will be more of a breeze. however i am unsure if i will be credited my union hours if i bill labor as my LLC. thoughts? also, for my gear i can either do loan out as LLC or invoice for the gear (also as LLC). is there a benefit for one over the other? thanks for your help brett.