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I bought this as part of a package deal and currently carry a monitor that uses a different yoke. Quattro I can be updates to Quattro II with these parts: https://shop.cam-jam.de/product/upgrade-kit-quattro-monitor-arm-2/ This yoke currently sells for 190€ ($215.00 USD) plus shipping from Germany. I’d rather see it get used than sit on my shelf. Please email for all inquiries.
Hi everyone I'm selling my Cam-Jam Quattro Monitor Bracket. It's in pretty good condition. Only couple of minor scratches, but perfectly working. I had used it on the outer post of a Betz RIG for a Transvideo 6" X-SBL. I'm asking 800 EUR € For inquiries please e-mail me at: email@example.com Cam-Jam Quattro Monitor Bracket for Transvideo 6” 1.Quattro Monitor Bracket 2.Reduction Ring (for Betz RIG outer post) 3.All mounting screws and adaptors for transvideo 6” x-sbl included Shipping within EU preferred, Buyer pays for shipping and upcoming money transfer fees Cheers
Stephen Consentino posted a topic in Steadicam Marketplace - For SaleFOR SALE Cam-Jam Quattro Universal Monitor Arm with integrated yoke I am selling my Cam-Jam Quattro Universal Monitor Arm with integrated yoke. It is less one year old and looks brand new. It was on my rig that I just sold and my new rig already had one on it so I don’t need this. The Cam-Jam Quattro Universal Monitor Arm is without a doubt the best monitor arm I have ever used. It is rock solid, light-weight and completely vibration free thanks to it’s four point mounting system. It allows you to infinitely adjust your monitor position and instantly go from high to low mode positions all with no change in balance. You can use the arm with almost any monitor from Small HD, Transvideo, Boland, Odyssey, Ikan, Cinetronics, Nebtek or Marshall with the addition of a monitor mount from Cam-Jam (not included here - cost is $50-$100 depending on model). I also have (for an additional $50) an Universal Adapter for backup monitors that allows all monitors with a 1/4”-20 threaded hole on the bottom to be mounted to the Quattro Monitor Arm, not using the yoke. With it’s 2” diameter clamping ring, you can mount the Quattro Arm on most any stage of any Steadicam rig as custom adapter rings are available for any post diameter (I am including one 1.5” and one 1.9” adapter rings). For more info see the Cam-Jam website at: https://shop.cam-jam.de/product/quattro2-monitor-arm-with-yoke/ The price new is 1,230.00 € (about $1,450 US) with the two adapter rings. I am asking $1,100.00 If you are interested PLEASE EMAIL ME DIRECTLY do not post questions here, I don’t check it often enough. Direct emails will get very quick responses. Thanks, Stephen Consentino Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 914-837-0120
whats shakin yall?! has anyone played around with external tiltheads, like the cam-jam or chrosziel? i like the idea behind the cam-jam. not worried about having to rebalance on the go or having to play around with dynamic balance, thats all part of the job. i have read around a bit but wondering about some personal stories. could be a fun item to have in the kit regarding the cam-jam : ever any issues with plates slipping or any vibration? the betz claims to be vibration-free. is it the same as the chrosziel model? brett.