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  1. Kit includes 1 x Wheel & handle 1 x Camera plate 1 x Accessory clamp 2 x 3/8" Camera screws 2 x 1/4" Camera screws 2 x Instruction sheets Price: £85 Plus VAT If you are interested then please contact us at info@opticalsupport.com or call us on 020 7281 0999
  2. dear friends, I've a Pilot to sell, it's in good conditions, I used it on 4 theater stages... It comes with the original bag and with a very robust flycase tailored on the steadicam and accessories... The basic concept of case is that it is really sturdy, solid and handy, it is designed to leave your camera attached on the quick release plate, it has 2 wheels on a side and handles on 3 sides so you can also move the case as trolley. I can Mount for you a Manfrotto or Cartoni quick release plate. Now a Cartoni is mounted. The steady is located in Verona (North Italy - Europe) I can send it everywhere... and if you come here good Italian food and wine (Amarone) are provided of course... price is 2.500 Euro shipping excluded... :-) Here are the photos
  3. Dear Forums, I am purchasing my first Steadicam, the Merlin 2 with vest and arm. I will be mounting a Canon XF100 to the unit. Thought I might like the ability to remotely control the zoom as well as pause/record. The XF100 has a LANC port so I am looking at compatible remotes such as those offered by VariZoom, Libec and Manfrotto. #1 - Is this practical? My concern is mounting the remote control on the Merlin 2 so that it is convenient to use without disturbing the balance and function of the Steadicam unit with the additional weight of the remote, and drag potentially created by the connection wiring from the remote control head to the camcorder. #2 – If practical which remote unit (design and function) have most folks used with success. I am new to this technology. Any advice that can be provided would be appreciated. Best regards, Newbie Frank
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