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  1. Hey guys! I'm completely mystified. Last saturday I had a broadcasting job. I configurated my rig but one thing was different. The cable MON to video and power for my monitor did not work. So I used a V-Mount battery for the Marshall and continued the tests for the event. After we finished all this I had some free time and had the „great“ idea to test the cable once more. I connected the power connector and the BNC video connector to the monitor (which was turned off) and after that the other side to the "MON" connector of my rig. Right in that moment I heared a frizzle inside the monitore
  2. I bought this Zephyr from another steadicam forum member. It has worked out great. A custom monitor yoke and the grip were added. Both are removable. The OE tiffen monitor mount hardware is included. I never had any issues with the arm, sled, or vest while operating. All components in the kit are in great working condition. No missing parts. Items have typical signs of use. Mainly seen on the vest and a few nicks on the outside of the arm. It has been carefully looked after by myself as it was by the original owner. It is time to make some space and find this system a new home. I am asking $5
  3. I have two monitors I am selling. Marshall 6 1/2" monitor model V-LCD651ST - power by an Anton Battery or 12v 4 pin XLR connector. - composite, component, 3G/HDI/SDI connectors. (No HDMI) - front control panel with 4 user configurable buttons Selling for $1,000 or best offer. Lilliput 10" monitor I used as a teleprompter monitor that I mounted over the camera lens. - power by 12v 4 pin XLR or ac adaptor. - composite, component, HDMI inputs and 1 audio bnc input. - monitor stand mount and stand. - A/C adaptor - remote control - articulated arm with 2 small
  4. Looking to sell my Zephyr. I am based out of San Francisco…. lease let me know if you are interested. Rig was bought from the amazing Brian Sergott last September. Rig was put through a thorough quality control check from Dan Ikeda at Steadicam prior to my purchase. ASKING: $6250 + Shipping email: brettaaronsims@gmail.com More details: - Steadicam Zephyr with Marshall HD Monitor - Low Mode Bracket - Extra V-Mount Battery Mount - Steadicam Handbook and EFP DVD - Mini C-Stand - 2 Dovetail plates - Docking station - Hard Case
  5. Hey Everyone, Parting with my Master Series Sled. Asking $7,700 for everything. -12v/24v Toggle Upgrade - HD/SDI (1 HD line, 1 SD Line) Down the Post Upgrade - Marshall 7" HD Monitor (V-LCD84SB-AFHD) - Custom 15mm Telescoping Monitor Bracket - Master Series Dovetail Plate - Jerry HillDock -3x 1.580 Hill Docking Collars - American Grip Steadicam Stand - Anton Bauer Interactive 2000 Quadcharger - 4x Hytron 140 Anton Bauer Batteries - 45lb Steel Weight Plate
  6. Ok, I have had this monitor for a while now. It's been sitting in the Pelican case doing nothing. I hadn't looked at it for a while and now that I took it out I see it has some shallow superficial scratches on the screen. It seems as though its from wiping the monitor. Or possibly from some foam... I"m not exactly sure. You Cant see them until the monitor has the sun directly in the frame. It's still a nice monitor but I would say it's b quality now. I am including the yoke with it. It is meant to go on a baby pin. I had found a baby pin with a 1/4 20 on the other end which w
  7. Selling New Marshall Digital Horizon module V-LCD-HI. It can be used with the Marshall monitors V-LCD651STX, V-LCD70XP and V-LCD70XHB series. Price: $200 Location: New York City
  8. Selling two of these monitors. 1. Brand New, sealed Marshall V-LCD70XHB-3GSDI with AB Mount battery plate. $1050 http://www.adorama.com/MAR7H3GABBM.html 2. VERY LIGHTLY used, Marshall V-LCD70XHB-3GSDI without battery plate. $850 http://www.adorama.com/MAR7H3GNBM.html
  9. Hi. We're manufacturing carbon fiber handheld crash cages to protect your pix 240 or small handheld monitor when you hand it off to a director or anyone else that wants to watch. We haven't come across a monitor yet(up to 7" did) that we couldn't mount in the unit. Works with every monitor(small hd, tv logic,marshall,etc), transmission system(bolt,boxx,paralynx,microlite), and battery/power system we've come across to date. unit weighs less than 1 pound. custom colors and logo casting into the resin gel coat available. check out this video Nv8r $475.00 Nv8r.com Happy to
  10. Greetings Steadicam brothers, I am a video assist operator and manufacture carbon fiber handheld brackets for small production recorders and small monitors. The bracket are made from a lightweight, strong, carbon fiber reinforced composite. They are sourced and manufactured in the US. The unit literally bounces and dissipates shock when dropped. Please see the short youtube video below. Standard colors are grey, black and clear. Clear looks like the typical carbon fiber we are all familiar with that is used for auto body parts etc. custom colors or colors from the fiberlay c
  11. Hey all, I'm in the market for a Marshall 6.5" Transflective monitor. I'd prefer it with AB or V-mount plates, but I'm not 100% set on just those two options, as most of the time, I'll power it off my sled. Is anyone interested in parting with this seemingly beloved treasure. (I don't know if it's just me, but they only seem to pop up on the second-hand market every so often, and never when I'm ready to pull the trigger.) So, just let me know if you're interested and maybe we can make something happen. Thanks everyone!
  12. I see a lot of refernces and endorsements of the Marshall 7" V-LCD70XHB-3GSDI, but no discussion of the more versatile and more capable Marshall 7" V-LCD70MD-3G The V-LCD70MD has higher resolution, lemo power jack, both SDI and HDMI input/output, lighter weight -- plus all the features of the other (800 nit brightness, flip, etc...). And it costs a little less. Is there any reason this model is not used as much on Steadicam? Thanks! Spec Summary: V-LCD70MD – 7” High Brightness Camera-Top Monitor with Modular Input / Output • High Brightness 800 nit LCD panel • 1024 x 600 p
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