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  1. Selling my customized and upgraded Steadicam EFP Sled on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/122476829773 Everything is as described in the listing and includes a Transvideo CineIII Superbright SD monitor. Feel free to PM with any questions and/or just make me an offer! Local NYC pickup available and encouraged. Nico PS: Also selling KinoFlo Kamio Ringlight: http://www.ebay.com/itm/122476701736 SONY PVM740 OLED Monitor: http://www.ebay.com/itm/122476702706
  2. I am regretfully selling my amazing starter sled, the Ultra 1. I am selling because I recently upgraded to a more powerful rig to eventually get the artemis trinity setup. I also am expecting a baby boy in april so I need to make some room! I bought this sled from James Baldanza a few years back and it has been nothing but great. I am looking to get $12,000 for the sled (and hard case), a steadicam stand, IDX Battery Charger, (7) E-HL9s IDX Batteries (one of which charging lights doesn't work anymore), a bunch of cables, and I am throwing in the IDX Camwave HD/SDI wireless transmitter which even though you don't see around anymore still works in a jam. The sled was recently serviced by Tiffen, I have had it upgraded with an HD/SDI line, as well as changing out the old gimbal to the new steadicam ultra 2 gimbal. There is a third battery plate on the bottom of the sled, and has three different options for battery placement for power. This sled is a super post (27" to 71") so it can go super high mode or super low mode very quickly and easily. It still has the fore/aft - left/right top stage wireless trim control which is one of the few sleds that still has this amazing option. The tilt stage works like a wonderfully and maintains dynamic balance regardless of where you want to angle the camera. I bought an HD/SDI wondland monitor to replace the super bright monitor from Tiffen because it was an older SD monitor and I wanted the HD. It is a cheaper monitor, but works wonderfully and I have rarely had a problem with the light. It can be powered off the sled or with an IDX battery on it's back. This setup also comes with three camera plates (two long and 1 short), three posts (12", 3.5" and 5"), the ultra 1 low mode handle which has been upgraded to work with this ultra 2 gimbal, a 12V power cable, arri alexa power cable, a few BNC cables, the redbyte decimator downconverter (for use with Tiffen superbright as a backup), cables for the decimator made by konash, and also power cables for MDR2 and MDR3 systems. Please feel free to call or email with any questions. Devin Ladd 860-237-0754 devinmladd@gmail.com
  3. I have two MDR-2's for sale. I have recently upgraded to MDR 3 and would like to sell these off. They literally just came off a show, are in great working order, upgraded to G4 and Blue Dot, and are now available for a quick sale. Along with the MDR'2 I have Arri 24 volt power and Arri run cables for each, as well as two interface cables (usually $600 each). I also have one PTAP power cable that will go with one of the bundles. I would prefer to sell bundles together, but if you are interested in cables please let me know. MDR 2 Blue Dot G4 Serial #1020 MDR 2 Blue Dot G$ Serial #2299 (2) MDR 2 Arri 24 Volt Power Cable (2) MDR 2 Arri Run Cables (2) MDR2 Serial Interface Cables (1) MDR2 Ptap Power Cables I am in NYC and can ship anywhere (buyer pays shipping). Please feel free to reach out at devinmladd@gmail.com
  4. This is a complete system including sled, arm, and vest. It’s almost identical to the current package sold by Tiffen/Steadicam ($24,990.00). http://www.tiffen.com/videoarcher.html I’d still say (after 5 years of owning this system) that it offers the best capabilities for the price. You’ll be able to fly just about everything you’ll encounter for the better part of your career (Red, Alexa, some 35mm setups too), and it all fits in one case for getting around easily and flying as well. This system has seen plenty of use, but I have always taken EXTREMELY good care of it. I’ve made some upgrades along the way (noted below), and I’m throwing in some extras too! Here’s the breakdown: Sled - Archer2 Multiple dedicated HD lines through extendable post, lots of battery/monitor configurations, V-Mount SD Tifffen Monitor - Nothing fancy but works great for SD, fairly bright, frame line generator. Upgraded to allow the gimbal to be removed for cleaning or replacement if desired. Arm - G-40 with X upgrade. Effectively the same as the new G50X arms, just no “ride” control. I maxed out this arm at about 53lbs (33lbs of camera weight), and it still performed beautifully. Smoother than most brand new G50X arms I’ve tried. Vest - Standard LX Vest Added backstraps, which add quite a bit of rigidity to the vest. Modified front spar to allow for lower socket block placement, and for easy goofy/standard switching. This can be switched back to stock if needed. Swapped out crappy plastic wing nuts with stainless steel screws in socket block. Cables Steadicam monitor cable - power and signal in one cable. Lemo to 4-pin XLR, to power cameras off the top stage. Batteries (4) 150 Whr Li-ion - 2 of these power the SD monitor for 2 days! (1) 2-Position Fast Charger (1) Portable Slower Charger Extras Marshall Monitor - LCD70 w/v-mount and 3GSDI Of course, all the standard accessories in photos are included. Complete package for $21,500.
  5. Hello, Looking for a weight cage or someone who makes them in the NYC area. Needs to be able to fit FS700. :) Thanks!
  6. I've recently sold off my own Zephyr in order to upgrade to a larger rig... and now I'm finding that I miss it. I may have a DSLR shoot coming up this week traveling to Ohio (by car, ugh) that would be better suited on the Zephyr and was curious if there were any Brooklyn based operators who have a rig they may be interested in renting out from time to time. This shoot is not yet confirmed, but I know there will be stuff in the future that involves traveling where the lighterweight 'everything is in one case' Zephyr fits the bill for traveling, etc... Feel free to post here, because who knows, others may be interested in the list of available rigs, but also feel free to email me with 'Zephyr Rental' in the subject. - KWullschleger(at)gmail.com Thanks!
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