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  1. Clearing out the shelves before I move. Check my other posts for stuff you might need. Most of it is backup gear/aks, lightly used over the last 5yrs. Make me offers! Everything available separately. Most of these cables have the smaller 3-pin LEMO FGG.0B for the sled side, like on Archer2, Clipper, Shadow, Ultra2, M-1, etc. Happy to send you a closeup image of the pins on both ends, if you have any doubt before buying. Half are Tiffen cables, the other half are from MediaBlackout or TerryWest. Some are "legacy" cables that might still have an application, otherwise we'll just have to laugh about planned obsolescence. If you know about cross compatibility of the camera cables, please comment below. Here they are in no particular order: LEMO 3-pin "Ultra to Alexa 24V" with 90˚ connector at the camera, 24" length. LEMO 3-pin to Alexa 24V power with straight connector at the camera, 36" length. LEMO 3-pin to Paralynx LEMO 2-pin, 24" length. IIRC, this can also be used for other TX like Teradek, etc. but we'll want to check polarity. LEMO-3 to XLR-4 ENG camera power, 24" length. LEMO-3 to "RED epic/scarlet" 12V LEMO-6, 24" length. LEMO-3 to "REDcam 12V" LEMO-6, 20" length. I think this is for the original RED ONE! Came with my Archer2, and has only been used with Tiffen's in-house RED body for demos. LEMO-3 to LEMO-2 BFD receiver power, 7" super-shortie for mounting the receiver under the nosebox. LEMO-3 to AB p-tap quad, 18" length. So useful for all those aks. LEMO-3 custom LED voltmeter. Add voltage readout to your 12V line and stash the display anywhere with velcro. Made this myself after wrapping a sled for rain and couldn't see power meter. P-tap 12V input to TVlogic mini-XLR-4 36" length. Old backup cable for my TVlogic monitor, in case monitor cable failed. If anyone is interested, make reasonable offers. Everything works great, I just don't use this stuff. Located in Los Angeles, local preferred, or buyer pays shipping. PM me on the site, or for faster response, email: red288GTO@gmail.com -Evan
  2. Used for 10 days - for 2 hours a day. Selling for USD 2,800. Easyrig 3 700N Stabilizing Camera Support w/ Adjustable/Extended Arm (5" Arm, 33 to 44 lb) Load Capacity Range - 33 to 44 lb Supports Both Film & Video Cameras Ergonomic Design Flexible Belt System Enhanced Hip & Back Support 5" (12.7 cm) Adjustable Arm Weight: 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs) Height: 90 - 100 cm (35.4 - 39.4 in) Suspension line (fully stretched): 88 cm (34.6 in) Min / Max load: 15-20kg INCLUDED: Support arm (ordered by camera weight) Lockable camera hook (standard/Philips) Vest (breathable material) Hip belt (breathable material) Manual and instruction DVD Transport bag The EASYRIG portable camera support is a new and cost effective system which can be used with both film and video cameras. Ergonomically designed, the EASYRIG reduces the static load on the neck and shoulder muscles and distributes it to other parts of the body more capable of handling it. The EASYRIG gives you the speed and mobility of a hand held camera, while still achieving steady shots from the shoulder and hip. The powerful suspension lines will easily accept the new lightweight digital cameras and the heavier professional Betacams, as well as 35mm film cameras. The EASYRIG is ideal for news broadcasts, sports events, documentaries, commercials or many other hand held situations where stability is crucial and where the freedom to move is essential. After work, just fold away the EASYRIG in its specially designed carrying bag. EASYRIG allows you the freedom of shooting from various positions, only now you will not feel the weight. Simply lift the camera from your shoulder as you would with an ordinary hand held camera Shipping from London, United Kingdom.
  3. Hi All, I Have Stedicam Pilot VL, and would like to know if its possible to upgrade the internal wiring to a lemo connection so i can power and use my RED Monitor and power the camera (RED Scarlet Dragon) from the Stedicam bottom mounted Battery. Has anybody been able to upgrade their rig, or know where to order parts and cables ( Maybe from a higher end Stedicam) that can be retrofitted to my Pilot. Running the cables off the camera is pretty tricky to operate, and having v lock battery on the camera is just overkill with weight. Im in Australia. My Stedicam only has sd connection and dc power connectors thanks for your help in Advance. Daz Sticky Productions Melbourne, Australia
  4. Hey guys...i have an epic rental package ready to go at a really affordable rate. Have all my gear listed on the gear page on my website. Check it out. All my contact info is on there or you could send me a pm if interested. http://www.kevwelch.tv/read-me/
  5. I am interested in building a customer base to rent out my red epic. For that I am willing to rent out my entire package for only 500 dollars per day to the right customers. Please email me with some info about yourself and the use for the project. This message is to gauge the interest of the markets so if you are looking for this kind of deal please message me now to start up a business relationship. EF and PL Mount 5 inch touch display Red tactical cage Plenty of media Plenty of power Sliding dove tail Servicing the New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia markets Website to come: kevwelch.tv Please message kevwelch@mac.com to being a conversation
  6. I bought a Switronix Recon Wireless TX/RX several months ago and have had really good results. I did several Alexa jobs and had very few dropouts and a pretty great LOS for the pricetag (75-100 ft consistently). However, I just finished my second RED job with this setup and for the second time I was plagued with dropouts all show long. The first job was a one day music video. Then on a 5 week feature with RED EPIC as A Cam and Red One as B Cam, both gave me serious problems. I talked to Vinnie at Switronix (their customer service has been phenomenal btw), but they have no idea why I am experiencing such problems with RED only. Has anyone experienced this problem specific to RED cameras? Or does anyone know anything I might try? I know my assistants tried outputting several different signals from the EPIC, but I am not sure what all they tried. None of the settings seemed to work.
  7. any cinematographers flying with glidecam hd4000 + red scarlet/epic here? so far i found only couple poor setups very "indie" sytle :-) anybody found comfoprtable working solution, solved fixature to connect monitors and batteries probably to lower part of glidecam? which cables, attachements? thanks for advice...
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