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  1. Hello! I'm selling my Steadicam Flyer-LE. I've moved in to editing and have taken a full time position so I sadly no longer have need for my steadicam. This rig can fly cameras up to 19lbs, which is great for Alexa Mini and Red cam builds. It's a fantastic rig to start out on and if you're local to LA you can come over and I'll show you the ins and outs of flying it. It's pretty much a better but cheaper version of the Aero 30. This rig comes with a custom yolk that lets you rotate the monitor without losing balance. I've also included an 11lb weight plate for flying lighter cameras like DSLR's. This rig comes with... -Standard Flyer Vest -Flyer-LE HD carbon post sled, 12/24 volt with two v-mounts. -Flyer LE Dual articulating iso-elastic arm with bag -Dovetail plate -Marshall V-LCD70MD Monitor with a custom yolk. -11lb Janice Arther weight plate with Manfrotto quick release plate -2 x Steadicam Power Cube V-Mount Batteries (These last forever!) -Docking Bracket -Small C-stand (gary coleman) -25lb sand bag -Thermudyne traveling hard case with wheels and extending handle -Low-mode bracket -Assorted accessories. Metric Hex Wrench set, HDMI Cable. SDI cable. 3/8's screws. 1/4-20 screws. -Steadicam Operators Manual. Here's a link to the kind of model you'd be purchasing: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/553856-REG/Steadicam_F24LENPNN_Flyer_LE_Camera_Stabilizer_System.html The rig is in perfect working condition. There are only two small issues with the monitor. When it gets really hot, the monitor begins to vignette around the edges. And the protections screen is a kind of scratched up, although I usually operate without the protection screen. Despite these I still love this monitor, it's super bright and has a ton of view options. I have an Atomos Shogun and I still use this Marshall monitor for when I fly the rig. Price: $4500. Local pick up preferred. If you're wiling to pay the shipping costs then I am able to ship everything except the C-stand and sandbag. To make an offer, e-mail me at: lukeknezevic@gmail.com Let me know if you'd like to see more photos of the rig.
  2. FOR SALE UK: Upgraded Steadicam Flyer LE HD system with Zephyr Vest & Atomos Shogun Flame! In original square case with: - power & video cables, - custom monitor mount with rails, - custom lower junction box with HDSDI & XLR4 power outputs, - dual rotating v-lock battery plates which can be set to supply 12v or 24v power to camera, - custom docking bracket extension for dynamic balance spinning, and hanging the vest - big Allen key for gimbal adjustment - original SD monitor modified for XLR power & BNC Video - as new Steadicam Zephyr vest, a big improvement over the original Flyer one! Looking for around £4000 including the Atomos Shogun Flame high bright HD & 4K monitor/recorder. I will sell without the Shogun Flame for £3200. This Steadicam®️ will fly everything from DSLRs to broadcast cameras, FS7s, URSA Minis & even Alexa Minis. The Flyer LE has been well used but is in great, fully functional condition. The arm’s has a few knocks over the years but nothing more than would be expected of a tool like this. I’ve shot everything from indie feature films to Red Dwarf, outside broadcasts to Bear Grylls with this & love it, but it’s time to upgrade. The kit is in Salisbury, Wiltshire (Novochok land...) so if you can get here you're welcome to check everything out. No cameras, batteries or other accessories included bar those listed above, just thought you might like to see the rig in action with a variety of cameras & accessories, autocues, wireless transmitters, etc. Price needs UK VAT added, sorry.
  3. Hi Everyone! I'm selling my beloved Pro Atlas Arm S/N 038 with Gray Canisters. I bought it new from PRO and am the only owner. It comes in like new mint condition complete with bag, tools and spare parts. I'm selling it because I've somehow accumulated 4 steadicam systems and 5 arms over the years and decided to stay with 2 systems. Available immediately in Canada, US and potentially worldwide. Selling for $10,000 US or $13,200 CAD. Note: I'll be selling a Pro Cine-Live sled, Complete Steadicam Flyer system, and a pair of PRO Black Canisters in the near future as well if interested. PM me if interested and/or if you have any questions! Thanks for looking! Mitch
  4. I’m selling my Steadicam Flyer. I’m a second owner and it’s in a great shape. Selling because I upgraded my gear a while ago and kept it for a use with the lighter cameras, but I ended up not using it much. Steadicam Flyer includes: Vest Arm Sled (stage, center post, gimbal, monitor, battery holder) Steadicam Stand Power cable (4 pin XLR to small 2 pin Lemo) Video cable (BNC to BNC) “T” handle Allen wrench IDX Endura power Dual charger system 2x Endura IDX “V-Mount” batteries Can handle 4-15 pound camera Complete system selling for: $3,400 Please pm me to mostcams@gmail.com if you’re interested. Also I consider reasonable offers. Steadicam located at Tiffen office in LA, you can stop by and try the rig out, just let me know in advance. Best, Katy
  5. We offer our Steadicam Flyer LE The steadicam is in perfect condition. Complete with 2 cases for safe transport (softcase + hardcase) The system includes: - Iso-Elastic Stabilizer Arm (supports 19 pounds of camera weight and 30" double section lifting range) - Lightweight vest - Camera Mounting Chassis (Sled) - Carbon Telescoping Centerpost (18.5-32in/47-81cm ) - Active Matrix 16:9 Color LCD monitor (SD) - Battery Mount (IDX V- mount) - IDX Dual Charger and two Tiffen PowerCUBE batteries - Docking Bracket - Cables - Dovetail Plate - Tiffen SteadiSTAND (fits inside case) - Soft Case - Tiffen Hard Case - EFP Instructional DVD Asking price is € 3250
  6. In very good condition. About 5 years old. Has not been used much at all in the last 3 years. Includes 2 V Lock batteries plus charger Comes in protective Soft Case BNC connecter. Can connect to a large variety of cameras, using an adaptor Includes a custom made rig for using DSLR. (see photo) Feel free to email me if you have any questions. studio@movingpresentations.com.au Missing original allen key, but i have included a smaller one which does the job fine. Also missing the safety pin when on stand. I've been doing without it, but you could easily make one up. Shipping around $200 to US.
  7. Hello, I purchased a used Steadicam flyer (first gen I believe, grey arm?) and knew that the power cables from the battery plates to the LEMO connector (2-pin) was severed. My plan is to replace the cable harness to allow me to hook a LEMO to D-tap then a D-tap splitter box to hook up to a RED scarlet / monitor / bartek etc... I have a couple questions:1) Should I replace my two pin LEMO with a more modern three pin for power? Not sure if "more modern" is the correct term, it just seems to be in wider use. 2)How do I go about wiring both Anton Bauer battery mounts that were included on the sled to run up to that LEMO connector? I would like to be able to use 2 batteries on the bottom running together up the post to the power port. I'm not sure where to start on this, or if that is even an option (see included photos) Any assistance would be appreciated to get me started. Thank you
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