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  1. WTB - Actionproducts rebel arm heavy load spring cores (55lb or 75 lb). (The ones I have are up to 44lb.).
  2. RED Edition ActionCam for sale with all original parts. Just serviced and cleaned. Great condition. - Zero-g Arm - RED Edition Sled - Back Mounted 50 lb Vest - Dovetail Plate - RED ONE power cable - Includes wheeled Explorer case for arm & hardware (no case for the vest) Looking for $9500 OBO Higher Rez Pics: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sov9u70sjexuqlj/IMG_2620.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/z6pb7encpteefb2/IMG_2627.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/71hkm2mn48ln3o5/IMG_2590.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/olivd89vpd0au7s/IMG_2591.jpg?dl=0 http
  3. Hi guys, So has anyone tried and compared these vests : Walter Klassen, ActionCam Back Mounted 100lb vest, Exovest backmounted. The Exovest is a front and back mounted vest I guess, but in this case I wanted to know how is the experience with it when backmounted. Thanks! Vahe
  4. Hello to the forum, I have been reading trough a lot of posts, so I will try not to be repetitive. I am a cinematography student from germany in his 5th year and just getting interested in the topic, have experience in handling all kind of cameras of course (35, 16, Red, Alexa, DSLR, BMCC, EX3 etc.) but no experience what so ever handling any kind of stabilizing equipment. I understand that I would be good to read some books, take a workshop (or several) to aquire some basic knowledge and getting closer to the topic. I am planing to do that (just ordered the Steadicam Operator's Handbook).
  5. My ActionCam Red-edition is for sale. I bought it and have never used it other than putting it together when I first bought it. I bought it because I had extra money at the time and was going to use it for a project that went away. I am asking 10K. I have attached some pics and the arm is 11-44lbs. Thanks Eric
  6. Are you looking for a good place to learn and improve your Steadicam Skills? Lukas Franz, one of the best swiss Steadicam Operators teaches you in small groups of 4 to 8 people how the get the best out of your favorite tool. Creative Docks is the leading provider of film workshops in Switzerland and makes sure that the events are always on the best level possible. Do you want to have an insight on how these workshops look? Check out this video: http://vimeo.com/46248178 For more informations and tickets visit: creative-docks.com Next dates: 16th March 2013 (Basics) 4th May 2
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