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  1. I'm a one-man run'n'gun sorta guy; I've worked with my mirrorless out of a Ronin-M that all fits in a backpack for years. Naturally, electronics and motors being what they are, the gimbal has acted up one too many times at critical moments, making the relatively foolproof mechanics of a Steadicam rig start seeming attractive. The immediate gear-bloat makes me uneasy though. All of a sudden, flying a mirrorless on a steadicam seems like a waste, I'm going to need more batteries, look into a FIZ unit... I know they offer "backpacks" for steadicams, but I could probably fit myself in one of those they're so huge. And then, a couple thousand dollars into a rig that is merely the first rung of an entire field, one that I'm not sure I want to sacrifice my knees for. Who is the Aero-15 for? Should I look into a used Aero-30/Zephyr instead? Or just stay away from it entirely?
  2. Hey I'm Benjamin, i'm looking for a steadicam kit (sled, vest & arm) that has a payload from about 2kg/4,4lbs to about 10kg/22lbs. e.g. the Aero series, even better the Zephyr, Archer 2, Clipper, Shadow or M1. I am also open for quality products without a name. quality and good care are important to me. my location is munich, germany or graz, austria. I'm looking forward to hear from you. :) best regards Benjamin
  3. Looking for an used Steadicam Aero 30 or Zephyr Sled / V-Mount + docking bracket and hard mount in Germany. please message me Thanks
  4. $4800 for everything Read below for everything in this package I am selling my new condition Steadicam Aero 30 system. I have never used the Steadicam, Arm, Vest or Steadimate, the Ronin-M has been used twice. Selling as I purchased for a production that didn't materialize, the screen cover is still on the monitor of the steadicam. The Vest has just been in a box with the Arm, and the steadicam has been sitting on it's stand. I have once mounted a plate and balanced a camera in anticipation but never used. Steadicam Steadimate, still in box unopened AERO 30 Stabilizer with A-30 Arm V-Mount Battery Mount with D-Tap Output 20 lb Payload Zephyr Vest 7" SDI/HDMI 1000 cd/m² HD Monitor 1/2" Deluxe Docking Bracket BNC Video Cable / Mini-XLR Monitor Cable Telescoping 22.5-35.5" Carbon Fiber Post Tool-Free Adjustments 8 x Balancing Weights DJI Ronin-M with 3 batteries Nanuk 940 case DJI Thumb Controller DJI Tilt-Bar extension Rods DJI Ring for Ronin-M All of this retail at BH is $7121 - Would like to get $4800 net to me. It is all in superb condition. Will sell without Ronin-M and Steadimate for $4k I am in Irvine, I have sold a lot of stuff on RedUser and can provide references if needed. I will split ground shipping with someone. Would prefer a wire transfer to avoid fees. If you are local you are more than welcome to come to my studio and see everything. It is all like new.
  5. Selling my barely used Tiffen Steadicam Aero 15 Sled, Arm and Vest w. 7" HD Monitor and Canon LP Battery Plate. Looking to switch stabilizer systems so I am trying to sell this unit. Works great and in perfect condition. Looking for best offer. Pricing to sell so open to all offers.
  6. I'm interesting purchasing a Steadicam Sled, Aero or Zephyr.
  7. Hi! i'm looking for a complete Zephyr kit with V-mount, preferred located in Europe. Dont hesitate to contact me, need it for a job in januari! ( mark@filmakers.nl )
  8. Hi need help with the swaying issue. I don't know if it's an issue or its just normal I am new to Steadicam and this is my first Steadicam. I tried sony alpha 7sii and also with 5d mark 3 and 4. After performing static and dynamic balance the sled is swaying slightly. I have also tried different drop time from 1 sec to 3 secs its the same for every change that I make. Its a brand new Steadicam. Also when I wear the vest and arm and perform a walk the swaying shows up. Let me know if I am doing something wrong or is it normal for a little sway.
  9. Hi Guys I just took the plunge and bought the Aero with the A-30 arm. I assisted some more experienced guys before and they all had steadicam cases and what not, but mine only came with cardboard packaging. Just curious what you guys would recommend for me to get so I can travel with it. Thanks in advance Chris
  10. Hi all, I recently purchased a Steadicam Aero 30 and had the chance to test it out with a Sony PMW-500, here's one of the shots I'm pleased with. I had previously been practising with my Canon 5D which was challenging as I couldn't get a HDMI from the camera to the monitor. It took me a while to get used to balancing a heavier camera but it felt much better to use compared to a DSLR. I'm still working on keeping my corners and horizon straight. Any other suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks, Matt
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