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  1. Selling my Aero 30, I was the only user, selling because of an upgrade. Sled is in lint condition, only things are an broken aircraft pin (doesn't "click" anymore), and one of the weights got bent. Kit contains: Aero 30 Sled V-lock base Aero 30 Arm Docking bracket Aero 30 Vest Sled bag Photos: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1kRDsDgLOBRistH5LQ-_b3-kQX6wEjiSG?usp=sharing Asking €4500, located in Belgium, buyer pays shipping.
  2. Our shop is looking to get our first steadicam and based on our needs I think we are looking at the Aero 30 or Zephyr. We have three C300 Mark II Canons plus an Alexa Mini so relatively light camera packages. We have a series of Canon Prime lenses so we don't have a lens over three pounds. Looking to buy new and wondering if the Zephyr is worth the extra $5k? From reading other material on here it does appear the Zephyr is a better made product. However, it appears the Zephyr can only hold three more pounds than the Aero 30 holding up to 23 lbs as opposed to 20 lbs. We need a rig that 4-5 people on our staff will potentially use that can be a one-size fits all for beginners but at the same time be a quality product. The Aero 30 seems attractive because it can take a Canon Battery mount. Is the extra weight capability of the Zephyr a moot point considering the different types of batteries the two rigs could take? Based on our camera and lens package plus the number of people who could potentially use the rig, I'm wondering what Steadicam is best for us? I'd appreciate any information regarding the differences between the Aero 30 and the Zephyr. Thank you very much!
  3. Now Asking $4500 or Best Offer I am selling a brand new, sealed in the box Tiffen Steadicam Aero 30 System with Zephyr Vest, A-30 Arm, and Steadimate adapter. Anton Bauer Battery mount included in this package with a docking bracket. See the links below to know exactly what you are getting. This is an excellent package for someone starting out in the steadicam world or someone looking for a strong Prosumer setup. I am located in the North Los Angeles area. Buyer will pay shipping or I can meet you for local pick up. I am asking $4500 for everything (Retail over $6000) or BEST offer. STEADICAM AERO 30 SYSTEM AERO Sled with 7 inch 3G-HD/SD/HDMI Monitor, A-30 Arm, Zephyr Vest, Anton-Bauer Battery Mount Steadicam Aero 30 System for camera setups up to 20 lb. / 9 kg AERO Sled with 7 inch 1000 nit HD Monitor Lightweight A-30 Arm & Vest ½ inch Deluxe Docking Bracket Video Cable, BNC to BNC Monitor Cable, Mini-XLR 3-Pin to 4-Pin FEATURES: Rigid, lightweight sled 3G HD compatible Available with 7 inch 1000 nit monitor Tool-free adjustments Detachable sled base for easy storage and transport Multiple battery mount options Two-section carbon fiber post extendable from 22.5 - 35.5in / 57.2 - 90.2 cm SPECIFICATIONS: Maximum Weight Capacity: 20 lb / 9 kg [dependent on arm choice] Connectors: (2x) HD/SDI BNC (1x) Mini-XLR Monitor Power 1x) 12V P-Tap [additional P-Tap on battery mount for V-Lock and Anton-Bauer options] Power: 12V Sled Weight: 9.75 lb/ 4.42 kg [with monitor & battery mount, without battery] Balance Weights Included: 8 [.25 lb/ .11 kg each] Operator's Manual Included http://store.tiffen.com/item/A-HDAB30/AERO-w-AB-BATT-MTG/ https://tiffen.com/steadicam/steadimate/
  4. Hi gus, so when I use my a6300, with a blackmagic mini converter for my aero 30 sled, the monitor crops the image for some reason. I'm fairly shure it's not a setting in camera, and the monitor is very limited in the amount of settings I can choose. Can someone help me?
  5. Hi guys, quick newbie question here, Can you fit the Aero 30 arm on the socket block from the LX Vest (just bought one from the market), or does it need a smaller size socket block?
  6. 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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