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Hi everyone Please note(!): This sale/post is for a friend. To avoid any misunderstanding, I also used to own an ARRI Artemis Cinebroadcast lower sled, but was able to sell mine, so this is a different one. I'm just helping out a friend. For sale is an ARRI Artemis CineBroadcast lower sled (battery hanger). You can use it to convert your Trinity into a Steadicam, also it might be of interest if you're in the market for an Artemis CineBroadcast Rig anyway. It was purchased towards the end of 2018 and has been used only on a couple of days in total, as the owner does mostly Trinity. The lower sled is in pristine condition and is fully functional. You can purchase it with or without the third battery plate. The lower sled will be shipped form the UK. Price with the 3rd battery plate. 4300 £ (british pound) Price without 3rd battery plate 4000 £ (british pound) Buyer pays for shipping and any money transfer fees. For more details drop me a message. Cheers Ozzy
Hi all, I am new to the forums and keen to hear feedback from steadicam operators all over on something I produced this summer. I am a beta/product tester for Vitec Videocom and as part of a Kickstarter project I have launched I was lucky enough to have Curt Schaller operate the prototype SMX 20 'Artemis Trinity' on my pitch film. It has been getting some good and bad feedback, all of which I understand, but I wanted to hear from actual operators in the industry. As a DoP I have my issues with the end product that we created but I think it's still a really decent effort given the ambitious one-shot nature of it. The Artemis Trinity has actually now been adapted to iron out the imperfections that are visible on my pitch film, but I'd love to know what others think of the prototype's efforts. Any and all feedback is great, and I will actually pass it on to Sachtler. Please check out the pitch film here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/paulcook/magpie Thank you for your time.