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Clearing out the shelves before I move. Check my other posts for stuff you might need. Most of it is backup gear/aks, lightly used over the last 5yrs. Make me an offer! Everything available separately. Janice Arthur 23Lb weight cage with 6.5Lb and 16Lb plates. Long 9" rods make it tall. Dozens of threaded 3/8"-16's and countersunk 1/4" holes for a variety of users. Excellent condition, but it's basically two chunks of steel. No extra charge for the little bubble level and velcro strips ;-) Original Cam-Jam Alexa/ENG plate. Skinny and lightweight method to avoid using VCT-14 plates on your rig. Was my go-to method for broadcast cam's with VCT mounting. Includes the then-optional ENG rear tiedown to work on Sony or other cams. Wooden Camera lightweight "safety" 8" ARRI dovetail. Handy to allow quick changes to and from Steadi. Has a little safety screw on one side and lever on the other. LX vest bracket for socket block. NO SOCKET. Spare connector, might fit other Tiffen vests with the same front spar width. Still has the little spring plunger and wedge hardware. Pelican 1560 case with wheels and padded dividers. Great condition. Wheels, latches and handles are in great shape. This case handled backup stuff and is lightly used. I'll try to get that sticker off. If anyone is interested, make reasonable offers. Everything works great, I just don't use this stuff. Located in Los Angeles, local preferred, or buyer pays shipping. PM me on the site, or for faster response, email: red288GTO@gmail.com -Evan
The new monitor mount for Preston HU3 is ready. It is the same concept as our mount for Arri WCU 3/4. The monitor is as close to the index mark as possible. The handgrip transfers the weight from the wrist to the biceps. It also serves as a docking bracket for a c-stand. The monitor can be quickly taken of with our included CineQuick release. Prototye with dummy HU3 shown here
The WCU-4 with a monitor and receiver (and battery) attached is quite heavy. And the regular hand position on the left side is very far away from the center of gravity. This results in high fatigue on the wrist. The JOE bracket allows to mount and adjust a monitor to the WCU-4 and has its own handgip which is placed much closer to the center of gravity. The weight is no longer carried by the wirst but by the much stronger biceps. When the WCU does not need to be carried around the handgrip serves as a docking bracket on a C-stand. The cam-jam JOE comes with its own quickrelease bracket on the monitor so nothing extra is needed. No noga arms, no cinelock, no spigots. https://shop.cam-jam.de/product/joe-monitor-bracket-for-arri-wcu-4-with-handgrip/
I´m happy to announce my new mounting plate for the Arri Amira. Arri has the great UAP-2 cheese plate to mount our steadicam dovetailpate. Many ACs like the UAP-2 very much, too. But on top of the camera to mount mdr, transmitter, Cinetape, etc. From the rental house usually comes only one plate. So I find it very useful to have my own bottom plate and let the AC keep his one on top of the camera. Especially when dayplaying. available on http://cam-jam.de/index.html more pictuers and a video: http://cam-jam.de/amirabracket.html