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Selling my entire GPI PRO rig. Unfortunately, chronic back issues have stood in the way of this being a long-term career option for me, so it's time for it to go. CineLive sled (minus topstage) was purchased used in 2019 from a NYC-based operator (first owner, Calvin Falk) and serviced by Jack about 6 months later; vest and arm both purchased new in 2019; upgraded to new Betz stage in late 2019. I have never rented the equipment out to any other operator. You'll find the typical scuffs, etc., but overall everything is in pretty good cosmetic condition (the vest is especially clean). And more importantly, everything is in fully-functional condition, has been well taken care of, and is 100% ready to shoot. All signal and power cables for most camera types are included and detailed below. For now, I'm selling the equipment as a FULL PACKAGE ONLY. The rig is currently located in Seattle, WA. I'd prefer a local pickup, but will consider shipping within the United States at buyer's expense (shipping + full insurance + PayPal fees). $45,000 OBO SEE PHOTOS HERE: https://imgur.com/a/mtxoOkW I'm happy to answer any questions via DM, email, or text. ph: 509-470-0293 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for looking! SLED: PRO Center Post Telescoping PRO Gimbal Gen IV Battery Rack PRO CineLive Upper/Lower Junction Boxes Boland BVB07 Monitor CamJam Quattro II monitor arm with integrated yoke Betz Tools Top Stage + aks: universal dovetail plate Sony & Amira V-Mount snap plate Alexa/LF/Plus/XT adapter Tripodlokplate (SOS plate) dovetail-mounted rod bracket w/ extra rods (chrome) rods for stage-mounting rods (blue) Transvideo Starlite monitor (low-mode monitor): PRO-Starlite power cable Cam-Jam mounting bracket felt bag Hill Docking Bracket Camera power cables + bag: 24V ARRI angled 24V ARRI straight 12V ARRI straight 12V XLR RED DSMC2 24V Panavision Misc cables: p-tap power cable for Boland Rencher p-tap breakout (PRO to p-tap) PRO sled tools Pelican iM2950 Storm Case w/ custom-cut foam & Harrison Lid Organizer ARM ($19,270 total new): GPI PRO Titan Arm 4 x blue canisters 2 x black canisters PRO J-Bracket (low-mode bracket) 6" arm post 10" arm post Titan arm tools PRO arm bag PRO 4-slot canister soft-shell carrier (not pictured) VEST ($5,720 total new; no case included—I've always used a duffel bag): PRO Vest Pro Vest tools and misc spare screws BATTERIES ($4,266 total new): 5 x Core SWX Hypercore 150A gold-mount batteries 1 x Core SWX Fleet Rapid Li-Ion gold-mount charger 1 x Core SWX Fleet Q4Ai gold-mount charger Pelican iM2700 Storm Case w/ custom-cut foam for 8 batts, 2 chargers, 4 spare arm canisters MISC. ACCESSORIES: Bag of thin BNC cables (misc lengths, pictured), HDMI cable, and BNC adapters/splitters Bag of camera/AKS screws (pictured) Bondhus 1/4", 5/32", & 1/8" T-handle hex tools Ratworks Gold-Mount cheese plate Cam-Jam mounting AKS ($377 total new including Starlite bracket): Teradek Bolt through hole mount Teradek 15mm rod mount Teradek mounting bracket (L-bracket) 3 x SmallHD misc mounts (for unique mounting situations) Hill ARRI EVF top-mount bracket Harrison Standby Cover Manfrotto short dovetail for DSLRs STAND: Backstage Equipment Steadicam Stand 1-Riser Backstage Equipment Steadicam Stand 8" Wheel Kit Backstage Equipment Steadicam Stand Utility Tray Tenba 38" Rolling Grip Case
Hello all! Im deciding between two types of batteries for my first pro rig, between Core's batteries ( https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1135054-REG/switronix_gold_mount_4x_hypercore.html ) and BCB (https://broadcastcamerabatteries.com/shop/monster-kit/?mount=v-mount). I've used Core before and love them, last long, convenient and easy to see what the battery life is at, usb plus ptap in them, but I wanted to hear from other operators who own Core or BCB batteries and what they think of them (particularly BCB). I can afford the difference but I'm wondering is the price difference between Core and BCB worth it? Thank you, Joseph H.