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  1. Hello All, I am selling my trusty EFP kit!!! The reason of this sale is that I am upgrading to a bigger rig. This kit as served me very well over the years and is a great rig for beginners. Few scratchings here and there but everything is very solid and works great The Kit includes: -EFP sled -EFP Arm (recently serviced by steadicam) payload up to 66 pounds -EFP vest -Transvideo cinemonitor IIIA (recently serviced by transvideo). I can Also throw in AB batteries (all need recelling) + charger. Marell green screen monitor (needs servicing) Make me a reasonable offer. Kit is located in paris, buyer pays shipping. Alexandre Monteau alexandre.monteau@live.fr +33682265902 www.alexandre-monteau.com attachment=16044:photo-2.JPG]
  2. Hi all, The BBC have given me permission to share the following video online, which was shot by notable nature cameraman Richard TaylorJones for BBC Springwatch Extra last year, which was broadcast last summer. I had been doing PSC stuff for the programme as well as some TriCaster work on the Red Button show, but had been given some Steadicam shots to do after a few of the other crew told a producer who I was! (It helped that I'd taught a couple of them on the National Film & TV School Steadicam course the previous year...!) So I was just practicing with the camera setup they wanted in the production village when this happened... <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/pOTC0rkQi_0?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Direct link: http://youtu.be/pOTC0rkQi_0?t=53s Hope I got everything right - I was put rather on the spot!!
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