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  1. Armor man II, one year old, EU based, hard case, 1100 Euro plus shipping. It was used for one project, 30 days, great condition. https://tilta.com/shop/armor-man-arm-t01/ www.dce.hr
  2. We are launching a new camera operation tool on Kickstarter March 6 2017 and would love to hear everyone's feedback. My skin is actually rather thin, but feel free to be brutal! ;-) The website: https://www.kinehawk.com/ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/187986811 The Kickstarter preview (becomes a live link march 6): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...token=416bca38 It is designed to be a kind of camera operation multi tool. Support and spatially stabilise gimbals, attach to a vehicle or trackless dolly for stabilised tracking, attach to a fluid head for a different kind of hand held or add another module that gives it "easyrig " functionality. It also has quick release connections and toolless adjustment for speed of use on set. The gimbal can be inverted on the arm and the arm can be raised or lowered along it's support shaft, to achieve very high, or very low angles or allow you to move under, and close to overhead structure like doors or branches. It also has a fairly narrow silhouette for moving through narrow doors or passages. So yes. Really looking forward to what you guys have to say.
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