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Steadicam Ultra 2 Steadicam Ultra 2 with G-70 arm. For sale! Runs on 12v and 24v Ultra2 Sled (Full Version) with motorized stage and 7’’ tv logic monitor HD plus a hard case. 8 IDX batteris+ chargerplus a hard chase. G-70 Arm plus Bag. Steadicam ultra2 vest plus Bag. Docking bracket. F-bracket. Combo stand. Camera mounting dovetail. power cable 12 volt. 2 hard chase one for the batteris and the author one is for the rigg. Soft bag for the Arm, vest and the docking bracket. TV Logic monitor. User and Manual. Every thing is in good shape and functional! (OBS sells only as one packets) The equipment is located in Sweden. Shipping and taxes is not included in the price. Receipt if wanted. For more information and pictures, please contact me on ether e-mail or by phone WR Daniel Ying Jareteg. 30586.34 USD. 28293.61 EUR. 300.000 SEK. E-mail Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org Cell +46739373243 Sweden
G-70 for sale. In a very good shape. Went on a little trip to Steadicam London last winter. They changed the arm post barrel, fixed the arm to vest connector and checked everything (and I checked them like 1000$ ;-) Sold with original rain covers, bag, and a brand new low-mode bracket I bought a few month ago (another 500$) Asking 11000$ Located in Paris, France. Buyer pays shipping.
Hi, I own a G-70. I've worked a lot with Titan. I usually fly typical Alexa setup on my Ultra2. When operating with Titan arms, my arm post can rotate totally freely if I unscrew the locker. Whereas, with G-70, it looks like I can't get it as smooth and free. My G70 forearm always want to go in the same line as the handle. To do so, it litteraly pulls the armpost away from my body (hope my english is good enough so that you guys can get what I mean ;-) Besides, with the G-70x, this doesn't seem so accurate, and it feels way better than the G-70. I love to work with a totally free post, the sled feels way easier to move around, with a light pull in I can see my monitor,... As any of you ever noticed this move in the Tiffen arms? Is there a way to avoid this?