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  1. I have the Flycam 5000 with Comfort arm and vest. Previous to owning the vest I was using only the Flycam (handheld) and was getting good results. However, I wanted to take the weight off my arms and decided to try using the Comfort arm and vest to extend my filming time. Unfortunately, there is a very visible bounce in my steps while using the full body rig - every one of my steps translates into the shot. I have tried adjusting the spring tension, altering my walk, I've read tips on trying to keep my knees bent, unbent, I've read many conflicting reports on how to mitigate the issue. The worst is that my film work is significantly more steady using the handheld apparatus only. I find the body rig only shines when I'm moving faster than a few miles per hour, where then it is still only comparable to the handheld system. Is there more to practicing my walk to eliminate the bounce, or is the equipment just not good enough to warrant the cost when I can use the handheld? Thanks.
  2. Hey everyone! I'm selling my Bartech BFD because I've had a slight career shift and my new work doesn't need the beefier setup of the BFD and M-One Motor. Everything is in used condition, but works great. I have lots of detailed photos and I'm happy to take specific photo requests if you have something you want to see in detail before buying. I'm including everything pictured (except the table or cyc wall). There's a lot in this kit, but I'll break it down as best as I can. Frankly, there's a few cables that came with the BFD when I bought it that I'd be unable to identify properly, but I've included the detailed pictures of all cables and connectors. Here's what's in the kit: Foam-Fitted Handheld Case An ORIGINAL printout, analog paper Manual with OEM staple. Bartech BFD Wireless Transmitter - Handheld Focus Puller (S/N T1.0154) Spare Markers for BFD BFD Hardwire Cable. 25' Cable connecting the Transmitter to the Receiver in case of signal loss or faulty connection. Works great on jibs or cranes. (Reference: Image B) Bartech BFD Wireless Receiver (S/N R1.0154) Horizontal and Vertical Mounts (15mm and 19mm) New Antenna (Not pictured; I lost the original plastic antenna cover, but ordered an entirely new OEM replacement antenna.) BFD Receiver Gimbal Mount - Hard-wire Remote Control for use on a Steadicam, Movi or Ronin. (Reference: Image A) M-One Motor (S/N M-1.0010) Six gears with varying pitches for different size lenses: 0.8m - 32P (2x), 0.5m, 48P, 0.4m - 64P, and 0.6m 15mm, 17mm and 19mm rod adapters for proper mounting fit Misc Hardware for Receiver Mount and replacement screws Additional Cable Assortment 3-Pin male to 3-Pin male LEMO long hardwire power extension cable (Looks to be about 10-15 feet long. I can confirm if you'd prefer, just let me know!) (Reference: Image H) 5-Pin male to 5-Pin male LEMO connector cable from receiver to motor (Reference: Image D) 3-Pin male to 2-Pin male LEMO to power receiver from Steadicam Zephyr (and others with similar 3-Pin connector) (Reference: Image I) Anton Bauer D-Tap male to 2-pin LEMO male to power the receiver from an Anton Bauer battery or V-Mount adapter with proper D-Tap connector. (Reference: Image G) 12V 4-Pin XLR male to 2-pin LEMO male presumably powering the receiver off of beefier film cameras or battery connectors (Reference: Image E) Unidentified 2-pin male LEMO to a fun, half 2-pin male, half 2-pin female connector that I've never seen before or needed to work with. If you recognize it, you get bonus points. (Reference: Image F) I think this last one is an old Panavision connector, if memory serves. But, I'm really not certain on this one either. It's a half 1-pin male, half 1-pin female LEMO connector and a fat 11-pin male connector on the other end. (Reference: Image C) Price: $3750 USD FREE SHIPPING to USA. Will provide quote for international Shipping. Payment via Paypal for Shipping or cash for Local Pickup: Boston area) Pictures attached:
  3. Brand new Rickshaw for sale. Smooth Ride. Works great. Easy setup, very compact, almost tool free. Heavy duty construction and wheels. Easy to load handles. Use for Steadi in high and low modes, tracking shots, walk and talks, ins and outs, step-offs(may require a minor amount of additional rigging), hand-held gimbal, etc. It's a smooth and comfortable ride with great results. Asking $2500. PM me if interested. If you miss out on this one there are more in the works. Thanks.
  4. Gore-Link / Klassen Handheld support w/ Turret for sale. Hardly Used. Complete with long and short posts and Klassen leather bags. (see photos) Sells new for USD $1475: http://shop.walterklassen.com/products/gore-link-handheld-support?variant=987697113 Selling this one for USD $1100 + shipping. email me! ajcam@me.com Andrew 'AJ' Johnson www.ajcamera.com Info from walterklassen.com: The Gore-Link handheld camera support allows you to: achieve the look and feel of a handheld shot while keeping the camera off the shoulder have an up/down booming effect using your SteadicamTM arm shoot from floor to eye level in one move Included with each Gore-Link camera support kit: one Gore-Link Handheld adapter 4” and 8” stand-off, for increased flexibility camera hook case Optional or stand alone accessory- Turret: the Turret replaces the hook on the Gore-Link to allow mounting of the camera using a dovetail plate and low-mode bracket. Key features: Quick mounting interface Left/right balancing with thumbscrew Fore/aft balancing is achieved by sliding dovetail plate in holder. Handles with multiple attachment points allow plenty of flexibility for comfort with any setup. works with both front and back mount set-up
  5. Ahoyhoy, Looking to sell my Easyrig 3 Cinema with a 700N Shock Absorber. The 700N can hold camera weights up to 40 lbs (according to the manual). The largest set up I've put on this rig was a Panavision GII with a 1000' mag on the back. The rig performed perfectly well. Overall, this Easyrig is in excellent condition. Almost brand new condition. Probably been used 6-7 times total. Comes with the original carrying case, aks pouch, safety strap, manual booklet and a DVD manual. The rig originally sold for $3,500.00. I'm looking to get $2,800.00 OBO (plus S&H). I'm located out of North Carolina so East Coasters, I'm willing to work out a hand-off to save money on shipping. Feel free to PM me or email me: aaron.gantt@gmail.com
  6. Greetings Steadicam brothers, I am a video assist operator and manufacture carbon fiber handheld brackets for small production recorders and small monitors. The bracket are made from a lightweight, strong, carbon fiber reinforced composite. They are sourced and manufactured in the US. The unit literally bounces and dissipates shock when dropped. Please see the short youtube video below. Standard colors are grey, black and clear. Clear looks like the typical carbon fiber we are all familiar with that is used for auto body parts etc. custom colors or colors from the fiberlay chart below are also available. A custom color fee may apply. http://www.fiberlay.com/gelcoatcolorchart.php The units accomodate virtually any small monitor (up to 7" diag), power system, and transmitter. Custom logo casting into the gel coat available for no charge for orders placed before August 31. Up to a $100 savings. Units retail for $475 ----distribution opportunities available--- please inquire Please email or call with any questions. Scott Hammar Nv8r INC 310 770 0377
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