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PRESTON FIZ HAND UNIT 3 PRESTON DM1X DIGITAL MOTOR PRESTON DM2 DIGITAL MOTOR – PRESTON DM2 DIGITAL MOTOR – PRESTON MDR2 – *2nd FREE PRESTON MDR2 (keep it as back up or sell it)* MICRO FORCE DIGITAL CONTROL 2 BRACKET FOR DIGITAL MF TO HAND UNIT 1 x 6” DIGITAL MICROFORCE CABLE 1 X 20’ DIGITAL MICROFORCE CABLE 4 X MOTOR CABLES 1 X CINETAPE INTERFACE CABLE 1 X COMMAND CABLE 1 X 3P XLR MDR2 POWER CABLE 1 X MDR2 ARRI POWER & CAMERA RUN Y CABLE 1 X MDR2 ARRI POWER CABLE 1 X MDR2 ARRI CAMERA RUN CABLE 6 X MARKING RINGS FOR HAND UNIT (1 BLANK, A-E) 4 X BATTERIES 2 X CHARGERS 4 X PV REDUCTION BUSHINGS 4 X 19MM-15MM REDUCTION BUSHINGS 1 X D CLAMP EXTENSION 3 X JERRY HILL STYLE MOTOR ARMS WITH D-CLAMPS 1 X 48 PITCH GEAR 1 X 64 PITCH GEAR 1 X SPARE MDR ANTENNA 1 X FAT GEAR INSTALLED ON DM1X MOTOR 1 CASE Blue dot Upgraded with up to date firmware, well maintained , no problems or issues. Please contact me with any questions or offers. I also have and MDR3 and cables if you are interested please contact me about it. call or text me at: 917-520-7924 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org *****$17500******
INCREASING/DECREASING THE DRAG OF THE FOCUS KNOB ON A PRESTON HU3 PART 1: 1) Assemble tools. You will need a 1.27mm allen wrench (I went cheapo/Harbor Freight), a medium Phillips Head screwdriver/bit, a small Phillips Head screwdriver/bit, and maybe even a very thin and strong instrument to pry/encourage displacement; I used a razor-blade. 2) Remove any pre-marked or blank focus rings 3) Turn Handunit on its side so that the flatside of the focus knob is looking up at you 4) Remove the two Phillips Head screws using the small screwdriver/bit, and then remove these items. Try inverting the handunit so that the plate simply drops out of its slot. If this doesn't work, gently use the razor/similar device to slip between the plate and housing to pry it out. 5) This is what you will see when the plate is off. Pay special attention to the fact that there are 3 holes exposed with in the semi-circular slots at the top and bottom; This is where you'll be making your adjustment. Also of special note is that large, silver Phillips head screw right in the center; This will most likely be loose -- right now -- but after desired drag is reached it should be quite tight.