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  1. Austin Vinas

    3a arm springs

    I’m looking for gold springs or sliver springs for a 3a arm. Does anyone know someone selling or a place that manufactures them? I contacted steady rig and they are out of stock of silver springs.
  2. Selling my IIIA Gold Spring Arm. Weight range is 30-63 I believe. Throw on a 20 lb sled and you only need a light camera package to load the arm effectively. Arm is in great shape and was serviced by Robert Luna 3 years ago. No creaks or noises from the arm.
  3. [Complete Steadicam System] The time has come for me to part ways with my starter steadicam rig! I bought the system about 2.5 years ago and it has done me well. The arm was recently serviced by Tiffen. The sled recently serviced electronically and mechanically by Terry West and Robert Luna so it is up to specs! This is a fantastic starter package for someone looking to get started with a pro rig. Sled, monitor yoke, dock, and various bits and pieces come in a standard production hard case. Included is a universal mounting plate. The sled is all upgraded internal HD and 24/12v internal power wiring. There's also an analog BNC and HD BNC that runs through the system. 2 Anton Bauer battery mounts have been added as an upgrade to the sled for power. Cam jam monitor arm with yoke is a must have. Has greatly helped with my rig balancing and switching back and forth from low mode. You simply just flip the monitor and it doesn't change anything with the rig's balance. The yoke fits pretty much any monitor you'd want to put on it, but additional spacers may be required to fit the different monitors out there. I have spacers for a SmallHD DP7 that I will include. Most will say the Master Series sled doesn't fit onto the IIIA arm, and you are right! Luckily I got a new post from Robert Luna that makes the 2 compatible. Works flawlessly. Ultra II vest shows some signs of regular use, but is still in great working condition. Safety release works perfectly, socket block is undamaged. Bartech analog unit has been fantastic. Includes a hand unit, receiver, motor, and various power cables, motor cable, etc. Anton Bauer LP2 Dual Gold Mount charger with 2 HC Dionic AB batteries. Both were recently sent back to Anton Bauer to get re-celled. The batteries are in perfect working order. See below for a list of what's included. There are a few things I didn't talk about here. Included: -Master Series upgraded HD sled -Docking bracket -Low mode bracket -Camjam monitor arm with yoke -Various BNC cables, tools, miscellaneous bits and pieces -Hard case for the sled, docking bracket, cam jam monitor arm and yoke -CP IIIA arm -Allen wrench for adjusting the arm tension -Rain cover for the arm -Master Series sled compatible post for IIIA arm -Long post -Bag for the arm -Ultra II vest with socket block (can be switched to either side of the vest) -Soft bag for carrying the vest, arm, rain cover, and Mitchell hard mount -Mitchell hard mount -Bartech analog wireless follow focus receiver -Bartech hand unit -Wireless follow focus motor -15mm rail adaptor for motor -Power and motor cables for Bartech -Bartech system carrying case -Anton Bauer LP2 dual gold mount charger w/power cable -2 HC Dionic AB batteries Total is $24,400 This is practically everything you need in order to get operating. It's also a fantastic back-up rig. Please contact me if you have any questions. Buyer pays shipping costs, PayPal (or any other money transfer) fees. I'd prefer to do this over PayPal. Bill of sale will be sent to buyer. If you refer someone else (who actually ends up buying the system, that is) I am willing to pay you $300. So please refer! All pictures are of my equipment. No stock photos or anyone else's gear other than mine pictured. Photos (including photos of the Bartech): https://flic.kr/s/aHskR4sU77
  4. Sam Law

    3a arm maintenance.

    Im noticing after a show in the desert, my arm could use a little tlc. I was planning to order some acf-50 for a few parts that are looking a little rusty, and take the shields off and wipe everything down with a paintbrush. Is there anything else you would recommend doing to upkeep the arm? I imagine some of the bearings could use some grease, but I'm not sure which ones and what type to use (white lithium?) Thanks
  5. Got a IIIA top stage for sale. Everything is in good working order; the teeth on the gears fro the fore/aft are in good shape as well. Cheeseplate included of course, as well as an MDR mounting bracket, mounting screws and an extra lock for the sliding plate. $750.00 OBO - Buyer pays shipping (located in NC) PayPal accepted.
  6. I am selling this Robert Luna built IIIA arm. I am the second owner. I am told from the previous owner it is about 8 years old and serviced exclusively by Mr. Luna. It has titanium gold springs. It has normal wear but no dents in the covers. It has been cleaned and lubricated, ready to go. It comes with the bag, wrench and baby oil. Price: $5,300 Local pick up or delivery in Los Angeles area possible. Contact directly regarding shipping costs in USA or abroad. Contact bestkamera@yahoo.com
  7. IIIA Arm + Arm Posts + Low Mode Bracket Hi All! I am selling my IIIA arm including 2 arm posts and low-mode bracket. This arm is in great mechanical working order. I will also include a soft arm bag with the sale (not pictured). Asking $5,500 O.B.O. + Shipping for the arm and AKS I am located in Los Angeles for local pickup Feel free to contact me with any question valko.steadi@gmail.com **PICTURES** -TV
  8. Hello All. I need to buy more stuff and need to sell my great backup arm to do so. I just had it fully serviced by Robert Luna two weeks ago. So, it is in top notch condition. Mr. Luna completely stripped it down, retuned it, replaced damaged parts, including some of the arm housings, repainted the markers, and more. This includes the arm, the socket block, and an arm post. He tuned it to 30-63 lb weight range. This service alone was over $1400. I am asking $6500 USD and would prefer to ship in the states. I would consider overseas shipping, but for a higher price to deal with the hassle.
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