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  1. Servus! i am selling a Bolt 2000 SDI&HDMI Receiver (RX) in a very good condition. including: 1x Bolt 2000 RX 1x Power-Supply 5x Antenna 1x SDI Cable 1x HDMI Cable (should be the original content) located in germany 3.700 USD or 3.500 € +shipping (+VAT if necessary) i try to make some pictures within the next days also available: Teradek Bolt 2000 SDI/HDMI Dual Input Set (TX+RX) http://www.steadicamforum.com/index.php?showtopic=25251 Teradek Sidekick Companion Receiver SDI auf wiedersehen, Karsten
  2. Hello, I have a ted churchill monitor bracket on a Betz RIG. I always wonder which is the best/fastest method going low mode, with the bracket. Until now, I did not find a optimal way to do this. How do you guys do low mode with the churchill bracket? Thank you guy and greetings from Luxembourg
  3. Bought for £300.00 in 2007. Very rarely use it now so thought I would give it a good home. A few minor scratches from being in a case with a k clamp but that's it- as good as new. Blue anodized Machined steel with internal rubber pads to protect the camera handle. Screws captive on one side but can be undone. Takes seconds to attach to a standard Steadicam plate. Comes with the usual caveats about over tightening on a camcorder handle. Go easy! £150.00 + shipping. Please call Joe on +44 7791212263 or email joe@joebullensteadicam.com in the first instance. Thanks for looking.
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