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  1. What do you use for your low-mode monitor? I'm flying a GPI kit and have been balancing with the Small HD 702 as my low-mode monitor in order for quick high/low transitions. I love having it there because it really does make things faster. But the 702 is abysmal in direct sunlight, and is too clunky to be practical. And also powering the dang thing via d-tap is an issue. I'm looking into the BlackMagic 5in Video Assist as a budget option, and a Transvideo Starlite 5in as a more permanent solution. A monitor that supports on board video recording is not strictly necessary, but I'm definitely leaning towards a monitor that supports that feature. The BlackMagic 5in seems alright but you have to do some surgery in order to power it properly from your sled. Any thoughts or tips on the matter would be much appreciated! Cheers, -Dan
  2. Hello Friends! Recently purchased a Zephyr and it came pretty bare. Looking to see if anyone is trying to get rid of their accessories before I result to buying things new. I have everything that it comes with off B&H plus a stand. Looking for: Small dovetail AB plate for second battery plate. Low mode bracket. Gold mount charger. Gold mount batteries. Power cables for Alexa Mini, RED, and other cables you think I will find useful. Since i'm a newbie, anything else you think I may need I am open to advice! Mainly flying Alexa Minis and REDs. Thank you for your time!
  3. This kit originally started as a complete Glidecam V-25 kit designed for film and video cameras weighing from 10 to 25 pounds. The complete system is comprised of a Support Arm, Vest and Sled. Then the upgrades added included: -Titanium block -MKV Adjustable Monitor Mount for Sled -Transvideo Cinemonitor IIIa SuperBright is 1200Nits -Low-Mode Kit -Gold Vest -X45 Arm -Many cables to power 4-Pin XLR, DC Barrel Power, Bartech FF, etc. All items come in custom foamed Pelican 1650 cases (2 Cases) -1 Holds slide and arm, Dock -1 Holds Vest, low mode and monitor & accessories No Batteries Included (Currently setup for V-Locks) $7500 USD Details regarding arm: The Glidecam X-45™ sled holds any video or 12 volt film camera weighing up to 45 pounds. The X-45 Sled incorporates sophisticated engineering and precision machining to make it lightweight and strong. Three dedicated video BNC connections are located on the base and head assembly. The Glidecam X-45 central post power/ video cable can handle composite video, component video and HD-SDI video. Two 2-pin Lemo connectors are also located on the base and head assembly. The two on the base are for accessories. The head has one for camera power and the other for camera accessories. The precision, x-y adjustable Head assembly incorporates a drop in style dovetail camera plate for quick front to back balance. Very, fine tuning, ergonomic knobs control front to back and side to side balance adjustments. The Sled’s “no-tools” precision Gimbal is made to top of the line quality. The Gimbal incorporates 4 bearings inside the handle to yoke connection (the tilt axis). There are 2 bearings on each side of the yoke, providing 4 bearings for the roll axis. A very tight knurling has been machined onto the Gimbal Tube to improve handling. An easy to replace soft foam covers the handle grip. The Glidecam X-45 Sled has a strong and rigid 1.75” central post, and a “no-tools” Telescoping Post. This allows you to easily adjust the sled length and position of the LCD and batteries. The Glidecam X-45 base platform can be set up with two-three Anton Bauer or V-Mount style batteries.
  4. Hi all selling my lowmode & practice cage set of 8", 10", 12", 16" post will going. what you see is what you get. !! NOTE: counter sink screws are NOT included. its not difficult to get by yourself around your coner in town. 350USD + shipping. (ships in solar system)
  5. To all former Flyer/Zephyr users, I'm looking for a used F Bracket / Low Mode Bracket for my Zephyr, preferably located in Europe. tilman.holzhauer@yahoo.de Thank you!
  6. Hello, This is the flyer arm that Charles Papert heavily upgraded for his running rig. I just got this back last week from Tiffen for a quick tune-up before the sale. It's fantastic, super smooth, really light, and devilishly cool! Modifications: Heavier Springs (Supports up to 32lbs+-) Bearing upgrades Full size block (can be converted to stock in minutes) 5/8th post (can be converted to stock in under a minute) I'll be including in the sale a soft transport bag, all of the parts to convert the post and block, 12inch post, regular post, and a low mode bracket. $4,000 Feel free to e-mail me with any questions at: Craven@mcsteadi.com
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