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  1. Analog Bartech Focus Device for sale. In perfect working condition and lots of cables. I am local to Los Angeles. Asking $2500 and buyer pays shipping. Thanks for looking. Jon
  2. Analog Bartech Focus With M-One Motor $1,800.00 Shipping in the Lower 48 States in the USA is included with purchase Buyers elsewhere pay for shipping Meticulously maintained. This was my backup and very seldom used. - BFD Transmitter - BFD Receiver/amplifier - M-One Analog Focus motor - Matte box rod receiver/amp mounting bracket - Steadicam Motor Rod Set - 6 Lens gears - Various rod adapters - 19mm universal mounting bracket - 2.5" universal extension/offset bracket with 19mm attachment tubes (1.12" and 2.12" length) - 3 spare antennas for Transmitter - 2 spare antennas for Receiver - Hard cases for both the BFD system and M-One motor - Cable 5795: BFD Receiver to Video Camera 12-Pin Run/Stop cable - Cable 612:BFD Receiver to M-One/Heden 5-pinb Motor cable - Cable 6066: BFD Receiver to Arri 435/535/Arricam/Moviecam Run/Stop cable - 5-Pin Lemo to 5-Pin Lemo - 2-Pin Lemo to 2-Pin Lemo –(I power from the sled with this one. One end is 2 pins in a 3 pin casing)
  3. 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: $3750 USD FREE SHIPPING to USA. Will provide quote for international Shipping. Payment via Paypal for Shipping or cash for Local Pickup: Boston area) Pictures attached:
  4. Hi everyone, I'm selling my lightly used Bartech system. As you can see, the system is very well maintained and fully functional. Here's what's included in the package: - BFD Transmitter - BFD Receiver/amplifier - M-One Analog Focus motor (Very accurate, responsive, and reliable even in extreme conditions) - Matte box rod receiver/amp mounting bracket (the 4 small screws are missing but you can easily get new ones) - 5x Aluminium focus rings - Lens gears: 0.8m-32P, 0.6m, 48P, 0.5m, 0.4/64pitch, extra wide 0.8/32pitch - Various Rod collets - 19mm universal mounting bracket; will mount on either side of the motor in either direction - 2.5" universal extension/offset bracket with 19mm attachment tubes (1.12" and 2.12" length) - Hard case for the BFD system and another hard case for the motor and its accessories Cables: - M-One motor cable (LEMO 5-pin) - Receiver to Hirose 4-pin 12V power cable - D-Tap to Hirose 4-pin power cable - Receiver to ARRI RS power cable with 24/16V converter - Receiver to Panavision power cable with 24/16V converter - Receiver to Gimbal mount remote control module Everything in the photos is included. Asking for 2750$ + shipping. Item is located in Beirut, Lebanon Let me know if you need additional information or photos. If interested, please email: contact@christopherkechichian.com Thanks, Christopher
  5. JimBartell

    Obituary for Don Wetzel

    It is with deep sadness that I have to announce that Don Wetzel, the designer and manufacturer of the M-One lens drive motor and Loon Audio boom poles, has passed away. He began to feel ill about four weeks ago and was soon too weak to work. When he finally saw a doctor they discovered he had a severe abdominal infection. He was rushed to the hospital and emergency surgery was performed to remove the infected tissue but the infection was too widespread and he passed away Monday morning. Before I continue let me assure everyone that this will have no effect on the delivery and support of any BarTech products. I have a large backlog (several years’ worth) of the parts Don made for me and I see no problems in continuing to manufacture my products with no drop in quality or delay in delivery. For those who have M-One motors and need service, contact Peter Hoare at Hocus Products (http://www.hocusproducts.com), as he has been doing M-One repairs for some time now and is working to acquire the supply of parts Don left behind to allow him to do all repairs. If you had already sent a motor to Don contact me as I am compiling a list of motors that should be in Don’s facility so the person handling Don’s estate can see to returning them to their rightful owners. Any information you may have, especially serial numbers, should be included in any e-mails you send me. I met Don in 1990 when I first started at Cinema Products. He was the VP of Engineering and my boss. He was the most talented mechanical designer I have ever met. He had little formal education in engineering and worked from an innate understanding of mechanical function. Don had a great sense of humor and a work ethic unlike any I have ever seen. He thought nothing of working 60 hours a week and frequently worked 100 hours a week. He was always happiest when working. In the 27 years I knew him he took one vacation. Other than work he loved cats, guns, and fast cars. He had, at one time, the fastest car in Montana, a state with the most lax speeding laws in the nation. I know there are many people who were justifiably unhappy with Don due to his poor customer service and long repair times in the last few years. I can assure you it bothered him tremendously. If you doubt this check the postings prior to 2011 and you will see nothing but praise for his prompt customer service. In 2010 his company had to downsize and it left him with no staff. Trying to do everything himself was nearly impossible so he relocated to Temecula in Southern California to work with another person who was going to take over a large segment of the work load. Unfortunately, after spending a tremendous amount of time and effort to relocate his entire manufacturing facility to Temecula, the other person backed out of the deal and left him high and dry. Since the only reason he had moved to California was to work with this person Don decided to move back to Montana. This was when everything began to go wrong. The effort to move back was even greater than the move down to California had been as he had to do it by himself and while under severe time restraints from his landlord. This totally exhausted him and he never fully recovered physically or emotionally. Numerous attempts to hire help always failed for one reason or another. Don attempted to simply work harder to get caught up but he was now in his mid 60’s and he simply couldn’t work that hard any more. He also began to develop some health problems, such as diabetes, that slowed him down even more. This began a downward spiral he never recovered from. He tried valiantly to meet all his obligations but things just got worse. Eventually his health problems caught up to him. All I can say is it he never ignored his customer’s needs because he didn’t care, but only because he could not put in enough hours to do everything that needed doing. Don was born and raised in central Texas. He learned his mechanical skills from his father who worked in aerospace and as an instructor teaching various manufacturing skills, such as machining and welding. Almost no one knows that Don was also an award-winning trumpet player. He believed this saved his life when he was drafted to serve in Viet Nam as he was able to get assigned to the Army marching band instead of being sent into the jungle to retrieve blown up armored vehicles, a job that, as a machinist, he was initially assigned to that had a very high mortality rate. After the Army he worked for various companies, most notably Xerox, working on the design of a x-ray mammogram machine. When Xerox cancelled this project Don went to work for Cinema Products in 1988. He left Cinema Products in 1995 to work as a consultant and later co-founded K-Tek, the boom pole manufacturer, in 1996. Some of his boom pole designs are still in production today. He parted ways with K-Tek in 2000 and started Palomar Engineering and designed the M-One lens drive motor. In 2005 he joined with Clay Bradley and started Kintla Corp. which consisted of Loon Audio, making boom poles, and Loon Video, making the M-One motor. He was still designing new boom poles up until his death. He was my best friend for almost 30 years and I will miss him terribly. I would appreciate it if someone could re-post this on the facebook Steadicam page as I do not have a facebook account. Jim Bartell
  6. Last sale fell through due to some issues with the unit. I have sent it in to be serviced by Jim Bartell at the beginning of June 2017 and there are no longer any reception or stuttering issues with the unit. Selling a used Analog Bartech with M-One Motor with Aluminum Marking Rings SELLING AS IS. Notable issues include cosmetic wear and tear and one of the marking rings has a blemish. Asking Price is $3200.00 USD. Paypal is preferred method of payment. Buyer pays for shipping and any insurance desired. Please private message me any question or request for further details. All pictures: http://imgur.com/a/T9NC1 Included: Bartech Focus Device (BFD) Hand Unit Transmitter (SN: T1.0543) w/ Antenna, Neckstrap Bartech Analog Receiver (SN: R1.0030) w/ Antenna M-One Analog Motor (SN: M1.0664) w/ 15mm Collar, 0.8m-32P Gear Gears: 0.8m-32P, 0.8m-32P Wide, 0.6m, 48P, 0.5m, 0.4m-64P 19mm to 19mm Motor Offset Bracket w/ 3" 19mm Rod 2x 23" Motor Cable - 5p Lemo (m) to 5p Lemo (m) 25" Red One Run/Stop Cable - 4p Lemo (m) to 2p(m)/2p(f) Lemo 25" Anton Bauer Power Tap Receiver Power Cable - 2p P-Tap (m) to 2p Lemo (m) 25" 4p XLR Receiver Power Cable - 4p XLR (m) to 2p Lemo (m) 12x Aluminum Marking Rings 8x Backup Marking Ring Screws Black Case
  7. M-one motor (recently serviced) Lots of cables including: -Pro power -Aaton power -dtap> power -2pin>2pin -Back up antennas for motor driver and hand unit -Marking rings & 15mm>19mm step up rings -Motor gear pitch wheels and backup motor 5pin>5pin cables Motor Driver has a Pro DB bracket receiver so you can slide it onto your diving board if you're sporting a DB. Comes in a peli with a backup 9v and a really useful motor bracket that sticks motor out further and gives more mounting options. *things to note*: (HU battery wire/spring was stretched recently on a show when switching batteries it stuck to the battery upon removal, works fine you just have to push the battery more than usual to slide the door closed on the HU because the spring isn't fully compressed.) $2,900 Located in LA.
  8. brendan schnurr

    M-One Digital Motor

    M-One Digital Follow Focus Motor Kit for sale. The Motor and Cable are Brand New (replaced under warranty). The brackets and motor gears have been used about 15 times. Everything is in excellent working and cosmetic condition. I bought a Preston HU/Motor kit so I no longer need this motor. Includes: Rod Collets: 5/8”, 15 mm, 1/2", 19mm w/o a collet. Lens Gears: Module/Pitch 0.8m-32P, 0.6m, 48P, 0.5m, 0.4m-64P, extra wide 0.8m-32P. Mounting Brackets: 19 mm universal mounting bracket, Will mount on either side of motor in either direction. Also a 2.5” universal extension/offset bracket with 19mm attachment tubes (1.12” & 2.12” long) Motor cable: 58 cm (23”) long Motor: M-One Digital Drive Motor Case Asking $1450 USD. This kit retails for $2650 USD. Shipping from Toronto, Ontario.
  9. M-One Digital Follow Focus Motor Kit. The Motor and Cable are Brand New. The brackets and motor gears have been used about 15 times. Everything is in excellent working and cosmetic condition. I bought a Preston kit so I no longer need this motor. Asking $1700 USD. This kit retails for $2650 USD. See here for more info: http://www.innocinema.com/m-one-lens-digital-drive-motor.html Shipping from Toronto, Ontario.
  10. A reluctant sale of my Bartech remote focus kit. I'm selling my entire steadicam kit with a change of direction for my work so it's all up for grabs. This is a very complete kit that can go to work right away. HedÈn M28VP with .4 .5 .6 .8 gears M-One with .4 .5 .6 .8 plus spares (plus extra wide .8 gear) HedÈn M26P (this is the older style horizontal motor, nice back up if nothing else) Aaton to BFD power Aaton camera run Panaflex to BFD power+camera run Glidecam BFD power 4 x motor cables Right angled motor cable BFD to BFD piggyback short BFD to BFD piggyback long Dtap and 4 pin XLR power cables 24v Arri / Movicam power / run cable Arri 12V to BFD power Red camera remote run Data cable / hard wire for backup in case of interference. 2 x butterfly clamps to hold focus / iris units together. 2 x neck straps Case Extra white marking strips PHOTOS: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/pho/5611631928.html $5500 Kind of bummed to sell this kit but I don't use it so time to let it go. It's pretty bloody rock solid and has never let me down. I spent an enormous amount of cash on this kit, feels like a crime to let this go but such is life! Thanks.
  11. M-One Digital Follow Focus Motor Kit. The Motor and Cable are Brand New. The brackets and motor gears have been used about 15 times. Everything is in excellent working and cosmetic condition. I bought a Preston kit so I no longer need this motor. Asking $1800 USD. This kit retails for $2650 USD. See here for more info: http://www.innocinema.com/m-one-lens-digital-drive-motor.html
  12. After purchased of Chrosziel Magnum, I've decided to sell complete set BFD Focus System BarTech Engineering. Almost every item is in perfect condition. All reasonable offers considered! Set contains: - 1 BFD set Tx Bartech Focus Device with upgrade to fix with ¼ screw Rx Bartech Focus Device Bracket for mount BFD - 3 Power cables: Canon 4 pin to BFD D-Tap to BFD Paddock to BFD - 4 Special cable: cable with potentiometer for manual control with Rx (not use tx) cable switch to move gear from one to second position (red, white and black cable) cable to connect Tx and Rx without RF cable run camera for Red One - 1 M-One motor with: 3 Rod Collets ( 5/8”, 15 mm, 1/2", 19mm w/o a collet) 2.5” universal extension/offset bracket with 19mm attachment tubes (1.12” & 2.12” long) 6 lens gear Module/Pitch 0.8m-32P, 0.6m, 48P, 0.5m, 0.4m-64P, extra wide 0.8m-32P and 1 without teth 2 Motor cable 58 cm (22”) and 50 cm (20”) long Special gear-lever to push any botton Price 3000 euro OBO Stefano Martini, Italy info@stefanomartini.it
  13. Bartech w/ M1 Motor (Analog) -2 Motor cables -6 Power cables (Alexa, Ptap, XLR) -2 Start/Stop Cables $3500 Obo I've used it mainly for a remote iris option for DP Email me AaronMSmith1@yahoo.com -Aaron
  14. Selling an analog Bartech and M-One motor in great condition. Reason for sale is its a backup I no longer need. Includes: -Bartech Receiver -Bartech Handunit/Transmitter -M-One Motor & bracket -(6) Motor Gears Various Pitches -(3) Step Down Rings for 15mm and 5/8" -(3) Marking Strips -(1) Marking Disc -(2) Ptap Power Cables -(2) 4 Pin XLR Power Cables -(2) Arri 24V Power Cables -(2) Motor Cables -(2) On/Off Cables (Red One, Arri 3 Pin) -Cable Pouch -Pelican 1450 $4500 Available for pickup in Los Angeles or I can ship in the US Please email AaronMSmith1@yahoo.com
  15. 2 x Analog Bartech Systems with M-One motors. One is a BFD focus system with rotary control knob and the other is a BFD iris system with linear slider. Includes many cables, comes with marking strips and 5 marking rings, various gears and collars for the M-one, 2 spare antennas, pelican case 1550, everything you see pictured. Serviced this week and ready for sale. Great starter kit, I used them on Covert Affairs and Orphan Black. Asking $5,600 US for the whole Package plus shipping 10' direct connect cable 4x M-One motor cables 1x M-One motor cable right angle power cables; XLR 4-pin 12V cable Hirose power cable Arri 11pin Fischer cable Pana 2pin Lemo 24V-16V converter cable Arri 3pin 24V-16V converter cable 2 short Bartech slave power cables to gang the receivers together control stop/start cables; Red cntrl Arri cntrl Pana cntrl Aaton cntrl Arri 435/535/SR3 with 24V-16V converter
  16. For Sale: Bartech Focus and Iris Systems Hello Everyone, I’m selling my back up remote focus and iris system. I have an analogue BFD focus system with an M1 motor, and an analogue BFD iris system with an M1 motor. The system has been fantastic and ever reliable. Included with the system are the following cables: 3 x motor cables (1 cable is right angle) 2 x 2pin lemo power cables 2 x 2pin lemo to 3 pin MK-V power cables 1 x 2pin lemo to 4 pin Canon power cable 1 x 2pin lemo to 4 pin Hirose Ultra/Master power cable 1 x BFD to Arri remote roll cable 1 x BFD to RED One remote roll cable 1 x BFD to Sony remote roll cable Additional accessories include: Matte Box rod mounting bracket (for both single and double BFD receivers) Dogbones and original gears for the M-One’s 3 butterfly connectors (2 of these screw onto the handunits and join the transmitters together) heaps of spare screws for mounting BFD’s and for butterfly connectors I’m asking US$6,000 for a really reliable, pro, wireless focus and iris system. The system is located in Sydney, Australia. Buyer pays shipping costs. Feel free to PM me or shoot me an email at nicholasowens1974@gmail.com Cheers, Nic Owens
  17. I am selling some pieces that are not getting used enough. Everything is in VERY GOOD shape and I'm the original owner. I feel the prices are very reasonable but I'm open to negotiations, so please don't hesitate to contact me with reasonable offers. I have also attached pictures below. Thanks! Glidecam Gold Arm: This has been a great arm. It's lifting capacity is the same as a 3A arm but the Glidecam arm has 6 titanium springs, which also carry a lifetime replacement warranty through Glidecam. It can handle camera loads of 13 to 40 pounds and a combined camera and sled capacity of 31 to 56 pounds. The vest connector is also made from titanium. I used this arm with my current Walter Klassen back mounted vest as well as my old Steadicam Ultra2 vest. I am including the weather resistant gator guard arm covers too. This arm was $8000 new and I'm asking $5000 or best offer. Bartech Focus Device: The included components are listed below: - transmitter unit - receiver unit - iris rod mounting bracket for 15mm & 19mm rods - PRO mounting bracket - (1) BFD receiver 4-pin XLR power cable - (1) BFD receiver Anton Bauer power cable - (1) BFD receiver to ARRI 435/535/Arricam/Movicam run/stop cable - (1) BFD receiver wired remote control to pull your own focus. I used to attach this small unit to my gimbal. It worked well. - Extra marking strips for the BFD transmitter hand unit - case - neck strap - extra screws and key ring for hand unit I am asking $1800 or best offer. I would prefer to sell the Bartech with my M-One motor as a complete package for $3500 or best offer. Let me know if you would like to purchase only the Bartech or M-One motor separately. M-One motor: This kit includes the motor, Bartech power cable, the original full set of snap on gears, 15mm and 19mm rod collets, the mounting brackets and the custom fitted case. I am asking $1800 or best offer. Shark Fin Antenna: This is in great condition. It is a UHF Ultra High Gain antenna. I used this with my old Modulus 3000 and transvideo receiver. I am asking $50 Weight Cage: SOLD Vehicle Mount: This mount is in VERY GOOD condition. I purchased it new from Walter Klassen about 2 years ago. It comes with the case, the mounting bracket with socket block, the 2" speed-rail mounting clamp, the tripod mounting bracket, and the custom fitted pelican case. I only used it on a few projects. I am asking $800 or best offer. Thanks for checking out the items for sale. Email me if you are interested in any of the items and would like other photos. Buyers will be responsible for shipping and insurance costs. Thanks again!!!
  18. Hi, I put my kit BFD for sale, this kit includes: BarTech Focus Device (Transmitter, Receiver, XLR power cable, Case) Ultra/Vector/Cliper/Receiver Power Cable Anton Bauer Power tap Power Cable Matte box rod receiver/amp mounting bracket Motor longvideo M-one (Length: 154 mm (6.06 in.) Width: 29.2 mm (1.15 in.) Height: 68.0 mm (2.70 in.) Weight: 286 g. (11.29 oz.) Connector: Lemo Type B size 1, 5 pin. Rod Collets: 5/8”, 15 mm, 1/2", 19mm w/o a collet. Lens Gears: Module/Pitch 0.8m-32P, 0.6m, 48P, 0.5m, 0.4m-64P, extra wide 0.8m-32P. Mounting Brackets: 19 mm universal mounting bracket, Will mount on either side of motor in either direction. Also a 2.5” universal extension/offset bracket with 19mm attachment tubes (1.12” & 2.12” long) Motor cable: 58 cm (23”) long. QR-GOLD Gold Mount Battery Plate The system was purchased on July 30, 2012 directly from BarTech Engineering. The price is 3,000 dollars including shipping. Regards, Daniel Builes. contact: danielbuilesm@gmail.com
  19. Hello, I am selling my BFD in hopes of upgrading to the digital BFD. Everything is in working order and I will be visiting Bartech to have Jim sign off on it's good condition as well prior to selling. The BFD includes: Transmitter w/ antennae Receiver w/ antennae 2 to 3 pin power cable 2x Receiver to Motor power cables XLR power cable Dtap power cable Carrying case Asking for $1500. It is $2100 new. The M-One includes: Motor 6x gears 3x rod adaptors off set hard shell case (not pictured) Asking for $2000. It is $2500 new. All in: $3500. You'll save $1100. If you have any questions or need more pictures, let me know. Thank you and have a great day.
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