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I'm selling my Steadicam M1 System, including M1 Sled, M1 Volt Gimbal, G70X Arm, Ultravest and more. Everything is in great condition and perfect working order. Purchased in 2018, it hasn't been used a lot(one reason I'm selling it). I'm interested in selling as a complete package, or I can break it up as well. System includes the following: Steadicam M1 Sled, 2 section post with M1 Volt Gimbal, Tilt Head Stage, 8" Transvideo Monitor & Vmount Power G70x Arm Steadicam Ultravest Lowmode Bracket Mounting Bracket for M1 Volt Gimbal & Original M1 Gimbal Ultra Arm Protective Weather Cover 2 x Steadicam/Thermodyne hard cases for Sled and Vest/Arm respectively 4 x Dynacore 155 kWh Vmount with Powerbank Dual Charger Assorted Cables and Toolkit Asking Price for Full System: $33,500 Asking Prices for Individual Components: M1 Sled w/Volt Gimbal, Mounting Brackets, Lowmode bracket and Hard Case: $22,500 Tiffen G70x Arm with Bag & Weather Cover: $9,950 Tiffen Steadicam Ultravest: $2750 Arm & Vest Combo with Thermodyne Case: $12,000 Vmount Batteries with Powerbank Dual Charger: $400. Everything is priced to sell, and I'm not desperate to get rid of anything, so I'm not really interested in haggling. Buyer will also be responsible for Shipping charges. Pictures of the gear attached:
m1 volt forks for sale
David Berryman posted a topic in Steadicam Marketplace - For Sale
Neal Bryant posted a topic in Wave/VoltA 10 minute reel of shots I made with and without the Volt for Hulu’s “Dollface”. Most of the video is accompanied by descriptions of how I tune my Volt for different shots, along with why. This tool has fundamentally made my days at work better, allowing me to make bolder choices, with more precise results!
Selling a Clipper 312 Sled with the upgraded G50 arm. The package shows little signs of wear as its been one of my main rigs over the years but still is in great condition. This rig has 3 HDSDI lines and 1 Analog through the post. The arm also shows some cosmetic wear but has recently been serviced and is in good working condition. This gear is located in NJ/NY, will ship worldwide (buyer pays shipping) **This Clipper 312 is compatible with the new M1 Volt intelligent horizon assist system ** **Vest Not Included** Will provide more detail upon buyer request. $28,000 USD Clipper 312 Components: -Three Section 1.5 carbon fiber post (sled extends 26-49in or anywhere in between) -v-lock dual battery pack -low profile tilt head alters the lens angle +/-15 degrees -G50 arm (lifting from 12-50lbs) boom range of 32 inches -Transvideo 8” Monitor Super Bright Additional Parts: -TV Logic 5” LCD (HD/SDI, HDMI & Analog Input) -Power Cable with Custom bracket for TV Logic Monitor -6” arm post -6 IDX V-lock batteries -IDX Quad Charger -Low-mode bracket -docking Bracket -Monitor Cable -Custom Tally Cable -Gimbal Tool -Clipper 312 Rain Gear -Clipper 312 Case (1 lock broken) -Pelican Custom Storm Case iM2975 (Accessories and Arm)
Tiffen Volt or Arri Trinity??
Charles Unice posted a topic in Wave/VoltI’m a fairly new operator 3 years and going, started with a zephyr system and moved to a GPI pro system. I’m wondering what the community thinks of the volt vs trinity? They both have similar purposes and yet different implementation. I’m wondering what every one thinks... Pros and cons of both? Is one better than the other? challenges of either system? Trinity cost more but is the ability to invert the camera to low mode while shooting worth it? With a GPI sled I have the option of going either direction but I’m not sure which is better to invest in?