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  1. Hello, I want to buy a rain cover for my Pro Titan Arm. If possible in Europe. (I'm located in Luxembourg) Thank you Greetings Oli
  2. Hello, I want to buy a GPI Pro titan arm rain cover. If possible in Europe. (I'm located in Luxembourg). Thank you
  3. We are in the final process of making clear raincovers for both Alexa & Panavision XL (fits the LW too) for Steadicam mode! Contact me if you have interest! Patti Harrison Camera Essentials cameraessentials@gmail.com (626) 844-3722
  4. XCS Ultimate Rain Cover Battery + Sled. Brand new. Never used New $170 - selling for $125 plus shipping. More information here: http://www.cameraessentials.com/stabilizer_camera_rain_covers.htm
  5. Camera Essentials is exploring making rain poncho's for Stabilizers - we have made a small run of ponchos and are 'testing the water' :) The Rain Poncho's are made of black waterproof-breathable fabric, and have two velcro 'access' flaps in the front for the stabilizer arm to emerge. Otherwise, it's your basic Poncho, goes over the head and has a drawstring around the neck. The Poncho is 36' from shoulder to front hem, and 42" shoulder to rear hem (longer in the back). We didn't make it with a hood, just a drawstring at the neck. What would you prefer? Here is the link to our website: http://www.cameraessentials.com/stabilizer_camera_rain_covers.htm Cheers, Patti Harrison
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