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  1. Hi All, So I just had my gimbal serviced. When I got it back, I went to balance it, and it is very out of balance, I can static balance it fine. But when spun 180 degrees, it tilts back quite severely. I chased it around for about an hour (rebalancing to where it would land). Same thing every time. Does anyone know how I can balance this myself? Please say it's easy. Any help, and the sooner the better, would be GREATLY appreciated, as I obviously need this for work. Thank you in advance.
  2. I am currently starting a show with the DXL2. I have a Master Series, and am having trouble lining up the camera plate to the body. The only way I was able to mount it was with the bridge plate (pic bellow). While the sled flies well, it would be GREAT to be able to ditch the BP and go right to the camera. As it's making my sled quite long. Any advice as too where I could get a camera plate that would fit a Master (obviously different than the original plate) would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Used Vest, just like all Master Series vest are now it comes with minor cosmetic wears and blemishes, small tear on the left waist. It was always comfortable and great to start with or have as a back up vest. DM me for pricing!
  4. Selling my Glidecam Gold rig. Great solid rig for all types of work. Six Titanium springs allow the gold arm to handle a combined camera and sled carrying capacity of 56 pounds. For added strength and durability the vest and arm connectors are also made of Titanium. The arm and vest have Industry standard connector, so the arm can be used with other vests and the vest with other arms. The sled has an upgraded gimbal for even smoother performance. 1 Gold arm 1 Gold sled 1.5 " with Baer-Bel CamTec Gimbal and internal tally wiring 1 Gold series gimbal (extra gimbal) 1 Gold vest modified with additional straps 1 C-Stand 1 Glidecam docking bracket 1 Transvideo Rainbow II 6.5 SBL monitor with mounting plate 1 Redbyte Decimator 3G/HD/SDI converter 1 Pro VCT-U14 quick release plate 1 Pelican 1650 case Tally system, several connection cables and small parts Price: 8.000 € To speed up the communication, please contact me by e-mail if you are interested or have any questions: brenootranto@gmail.com
  5. Hello, How difficult/ what is the process for re-wiring a Master series sled to support HDSDI? Maybe even swap out the 4 pin HiROSE to be all 2 pin LEMOs and throw on another Aton plate to the front of the K section too. I plan on keeping this sled for a few years so upgrading it is not a option, just wanted to try and bring it up-to-date. It all seams like a challenge over my head, is there anyone to be recommended for this in the LA area? Trying to know what i am getting into before I make the first step. Thanks.
  6. I am selling my Steadicam Master Series Arm. It has just come back from Tiffen having had a complete overhaul including all new bearings, new elbows, and everything else cleaned and checked thoroughly. The arm is in excellent condition and will come with the following: -Master Series Arm (68 pound lifting capacity) -Tiffen Arm Post (short) -Tiffen Arm Post (long - 12in) -PRO/EFP Arm Post -Soft Padded Arm Bag PRICE - $9,000 The arm is located in Los Angeles and can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. for free or anywhere internationally at the buyer's expense. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me. -Andrew 310-993-0039 aansnick@gmail.com
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