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  1. 2,000 USD 4 x 260WH Gold mount Dynacore Batteries and a 4 bank charger. This was all bought in 2018. They were never put in a rental house so the cycles are low for their age. They were always stored with a full charge so they're quite healthy. These batteries last forever and I love them. I actually have 9 of them, so I'm keeping 5. I got a smaller camera recently so I don't need all the power. These work well on lights too, if need be. I'm located in Vancouver. If you're in the area I can drop off, otherwise buyer pays for shipping.
  2. Hello all So, I've only ever flown rigs where the camera (usually a Red Epic, but at times a Panasonic AF100 and Sony EX-1 too) has been powered by its own batteries on the top stage. My understanding is you can power the camera using the rig's batteries, and there are switch/es near the base of the post to change between 12v and 24v power. Ok, so sounds easy - I set the voltage to whatever the camera needs to be supplied. Am I missing something? All over the forum I've found cases of setting the wrong voltage, not understanding what the switch does, and generally getting confused. Is there something more complex here, surely? Thanks, Nathan
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