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Full Glidecam Gold Rig upgraded for HD-SDI by Glidecam in Massachusetts. Sled with Anton Bauer battery plates, two monitors,3 types of low mode-f bracket and 2 S hooks, camera cage, two camera plates, dual battery charger, all kinds of cables nuts and bolts and backup replacement parts.Gold Arm very smooth and capable of flying DSLRS to full size film and Digital cinema packagesVestSled Stand Hill Docking BracketDoes not include the magliner and post (just used it to display the rig and take pictures)customized pelican 1650 rolling casepelican 1610 rolling caseThe entire rig fits neatly in the two pelicans for travel.Sled has both 12 and 24volt capabilities for flying various camera systems.Has Red and Arri power cables or XLR for any camera out there.I had the entire rig looked at by Glidecam recently when I had it upgraded. The Technician told me it was the cleanest, well maintained rig that has come across his bench.This really is a nice smooth and comfortable rig for anyone looking to get into steadi or as a backup rig.Thank youTotal Price $10,500Tags: Arri camera Optimo Angenieux cooke zeiss moviecam camera arricam Panavision Red camera canon lenses motion picture lenses motion picture cameras oconner head steadicam glidecam remote head remote camera follow focus digital motion picture cameras HD cameras High Definiton camera digital video Alexa camera red epic red one red mx canon 5d mark ii Panasonic varicam sony f35 sony cinealta jvc camera 3D camera
I am a Glidecam newbie, so please bear with me... I have purchased the Devon Graham model, which flies a small camera wonderfully, and am practicing away for when I'm going handheld with Face-detect auto-focus, which is awesome with the a6300... This set-up is fine for short stints, but I'm not Arnold Schwartsenuggie, so I have purchased a vest and arm which will arrive shortly... It is my intention to fly a Sony a6300 with prime cine geared lens in a small cage with rods, with a Redrock micro-Remote Follow Focus, and on the bottom- a Small HD Monitor or Atomos Recorder attached to a ball head on one side. I need to put a lightweight V- Mount battery, like the IDX DUO-C95 on the other side to power the follow focus and the monitor... Any suggestions for how to mount the battery on the bottom would be hugely appreciated. Also, should I mount the battery on the underside of the sled for dynamic balance? Seems like a lot of high end rigs put the battery on the underside...