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Sep 02, 2014 21:59 |  #451

Thats almost the exact same build Im trying to make. I really like the Lanparte stuff.

What is that monitor?


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Sep 02, 2014 23:36 |  #452

This one : Link (external link).

It works very well, and the price is quite good for that resolution :)


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Sep 07, 2014 19:13 |  #453

I beg to differ - that is very clean and sleek. Big thumbs up from me


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Sep 11, 2014 07:41 |  #454

A compact rig - Olympus PEN E-PL2 with Tamron 90mm F/2.8. Olympus SEMA-1 mic is viewable under the lens. Manfrotto Jr fluid head.

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Nov 07, 2014 10:39 |  #455

Just starting to build a rig...

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Nov 20, 2014 16:35 |  #456

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Nov 21, 2014 13:09 |  #457

Some great looking gear in this thread!


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Nov 29, 2014 19:33 |  #458

My Steadicam Pilot.. Which just so happens to be for sale right now ;)

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Dec 03, 2014 21:25 |  #459

I'm looking to pick up a Black Magic Cinema Camera to do some video work.

Can anyone suggest a decent shoulder rig or stabilizer? I'm looking for versatility.


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Feb 06, 2015 12:45 |  #460

Production Rig 15mm Rail Caps - Save your money!

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Apr 15, 2015 01:38 |  #461

My wee rig...

Still a lot to learn and bits to tidy up.


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Apr 15, 2015 02:38 as a reply to  @ seall's post |  #462

Can you break this down for me by component? I'm new here, but that looks like a rebel at the center with a tascam recorder and maybe a manfrotto fluid head and tripod. I see the rails, mattebox/bellows filter holder, continuous lights, monitoring headphones, shotgun mic, shoulder rig and handles, but I'm not sure what that thing on top of the shoulder rig is for. Battery pack for something?


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Apr 15, 2015 05:45 |  #463

The parts on top of the shoulder pad are a Lanparte battery pinch and the battery which feeds everything else on the rig.

It supplies the following:
5v to the Tascam
12v to the monitor
7.4v to the 600D
12v to the LED light
D-Tap to the Pag light

The bellows are from my RB67. The manual lens is a Mamiya 35mm 645 lens with manual follow focus and aperture control.




  
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Apr 15, 2015 12:04 as a reply to  @ seall's post |  #464

Very nice. ND filters in the bellows, I assume?


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Apr 15, 2015 14:12 |  #465

idkdc wrote in post #17518363 (external link)
Very nice. ND filters in the bellows, I assume?

Thanks. I did a small conversion to the bellows front to accept 100mm filters, also have a set of flags for the top and sides that provide further light protection. Not exactly an ideal solution but it does the job at the moment.




  
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