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#16 Afton Grant

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Posted 06 August 2013 - 12:46 PM

*rimshot*


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#17 Joyce Go

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Posted 18 September 2013 - 03:56 AM

Enrique, They´re manufactured in Argentina. I´m currently arranging a meeting to test one of their models.

Greetings!

Argentina manufactured?..


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#18 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 09:03 AM

 

 

Good luck with that. What I saw at CineGear wasn't impressive.

 

Just wondering if you could expand on that Eric, as there are many people keen to hear professional appraisals of these emerging brands. Were their particular build or geometry issues with sled/arm? Was it not competitive with other brands in a similar price range? Are there pitfalls you could point out?

 

 

I'll elaborate for Eric.  With my bare hand I was able to squeeze the centerpost hard enough to feel it deform slightly under my fingers.  Small pitfall.  

 

this is bullshit the post is solid rigid with carbon fiber twill 3k and 3mm wall thikness where did you used the gear??

 


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#19 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 09:12 AM

this is bullshit the post is solid rigid with carbon fiber twill 3k and 3mm wall thikness where did you used the gear??

 

 

 

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#20 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 09:21 AM

the new model the RAVEN has a lot of changes 

red and alexa power cables

full aluminum t6 and 7075 anodize and lazer engraving 

 

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#21 Eric Fletcher S.O.C.

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 10:06 AM

Not bullshit at all. We saw the gear at cinegear
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#22 Igor Votintsev

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 12:00 PM

the new model the RAVEN has a lot of changes 

red and alexa power cables

full aluminum t6 and 7075 anodize and lazer engraving 

 

The batteries died on the last photo...


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#23 Afton Grant

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 02:42 PM

I'm sorry you feel that way, Luciano. I'm not making it up, however. At cinegear, I grabbed the post with my own hand, squeezed hard, and was able to observe the post deforming slightly within my hand. It recovered as I let go.
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#24 Martin Stacey

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Posted 25 March 2014 - 03:07 PM

Have to admit I agree with Eric and Aston, the post was "soft" to the touch. I could only imagine how much flex it would have under a heavy load when given a shake let alone what would happen when you over tighten the post sections. The lack of gimbal sleeve and consumer connectors top and bottom were off putting as well. Didn't bother trying the arm out after seeing that.
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#25 Osvaldo Silvera SOC

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 01:06 AM

I believe here is a young operator here in town who received his and is quite happy with it I was told by him, not sure if he's in on this forum.

 I tried to demo a 2" gimbal to get as a backup for the 2nd rig but havent as of yet. If I do, I will of course test it in ernest since I really do want to have a gimbal for each sled.


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#26 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 10:31 AM

Not bullshit at all. We saw the gear at cinegear

yes we saw you at cinegear Erick that's true hahaha and coming from you just sayins is nothing impresive is something good hahahaha what im sayin is bullshit what Afton said that if  you squeze the post is soft the post is super rigid and everibody can come to the shop and tested.

same as all the sled. the gear you saw at the cinegear is an old version asn still fricking rigid.


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#27 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 10:34 AM

I believe here is a young operator here in town who received his and is quite happy with it I was told by him, not sure if he's in on this forum.

 I tried to demo a 2" gimbal to get as a backup for the 2nd rig but havent as of yet. If I do, I will of course test it in ernest since I really do want to have a gimbal for each sled.

sure osvaldo please test our product our gimbal are available in stock and you can tested at the shop before you buy it.


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#28 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 10:36 AM

Have to admit I agree with Eric and Aston, the post was "soft" to the touch. I could only imagine how much flex it would have under a heavy load when given a shake let alone what would happen when you over tighten the post sections. The lack of gimbal sleeve and consumer connectors top and bottom were off putting as well. Didn't bother trying the arm out after seeing that.

if you squeze the post I give you a gear for free, this is black mail and bullshit. you can came to the shop I wanna see that


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#29 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 10:40 AM

 

the new model the RAVEN has a lot of changes 

red and alexa power cables

full aluminum t6 and 7075 anodize and lazer engraving 

 

The batteries died on the last photo...

 

guest was for counter balance my friend since he have a battery in the monitor and other at the camera


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#30 Luciano Reverberi

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 10:46 AM

I'm sorry you feel that way, Luciano. I'm not making it up, however. At cinegear, I grabbed the post with my own hand, squeezed hard, and was able to observe the post deforming slightly within my hand. It recovered as I let go.

if you squeze this with your fingers you are superman. come to the shop and I wanna see it with my eyes I tried to do it and is hard as a rock

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