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#1 Wing Gee

Wing Gee

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Posted 22 September 2009 - 10:16 AM

I pieced most of the components separately. I purchased the 3A sled from John Vetter. The sled has Derose mods on it. It has an adjustable sliding base with measurement marks, A telescoping post with measurement marks, and a modified d-box that attaches below the top stage and various video/power outputs. The original 3A monitor never worked, and I replaced it with another steadicam green screen CRT. I think it's off a EFP, but it has a built in frameline generator. I will include the original 3A Monitor parts if you wanted a try at repairing it. I will include two gimbals. One is a custom made gimbal and the other is a pro-gear steel 3a gimbal. The gimbals will not hold proper dynamic balance, However, the pro-gear does hold it better. Comes with 6 batteries, I would say half of them needs to be re-celled. Comes with a PAG charger that will charge two at once. An assorted collection of power cables from XLR to panavision to big/small lemos. Bartech Battery meter and 24v converter is also included.

Derose modded 3A sled
Adjustable base
Telescoping post
Modified d-box with various video/power outputs.
Steadicam Green CRT with frameline generator (I think it's an EFP model)
Bartech Voltage meter
24V converter
6 batteries
PAG Charger
Post wrap grip
Custom Gimbal
Progear steel gimbal
Progear docking bracket (Missing matching collar, using a different collar)
3 topstage plates.
Extra spare parts top stage housing.
See pictures for assortment of power/video cables
Batteries and Sled come with Hard cases.
Original broken 3A monitor.


$2000 OBO.
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