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#1 Erwin Landau

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Posted 05 November 2009 - 05:07 AM

Original Steadicam Cart Prototype

Aluminum Camera Cart. Length 51 1/2" (55” collapsed with pull handle); Width 25”, Height 42”. When collapsed the cart’s height is reduced to 7”.

The Aluminum Steadicam Case Cart is fully collapsible and the four main wheels fit inside the cavity for easy shipping. It is held together by four round posts (2 additional posts for push/pull action that are removable) which attach to a bottom and top shelf by using telescopic locks operated with a 5/32 Allen wrench. All accessories are attached to the posts in the same manner.

The Top Shelf is adjustable and can be set at any height. Currently determined by the shipping cases, but can be set, without them , at any hight). The Top shelf has a weight capacity of 200 pounds. The Bottom Shelf has a weight capacity of 800 pounds.

The 10” heavy duty foam filled carefree wheels are detachable by sliding them out of a rail unit secured with a spring lock button. The cart breaks down to a self-contained travel case.

The cart includes:

6 heavy-duty vertical aluminum 29 1/2” posts. (2 with push handles)

Adjustable top shelf and stationary bottom shelf. 50.5” x 24” with a 3” lip. Carpeted shelfs.

Full width push/pull handle when collapsed, 2 hand push/pull handles when erect.

Four removable 10” heavy duty foam filled carefree wheels, (two swivel w/ locks, two fixed)

Two huge recessed 3" casters for transporting the collapsed "case".

Weight: 98 pounds (with wheels)

Steadicam riser with bumper (standard 5/8" Pin)
Build in umbrella/rain gear holder
Vest holder (for steadicam style front mount vest, removable)
Steadicam docking stand holder (removable)
Stand front box with front box holder
Sand Dune Wheel Kit ($500.- value)

And many spares.

3 ATA equipment cases (with leads for shipping)
- Vest and arm case fits: klassen backmount vest, any steadicam arm (butt leather lined shoot ), space for hardmount and other AKS. (Inside lined with carpet, case has wheels)
- Accessory case with two draws, one large with no dividers, one small with 6 compartments lined with carpet.
- Battery case space for 12 batteries (AB Dionics, Trimpacs, Hytrons, Proformers or Power Cubes) and 2 chargers as well as numerous compartments for AKS. (Inside lined with carpet)

1650 Pelican for optional Wheels and mounting AKS

Free for local buyer only:
Steadi cart loading and transport assembly with ramps for Van loading (2x 6 foot and 2x 8 foot ramps)
Note: Only for local delivery. Or you figure out shipping (big hassle)

Spend almost $8000.-. Price $4500.-

Contact: Erwin Landau
Phone: +1-818-448-2639
Email: steadicam@landaucamera.com
Location: California

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#2 Erwin Landau

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 03:33 AM

Thank You, The Cart has been sold!
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#3 Robert Starling SOC

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 01:12 PM

Thank You, The Cart has been sold!

Someone scored a nice cart!

Erwin, your cart is so big does it require a license plate and title transfer? :P
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#4 Erwin Landau

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 05:38 PM

Watch it Buddy, or I'll call the DMV on your "small" cart.

BTW: the new one is bigger... inside... even swallows the rig whole...

I checked the tires... It says "not for Highway use" ... Oh well I'll drive it on the Autobahn then...
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