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Steadicam Pilot, 5D, Zeiss CP2's and a bartech


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#1 thomas-english

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 05:49 AM

My mates are shooting a super low budget feature film. I'm happy to mooch down there and knock out some shots for them but I want to really concentrate on chatting up Art Department and Make-up than humping my 12 flight cases, magliner and van around. So considering using a Pilot they have access to. I figure with rigs feasibly getting lighter and lighter I'd better get some lightweight practise in.

How has anyone rigged a Bartech on a Pilot? I've got a V-Lock to Pag plate with a D-tap out, I could put on the bottom battery and run a cable up and over the front. Seems sensible?

I've never really looked at one. Can it take the weight with a 5D, Bartech, CP2 and a plastic petroff mattbox with 2 filters?
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#2 Louis Puli SOC

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 06:57 AM

How has anyone rigged a Bartech on a Pilot? I've got a V-Lock to Pag plate with a D-tap out, I could put on the bottom battery and run a cable up and over the front. Seems sensible?

I've never really looked at one. Can it take the weight with a 5D, Bartech, CP2 and a plastic petroff mattbox with 2 filters?
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Hi Thomas
Here is a still of what you are looking for .I did my first 5D commercial a few weeks ago but on my full rig .
Good luck
Louis Puli

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