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Master Series Steadiam for sale


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#1 Kevin Braband

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 07:07 PM

Master Series EDTV steadicam for sale.

This includes:

Sled with 5" monitor, capable of 16x9.

Master film arm 20-45 lbs.

4 Anton Bauer batteries and charger

Sled case and Arm case

All cables/Rods

Low mode cage and accessories

This is the perfect back-up system for someone or a good system for the budding operator. MUST SELL!!


$15,000
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#2 Brian Freesh

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 09:10 PM

Master film arm 20-45 lbs.


The arm can lift >70lbs, though depending on the weight of the sled, monitor, and battery the total camera lift capacity might max out around 45lbs (and who wants to fly that much or more anyway) The minimum camera capacity is closer to 15lbs, maybe less, on my arm.

Anyone with better numbers please chime in, I just wanted to throw this in here so the buyer understands they'll get more than they thought, depending how they were looking at it.

Good luck on the sale, Kevin.
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#3 Kevin Braband

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 11:03 PM

Master film arm 20-45 lbs.


The arm can lift >70lbs, though depending on the weight of the sled, monitor, and battery the total camera lift capacity might max out around 45lbs (and who wants to fly that much or more anyway) The minimum camera capacity is closer to 15lbs, maybe less, on my arm.

Anyone with better numbers please chime in, I just wanted to throw this in here so the buyer understands they'll get more than they thought, depending how they were looking at it.

Good luck on the sale, Kevin.



Thanks for the in info. However. I am referring to what the information was back at the time when the CP manurals were written. I understand real world stats, it I need to stay within the printed material. Take care.
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#4 Brian Freesh

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Posted 14 August 2010 - 01:51 AM

My apologies, I went off on a tangent without really getting to the point. I see people mix up total arm lift capacity and camera weight capacity all the time. It may be because older specs used camera capacity, while modern specs refer to total lift capacity of the arm. A G-70 lifts up to 70 lbs for example, but the total camera weight will be less than that.

So my point was that 45 lbs is not the total lift capacity of the arm, which would have it lifting less than a G-50. It actually lifts as much as a G-70, and always did.

In trying to keep people from being confused, I seem to have become adept at making them more so. Sorry about that!
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#5 Darren McDonald

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Posted 08 January 2011 - 08:19 PM

Hi there, Is this still for sale ?
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