Posted 22 January 2004 - 06:54 PM
Let the information start flowing
Posted 25 January 2004 - 08:10 PM
igual por lo que se viste como se chimenta ...todo aca ..y la gente de svc es muy bocona ya lo compro el artemis ....sacando el tema del brazo ...supongo que esta bueno lastima que no lo customiso el efp que tiene...al final el poste es lo mismo pero con el anodizado nuevito...
bueno negro cualquier cosa que presises chifla ...
tengo aca el me kago en vos sled como le decis vos para que lo pispes cuando quieras ...todo completito con el poste extensible como el ultra y la base nexus que me llego hace poco ...
aaaaaaaaaaa si el chalequito de master series lo vendes...?
sorry spanish talk ....
Posted 26 January 2004 - 07:19 AM
Would you mind posting in English too, that way it might help all of us who don't speak Spanish very well
Peace, Ruben "Seriously, no habla!" Sluijter
Posted 27 January 2004 - 12:42 AM
that buy one artemis...for exchage of a little help .....
no joking ...nothing serius /we never see a artemis.....that is the point ...
Posted 29 January 2004 - 10:21 AM
I have had my Artemis Cine-Hd for 16 months now and still love it. Look into 2003 forum under "Artemis" . You will find posts on my opinion of the system. Pros and cons.
Posted 24 September 2004 - 09:20 AM
It is much more vibration free, and has a wide adjustment range.
I especially liked the monitor mount adjustment.
Have your tried the Rig arm. The artemis arm works well for heavy cameras, but I don't think adjusts as far the other way, I was also really impressed with all the stainless, water resistant stuff on the Rig.
Posted 25 June 2005 - 12:50 PM
Posted 24 September 2005 - 01:08 AM
Sachtler introduced a new member of the Artemis camera stabilizer family.
The new artemis DV Pro system is the right tool for the professional operator of today.
Obviously this system is the needed follow up of the artemis Cine/HD, Cine, EFP Pro and EFP systems, and the DV Pro offers the same quality of construction and functionality.
For more information, please contact: email@example.com
Posted 28 November 2005 - 02:25 PM
Posted 28 November 2005 - 09:04 PM
Chances are you are getting a small bit of voltage drop from the thin cables up your post. Take a Volt meter to the battery and then test it from the cable out of your upper J-box to see. In most cases the drop won't really kill you, but if you have old batteries and a hungry camera you'll notice this sooner as the batteries are already dropping too fast. I have to give kudos to Greg Bubb here because he uses thinker gauge cable up his post and it really has made a difference for this sort of thing.
By the way, I saw the latest Harry Potter the other day - nice work.
Posted 29 November 2005 - 12:40 AM
What Alec said is true, you lose some voltage going thru the post, I also fly a Artemis HD: I had a cable made with bigger gage on the power line.
1- Get a Hytron 120 or a big Propac, that should do the trick. Any "small" battery will cry for hunger.
2- Get a cable made directly from the AB plug on the battery holder to the camera power, 100% juice directly from battery, the drawback is in the camera movements, you now have a cable in the way to do some 360 on the gimbal. Should work alright in most cases.
Posted 29 November 2005 - 12:07 PM