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#1 Lars Erik

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Posted 29 June 2011 - 11:49 PM

Selling my Bartech FF w/ M-One and several cables due to usage of other systems.

Letting it go for a low price.

Yes, there's a catch;

the unit needs repair.

My thought is to sell it to someone in the US. Don't make sense to send it to Jim for repair, then get it back and ship it out again.
I can ship it to the buyer who gets it fixed, Jim will let us know what it cost to repair it and we'll just deduct that price from the sales price.
Buyer gets it for a lower price for the trouble of doing it this way.

PM me if you're interested and I'll listen to offers.


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#2 Lars Erik

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 02:07 AM

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 02:12 AM

more pictures...

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#4 Lars Erik

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 02:14 AM

final picture...


and...

Cables:

BFD to M-One x 2
RED run/stop x 1
BFD R/x power cable (AB) x 1
BFD R/x power cable (LEMO FGG.0B) x 1
ARRI 435/ST/LT run/stop x 1
ARRI BL/SR3 run/stop x 1
Canon run/stop x 1
BFD to ARRI output power 24v x 1


0.8 32P x 1
0.5m x 1
48P x 1
0.4m 64P x 1
0.6m x 1
0.8m 32P x 1


All adapters to fit various sizes of rods.

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#5 Lars Erik

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 01:24 PM

I apologize, but I should have written was needs to be fixed. My bad.


The units issues;

- T/x power buttons bit fuzzy sometimes. Needs to be looked at replaced.

- Sometimes when calibrating the motor just spins. (The most likely causes of motor running away are a faulty potentiometer in the motor, a broken wire in the motor or a broken wire in the receiver, according to Jim)

- R/x has short circuited.


Have spoken to Jim about it, and it will be repaired and get a complete check-up.


Price;

take it off me now 100%, $2000. Then you get the unit and ship it to Jim for repair.

buy it and wait to hear how much it costs, and I'll let it go for $2900. And then deduct the repair fee.



According to other listing, a unit like this in 100% function, would go for just under $4000.

Buyer pays for shipping.


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#6 Lars Erik

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 01:51 PM

SOLD!
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#7 Jay Kim

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Posted 30 June 2011 - 02:00 PM

Please check your PM.
Thanks!
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