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#1 JohanPhillips

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 03:27 AM

Hello.
Hope you all are well.

I have a job coming up with the Alexa and a onboard CODEX.

Apparently its about 25w in 24v. And a 2,5 kg lump on top of the camera.

I normally power the Alexa from my 2 Dionic HC and ger about one and a half houer of runtime.


What do you guys think of this little thing? Is it ok, or a ........

How do you power it? Through the rig or Alexa onboard bats.

Any tips and pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards johan
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#2 James Davis

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Posted 29 November 2011 - 10:17 AM

Hello.
Hope you all are well.

I have a job coming up with the Alexa and a onboard CODEX.

Apparently its about 25w in 24v. And a 2,5 kg lump on top of the camera.

I normally power the Alexa from my 2 Dionic HC and ger about one and a half houer of runtime.


What do you guys think of this little thing? Is it ok, or a ........

How do you power it? Through the rig or Alexa onboard bats.

Any tips and pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Best regards johan


Some good info here:

http://www.steadicam...opic=13639&st=0
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