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#1 Stefano Ben

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 09:19 PM

Hi Folks!

It's Time for a Winter Cleaning!!! XD

Here The List of some Spare Parts for Sale:

Ultra2 Vest in Mint Condition: 3800$

Tiffen Docking Bracket (Pro/Mk-v Stud) with 2 collars: 500$

3A Gimbal Upgraded and Serviced in Perfect Working Conditions: 5000$

Upper Junction Box HD (8 Lemo Pwr Connectors): 800$

1.5inch Carbon Fiber Center Post with Lemo Connectors: 1400$

Lower Junction Box HD (2 HD Outputs but one must be fixed) 12/24volts: 1600$

If you whant to assembly a new Sled, This is what you need!!! I Invite you to buy the Upper Box, the Lower Box and the Center Post as Set because it's all combatible. But You can also buy only the Center Post if you need it!

Buyer Pays Shipping!!!

I Also Accept Paypal Payment!

I Can Send pics of all Stuff to the buyers.

Please Guys, feel free to email me, but ONLY if you are Seriously interested!!!

Best Wishes to All of you for an Happy 2012 Year!

Steve
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#2 Osvaldo Silvera SOC

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 09:32 PM

$5,000 for a 3A gimbal?
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Posted 30 December 2011 - 09:45 PM

Seriously $5K for a 3A gimbal? That's just a "bit" high (like double)
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#4 Stefano Ben

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 09:51 PM

Hi Osvaldo, Yeah! It's a copy of a 3A Handle... But it was made in the 2010 Year and It's Perfect! Look at this Pic and let me know! ;-)

Steve
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#5 Stefano Ben

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 10:01 PM

Hi Eric!

Here another pic. about the "Golden Gimbal" XD

Seriously... It's Just Perfect!!!
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Posted 31 December 2011 - 04:40 PM

Seriously $5K for a 3A gimbal? That's just a "bit" high (like double)



Then I've got an EFP sled to sell you for just 20k! :rolleyes:
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#7 Stefano Ben

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 09:32 PM

Hi Kevin!

Would you replace your EFP gimbal and buy this one from me??? :P

No plays... I promise you!!! :lol:

Anyway... Maybe one day you will can fly with it and in that moment you will understand the price reason! ;)

Best, Steve.
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#8 Kevin Andrews SOC

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 01:28 PM

Thanks for the offer. Bit pricey for me right now.
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#9 Eric Fletcher S.O.C.

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 08:53 PM

Thanks for the offer. Bit pricey for me right now.



Seriously why would you buy that used gimbal when you could get a NEW XCS gimbal for a few hundred more?
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 09:59 PM

While I agree with Eric in general, I do feel the need to point out that a new XCS gimbal and Ergo handle is closer to $7K. Times have changed! (I bought a 2nd gimbal this past year and was a little shocked at the tag).
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#11 Afton Grant

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 03:13 AM

While I agree with Eric in general, I do feel the need to point out that a new XCS gimbal and Ergo handle is closer to $7K. Times have changed! (I bought a 2nd gimbal this past year and was a little shocked at the tag).


I've bought one a little more recently. $7150 to be exact.

Worth it.
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#12 Eric Fletcher S.O.C.

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 03:18 AM

The point is a EP design gimbal is a relic of the past. The XCS gimbal (and PRO) are so far superior that it's not even a fair fight
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#13 Stefano Ben

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 11:46 AM

Obviously Eric have right! I Understand your point Eric and I'm agree with you, but All depends about your feeling with your gimbal. This is why, this gimbal have the same bearings on the handgrip but have this kind of Handle... for the EFP/3A Gimbal Lovers.

Maybe I'm wrong but... I'm still loving the 3A Handle and I hope I'm not the only one!

Also... Some of the Best shoots in the Past years was made with a 3A or a Pro1 Sled....

So..??? This Means that it's not the perfect equipment but the Guy into his Vest... That Guy make the difference... with his passion and fearless determination... Not an XCS or PRO or TIFFEN or MK-V Sled... Only the Operator maybe with his Old 3" Green Screen Monitor.

Yeah! I'm one of us to have changed/upgraded his equipment to have a wonderfull and new Stuff (Pro Hybrid Sled, TB-6 Monitor, WK Harness, Lots of Original Cables and accessories) but when I see a beautifull shoot made by some of the best Italians Steadicam Op. that still shooting with a 3A or a Pro1 Sled.... I think "Wooow" and I say to me "Can all this my perfect, expencive and NEW stuff make the difference in the FRAME????"

Maybe in the future to come will be the "Space Sleds" that will flying on air without any arms or vests... But The rules will remains the same of the past and today... Like I said before... All depends on the Guy!

Just my 2 cents.

However... Like we had discuss... This is an excelent Gimbal and cost around 2k less than a XCS Gimbal. Have the same bearings and almost the same design except for the 3A Handle.

Best, Steve.
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#14 Erik Brul

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 03:55 PM

Yeah! I'm one of us to have changed/upgraded his equipment to have a wonderfull and new Stuff (Pro Hybrid Sled, TB-6 Monitor, WK Harness, Lots of Original Cables and accessories) but when I see a beautifull shoot made by some of the best Italians Steadicam Op. that still shooting with a 3A or a Pro1 Sled.... I think "Wooow" and I say to me "Can all this my perfect, expencive and NEW stuff make the difference in the FRAME????"


I really love this quote Stefano.. finally someone who says it like it is (I.M.H.O). :)
But i have wondered many many times about several shoots (also from the past ofcourse) which were done with stone age equipment but with
wonderfull results. I'm in the market for a bigger rigs and it is possible that i will settle for the next years again with again a older system
like that SK2 i had. I did some really nice shots with that oldskool rig (3A style gimbal) which i did not believe when i watched playback..

Oldskool rules :)

just my worthless 2 eurocents
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#15 Eric Fletcher S.O.C.

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 04:03 PM

Yeah! I'm one of us to have changed/upgraded his equipment to have a wonderfull and new Stuff (Pro Hybrid Sled, TB-6 Monitor, WK Harness, Lots of Original Cables and accessories) but when I see a beautifull shoot made by some of the best Italians Steadicam Op. that still shooting with a 3A or a Pro1 Sled.... I think "Wooow" and I say to me "Can all this my perfect, expencive and NEW stuff make the difference in the FRAME????"


I really love this quote Stefano.. finally someone who says it like it is (I.M.H.O). :)
But i have wondered many many times about several shoots (also from the past ofcourse) which were done with stone age equipment but with
wonderfull results. I'm in the market for a bigger rigs and it is possible that i will settle for the next years again with again a older system
like that SK2 i had. I did some really nice shots with that oldskool rig (3A style gimbal) which i did not believe when i watched playback..

Oldskool rules :)

just my worthless 2 eurocents



Oldskool does rule, just don't try to get newskool prices when you sell it
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