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#1 sak mexico

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 08:55 AM

hi all!
I'm from Greece.
I bought the varizoom navigator and glidekam hd4000.

I have the following problem:
I can not find here in GREECE adapter in order to unite the navigator with glidekam hd4000.
knows a company or a website that could solve my problem?

I have send EMAIL to this website and wait for an answer
http://www.bhphotovi...w_Glidecam.html

very please if someone knows let me answer.

thanks in advance!
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#2 Dean Smollar

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 12:48 PM

Hi Sak! Welcome to the board!

I have to get this out of the way first: B&H Photo really shouldn't get in the habit of selling two pieces of equipment that don't naturally work together as a package without a way for them to connect with each other. Are you sure that the kit didn't come with anything to make this work?

As far as something that will allow you to adapt the HD4000 to the Varizoom arm, the first thing I would do is contact Varizoom Here. I'm pretty sure they'd be your best bet, since B&H didn't actually manufacture the gear you bought.

If there isn't a company that makes parts like that specifically, then you're most likely going to need to find someone local to you who can make you a custom pin that will fit over the Varizoom arm post like a sleeve and is the correct size to fit into the Glidecam. Honestly, that's the only solution I can think of given the drastic size difference between the arm post and the GC yoke. If you know anyone who knows anyone who does machine work, it should be a pretty simple task for them.

another option is to see if you can acquire a Glidecam arm instead., as the GC equipment is designed to work together.
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#3 sak mexico

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Posted 31 January 2012 - 07:34 AM

If there isn't a company that makes parts like that specifically, then you're most likely going to need to find someone local to you who can make you a custom pin that will fit over the Varizoom arm post like a sleeve and is the correct size to fit into the Glidecam. Honestly, that's the only solution I can think of given the drastic size difference between the arm post and the GC yoke. If you know anyone who knows anyone who does machine work, it should be a pretty simple task for them.



finally this is how I have to follow...

thanks for the answer!
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