1. Pro Donkey Box 2 with T-mount for Preston and MDR mount to T mount.
2. MKV- V-2 top of post J-box 12/24V = 3 ports , video =2 ports (same pins as pro for video, AR port = 1 port, BNC in = 1 port.
3. MKV- 2 inch -4 stage post. Has integrated docking rings for MKV docking Bracket but I use the Hill docking bracket so there are 2 hill rings on the sled.
4. XCS Ultimate Gimbal 2 inch
5. MKV- V-2 Monitor mount with drop down bars
6. Jerry Hill Lower Battery Bracket (Jerry RIG) 12/24V
7. PRO Cheese plate Arri
8. Jerry Hill Docking Rings for use with your Hill Docking Bracket, 2 ,one on top and one on bottom
9. 24V. Arri- Alexa/435/SR2/Arricams
10. 12V- 4 pin Arri 3 or video cameras
11. 12V Arri 3 cable for high speed with Arri 3,
12. Preston MDR Power Rig to MDR
13. Moviecam 24v power
14. RED 1 power cable
15. Anton bauer female, good for powering anything that needs P-tap power
16. Panavision 12v
17. Panavision 24v
18. Cintape power 12/24, 3 pin Fischer RS male
19. Hard Travel custon case (Black/ Red) ( Not Pictured)
20. Arcos on board Recorder with cable that powers from the sled
1. Pro D-box 2- New $3500
2. MKV- J box- New $1300.00
3. XCS Gimbal – New $6300.00
4. MKV- V-2 Monitor mount- $1400.00
5. Hill Battery Bracket- $5500.00
6. MKV- 2inch 4 stage post and cable- $3500
7. Cheese plate- $180.00
8. Hard Case- $600.00
9. 24v arri - $220.00
10. 12v- Arri – $150.00
11. 12V- Arri 3 high speed- $150.00
12. 24 volt Moviecam- $150.00
13. Rig to Preston- $195.00
14. Red power cable- $220.00
15. Anton Bauer- rig to P tap female $165.00
16. Panavision 12V- 190.00
17. Panavision 24 V -$220.00
18. Rig to cinetape- $185.00
19. Gorlock rings- $170.00
20. Arcos on Board recorder and Cable- $350.00
Total If bought new- $24645.00
ASKING- $15500.00 OBO
1. In the shortest mode, the rig from top of Donkey Box to the bottom of the battery Box is only 33 inches long.
2. When the rig is fully extended its 78 inches long.
3. I never had any problems powering any cameras.
I put this rig together 6 years ago bought all the parts new, I believe I put together a great rig. Having the integrated super post will give you an advantage over the other OP that don’t own a super post, which means more jobs. Its much faster than having to change your rig over if you own a super post. In low mode you will be able to scrap the ground. When getting called from producers or Dp’s I always get asked, “ How low can you go in low mode”
Jerry - Rig
This is a highly refined approach to my needs of operating. The first objective was to build something reliable. Second was for it to withstand the hardships of location shooting. Third, fast and easy to setup.
I picked Anton Bauer batteries because you can find them anywhere in the world, and there is a wide choice of batteries and chargers.
The thinking behind the design of the “Jerry-Rig” was to have a sled that was convertible to the camera you are flying. Meaning that if you are flying a video camera and it is not very heavy then you should be able to use one battery for the power and weight savings. If you would like to run two you can. This is also true for the heavy film cameras. One for 12 volt and two for 24 volt. You can also mix and match the batteries.
"Update your 3-A or EFP sled."
The housing is milled from solid stock (2024-T351) and then hard anodized (Black). The pin out for the cables are the same as the PRO design so it’s totally interchangeable.
Some of the unique and innovative features:
· The ICBM is integrated into the sled. This keeps an eye on your battery level.
· Built in video DA.
· Worm drive for the battery adjustment (red knob). Batteries can be
adjusted 8” inches fore and aft. There is also a coarse adjustment that disengages the worm drive. An adjustment scale is provided on the side of the sled.
· The battery box has two circuit breakers to cut power.
· Two switches to select battery configuration and power
(12 volt or 24 volt ).
· The battery box can be setup for goofy foot operators.
· Walking lightTM. Located in the bottom of the sled, this powerful LED is handy
for dark stages and night shooting to see where you are stepping and to see your marks.
· Precision balancing level in an ideal position.
· Plenty of outputs for power and video.
· The "Jerry-Rig" sled is only 10 3/4" Long x 3" Wide x 8" Tall. (3.5 lb.)
The sled with post, gimbal, donkey box, Preston amp., TB-6 and one Pro Pack battery weights in at 18 lb. total.
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Please email me or call me off the forum to discuss this sale
I guarantee all this gear to be in perfect working order. If you want more pictures or closer pictures of the gear, please email me.
At this time, I would like to sell the gear as a one, not ready to part out.
This gear is located in Chicago, you will have to pay for shipping