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#1 Stew Cantrell

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Posted 24 September 2013 - 09:25 PM

Hey guys, 

I am on a film in NY on the September 30th and they are using the Alexa Studio. Does anyone on here know where I can rent a baseplate for it out in NY?


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#2 Gregory Dupe

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 01:21 AM

Hello, 

Can someone give us a return of experience on the use of the Alexa Studio on Steadicam ?
Are there any special mounting plates for this camera ?
I own the cam-jam.de bracket that attaches to the classical alexa, but by downloading the manual of the alexa studio this morning, it did not seem to attach the same way! did I wrong?
Thanks.
Grégory

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#3 Benjamin Treplin

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Posted 11 December 2015 - 04:17 AM

The Studio has the same base as the Arricam ST and LT.

I use this plate http://www.cinematic...or-accessories-

It fits Alexa and Alexa Studio and works great on the Alexa M and Mini with heavy lenses like a Hawk 45-90 Zoom.


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#4 Stew Cantrell

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Posted 15 February 2016 - 03:22 PM

The Studio has the same base as the Arricam ST and LT.

I use this plate http://www.cinematic...or-accessories-

It fits Alexa and Alexa Studio and works great on the Alexa M and Mini with heavy lenses like a Hawk 45-90 Zoom.

Thanks Ben, I actually ended up buying this plate in the middle of 2015 for a feature on an Alexa Studio and I love it.


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#5 Benjamin Treplin

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Posted 16 February 2016 - 07:54 AM

Hi Stew,

here is a setup with an Alexa M. I'm sure it works with Mini as well.

 

The plate is mounted backwards to the camera body, the front end of the 15 mm rods is locked to the plate with an adjustable 15 mm lens support bracket turned upside down and screwed into plate where the locking pin usually is.

 

A rocksolid vibration free build. I ended up with a 45-90 Hawk zoom on the camera worked like a charm.

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