wie geht's? Funny to talk in english to you on a forum .
Didn't know about the Movi and it's ability to have pan operated in majestic mode while the tilt is fixed and remote only. In that case 'Smooth Lock' would be my favourite way of operating with the Movi.
I consider pan control by the operator as very important in combination with a jib style connection of a gimbal to a steadicam.
Of course I know Larry McConkey's application of his Movi on the steadicam. He was the first who had the idea about the 45 degree bracket when I was still thinking about how to accomplish the jib move over the front without getting the rear tubes into the frame.
the setup is quite lightweight as it's an aluminum bracket and only the weight of the gimbal and the camera. I think it was under 8 kg with the blackmagic.
It should work with Epic/Scarlet but I didn't tested it in that configuration, yet. I think it will be a good combination with Epic/Scarlet as they are short enough to not get in conflict with the turnaround boom.
I plan to test it as soon as possible and will try to place the touchscreen monitor directly behind the camera, connected to the dovetail.
The follow mode for pan works by turning the post, which is exactly as you would expect it for straight high or low mode. As the sled is horizontal it also works by turning the post itself and not by pointing the camera into direction. This needs a little time to get used to, you turn the post in order to pan and then follow your own pan by pointing the sled, so to say.
The three monitor positions would be behind the topstage or connected to the bracket pointing up for low mode, the normal steadicam monitor for high mode and directly behind the camera for horizontal sled positions. This way the monitor angle is kept horizontal together with the camera as it's naturaly the case with the blackmagics.
Still need to build one system for myself to make further tests as the rig in the video is now in Bucarest at the movie Lorenzo Senatore is currently working on.