Just upgraded to Cine Live but this very rig got me so far in my career. Everything is in excellent shape. Very smooth gimbal/arm [recently serviced by Tiffen]. Can fly and power a stripped Alexa no problem!
Come by and test it yourself. I live in West Hollywood and will give a crashcourse lesson if you are new to the community.
FLYER LE HARDWARE (cost $12,000 new):
Flyer-LE Sled w/ V-Lock Battery Mount, 7" LCD
Docking Bracket w/ aircraft pin
2 X PowerCube Batteries (new IDX E-HL9S)
Iso-Elastic Arm (24lb carry capacity instead of standard 19lb) w/ cloth bag
Steadistand (Spring-loaded turtle stand)
3/8 Camera Screw
1/4-20 Camera Screw
2 X BNC
EXTRA HARDWARE (paid about $1,500):
Custom cutout pelican case (3'x2'x1') w/ wheels and telescoping handle
Custom machined arm-post extensions (both 6" & 9")
Custom 3-pin Lemo spit to to 4-Pin XLR & 4 D-tap breakout
Manfrotto 472LCD ball mount (for monitor)
V-lock to AB battery adapter (if you have AB bricks on set)
Low mode bracket
DECIMATOR 2 w/ P-tap power cable
TERRY WEST ELECTRICAL MODIFICATIONS ($1,500 of work):
--UPGAUGED THE WIRING (can now power an Alexa with several accessories through the post ie. Decimator 2, Bartech & Teradeck/Paralinx simultaneously)
--ADDED HD-SDI BNC feed (can run SD or HD video feed)
--Fabricated 3-pin Lemo to Multi D-tap + 4-pin XLR splitter to power the camera and all accessories through the sled.
--Added additional Aux power cable to to power recorder or another monitor
Asking $8,000 for everything!
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