I have a new Steadicam Scout with an HD monitor to run with my Blackmagic cinema camera. I was trying to figure out how to power my camera with the steadicam battery. I could power the steadicam monitor with the battery on the steadicam by using the included cords. But there was no cord in my package that gave me the ability to power my camera with the battery below. I first settled with a battery mounted to the camera but this added unnecessary weight. So I purchased a 3pin lemo to dc cord and attached the camera to the steadicam base plate hoping that this would power my camera. What happened next is tragic. The monitor started smoking and then was no longer functional. Somehow, the cord that went from the camera to the steadycam, I presume then internally down through the steadicam to the monitor, fried the monitor! How is this possible? I now need either to replace the monitor, or repair it, but this does not give me comfort because I still do not know how to power the camera with the steadycam, what power cord to purchase, and how to configure the apparatus. I want only to run with a steadicam. I am not an electrician, nor should this have to be so complicated. Please advise.