PRO 1 Sled with triple Anton Bauer battery base and donkey box, version 1. PRO j-box wired for SD video. Model 3 gimbal. I originally acquired this with a 3a gimbal but it was not in proper alignment, so I swapped it out with the model 3 gimbal, which behaves very well. The base has a switch for 24 volt power and a built in power tap. Sled includes one PRO mounting plate and a monitor bracket with spud. This will ship in a Pelican 1650 case. This could be a good back up sled or a starter sled. It’s fairly simple to swap out the gimbal or the top stage, when one is ready to upgrade. Looking for $5,200 plus shipping, but I’m open to best offers. Hoping to ship to U.S. destinations, but will consider other options if this languishes unsold. I’m in Chicago and am open to having this picked up and, if anyone would like to drop by and inspect the sled, that can be arranged. It’s a great sled, just one more than I need at this point. Here’s a link to many detailed photos (batteries are not included, only displayed for demonstration purposes): https://carlwiedeman...-1-sled-Triple/ aIMG_9320.JPG 57.92KB 57 downloads bIMG_9294.JPG 56.86KB 55 downloads
PRO 1 Sled with Anton Bauer battery base
Posted 03 March 2016 - 02:59 PM
I've never seen this sled so I can't vouch for it personally but this seems like a very good deal. The components alone add up to a lot more money than this and I really like the mods that have ben done to it. It could be a great sled!
Posted 03 March 2016 - 05:45 PM
Alec, Thanks for the sales pitch/review. Indeed, it's a pretty nice, entry-budget sled for bigger cameras. I picked it up for $6,000 a few years ago. Listed it for $5,200, hoping to move it out of here efficiently. I've had two inquires about why I'm selling, so I'll add this: I’m selling it as it’s one more sled than I need. I have two other full size sleds: an EFP which I had rewired with HD-SDI video and more power ports and a 3A sled which has HD-SDI video and a PRO junction box. So the PRO sled is my third and I haven’t used it much in the past year as I prefer the EFP sled for the bulk of my work and I use the 3a sled when I occasionally work with heavier cameras. More images here, if anyone missed the link above.
Posted 07 April 2016 - 08:12 AM
Bump. Still available. I’ve had several enthusiastic inquiries, but no one quite ready to make the purchase.
Posted 27 April 2016 - 10:51 AM
Bump. Knocking this down to the bargain price of $4,800. Shipping is $150, UPS Ground, with insurance, to continental US.