Steadicam Provid rig for sell $6,000
I bought it a couple of years ago from a guy that was shooting movies with it and moved up to a producer role. I ended up getting very busy with my role with ESPN and never got a chance to fully learn how to use it. Here is the write up from when I bought it:
Upgraded Steadicam ProVid is well USED and still works great.
It will carry up to 25 pounds.
I have flown cameras as light as DSLRs, up to ENG style cameras
It will fly a RED Epic/Scarlet with PL Zeiss Super Speeds lens, a Bartech Follow Focus, and transmitter perfectly!
The heaviest camera this rig flew was a Sony F900 and came close to maxing out the arm.
I dropped the old lower and had a custom one made milled out of aircraft quality aluminum, and anodized.
I added an additional AB battery mount. The rear battery will power the monitor and the center battery runs power up to the sled to power cameras or accessories.
This Steadicam Comes with:
ProVid Dual Iso-Elastic Arm (S/N 00888A)
Steadicam ProVid Vest
Steadicam 2 stage post with new lower and added internal HDMI Cable (S/N 00737S)
Dovetail Plate (with 1/4-20 and 3/8-16 camera screws)
Marshall V-R70P-HDA LCD Monitor
Two (2) Anton Bauer Hytron 140 batteries (recelled 10/2013)
Sony ENG Quick Release Camera Plate
Short BNC Cable (sled to camera or lower to monitor)
Lemo 4-pin to XLR 4-pin (for monitor power from rear AB battery)
Lemo 2-pin to XLR 4-pin (power from sled to camera or accessory)
BNC-F to BNC-F barrel
BNC-F to RCA-F connector
RCA-M to BNC-F connector
BNC-M to RCA-F connector
Extra 1/4-20 and 3/8-16 camera screws
An Assortment of Wires, Connectors, and Screws
Original Grey Case
American Combo stand.
Pictures can be found here:
I rented the rig to the guy I bought it from 2 weeks ago, and everything is in perfect working order. Also I bought 2 Anton Batteries and a charger that will come with this rig. I am new to the forum and it is not letting me upload any photos at the moment but I would be happy to share more via email.