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#1 Phil Li

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 02:57 PM

Great arm with front back mount options, just not using the Steadicam anymore, so letting it go for $6500

 

Here is some info about it 

 

  • A rubber bands powered Arm

  • Silent, Simple, tough and lightweight structure

  • Arm weight: 3.1Kg (6.8Lb)

  • Weight range: 0-32Kg (0-70Lb) - No minimum weight required

  • Super soft at all ranges with any camera weight

  • Boom range: 83cm (32.7 inch)

  • No lockup on boom range edges (nor up or down)

  • Minimum components

  • No maintenance

  • Stainless steel sealed ball bearings (dust and water proof)

  • Hard anodized Teflon sealed

  • New designed Socket - strong, light weight with quick change from regular to goofy foot – all tool free. Each rod end has second knob to prevent play after adjusting the socket. 

  • 5 times less pressure on the axis comparing to a spring arm

  • No footsteps showing in long lenses and slow movement

  • Empowers operator's abilities 

 

http://www.nbstabilizer.com/arm

 

 

 

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#2 Phil Li

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Posted 26 January 2018 - 01:02 PM

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