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G-50 and the Arri 435

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#1 Philip J. Martinez SOC

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Posted 24 August 2007 - 11:19 PM

So obviously I have not worked this week, all the trips to camera houses but?.

I was very pleased today when I went to CSC and put up a 435 Advanced on a Clipper 24 with a G-50 arm and it had 4 ½ turns left in it.

It was:
Arri 435 Advanced
400? Steadicam mag
400? of film
Ultra prime (10,20, 28)
Clip on Matte box (not with the 10)
Bar Tech
M-one motor
RF transmitter
Digital level

Overall sled lengths was a little less then 30? much more manageable then the 40.5? sled with the Sony F23.

I remember reading about the arm not being able to handle this camera so I was very happy when it worked so well!

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#2 Anders Holck Petersen

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Posted 02 September 2007 - 06:50 PM

Yeah. I flew one a few months back on my Clipper II.
We had the video top, but on the day of the shoot, no time to change it over.
Still managed to ride ok.
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In this shot the post was fully extended (3 sections) and that was a bit prone to vibration.

Did a few shots at 150fps. Really surprised about the added inertia by the revolving film spools....
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