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#1 JohnPinella



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Posted 11 December 2007 - 10:26 AM

Steadicam Master Elite package for sale
John Pinella, 317-251-3308, 317-201-3308 cel, jpinella@earthlink.net

Steadicam Master Elite Sled
*Quick-release top stage, new 2007 (with new large dovetail camera mounting plate) by Tiffen, Los Angeles
*New gimbal bearing, 2007 (Tiffen)
*Electronics check-out by Tiffen, LA, 2007
*Frame line generator
*Panasonic/Nebtek conversion 16x9 LCD monitor, NTSC, PAL, adjustable aspect ratio, custom mount, power and video from sled’s Hirose connector and special 4 pin Hirose to 6 pin Hirose cable
*Green screen monitor, adjustable squeeze
*Three CP batteries, recelled by LentEquip, Toronto 2006, light use since
*PAG charger for CP batteries
*Three IDX Li-Ion NP-L46 batteries with custom mount (allows sled to power 24 volt cameras, mounts to lower dovetail (see picture))
*IDX charger for IDX batteries
*Cable from NP-1 housing to Canon 4 pin, allowing unit to power other 12 volt access. when not used to make sled 24 volt capable.)

*Standard and Low mode docking rings
*Docking bracket
*12 volt 4 pin camera power cable (from rear of sled)
*12 volt 4 pin power cable from 2 pin Lemo connector at the front of the top stage (great for powering eye lights, other accessories)
*Preston power cable
*Various other cables
*Black “Encore/Hollywood” hard Anvil-style case for sled, batteries, etc. Looks very good.

Master Series Iso-elastic Arm
*Overhauled by Robert Luna, 2006, painted covers, looks very good, no corrosion
*Upgraded geometry (new bones) 4 years ago
*This arm can carry both the little and the big rigs. I’ve carried Arri 535B, Arri 435, Moviecam Compact, Sony 900 tricked out, Varicam with big lenses, cameras with Teleprompters. HDV cameras, as well.
Padded Steadicam logo bag for the arm

Master Series Vest
*Non-leather version. Vest not used for the last several years when I converted to a back-mounted harness. Looks good.
*Soft bag for vest

*Camera Essentials rainproof covers for sled, arm and monitor, used twice
*Low mode F handle, or D handle, or whatever it is...

I can't seem to figure out how to upload pictures. Email me and I'll send them and I can take more pics of specific things if you’d like
Arri 35BL1 not included, of course, but CAN be had!

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#2 JohnPinella



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Posted 11 December 2007 - 10:39 AM

I can only post one pic per post (I must be doing something wrong. Here's a pic of the arm, a nice one, overhauled by Robt. Luna last year, light use since.

John Pinella

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