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#1 Glenn Clayton

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 10:12 PM

Hi everyone.

I am currently the owner of a Steadicam Flyer and I am hoping to upgrade at the end of the year. I was checking out monitors on Transvideo and came across a picture of this! (BELOW) I am just wondering what sort of Steadicam Sled this is and how I would get one just like this at the end of the year. I love this design. Would anyone know how much just the sled would cost with the Cinemonitor HD.

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#2 Erik Brul

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 10:19 PM

Hi everyone.

I am currently the owner of a Steadicam Flyer and I am hoping to upgrade at the end of the year. I was checking out monitors on Transvideo and came across a picture of this! (BELOW) I am just wondering what sort of Steadicam Sled this is and how I would get one just like this at the end of the year. I love this design. Would anyone know how much just the sled would cost with the Cinemonitor HD.

Glenn Clayton
Melbourne, Australia. :ph34r:

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It looks like the Sachtler Artemis EFP Pro HD SDI Sled.., at least a Sachtler Gimbal ;)

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#3 Glenn Clayton

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 11:43 PM

Awesome! Thanks for that. If I was going to upgrade I would want to upgrade so I can support 35mm so I am assuming I would want the Cine HD. Can anyone please comment if they used one or own one?
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#4 Frederic Chamberland

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Posted 07 May 2008 - 07:02 AM

Awesome! Thanks for that. If I was going to upgrade I would want to upgrade so I can support 35mm so I am assuming I would want the Cine HD. Can anyone please comment if they used one or own one?

Hi Glenn,

Here is the web site of Sachtler products:
Artemis line

And you want to talk to Curt O Shaller.

Curt is the head designer of that sled and he is very commited to his products. I've had a Sachtler Artemis Cine HD for 5 years and had a very good experience with all of the products they offer, then got stolen and bought a PRO because of my strong canadian dollar.
If it was not for the dollar, I would have gone for Sachtler again. Type "ARTEMIS" in the search engine of the board to get more info.

Fly safe.

Frederic
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