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#1 Jon Beattie

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Posted 10 July 2008 - 09:56 AM

Selling a action products 360xtreme high/low remote head cage. This system has been lightly used a few times. The system is essentially new. It will work with most any sled made. Its a unique way to go from high to low or low to high as many times as your shot may call for. It works great in narrrow places.

System includes:

Remotehead
Gimbal control
Dovetail with monitor bracket
7" highbright monitor
power/video cable

Asking $3750usd will pay fedex ground anywhere in the USA. International biuyer welcome. Buyers will pay any taxes and international shipping.

The unit lists brandnew for $4500 without the cable or the monitor.

I will post some pictures but here are the links to Brian's page showing photos and some early video of the unit at work.

http://actionproduct.../downloads.html
http://actionproduct...360-xtreme.html
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#2 Lawrence Karman

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Posted 10 July 2008 - 08:41 PM

That must be one mo-fo to operate if their "demo" film is any indication. I mean if a company is trying to show the best possible example of their product in action and that's what they are showing? Just want to be honest and not trying to be insulting here and I hope you didn't shoot it, but look at the headroom. It's all over the place!
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#3 Eric Fletcher S.O.C.

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Posted 10 July 2008 - 09:31 PM

That must be one mo-fo to operate if their "demo" film is any indication. I mean if a company is trying to show the best possible example of their product in action and that's what they are showing? Just want to be honest and not trying to be insulting here and I hope you didn't shoot it, but look at the headroom. It's all over the place!



Another manufacture tried that route..... It doesn't work
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#4 Jon Beattie

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Posted 10 July 2008 - 11:13 PM

That must be one mo-fo to operate if their "demo" film is any indication. I mean if a company is trying to show the best possible example of their product in action and that's what they are showing? Just want to be honest and not trying to be insulting here and I hope you didn't shoot it, but look at the headroom. It's all over the place!



I didn't shoot it. Its an early video that Brian (the manufacturer) has on his site. I don't think the system is very difficult to operate. No more or less tha a gimbal control for a lens or a remote topstage on a tiffen rig.

You do have to fly in zero g according to Brian. Which unless you practise can have a bobble. Though I've done it a bit top or bottom heavy to control that. i've used it in the music video world and it worked out. I just would like to invest in some other gear. With the work I'm doing this isn't going to get a lot of use in my kit. But there are plenty of ops who might.
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#5 Jon Beattie

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Posted 15 July 2008 - 12:53 PM

Sold

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