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#1 Gus Trivino

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Posted 03 August 2004 - 09:31 PM

Hi everybody:

I wanna buy 2 Heden M28VP motors, but there are not avaible.
I was waiting for almost 4 month, but I didnt recive any notice about his disponibility.
I am thinking to change for M-One for Palomar.
I have an Heden M26P Motor and a lot of friends has Heden Too.
I never have a problem, but I cant wait Heden more time. :(
I know Heden but, I dont have referenced for M One. :ph34r:
What do you think about?


PS: I have a Bartech and I am waiting a Benz 5000.
PS: Sorry for my english :P
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#2 guillermo nespolo

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Posted 03 August 2004 - 09:56 PM

gordo queres ver al m-one llama bolu ....que te lo muestro ..te puedo asegurar que es de la puta madre ..y eso del perdon por el inlges ...es mio gordo hasta eso me queres choriar.....


personal mesange for my freand do not worrie nothing important here
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#3 KarloTomic



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Posted 03 August 2004 - 10:34 PM

Hey Gus
If you already have a Bartech then the M-One is the way to go, it was engineered to work optimally with your system. I've heard enough good things on this board about Jim and Don and their products to know that you get what you pay for and then some.
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#4 MagnusBalte



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Posted 04 August 2004 - 03:08 AM

Hello Gustavo,

Please contact us directly so I can help you out!

Best regards,

Magnus Balte

Hedén Engineering Co.
P.O. Box 102
Tel: +46-31-272110
Fax: +46-31-278191

Website: www.heden-engineering.com
E-mail: magnus@heden-engineering.com

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#5 Ari Gertler

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Posted 05 August 2004 - 01:25 PM

I have had my two BFD units for over four years and I purchased and have been using my M-One motor for almost six months. The motor has worked out fantastic. It has all the power to turn the tightest of lenses, it has a narrow profile, and the custom mounting bracket that it comes with makes it easy to place the motor right where you want. The M-One is the motor that I pull out of my case first on every shoot. My other two motors are now my back ups. I highly recomend the M-One, and if you are using BFD's then it seems like the best way to go.
You may need to have your BFD's readjusted inorder to handle the powerr of the M-One. Call Jim with your serial number and he will most likely be able to tell you if you need the upgrade (free of charge, I think).

Ari Gertler
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#6 Gus Trivino

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Posted 05 August 2004 - 01:29 PM

Thanks guys!

I am working on that. :D
Guille, te llamo en la semana que viene para ver el archos.


PS: For not spanish spoken: ( Guille: call you next week to see the Archos) :lol:
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