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Need tips for turning my PRO into a "live" rig


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#1 Dan Coplan

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 01:17 PM

I have a PRO2 and am considering outfitting it for "live" work with remote lens control on the gimbal, triax and fiber connections, tally, program monitor, etc. Apparently the PRO isn't the most user friendly rig for this type of work but that's what I've got so I'd like to make it work.

Would really like to hear from anyone who has suggestions on how to mod the PRO and also any tips on venturing into this different type of work.

Dan
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#2 AdamKeith

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 09:24 PM

Dan,

Hope this helps.

Zoe III Zoom Control
16 x 9 661 295-3313
www.16x9inc.com

Bartech Focus System
Bartech Engineering
562 987-9159

Stanton Steadicam Focus/Zoom Control
Stanton Video Services 602 493 9505
www.jimmyjib.com

Lightwieght Fiber/Triax
R. Orange Engineering/Jonathan Stevens
303 547-4897

Talley - search the forum

Program Monitor
Sony 4"
www.sony.com

Rain covers for your arm, sled, camera and monitor.

Back- up gear is also a good idea for Live TV. Two docking stands can also be helpful

Regards,
Adam Keith
www.qvideo.tv
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