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$2,500 O.B.O. Great 4x5.65 lightweight studio (swing-away) matte box for sale. In good condition. I know a few top-level ACs who prefer the MB-19 over the MB-18 or MB-20. This can mount on 15mm LWS rods, or with the included adapter, on 19mm studio rods. If you want to use with 15mm studio rods, you'd just need to pick up that adapter: K2.66040.0. Includes two 4x5.65 filter trays and it can hold a 138mm filter in the rear. Front horizontal tray holds either a 4x4 or 4x5.65 filter and rear vertical 4x5.65 filter tray is rotatable, great for positioning a grad filter just right on the horizon. Eyebrow and side brows included. Rubber bellows for 110mm included. Also included is plastic adapter to reduce 114mm to 80mm, but you'd need to buy Arri K2.52204.0 in order to use that. But then you'd also have a 114mm option. Case is a bit worn but foam is generally fine. Included hard shipping case has a small impact point near a corner (pictured in linked flickr album). Here are ten high-res pictures: https://flic.kr/s/aHskvKPSRB An excellent pdf technical resource for this matte box can be downloaded here: http://www.arri.com/camera/pro_camera_accessories/products/matte_boxes/studio_matte_boxes/studio_matte_box_mb_19/downloads/ Just click on: 29 May 2017 8.6.0 Matte Box MB-19 4x5.65 Download (pdf, 352 KB) I'm located in Brooklyn, NY. Thanks for looking.
Hey everybody, I'm trying to find a matte box to use for an upcoming project (whenever that might be considering this pandemic), and in the process I was offered an old Super16 camera matte box for 15mm Studio rods at a good price. I've seen brackets available that allow you to use a 15mm LWS matte box on 19mm and 15mm Studio rods, but I'm curious if there are any options to use a 15mm Studio matte box with 15mm LWS rods. I imagine this is possible even with the offset, but I wouldn't know. Should I pass?