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  1. Hi everyone, I own an Aaton LTR 7, and I was hoping someone would be able to offer some advice on a bridge plate / rig that would be compatible. The wooden grip handle that came with the camera constantly comes loose and is more annoying than practical for handheld shooting. I'd prefer to just sort a set up with rails and moose bars that I can adjust more easily. I found an ARRI BP-5 on ebay but it seems that they work best with 35mm / Digital cameras. Can anyone recommend an alternative bridge plate that could work? Any suggestions/ recommendations would be super appreciated!
  2. Selling my Elements Micron 15mm dovetail/bridgeplate package with shim and shoulder pad. (this was primarily used with Sony F5/55 camera) The package is solidly built with quality workmanship in design and machining. Everything included is still in excellent shape and working as it should. This setup is for 15mm rods and was used primarily with the Arri MFF-1 follow focus and MMB-1 matte box on a Sony F5. The entire package consists of: 1x ELEMENTS MICRON 15MM DOVETAIL • Designed to be a scaled down version of the Arri dovetail for 17mm rods. This is shorter, thinner and lighter to a
  3. The bridgeplate can be configured with two inlays, Red style and Arri style. Its also possible to buy both inlays so you can mount Arri style and Red style camera's. An additional inlay to have both supported is 30 Euros extra. Bridgeplate for 19mm. Rods - 329 Euro. - with Arri inlay Compatible withArri Alexa Studio, Arriflex 235, Arriflex D-21, Arriflex 435, Sony F23, Sony F35, Sony F65, SI-2K, Phantom and Weisscam HS-2. Our any other situation where a Arri BP-8 or BP-5 bridigeplate would fit. Like the new Vocas bridgeplate for the Sony F5. Arri Alexa, Alexa Plus, Canon C100, C300, C500 a
  4. UB1 Bridgeplate for 19mm. rods + UD1 12" Dovetail + UR1 12" 19mm. Rods. The bridgeplate can be configured with two inlays, Red style and Arri style. Its also possible to buy both inlays so you can mount Arri style and Red style camera's. An additional inlay is 30 Euros extra. UB1-R 329 Euro. For the Red One (MX) UB1-R + USR1 399 Euro. For the Scarlet / Epic and Red One UB1-A 329 Euro. For Arri Alexa Studio, Arriflex 235, Arriflex D-21, Arriflex 435, Sony F23, Sony F35, Sony F65, SI-2K, Phantom and Weisscam HS-2. UD1 12" Dovetail 210 Euro. Native compatibility with 2060
  5. The pG UB1 bridgeplate is for 19mm rods and compatible with all Red cameras, Arri Alexa Studio, Arriflex 235, Arriflex D-21, Arriflex 435, Sony F23, Sony F35, Sony F65, SI-2K, Phantom and Weisscam HS-2. Its a european quality product made in the Netherlands for a fair price. 

I've also 12" rods and dovetails for sale. See my website for more information: www.petergosens.com .
  6. The quick release bridgeplate is compatible with Arri camera's (like the alexa) and the Red One. It goes for 299 euros. For the Red Scarlet and Epic you need an additional bottom plate. For the Arri Alexa you need the plate that already comes with the camera. You can also use it as a more heavy weight rods system for your big zoom lenzes on the Canon C300. For this several options are available. Just ask if you want to know more. I also have 12" Rods 19mm that go for 25 euros each. Have a look at my website www.petergosens.com to for more info.
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