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  1. Hello Everyone, This listing is for an Alphatron EVF-035W-3G Electronic Viewfinder along with an Element Technica EVF mount and custom made bracket, which I have been using on my Sony F35 Cinema Camera. Here is the list of items included in this sale: - Alphatron EVF-035W-3G Electronic Viewfinder (has both SDI and HDMI input/output) - Element Technica EVF mount (includes two rails, 19mm clamp, 19mm rod, and the clutch) - Custom-made 19mm rod bracket to mount to the Sony CineAlta F35 - SDI cable Everything is in very good physical condition and 100% functional. Here is the link to a series of high resolution photos to see the camera in detail: CLICK HERE Please note that the Sony F35 camera is for demonstration purposes only - it is not included in this sale. I am offering this kit for the excellent price of $500 + PayPal fee + shipping. I will also accept Venmo, in which case there would be no PayPal fee. Should you have any questions, please let me know. Cheers, Igor
  2. Hello Everyone, This listing is for a ACSE German-made baseplate for the Sony CineAlta F35/F23 cinema cameras. This very rare and extremely well manufactured base plate has built-in power distribution and comes with a comfortable and sleek quick-release, adjustable shoulder pad. The base plate, along with the quick release shoulder pad, are in excellent physical condition and 100% functional. Please look at the high resolution photos and feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Please note that the Sony F35 camera is for demonstration purposes only - it is not included in this sale. Price: $500 + PayPal fee + shipping. I will also accept Venmo, in which case there would be no PayPal fee. Should you have any questions, please let me know. Cheers, Igor
  3. The time has come for me to part with my treasured Sony Cinealta F35 camera. This is a legendary camera used in many visually stunning feature films like Tron Legacy, Transformers Dark of the Moon, Real Steel, and one of my personal favorites, Once Upon a Time in Anatolia. To this day the Sony F35 produces one of the most filmic images of any camera thanks to its 4.5K (12.4 megapixel) CCD sensor, global shutter, film-like highlight rolloff and vast color spectrum. I have spent a long time finding the right camera and all the components, some extremely rare, that make up this complete, top of the line, F35 cinematography kit. Some of the rare components are the BandPro "wet dock" (interface plate), made for the Real Steel film production, that replaces the old and bulky IF box and outputs quad 1.5G HD-SDI, along with GPIO and power. Paired with the Codex Onboard Recorder M, this enables the highest quality output from the camera as well as triggering the recorder from the F35 REC button. Although you may find some Onboard Recorders on eBay, without the extremely rare Data Transfer Station to unload the footage, the recorder is basically useless. Codex Data Transfer Stations are nearly impossible to find these days and are very expensive. In this kit I am including everything you need to record, playback, and offload your footage. You just need to add a battery and a lens, and you are ready to go. Here is the list of items included in this sale: - Sony F35 Serial #11036 with 2765 hours - BandPro Codex CDX-P055 Sony F35 "wet dock" - Codex CDX-3010 Onboard M recorder - 3 x 512GB Codex Mags (SSD drives) - Codex CDX-5500 Data Transfer Station - ATTO ExpressSAS H6F0 PCI card (inside Sonnet enclosure) - Sonnet Echo Express SE 1 Thunderbolt 3 enclosure (used to connect the Codex Data Transfer Station to a modern Mac via Thunderbolt 3) - Alphatron EVF-035W-3G Electronic Viewfinder (SDI input from either the camera or Codex recorder. When connected to the Codex you can also review your footage with a LUT) - 2 Ravpower NP-F550 batteries and a USB charger (batteries used to power the Alphatron EVF) - Element Technica EVF mount - ACSE German-made custom baseplate for F35 with power distribution and quick release shoulder pad - Custom-made AC adapter with 20 feet (6 meter) cord - Custom-made V-mount battery plate with 3 foot (1 meter) cord and belt clip - All cables needed to get everything working Here is the link to 30 high resolution photos to see the kit in detail: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ZPoAQ74ej41j162JA (Please note the lens and battery you see in some photos are not included in this kit. They are for demonstration purposes only.) Everything is in good to very good physical condition and 100% functional. The only issue I have encountered is that one of the two outputs from the Codex Recorder is not functioning, however since it has two identical outputs, this is not a problem - I keep the EVF connected to OUT 2. I feel I should mention this to be completely transparent as this is a very rare and unique piece of kit. In fact, I will be very happy to help you get up and running with it as I have learned much about using this equipment throughout the years. Price: $7200 + PayPal fee + shipping. I will also accept Venmo, in which case there would be no PayPal fee. Although I have not posted much here on Cinematography.com, I have been a member of Dvxuser.com since 2004. I have posted many times, purchased and sold many items there, on RedUser.com and on eBay (eBay ID is Samana76). Everyone I have done business with has always been 100% satisfied. You can rest assured you are dealing with an honest and reliable person. I am located in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are local, you are welcome to come see and pick up the F35 in a COVID safe environment. I also have extensive experience in packing and shipping delicate items safely everywhere in the world, so domestic or international shipping is not a problem. Please look at the high resolution photos and feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
  4. Let’s the the usual talk out of the way. Yes I know PV is PV, but I have see. These EVFs in the wild since after Panavision threw them out. Heck I have even seen two PV genesis is private possession. With that known. I am looking for the Panavision EVF for the F35. I have been looking at aftermarket ones as well, but seems they aren’t worth the effort. //C
  5. For sale: Sony F35 package complete package - $6400 - Sony F35 body (low hours: 1130) - Custom Nikon F mount (use any Nikon F lens that has manual aperture) - Sony interface box (for 12 bit 4444 output) - Gold mount battery plate - Panavision top handle - Rokinon 50mm T1.5 Nikon lens - Camtree 19mm / 15mm sliding baseplate - Set of 15mm rods - Odyssey 7Q 12-bit Recorder - Record 12-bit 4444 and 50p! - Cine Cam 7Q adjustable Arm - (2) 512gb Convergent Design SSD's (for Odyssey 7Q) - (2) short BNC cables - (2) long BNC cables - D-tap power cable for 7Q - (1) SSD to USB3 reader - Sleeve for 7Q - Sun shade for 7Q - (2) 130wh Rolux gold mount batteries (less than 6 months old) - Rolux dual gold mount charger - 4 pin cable for AC to camera Everything works perfectly. There are of course some dings and scratches, but nothing that interferes with the performance. Connect a gold mount battery (or use the Rolux dual charger to plug directly into the interface box from a wall outlet), hook up the BNC cables to the Odyssey 7Q, mount the lens, and you're ready to start filming in 12 bit 4444 XQ with the most organic looking cine cameras I've ever used, especially under the $10,000 mark. The F35 has a massive 5.7K CCD sensor that outputs some of the sharpest and smoothest 1080p (up to 50fps) footage out there. So sharp in-fact that it could be upscaled to 4K. This camera is lovely and was the choice of many DPs for film and tv. Free shipping in the US! Selling from Salt Lake City, UT. If you have any questions or would like to see more pictures, please feel free to ask. Colin Worley colingworley@gmail.com
  6. Hey guys, If you’re reading this ad, you might be familiar with the F35’s recent resurgence thanks to the wonders of modern external recorders. The sensor is just gorgeous, a 5k CCD with a global shutter (so you never need to worry about rolling shutter skew again), beautiful colour science, and highlight handling that’s still only topped by the Arri Alexa. I generally rate the camera at 400 ISO, but am happy with it up to 800 ISO (which is basically equivalent to the Red Dragon with the Skintone/Highlight OLPF). I recently returned from shooting a Bollywood feature with it over in India, starring Eric Roberts. And I’ve shot a documentary, four short films and a couple of commercials with it as well, and it’s been absolutely rock solid for me. I’d shot with the F35 in its original incarnation, and felt there were a couple of key areas I wanted to address when I assembled my own kit - and that was largely to do with the monitoring. The original Sony C30 EVF that came with the camera was only standard definition, and it made being certain of critical focus with the camera pretty difficult, it also only gave you zebras for exposure monitoring, which again, was pretty limiting. So my solution was to pair the camera with the new Zacuto Gratical Eye, and the Odyssey7Q+. This gave me HD monitoring with both the EVF and the monitor/recorder, with full, customisable LUT support across both (something most of the current top cameras out there still won’t do), and waveforms, (accurate) peaking, and false colour (to name just a few of the features). I’ve installed matching LUTs on both the Gratical and the Odyssey, and calibrated both to match (so you’ll see a matching image regardless of which you’re looking at). The reason I consider this the ‘Ultimate’ F35 kit, is because I’ve designed every part of the kit with the Operator (namely myself) in mind, and as a result it’s really easy to work with. The build is extremely streamlined, with a 15mm rod system allowing for rigid and precise placement of both the EVF and the monitor. The Zacuto Axis Mini slots straight into the Wooden Camera Top Handle, and allows for perfect placement of the EVF for handheld work as well as being on the dolly or sticks. And because the Top Handle is mounted to Nato Rail, both the handle and EVF can be slid off the camera in mere seconds for packing down into a compact carry case, or squeezing into tight spaces. Every component just works really well together. To simplify things further I also had Panavision build a custom v-mount plate for the camera, to provide two addition DTAP ports to run the Gratical Eye and the Odyssey - which means there’s no stuffing around with DTAP splitters or additional battery/power-distro gack. Using the Odyssey7Q+ allows you to get the most out of the sensor possible, using dual-link recording from the camera’s Interface Box, you get an uncompressed 12-bit 4:4:4 1080p feed (downsampled from the 5k sensor), that you can record in uncompressed 12-bit .DPX files (for insane image quality), or 12-bit ProRes4444 or ProRes4444XQ (for simple, very high quality drag-and-drop files). Or for shoots that don’t require crazy image quality you can also record in simple ProRes422 or 422HQ. You can also record at up to 50fps for beautiful 2x slow-motion. And with two 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSDs, you’ve got enough recording space to comfortably shoot for a full day. The camera only has 1230 hours on it, so it’s about as pristine an example as you’re going to find. Additional kit includes a Portabrace Rain Cover/Sunshade for the Odyssey7Q (which is great for viewing the monitor outdoors), and an Element Technica Hybrid Studio Baseplate and Dovetail, along with 19mm stainless steel rods - so you can put the camera straight on your tripod, add a battery, add a lens and start shooting immediately. There’s nothing left to add with this kit, as I’ve already put in the hard yards to design and piece it together. and the nice part about the kit, is that because all of the accessories are non-proprietary, they'll translate over seamlessly to your next camera too. The full kit list is as follows: - Sony F35 - Sony F35 Interface Box - Sony F35 L-Handle - Sony F35 Assistant Panel - Odyssey7Q+ - 2x 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSDs - Portabrace Rain Cover/Sunshade for Odyssey7Q - Zacuto Gratical Eye - Zacuto Axis Mini EVF Mount - Wooden Camera NATO Handle (Plus) - Berkey System 15mm Rods and Spuds for Odyssey7Q - Element Technica Hybrid Studio Bridgeplate (19mm Rods) - Element Technica Standard Arri Dovetail - Stainless Steel 19mm Rods - Custom V-mount Battery plate with 2x DTAP - Convergent Design DTAP to Odyssey7Q cable - Zacuto Braided LEMO/SDI cable for Zacuto Gratical Eye - 2x Canare 3G-SDI Cables for dual-link recording - Custom Flight Case The camera is located in Melbourne, Australia, but I’m happy to ship worldwide. Price is $9,500 USD + shipping (I’ll need to add 10% GST if it’s purchased in Australia)
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