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FS: Letus Helix Jr Magnesium (Complete)
Chad Mahadevan posted a topic in Cine MarketplaceSelling my used Letus Helix JR (Magnesium Edition) Gimbal. Includes: (1) - Helix Body/Motor (Complete) (1) - Handle with joystick (1) - Monitor top plate (3) - Re-chargable Batteries (1) - Helix Charger (1) - Large Camera Plate (1) - Travel Hard Case $900.00
Letus Helix for sale - UK -
Matt Rozier posted a topic in Cine MarketplaceLetus Helix 3 Axis Gimbal for sale - £1100 - more pictures can be seen on ebay link - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/142935758057?ul_noapp=true Gimbal is in good condition - selling purely down to lack of use. Comes with the following Letus 3 axis gimbal - original alumnium Three batteries Two chargers Helix custom carry case (very similar to a pelicase) Helix Heavy duty camera plate - perfect for larger cameras - reds/alexas/sony/blackmagic ursa minis etc Deloitte mount - so handy for mounting to tripods or other fixed mounts. Helix 4th Axis Bracket - this makes it possible to mount the helix onto a steadicam arm or easyrig setup for taking out any up and down movement on the 4th axis 4th Axis bearing kit Helix 4th Axis spacer - this is great for mounting the gimbal on a steadicam arm to take out any bounce - I'm also selling the steadicam and arm that fits this - so let me know if you're interested in buying that too (£450) Helix Top Handle - really handy for using it with an easyrig setup D-tap to 2 pin cable Helix 2 pin to D-tap splitter Thumb controller A custom made Helix to Alexa minipower cable A Helix to 6 pin Red power cable This all weighs around 15kg and would need to insured, so although I can definitely post it may be cheaper if you can collect or alternatively I work in London and around the UK a lot so it might be possible to meet you somewhere to drop it off. Any questions just let me know email@example.com
Letus Helix 4-Axis Gimbal Camera Stabilization System (aluminum) bluetooth, recent upgrades, tested 100% working (located in san francisco CA) 4 axis gimbal package. asking 3850$ (($5,810.00 new+tax on Letus.com)) joystick 2 fresh batteries 1 charger d tap to lemo red 6 pin power cable custom case with custom foam insert
Letus Helix 4-axis gimbal
Brian Nelligan posted a topic in Cine MarketplaceI am selling a Letus Helix 4-axis gimbal with several accessories in like new condition. Asking $5400 plus shipping. Options: 4th Axis Spacer Diameter: Zolinger 0.630" (16mm) , 4th Axis Attachment: Top Handle , Helix Power Pack: Yes, with two batteries (+$457.00) , Wireless Option: Yes (FREE $99 Value) , Joystick: Yes (+$124.00) , 2nd Operator Mode Ready (RC): No , Helix Carrying Case: Yes (+$399.00) , Helix 15mm Rail Adapter: Yes (+$84.00) , Camera Power Cable: Lemo to 4 way D-Tap Splitter (+$124.00) , Helix Camera Plate: Heavy Duty Camera Plate (+$99.00) , Helix Material: Aluminum The Letus Helix is a one or three axis modular camera stabilizer system. It utilizes the optical center of the camera for both balance and image stabilzation. Originally designed to roll the camera on optical center, the Helix has evolved from a 1 axis auto-horizon system to a full blown, hand-held, 4 axis stabilizer. Key Features: Lightweight - Every effort was made to shave out as much material as possible. The skeleton design provides a light weight frame work without sacrificing strength. Optically Centered - Our patent pending design balances the camera on its optical center. This allows you to do nodal point rolls and greatly aids in image stabilization since the image sensor movement is reduced significantly compared to off-center stabilizers. Absurdly Fast Setup - Because we balance every thing around the optical center of the camera, setup is crazy fast. You can be up and running in a matter of minutes, not hours. Helix is designed to be a tool anyone can pick up and use easily. Balancing is a Breeze - Ask a traditional helicopter camera gimbal operator to change a lens mid shoot and watch them cringe. Not so with Helix. Re-balancing the Helix after a lens changes is simply a matter of sliding a single axis forward or back. You can be back up and running without missing a beat. Right Side Up - Other devices on the market are simply helicopter gimbals with a handle attached to the top. This upside down approach works great in the air but is awkward on the ground. We designed ours for "hands" not "helicopters". Flat Bottom Design - Call us crazy but we don't think you should have to carry around a special rig to hang your stabilizer up. You should be able to just set it down! Because we designed Helix from the ground up rather than the sky down, it has a flat bottom. Simply set it down and, viola, it sits there calmly waiting for the next shot. Modular - One, two, or three axis or even 4 axis. It's your choice! The Helix system can be built up or torn down to accommodate your needs. Use one axis on top of a SteadiCam™for an auto-horizon solution. Switch to a three axis setup to go full handheld, or fully rig the set up with the 4 axis and SteadiCam™ vest and arm that allow for an all day shoot. The choice is yours. The patent pending 4th Axis - one of a kind solution for the Letus Helix as well as any other exisiting stablelizing systems on the market. It's the cruise control feature in the operating of the Helix 3 axis system. It allows the operator to realistically utilize the high payload capability of the Helix system (16-20 lbs) without breaking his/her arms and back. The 4th axis can either rest on a third pary balancing system such as Steadicam with all 3 axes in function. When flipped over to the top, it can be attached to a handle to provide yet another handling point for a low angle shooting as well as top mounting option for jib or crane. Production Proof - In a real production environment, you need a bullet proof design. We carefully designed the Helix to be a clean, ready-to-use rig that didn't have wires dangling about and awkward, non-standard powering solutions. Designed for Film Makers - From day one the Helix was designed for film makers. It is not a re-purposed design with fragments from the RC helicopter world still clinging to the frame. It is designed to be easily utilized without adding to an already complex film making workflow.