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I'm starting to look into purchasing my own fluid head and sets of sticks. I typically work on set with the Sachtler 80 and O'Connor 2575 heads, but would like to invest in a head for my own equipment kit. While I'm not in the market to purchase neither of the heads mentioned above, I would like to look into a possible vintage head that would work well with my RED One MX package. Typically my package is fully kitted and lensed with Zeiss Super Speeds, but I occasionally use LOMO Anamorphic lenses, or an Angeneiux 25-250 zoom. I'm currently looking into the O'Connor 50D fluid head, and
For Sale: Red One MX 4K Digital Cinema Camera Package / PL & Nikon Mount RED ONE MX CAMERA Body Serial#1899 1679 HOURS Model Number: Mysterium MX Version: 32.0.3 - Second Generation You can make me an offer and purchase it directly from ebay: http://bit.ly/2bFy54M EQUIPMENT LIST RED ACCESSORIES Top Handle Top Handle Extension Red Top Mount Red Cheese Plate Red Bottom Plate Red 5.6″ LCD Hoodman TL56 5.6″ LCD Hood RED EVF Element Technica BNC Video Breakout Box 18″ Rods 12″ Rods Red AC power Block & Cable RED Shoulder Dovetail 24″ LCD Cable 24″ EVF Cable 18″ Drive Cable Cavis
Hello friends, I have a BMCC 2.5K package in great condition that I don't use and I want to trade it for Red One. It comes with following: Camera body BMCC 2.5K Full DaVinci Resolve Lenses: Tokina 11-16mm F2.6; Tokina 28-70mm F2.6; SpeedBuster Lanparte shoulder rig Shoot35 follow focus Mattebox, 1 Switronix v-mount battery with charges and power cable 3X 250GB SSD drives, Filters I'm based in Los Angeles, let me know if anybody's interested. Good day.
I'm a student prepping for a short that we're going to be shooting in February in London. We've got a fairly good deal on the RED One MX and so I'd quite like to use that camera. However, the director is keen on a super smooth cinematic style of shooting and we don't have the budget for a professional Steadicam operator. I can't find a stabilization system to rent in London that will take the weight of the RED + lenses etc. as apparently all the Steadicam operators have their own ones so the rental houses don't bother. Any ideas?