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  1. Just bought this Mini Worrall because It is never too late to learn something new and because it is a beautiful thing to have. The questions I have go with the photos below. A - How do I fit an Arri BP-8? The rails are the correct width but the safety pins make it impossible to slide the BP-8 onto them directly. The plate that came with it is of no obvious use. B - What goes into the 12mm cavity? There is a screw with a broken cover that would secure whatever goes in there. Any ideas? C - This screw is connected to a pad inside the head, next to the round tilt rails. Yet it doesn't lock anything or affect any of the functions. What is it? Hoping someone here knows. Thank you!
  2. Mini Worrall geared head in great condition. I purchased this head from Arri/CSC a few years ago, and have only used it a couple of times since then. This head can hold pretty much any camera, up to and including 35mm film cameras. Three gears in each axis. One great feature of this particular head (versus other Mini Worralls I've seen around) is the Sachtler sliding plate that is heavier-duty than what I assume is the original, and it also has a quick-release plate that makes life a ton easier on set, especially if you're working with another compatible Sachtler head. Head comes with a heavy-duty shipping case. This head is really a thing of beauty, and I'm only selling in order to help finance a Steadicam. $6000 USD plus shipping. Local pickup in Los Angeles (Long Beach) is possible. Thanks, Chris Freilich DP/Camera Op
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