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  1. Hey All, I'm selling an Arri AMC-1 Kit in Like New Condition. Perfect for gimbals and for lightweight builds. Can daisy chain 3 CForce motors and use on any camera. I used this to control my motor on other cameras when I wasn't using my Alexa Mini and also for when I used EF lens on my Alexa Mini. Also comes with d-tap power cable. Includes: 1x Arri AMC-1 Active Motor Controller (new $2,500 + tax) 1x Arri AMC-1 Antenna 1x Arri AMC-1 to D-Tap Power Cable (new $200 + tax) Compatible with: Cforce mini lens motor Cforce plus motors Wireless Compact Unit WCU-4 Single Axis Unit SXU-1 Zoom Main Unit ZMU-3A Wireless Zoom Extension WZE-3 All ALEXA camera models All AMIRA camera models All other cameras, RED, VENICE, Ect. PM or email @ hunter.r.baker@gmail.com
  2. Arri UMC-4 unit in very good condition with power + start/stop cables. Kit includes: - K2.0002058 / ARRI UMC-4 LDS Universal Motor Controller - K2.0001967 / ARRI L-Bracket for Select Electronic Control Systems (included but not in picture) - K2.0002007 / ARRI Straight Outdoor Antenna for UMC-4 Motor Controller - K2.0002682 / ARRI SMC/EMC/AMC to D-Tap Cable (1.6') - K2.0002855 / ARRI UMC-4 to RED Epic Camera Cable (1.6') - K2.0002919 / ARRI UMC-4 to LANC Camera Connector Cable (1.6') - K2.0002620 / ARRI UMC-4 to Sony F5/F55 and Panasonic Varicam 35 Camera Connector Cable (1.6') - K2.0005951 / ARRI UMC-3/4 to ALEXA EXT Connector Cable 3999$US (sells new without cables at 6560$US / https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1287358-REG/arri_k2_0002058_lds_universal_motor_controller.html) Buyer pays PayPal fees and shipping. Ships from Montreal, Canada.
  3. Hey all, Wondering if anyone could shed some light on something I haven't found a solution for yet: Interface between a WCU-4 and an AMC-1 controller alongside a Cinetape. Do I need something like the L-Cube as well, or is it possible to do it another way entirely? I'm looking at purchasing a Cinetape, but need to know if this is possible with the AMC-1 as I work with it often.
  4. The WCU-4 with a monitor and receiver (and battery) attached is quite heavy. And the regular hand position on the left side is very far away from the center of gravity. This results in high fatigue on the wrist. The JOE bracket allows to mount and adjust a monitor to the WCU-4 and has its own handgip which is placed much closer to the center of gravity. The weight is no longer carried by the wirst but by the much stronger biceps. When the WCU does not need to be carried around the handgrip serves as a docking bracket on a C-stand. The cam-jam JOE comes with its own quickrelease bracket on the monitor so nothing extra is needed. No noga arms, no cinelock, no spigots. https://shop.cam-jam...-with-handgrip/
  5. Arri WCU-4 & UMC-4: lens Mapping I don’t know what you guys think on this matter, but if you want my two cents it is crucial to be fast when you change the lens while using remote control systems, in situations such as steadicam, cranes or simply hand held when the cam operator wants to be more free than with a standard follow focus... Fabio Giolitti - Focus Puller
  6. The WCU-4 with a monitor and receiver (and battery) attached is quite heavy. And the regular hand position on the left side is very far away from the center of gravity. This results in high fatigue on the wrist. The JOE bracket allows to mount and adjust a monitor to the WCU-4 and has its own handgip which is placed much closer to the center of gravity. The weight is no longer carried by the wirst but by the much stronger biceps. When the WCU does not need to be carried around the handgrip serves as a docking bracket on a C-stand. The cam-jam JOE comes with its own quickrelease bracket on the monitor so nothing extra is needed. No noga arms, no cinelock, no spigots. https://shop.cam-jam...-with-handgrip/
  7. Hi! I'm shooting a film handheld with the arri alexa plus 4:3 and the focus puller is going to use WCU-4. I have a lightweight matte box that fits 15' rods. When we put the wireless motor on the rods it is out of reach for the lens, being that the rods are too close to the lens for the motor to reach on to it. I'm wondering how we can fit this on without using rods at all. Is this possible? If I clamp the matte box right to the lens.
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