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For Sale: Sennheiser ME66/K6 Shotgun Microphone (SN 106219) and power supply w/ Rycote Softie, Rycote InVision INV-7 HG MkIII shock mount, and K-Tek Avalon KE-89CC boom pole with internal coiled cable: $420 obo Rycote S-Series Blimp - Suspension/Windshield: $300 • 450mm overall length • Compatible with long shotgun microphones from 355mm to 410mm • Compatible mics include the Sennheiser MKH 70, Neumann KMR 82, Azden SGM-2X Long, Audio Technica AT 835b, AT 815ST, AT 4071a, AKG CK98 SE300 B, CK8 460, CK8 451, and more. Everything is in excellent condition and has been used normally without abuse. Located in Phoenix, but willing to ship within US if buyer pays shipping.
Well, I just finished putting together my first menace arm. I joined two 8 foot pieces of speedrail with fixtures from Barn Door Lighting. Here's a shot: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/59f8be3032601e5caccf02ac/59f8be85c830252d97f3a9c4/5a8b4c5271c10b58453f10ef/1519078488478/menace+arm+1.jpg?format=1500w[/img] It seemed to go well except for one thing. I had a hard time balancing the rig because no matter how hard I cranked down on the lollipop in the middle, the boom would move slowly up or down on it's own. I even followed the right-hand rule. Here's a picture of the ear inserted into the lollipop: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/59f8be3032601e5caccf02ac/59f8be85c830252d97f3a9c4/5a8b4c3d08522933c2550d2f/1519078467119/menace+arm+2.jpg?format=2500w[/img] Am I doing this right?
I'm selling the jib. Don't really want to sell it, so my price is pretty firm. I won't entertain any low ball offers. This has been my baby for the last 10 years and it still gets me work on a regular basis. I've shot with a ton of different camera rigs from DSLR to Alexas and Reds... The result is always the same: Happy clients, amazing shots. If you've operated a Cammate before, you know what I mean when I say it's a very smooth machine. The motors are rock solid and so is every other component. Here is a list of some of the extra items that will be included: Motorized dutch head with case Film gear motor (bigger size than Fuji or Canon lens motor) Leveling riser- allows for easier leveling and taller post Canon/Fuji motor and gears Some nice features on this jib: no wires to set up or deal with, undersling or oversling head, dutch head for sports or music videos, cable snake for quick and easy set up, holds up to 35lbs, can be used in 12'-18'-24' sections, this jib will always be relevant even for low budget movies... I usually charge $1000-1200 per day for me and the jib. Asking price: $16,000 Bought new for $35,000 I can deliver the jib (for the right price) instead of shipping it, if you are close enough... I'm in Colorado, so pretty central... Just offering this so you are 100% confident that nothing has been wanked in transit. I can also give you the weights that I own. If you decide to ship it, weights will not be included. Here are some pics: I can upload more pics on request