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  1. Please email sales@broadcastsolutions.com for pricing and details. For Sale : Phantom Flex 4K 64 GB Package Approx. 300 hours on the camera. Camera Body (64gb PL Mount) Riser Block w 15mm LW (has hole pattern to suit ARRI Bridge plate) Mini BOB (Breakout) 2 x 1TB Cinemag 1 x Cinestation 2 x Battery Cable 2 x Ethernet Control Cable 1 x Mains Power Supply 1 x Sanlink Thunderbolt 10gb Ethernet Adapter Seance Flex 4K license
  2. Thanks for taking the time to read this. I am going to be shooting in the LA Riverbed and am currently figuring out potential shots with my stunt co-ordinator. Our sequence involves a character pushing himself up the sloped side of the riverbed, making it to the top and tumbling down again. I want to pull off a shot tracking alongside our character as he slips, barrelrolls and meets his demise. On the stunt side we have our blocking figured out for the most part, but I am not sure how to pull off this shot with the utmost safety and capability of control. Ideally, the shot will have the camera alongside the actor tumbling down a 45* slope. My immediate thought was to use a speedrail setup with a dana-dolly and an angular base, but my biggest concern is how to lock rails in to position. With a lack of experience rigging, I wanted to see if anyone has thoughts! Alternative thoughts are also welcome, but my budget is that of a student film - small and practical. I can pull this shot off with a technocrane, no problem, but how to do it with a budget that can't get anywhere near that?
  3. Camera Rocker Plate pan and tilt from ultra low angle $ 220.00 dimensions: 11 x 8 x 4 ½ (inch) (pictures if requested) Tilt plate add to your kit, don’t be caught without when you need it $ 100.00 dimensions: 4 ¾ x 7 ¾ x 2 ¾ (inch) (pictures if requested) Please contact David dscmove@yahoo.com
  4. Hi, Does anyone know a website(s) where i can buy smaller accessories for camera rigs, like screws and cable managers and the like. I know eBay is okay but I don't really like buying things from there.
  5. Looking for advice on how to program controlled focus and zoom on a Canon 70D, though open to suggestions on other DSLRs and HD cameras. I want to program the camera to zoom in from a wide shot to a close up very slowly for 15 mins, stay on the close up for a few minutes then zoom back to the wide shot again in 15 mins, remaining always in focus. This is not for a time-lapse, it will be a continuous shot. Is it possible to do this with a DSLR? What kind of equipment would I need? Would love to hear from someone who has done something like this!
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