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  1. Selling my lovely, maxed-out Sony F3. You won’t find a better version of this camera anywhere - this unit has both the RGB 4:4:4 upgrade (for 10-bit 4:4:4 uncompressed output) and Element Technica’s amazing body armour modification, which strips away all of the handycam-style nonsense of the original F3, and turns the camera into an incredibly solid and genuinely production-friendly machine. They called this thing the “Baby Alexa” for a reason, with full 4:4:4 colour subsampling, huge dynamic range, and incredible low-light performance (due to its massive photosites), when you pair it with an external recorder, you get fantastic images in 1080p up to 60fps. I’ve been using it as a B-camera to my Alexa for the last few years, and it’s kinda remarkable how well the image from the Sony keeps up. It’s been very well looked after and is in great condition, with a low 677 hours on the body. The baseplate also includes a rear 15mm LWS rod clamp (not pictured) for mounting a v-lock plate or other accessories. It has a great set of built-in pre-amps, so for documentary interviews, or corporate shoots where you need to run sound into the camera as well, it really works a treat. So if you’re after a cheap, but powerful S35mm camera, with the reliability that Sony’s Cinealta cameras always deliver, and don’t want to deal with the mess and complexity of the mirrorless cameras, this might be of interest to you. Looking for $3,200 AUD (ex. GST) / $2,400 USD Located in Melbourne, Australia, but happy to ship worldwide.
  2. Hello Everyone, After much thought I have decided to put my complete Sony F35 + Codex package up for sale. This is the only Sony F35 kit you will find to have a complete Codex Onboard Recorder package. This includes the Codex Onboard Recorder, 1 512GB + 3 256GB Data Packs, F35 Wet Dock, Control Panel, all necessary cable, the incredibly rare and expensive Desktop Transfer Station (DTS) and an ATTO ExpressSAS H3680 card inside a Sonnet Echo Express Sel case which plugs into any MAC with a Thunderbolt port. The Codex Recorder and DTS both have all available licenses activated: 12bit 444 uncompressed DPX, compressed JPG, ARRI RAW, CANON RAW. The DTS can automatically convert to ProRes422, ProRes444 or other formats on the fly for immediate editing of your footage. Also this is the only recorder that will record everything the Sony F35 can output: uncompressed 12bit 444 up to 30fps and uncompressed 10bit 444 up to 50fps - something that even the Odyssey 7Q cannot do because you need 4 SDI connectors for this last output. In addition to all this, Start/Stop recording can be activated via the record button on the F35. This Sony F35 is a complete OTTO NEMENZ kit with, in addition to other things, 2 custom machined cheeseplates, a machined top cheeseplate with integrated single 15mm rod mount and their spectacular viewfinder mount, which I updated with custom made 3D printed parts. If desired this can be easily changed to the original Otto Nemenz viewfinder setup. I have a great many accessories for sale to make a complete "ready-to-shoot" system. These include: Red One 18-50mm f2.8 lens in great shape, a Carl Zeiss Biometar Jena 120mm f2.8 PL mount lens, a Carl Zeiss Biometar Jena 80mm f2.8 PL mount lens, a Helios 44-2 58mm F2 PL mount lens, Vocas Wooden Handgrip with 150mm offset extender, an Ikan D5 monitor, Zoom H6 recoder with Gator waterproof case and Monster Digital 32GB SD card + Zoom SSH-6 Stereo Shotgun Mic, a 2 stage Chrosziel matte box with french flag, SHAPE 8000 quick-release V-Lock shoulder mount/baseplate, Sony VCT-14 quick-release tripod adapter, O'Connor 50D fluid tripod head, Lensse S5 Dual Follow Focus with speed crank, Lanparte V-mount batteries with charger, Tiffen 4x5.65 full spectrum IRND 1.2 filter, and other items for a truly complete setup. Since I have so many Sony F35 related items for sale I have created a price list with descriptions in PDF format that can downloaded from the link provided below. I believe I am offering these kits at very competitive prices. Everything is fully functional and in exceptional condition. As I said it took me 2 years of trial and error, testing various components, and finally finding the best parts for what I consider the Ultimate Sony F35 Set-Up. I have selected each component carefully and have taken exceptional care of them all. Photos and links to photos of many of my components can be found here below. Here is the link to the price list: http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONY_F35_Kit_Price_List.pdf As an incentive, with the purchase of multiple kits, or better yet the entire list of equipment, I am able to offer an even better price than the already very competitive prices you see in the price list. If you are interested in purchasing multiple kits please contact me. Shipping will vary depending on the kit(s) purchased and the destination. For the "Sony F35 with Codex Onboard Recorder Kit" WITH the Otto Nemenz hard cases you are looking at around $400 shipping in the US and $800 overseas. Without the cases this price drops substantially as they cases themselves are very heavy. I regularly pack and ship hand-crafted ceramic items all over the world and can pack all the equipment securely and safely in boxes without the hard cases, which will reduce the shipping cost to about half: ~$250 CONUS, ~$500 overseas. Shipping will be from San Francisco. Following are links to additional photos as we are limited to only one photo attachment per sale thread: http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_01.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_02.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_03.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_04.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_05.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_06.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_07.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_08.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_09.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_10.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_11.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_12.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_13.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_14.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_16.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_17.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_18.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_19.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_20.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_21.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_22.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_23.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_24.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/SONYF35SALE/SONYF35SALE_25.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex001.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex003.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex004.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex005.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex006.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex007.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex008.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex009.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex010.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex011.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex012.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex013.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex014.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex015.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex016.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex017.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex019.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex020.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex022.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex025.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex026.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex027.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex028.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex029.jpg http://www.igorbertolucci.com/F35/12bit_tests/Camera%20Setup/F35%20Codex030.jpg Here is a link to a forum where you can find additional photos of the F35 in the Kata backpack (at the end of the page): http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?332103-Sony-F35-Codex-M-Recorder-Complete-Setup/page5&highlight=codex Here is a link to a thread where you can find photos of the additional CCD Block and Sony F23 to F35 Conversion kit hardware: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread.php?337896-Sony-F23-F35-Conversion-Kit-***-F35-Optical-Block-CCD-plus-hardware Should anyone have any questions please PM me or write to me directly at samana76@yahoo.com Cheers, Igor
  3. Hey guys, If you’re reading this ad, you might be familiar with the F35’s recent resurgence thanks to the wonders of modern external recorders. The sensor is just gorgeous, a 5k CCD with a global shutter (so you never need to worry about rolling shutter skew again), beautiful colour science, and highlight handling that’s still only topped by the Arri Alexa. I generally rate the camera at 400 ISO, but am happy with it up to 800 ISO (which is basically equivalent to the Red Dragon with the Skintone/Highlight OLPF). I recently returned from shooting a Bollywood feature with it over in India, starring Eric Roberts. And I’ve shot a documentary, four short films and a couple of commercials with it as well, and it’s been absolutely rock solid for me. I’d shot with the F35 in its original incarnation, and felt there were a couple of key areas I wanted to address when I assembled my own kit - and that was largely to do with the monitoring. The original Sony C30 EVF that came with the camera was only standard definition, and it made being certain of critical focus with the camera pretty difficult, it also only gave you zebras for exposure monitoring, which again, was pretty limiting. So my solution was to pair the camera with the new Zacuto Gratical Eye, and the Odyssey7Q+. This gave me HD monitoring with both the EVF and the monitor/recorder, with full, customisable LUT support across both (something most of the current top cameras out there still won’t do), and waveforms, (accurate) peaking, and false colour (to name just a few of the features). I’ve installed matching LUTs on both the Gratical and the Odyssey, and calibrated both to match (so you’ll see a matching image regardless of which you’re looking at). The reason I consider this the ‘Ultimate’ F35 kit, is because I’ve designed every part of the kit with the Operator (namely myself) in mind, and as a result it’s really easy to work with. The build is extremely streamlined, with a 15mm rod system allowing for rigid and precise placement of both the EVF and the monitor. The Zacuto Axis Mini slots straight into the Wooden Camera Top Handle, and allows for perfect placement of the EVF for handheld work as well as being on the dolly or sticks. And because the Top Handle is mounted to Nato Rail, both the handle and EVF can be slid off the camera in mere seconds for packing down into a compact carry case, or squeezing into tight spaces. Every component just works really well together. To simplify things further I also had Panavision build a custom v-mount plate for the camera, to provide two addition DTAP ports to run the Gratical Eye and the Odyssey - which means there’s no stuffing around with DTAP splitters or additional battery/power-distro gack. Using the Odyssey7Q+ allows you to get the most out of the sensor possible, using dual-link recording from the camera’s Interface Box, you get an uncompressed 12-bit 4:4:4 1080p feed (downsampled from the 5k sensor), that you can record in uncompressed 12-bit .DPX files (for insane image quality), or 12-bit ProRes4444 or ProRes4444XQ (for simple, very high quality drag-and-drop files). Or for shoots that don’t require crazy image quality you can also record in simple ProRes422 or 422HQ. You can also record at up to 50fps for beautiful 2x slow-motion. And with two 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSDs, you’ve got enough recording space to comfortably shoot for a full day. The camera only has 1230 hours on it, so it’s about as pristine an example as you’re going to find. Additional kit includes a Portabrace Rain Cover/Sunshade for the Odyssey7Q (which is great for viewing the monitor outdoors), and an Element Technica Hybrid Studio Baseplate and Dovetail, along with 19mm stainless steel rods - so you can put the camera straight on your tripod, add a battery, add a lens and start shooting immediately. There’s nothing left to add with this kit, as I’ve already put in the hard yards to design and piece it together. and the nice part about the kit, is that because all of the accessories are non-proprietary, they'll translate over seamlessly to your next camera too. The full kit list is as follows: - Sony F35 - Sony F35 Interface Box - Sony F35 L-Handle - Sony F35 Assistant Panel - Odyssey7Q+ - 2x 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSDs - Portabrace Rain Cover/Sunshade for Odyssey7Q - Zacuto Gratical Eye - Zacuto Axis Mini EVF Mount - Wooden Camera NATO Handle (Plus) - Berkey System 15mm Rods and Spuds for Odyssey7Q - Element Technica Hybrid Studio Bridgeplate (19mm Rods) - Element Technica Standard Arri Dovetail - Stainless Steel 19mm Rods - Custom V-mount Battery plate with 2x DTAP - Convergent Design DTAP to Odyssey7Q cable - Zacuto Braided LEMO/SDI cable for Zacuto Gratical Eye - 2x Canare 3G-SDI Cables for dual-link recording - Custom Flight Case The camera is located in Melbourne, Australia, but I’m happy to ship worldwide. Price is $9,500 USD + shipping (I’ll need to add 10% GST if it’s purchased in Australia)
  4. Selling two of my cameras 1. Sony PMW-F3 Great condition Only body 2. Canon EOS 1D mark IV EVO PL-mount Custom rebuild by German co More info and pics, email Location: Sweden
  5. please check out my Ebay listing. Feel free to contact me at anytime if you have any questions. http://cgi.ebay.com/...em=281055473046 thanks, Mike
  6. please check out my Ebay listing. Feel free to contact me at anytime if you have any questions. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=281055473046 thanks, Mike
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