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  1. hey yall I am curious about some of the the features of the SRH3. Does it have backpan compensation? also the roll axis specs say 90+-. is it 90 degrees of roll in both directions or 90 degrees total? and is that 90 degrees of roll active no matter in which orientation it is mounted? anyone have experience with this head and can tell me about how well the stabilization works? also looks like only a little bit of clearance, so probably only stripped down bodies, rite? brett.
  2. I have for sale an as new Varizoom Cinema pro Jr head. This is the Talon's slightly younger brother. A little lighter and a little less payload. Fantastic head, I just don't need two. Camera capacity is 35lbs. Comes with jibstick pro controller with soft stops for pan and tilt, zoom and focus controller for jib operation, 100' control cable, 30' power cable, power supply and case. Head is 100mm ball, but it is easily adapted to mitchel and there is a mitchel option from the manufacturer. Works with all of the same control systems for the talon, Advanced controller for motion control, hand wheels, etc. This is a link to the exact package I have for sale. https://www.varizoom.com/product/vzcinemapro-jr-k4/ Retail is $8995 I'm asking $6k Pm me, and I'm happy to email pics of actual head. Please feel free to ask any questions. Nick
  3. Selling my Hot Head Remote head. Everything works as it should. very responsive and precise head. Comes with hand wheel controls, spare cables, and custom light weight tilt axis to lower the weight of the head. Pick up in Baltimore, ship via freight, or can deliver within 100 miles. Great if you want to learn wheels, also a good candidate for a motion control conversion. Ask any questions. Lots of pics listed here - http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?180546-Hot-Head-remote-head
  4. FS The Digital PT30 Head pans and tilts your film or video camera smooth and accurately by proportional joystick control. Use on Jib Arms, remote mounts, or tripod mounted and run 2 cameras with 1operator. Unlimited uses. 12 VOLT POWER -Comes standard with 12 volt AC transformer, and easily accepts 12 or 24 volt battery power through 4 pin XLR connector. (fits most battery belts) HIGH TORQUE D/C GEAR MOTORS - The highest quality Maxon coreless motors are used on the PT30. Additional motors available at gear ratios to 3000:1 for movement so slow it can't be seen. We can supply motors in different ratios for only $15 per axis, or order more for different applications. (Additional Motors at $224.00 per axis) 30 POUND CAPACITY -Our most powerful and strongest head can handle your largest or smallest camera.JOYSTICK CONTROLLED - Proportionally controlled from top quality joystick mounted directly in the control unit. 20 FOOT CABLE - Cables come standard at 20 feet. (Up to 15' Additional cable added at manufacture only$ 2.50 per foot) http://www.cameraturret.com/pt24.htm
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