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  1. Hi everyone, I own an Aaton LTR 7, and I was hoping someone would be able to offer some advice on a bridge plate / rig that would be compatible. The wooden grip handle that came with the camera constantly comes loose and is more annoying than practical for handheld shooting. I'd prefer to just sort a set up with rails and moose bars that I can adjust more easily. I found an ARRI BP-5 on ebay but it seems that they work best with 35mm / Digital cameras. Can anyone recommend an alternative bridge plate that could work? Any suggestions/ recommendations would be super appreciated!
  2. I'm selling this used Easyrig Cinema 3 with 5" extended arm (rated 17-24lbs). I've installed the new easyrig quick release to it, and it comes with the 3 extra ball studs as seen here - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1410621-REG/easyrig_erig_ea033_q_quick_release_camera_hook.html I also had a new line installed when I installed the quick release, so functionally this unit is as new. Comes with a spare line, and the original Easyrig hook as well. I got this with the backpack style Easyrig bag instead, as I prefer carrying it that way personally, fits great. Asking $3000 USD
  3. Hi all! I’m DPing a short road trip film next year that takes primarily in a car in the desert. I have some experience shooting in a car before, but would love any advice, input, or words of wisdom that you all may have in regards to doing it right and/or better. Moreover, if any of you have any car scenes from any film or show in mind, I’d love to hear them so I can study them as a reference. This is a low budget indie short film, so any advice on car rigging on a budget is much appreciated. I’m primarily looking at the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera as our main camera as it can easil
  4. SORRY - misspelled Tripod in the Title line... I have a Bolex style quick release on a rig ready tripod mount. My question for all you camera guys: How should this mount on a tripod? From the top downward or use the tripod's screw and attach from the bottom?? I've seen it done both ways... But what do you prefer??? Thanks for your help Arthur
  5. Looking for a solution - need a rotating lighting rig to simulate the movement of light on a stationary vehicle. Trying to simulate a train passing through darkness and shade. Any suggestion other than having someone Hollywood the unit or flag.
  6. Hello all, About three years ago, I built a computer to do lower-end editing with Premiere and AfterFX. Most of the projects were geared towards my high school AV class, so nothing more than 5 or so minute works with 1080p project files and H.264 codecs. Today, I'm still using the same project files, but I am editing much larger-scale works (15+ minute works, plus incorporating DaVinci Resolve into my workflow). With my most recent project, I have just color graded via Resolve, and I am finding a lot of difficulty in just opening the Premiere file now. Premiere itself crashes quite f
  7. Hi, I've been assigned to shoot and direct and documentary in Nepal in two months time and I'm looking to gear up for the shoot. The project is a low budget / indie documentary for which I thought to get the Sony A7s ii for the job for its low light conditions as most likely I'd use very little available lights. I own a Blackmagic 4K ef mount which I plan to sell as I find it to bulky and heavy for the job and not great on low light. I am currently looking for lenses, and understanding more about the different type of glass. I'm looking for recommendations I want to achieve a filmic
  8. NAB 2015, Booth #C6025 Universal Hand-Held Support Rig Offers Flexibility Needed for Accessorized Digital Cinematography BURBANK, Calif. (April 6, 2015) - OConnor, a Vitec Group brand and premier provider of fluid heads, tripods and camera accessories for film and television production, will unveil its new O-Rig 15mm Rod Support System at NAB 2015. The versatile, hand-held support rig is perfectly suited to the a la carte configurations of today's accessorized digital cinematography. The O-Rig is designed to work with any camera/lens combination in 15mm LWS (Light Weight Support) con
  9. Hey, I recently bought a Canon C100 and I'm looking for a new shoulder rig for it, looking to mount a V lock battery on it, obviously the camera and follow focus etc, just the normal things really. Does anyone have any advice on what i brand or type of rig to buy and maybe any experience with buying rigs, this is the first one i have bought. Cheers Gabe
  10. Hello. Would like to get some feedback on good/affordable gears for 16mm film lenses, mostly for BMPCC. I own a BMPCC , Schneider and Kern Primes. Looking for : => A good CAGE I own this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BMPC-Cage-Top-Handle-Grip-15mm-BMPCC-for-Blackmagic-Pocket-Camera-support-system-/261534271701?pt=UK_Photography_Movie_Camera_Accessories&hash=item3ce4a848d5 , which scratches the body a bit when in and out, too heavy and annoying to do Steadicam work. Thinking to get the Varavon (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=261398476332&fromMakeTrack=tr
  11. A wooden shoulder rig same as the ergocine lion. If anybody would be interested to buy it (safely through paypal), send your offer as pm. I will soon put on ebay.. Standard 15mm rails front and back (front 12", back 6") 2 Ball handles and a trigger with connection ready for LANC remote Internal grooves for neat wiring 6 1/4" thread mounting points for accessories Shoulder cushion pads Mahogany finish Standard base-plate included The rig with attachments (minus Nikon D800) :
  12. Hi everyone. I'm not exactly a student or a new filmmaker, but I am closer to a new filmmaker, than a professional DP, so that's why I'm posting here. Apologies to moderators if it's in the wrong section. I'm filming a low budget car commercial for a small community tv channel and I am wondering what the best options are to film a moving car. I basically want to be able to make the most out of a little to no budget as possible, whether using guerilla style filmmaking or out the box ideas, I need some guidance. I want basically get multiple moving angles of a car driving on the road. My
  13. Hi folks I'm shooting a short film in a few weeks and I'm figuring about a car scene with two actor having a dialog while driving, and how I should go about that. First of all, we don't have much of a budget, so a even though a car trailer would be the optimal choice, we can't afford it unfortunately. Any recommendations of how to shoot this? My initial idea was to shoot this infront of a green screen with tracking marks on set, to take advantage of the existing light. By doing so we could use a hand-held camera to add a sense of realism with the background moving (very slightly)
  14. (sorry for the repost but system won't let me edit or delete the other post and it erased most of the thread title) Selling a Brand new (still in boxes) never used Atom Aluminium 3-D Rigging kit ATOM™ FROM 3ALITY TECHNICA 3D RIG KIT (Element Technica) Kit includes: (Retail - $64,000) T3D-A1 Atom 3D Beamsplitter Camera Platform: -Integrated IO & C motors and electronics -Motion & Alignment Modules -THC-S - Technica Hand Controller Stereo, 3 axis -(T3D-C-MCB-P8) Technica 3D Motor Control Box Power Cable, 8' -(T3D-C-THC-C5) Technica Hand Controller Command Cable, 5' -Medium-Beamspl
  15. Hey folks, I'm looking to get some advice on car rigs. I'm starting a job in September that calls for tons of car shots so I'd like to see what are some of the best solutions out there. The show will be shot on a Sony f5 with Cooke primes, to give you an idea for weight and size. I was told that SSE Universal Car Mount is the best and easiest to work with. As I've never had any personal experience with it, I would like to get a second opinion before I take the plunge. Has anybody done a job with this rig and how good or bad is it? I was also looking at Mathews Car rigs, they seem
  16. I'm wondering what the cheapest set up would be for event coverage? I have dslr and lenses, but it is more in terms of rig, lighting and sound recording equipment (something that can be operated by one person). The camera provided is a 60D. Lighting and rig are most important.
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