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Selling Arricam ST flight cases that used to belong to Arri Rental in Munich. Buyer picks up in person or pays shipping from NYC. Used but in great condition. Payment via Paypal - please contact email@example.com if interested. Arricam ST Body Flight Case - $250 See photos here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/303005703973 Arricam ST 400' Magazine (2 slots) - $150
Hello, I'm considering about buying my own 35mm film camera. Pardon if this is a common topic on this forum, but I'd like to get some advice from people wiser than me. The rational reason for owning a 35mm camera would be the duration of the film projects. Because we're not at a professional level and everyone has another job or goes to school, the filming schedule is rather irregular and long. I figured that a rent of 2 months would buy me half of my own camera and anyway at least I would like to make more projects than just one. The lenses would be rental however because they are very expensive and one usually needs more than just one focal length or model. The cameras I'm considering are the following: Moviecam Compact Moviecam SL Arricam ST The Moviecams are about 5000$ and the Arricam ST is 12000£ (a rental house is the seller). Do these sound like fair prices? Is Visual Products a reliable seller (seller of the Moviecams)? To the main point: What I'm looking for is a reliable basic sync sound 35mm camera which is not too heavy for shoulder operation. I would be expecting a couple ten years (or more) of service life. The Arricam would probably be the best choice, as Arri still services them and accessories like mags can be rented from the local rental house for it but the price of the camera is rather high for me. So are the Moviecams a good option? I know that the Moviecams and Arricams both have practically the same movements, but I heard that the electronics of the Moviecams are inferior. However what is unclear to me is that are the electronics of the Moviecams just less sophisticated or really of inferior design or build quality? Also I believe getting a Moviecam serviced can prove to be difficult. Out of the Moviecams the SL would probably be the better choice as it's a bit newer and smaller. But I heard that the body wouldn't be so rigid and thus prone to light leaks. Is this true? Also, is the extra noise (compared to a Compact or ST) a problem when dialogue is recorded while filming? Sorry for the bit lengthy text, but I would appreciate any advice (but please don't try to sell me digital - it's just not the same). Thank you very much for any help and information. Regards, Valter
I'm selling my Arricam LT package. The camera has been carefully handled and is in excellent condition. This is a rare deal as I haven't seen many Arricam LT's for sale for so cheap. Included in the package is: Arricam LT camera body IVS - Integrated Video System Anamorphic and spherical viewfinder Medium viewfinder extension Long viewfinder extension with magnification Viewfinder leveler Heated eyepiece Power bridgeplate with rods Adjustable quick release plate Mask frame glow module Studio mag to Lite mag adapter Top handle Power cable Adjustment hex tools The camera is currently setup for 4-perf. If you have any questions feel free to ask! Asking $20,000 but make me an offer. I'm definitely willing to negotiate.