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whats it for?
Q. whats it for?
A. If you don't know it then you don't need it!
Bwhahahhahaha You sound nice pr2
what's your reserve price? I bumped to 500 but still not met.
I made 1, but i have a fuckload of tools. I use shoulder rigs mostly now, so I gave it away.
i dont use dollys anymore, and when I do i rent a sit down dolly, but it requires 2 people to operate it, sometimes 3 to run cable back to the directors station.
yeah man, any shooters out there doing small productions/shorts doing both directing and shooting, these compact dollys are really handy.
a few hours left on this deal.
omg, you put any real camera (including a DSLR with a zoom lens and a small monitor on that thing and it will barely move.
the reason why i'm letting go of my slider that as my camera rigs get larger and larger even a pro $1200 piece of gear won't do. That $22 thing you post is a joke.
Like everything else ever piece of gear has it pluses and minuses - the pieces you bring up are fine for some small b-roll shots. The camera rigs (not that much bigger than the DSLR in the pic above) i'm dealing with are too unwieldy to give you quality shots if you are looking for anything else other than some insignificant b-roll (where if it wobbles it's ok because you will simply use the non-wobbly part or just redo the shot). When you are doing an interview or timed shots there is no do-over so the piece of gear has to work the first time around.
Any pointers on a cheap rental company for, say, a C100 or 300 and a decent tripod for the first 2 weeks of January in NYC?
Times up....! Maybe if you repost at a lower reserve it might sell next time... You could have sold this at $510. That would have been a great sell price....