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  1. [FS: GEAR] Sony PMW-F55 + R5 Raw Recorder (Customised, Complete Kit)

    Selling my low-hours and uniquely customised Sony PMW-F55 with AXS-R5 package, and this one is pretty special.

    With a global shutter, 4k 16-bit Raw up to 60fps, 480Mbps 4k XAVC 4:2:2, 400Mbps...
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    Three stops more than what? You've got to go...

    Three stops more than what? You've got to go rather a long way back in time to find a camera with a full three stops less DR than Komodo.
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    [WTB] Cinevate Mitchell Adapter Plate

    Hi guys,

    Trying to track down a Cinevate Mitchell Adapter Plate or Cinevate Mitchell Hi Hat if anyone has one sitting in the cupboard somewhere?

    Cheers,

    Mark

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  4. [FS: SUPPORT] Cubix Xpander Elite - PCIe Gen3 x16 Expansion Chassis (Quad eGPU)

    Selling my trusty Cubix Desktop Xpander Elite PCIe Gen3 x16 Expansion Chassis.



    Obviously that’s a mouthful to say, but basically this THE Big Boy eGPU enclosure. There’s no pissy Thunderbolt 3...
  5. [FS: SUPPORT] Apple Mac Pro 5,1 - 12-core 3.46Ghz, 96GB RAM, 5700XT 8GB

    Selling my maxed-out and much loved Apple Mac Pro 5,1. This big old beast of a workhorse has been heavily customised to squeeze out every last ounce of performance for video post-production work....
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    I have redundancy, so I'm not worried about a...

    I have redundancy, so I'm not worried about a striped array going bad. It's just for storing my online media.

    I'm familiar with the various RAID standards and what each is capable of. What I'm...
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    Striping (RAID 0) JBOD arrays together?

    Hey guys,

    I'm wondering if anyone could help me understand how JBOD can interface with striping/RAID 0 (if at all)?

    I've got 6x 1TB M.2 drives en route and already have 2x 2TB M.2 drives, and I...
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    [FS: SUPPORT] Samsung 960 Pro 2TB NVME M.2 SSD Drives

    Hi everyone,

    Selling a pair of Samsung 960 Pro 2TB NVME M.2 SSD Drives.

    If you need these bad boys you probably already know why - because they’re the highest capacity 2-bit MLC NAND M.2 NVME...
  9. I have a pair of Radeon VIIs in my current build...

    I have a pair of Radeon VIIs in my current build and I'm finding the computer is tapping into most of that 16GB of VRAM all the time. I'd be wary of even 11GB cards these days (since recording...
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    You have (apparently) one post on this forum....

    You have (apparently) one post on this forum. What "family" are you talking about?

    If people want to buy a beta camera at wildly inflated prices, let them. It hurts no one but the back pocket of...
  11. Yep. If you don't mind having a battery plate...

    Yep. If you don't mind having a battery plate hanging off rails out the back, that's the easiest (and likely cheapest) solution. I just LOATHE having the additional point of failure of a power cable...
  12. If I can throw out a suggestion, the battery...

    If I can throw out a suggestion, the battery plate REALLY needs at least two (ideally three) accessory power outputs (DTAP preferably).

    Any rig that's sending wireless video out to a...
  13. Hey Jeremy, do you have the regular Tilta V-mount...

    Hey Jeremy, do you have the regular Tilta V-mount or the "Advanced" one? And is it possible to adjust the orientation of the battery plate itself? (I saw some photos that suggested you could mount it...
  14. Well you get a proper PL-mount, internal NDs,...

    Well you get a proper PL-mount, internal NDs, good XLR inputs, along with timecode and a bunch of SDI ports (HDMI as well). So there's MUCH less rigging pain than you'll have with a stills camera of...
  15. Thread: Monitoring?

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    Has anyone tried using a BNC T-connector with the...

    Has anyone tried using a BNC T-connector with the camera's SDI port to attach two different devices?
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    It might be worthwhile using smaller capacity...

    It might be worthwhile using smaller capacity cards, where the NAND modules aren't packed in there quite so tightly. That could help mitigate heat issues a bit. And definitely carry additional cards...
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    Because the entire idea behind Wooden Camera's...

    Because the entire idea behind Wooden Camera's approach is allowing you to modify the camera to fit within common, existing standards. They give you standard 15mm LWS rods, and an Arri dovetail clamp...
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    Not really. That’s basically been the case for...

    Not really. That’s basically been the case for every small camera - by the time they’re rigged out for conventional production, they become a mess. It’s the one thing that drives me mental with the...
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    Thank Tom, yep, WC sent me through this photo of...

    Thank Tom, yep, WC sent me through this photo of the setup:

    https://i.imgur.com/Ukx6Ttq.jpg

    So it'll work, but the top handle would obscure a lot of the top screen, so a riser would definitely...
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    Does anyone know if the Kippertie RF/PL adapter...

    Does anyone know if the Kippertie RF/PL adapter will fit with the Wooden Camera Komodo top handle attached?

    It's hard to guesstimate from the respective product photos, and it looks like it'll be...
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    It's most of the way there, but really needs at...

    It's most of the way there, but really needs at least a couple of 3/8" holes with Arri-locating pin holes on the side plates.
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    [FS: GEAR] SOLD.

    SOLD.
  23. Looks great Wade! Do you know what the release...

    Looks great Wade! Do you know what the release plans are for it yet?
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    35mm. A 135mm is lovely to have, and when you...

    35mm.

    A 135mm is lovely to have, and when you need the reach, you need the reach. But it’s not a lens that comes out of the case often. 35mm on the other hand is a workhorse.
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    [FS: GEAR] Price drop to $1,750 USD / €1,565 Euro / $2,550...

    Price drop to $1,750 USD / €1,565 Euro / $2,550 AUD for each set + shipping
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