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    I use cine gears ghost eye and it has been extremely solid
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    there is a gold and vlock sleeve coming from Paralinx. I hope it will be compatible with Tiltamax/Cinegears wireless transmitters
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    Quick question on this re displays. Have an OMOD XLR on order from CVP in the UK.

    Is it possible to have 4.7" touch, SmallHD702 via SDI and a Paralinx Ace via HDMI connected and working at the same time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Scott View Post
    Quick question on this re displays. Have an OMOD XLR on order from CVP in the UK.

    Is it possible to have 4.7" touch, SmallHD702 via SDI and a Paralinx Ace via HDMI connected and working at the same time?
    Yes of course - that will work fine.

    Just like other modules that have HDMI - you have that signal at same time as SDI - UNLESS you connect an EVF or monitor to the pogo pins on the side of the DSMC2 brain.
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    Thanks Mark. Much appreciated, and very excited to get my hands on it in the not too distant future.

    So top pogo only for Red Touch in this configuration. Gotcha :)
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    Did the price of OMOD XLR increase? Last time I looked it was 2200 euros (excluding VAT) at CVP.com. Now it is listed at 2661 euros:
    http://cvp.com/index.php?t=product/o...ywood_omod_xlr
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    Quote Originally Posted by TD Wood View Post
    Did the price of OMOD XLR increase? Last time I looked it was 2200 euros (excluding VAT) at CVP.com. Now it is listed at 2661 euros:
    http://cvp.com/index.php?t=product/o...ywood_omod_xlr
    Yes, price did increase from $2499 to $2699 USD if you buy direct from OFFHOLLYWOOD for new orders.

    International dealers like CVP can add additional margin if they want for import charges/shipping/currency/etc.
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    I'm interested in buying the OMOD cage for my Scarlet-W and found version 1 to be a good solution (the version with the normal length top plate), but as I'm planning to buy a OMOD XLR a little bit later on, would it not make more sense to get the version 2 (that is a bit longer?). Now to the question, using the current RED base I/O combined with v-mount I believe that would be overlapping some connectors, no? So, would the solution be to simply swap top plate? Would also see the benefit to get the 3rd side arm in version 2.

    All suggestions are welcome!
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