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    Anyone know if the GDU replacement handles will work with the red shipped handle that has an integrated button?


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    GDU CARTEL HANDLE ( GRIP ONLY )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory Royar View Post
    Anyone know if the GDU replacement handles will work with the red shipped handle that has an integrated button?
    https://global-dynamics-united.mysho...ollections/all
    GDU CARTEL HANDLE ( GRIP ONLY )

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    Yes, it will fit... I test fit them the other day with my Teradek thumbwheel adapter and it worked fine. The stock outrigger handle has 2 metal pins on the bottom half of the handle to prevent twist... The GDU handle has the holes for the pins, but does not include them.
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    New cage and handles from Zacuto,
    "The RED Komodo cage is a very modular design. You can use each part individually or in any combination. It has a top plate, two sides and a bottom.
    The top plate has integrated Z-Rail (NATO rail) for quick mounting rail based top handles, arms, monitor mounts, etc. It has a flush top for mounting other accessories across it plus 1/4" 20 and Arri style 3/8" 16 threaded holes on top and sides. There is also a provision for mounting two 15mm rod locks for rods to support focus motors and other top mounted rod accessories
    The two independent side rails are Z-Rails (NATO) featuring two Arri M6 rosettes top and bottom and an Arri 3/8 16 tapped hole. 3 types of mounting styles.
    The bottom plate has an integrated Arca Swiss style locking wedge, an integrated and adjustable 1/4" 20 screw support for lens adaptors and 1/4" 20 threaded holes on the sides.
    The cage protects the corners of the camera body. It is very ergonomical and low profile. Super light weight from use of aircraft aluminum."

    https://store.zacuto.com/komodo-cage...-komodo/#tab-1

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    I don’t know about that zacuto cage... it looks like someone whipped it together in the back shed in 1987.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Stanley View Post
    I don’t know about that zacuto cage... it looks like someone whipped it together in the back shed in 1987.
    Haha, well put and agreed.

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    wow, that thing looks gross.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Stanley View Post
    I don’t know about that zacuto cage... it looks like someone whipped it together in the back shed in 1987.
    Well... MOST of Zacuto's stuff looks like that. It may be functional (and expensive), but 'it ain't pretty'. All of their stuff has an Erector Set vibe. Their pan arm adapter that I bought a decade or so ago for my MicroForce is super adjustable, but it looks like I put it together out of spare pieces I found laying around in the bottom of someones camera bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Luke View Post
    Is that a RED Komodo Trigger handle? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Zk8DeC_O7g
    Thank you. I have been waiting to see what it would look like attached to the camera. I ordered, but haven't received it yet.
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    Here's a picture of a quick rig with O'Connor handles and the Kameleon Pro, for anyone who's interested :

    [IMG]52769396-440D-445B-ABD3-BC17F8FE334D by Tom Jones, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Jones View Post
    Here's a picture of a quick rig with O'Connor handles and the Kameleon Pro, for anyone who's interested
    Nice Rig! You can't put it on your shoulder like that, right? Hope someday Zacuto will provide a shorter cable.
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