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  1. #1 Gimbal ACR The Beast V2 // L'Aigle Exo-G 
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    Hello

    I have for sale my trustee Beast from ACR system. There is also a L'Aigle exo G with it.
    It's a very good setup, easy to mount and well thought. The gimbal itself is similar to the Movi Pro, but older. Freefly clearly took some inspirations from The Beast. Except the Ronin 2 with the axis locking mechanism, its balancing is the easiest I've seen.

    The Lock'N'load upgrade is done, and I have extra receiver plates included with it. With these plates you can mount it on Eurocouple, QRplate, or anything actually.
    I mounted it to the Scalca Sprut magnetic car mount for example.

    It just came back from servicing, as I had a cable that came loose with time.
    I did a week long job with it the past few days, it's flawless.


    It can take my Scarlet-W with a Vlock I/O module, RTmotion Sidekick, a focus motor, wireless video, EF lenses, and a abracam MB.
    Roughly 15lbs


    Asking 2500€ OBO for the gimbal and exo.

    Shipped with :

    - Pelicase and custom foam.
    - Gimbal
    - Dual handles
    - 3 extra Lock 'N' Load plates (including one with a custom made Ronin adapter, to use a ring like Cinemilled)
    - 2 accessory ports (one small and one large)
    - 1 Hot & cold shoes

    - 1 Wooden camera A-mount receiver with a QR V-lock plate in A-mount.
    - 2 Dtap to Lemo2 power in (to power the gimbal + camera for about 3h with 240w, one short, one long)
    - 2 small LiPo batteries (9h of gimbal with a DSMC2 on it)
    - 2 large LiPo batteries (to power the camera, but honestly it's useless with the A mount + vlock)

    - 1 Lemo to multi-Dtap cable
    - 1 lemo to Red Power lemo (short)

    - 1 thumbstick
    - 1 Remote controller with a receiver

    - The Link, similar to the Mimic.


























    Technical data :

    Size

    Handheld width: 19.84 inches / 540 mm

    Camera shelf size

    Width: 8 inches / 204 mm
    Height (from tilt axis): 3.93 inches /100 mm
    Fork depth (from tilt axis): 7.48 inches / 190 mm

    Weight

    Complete unit: 6.5 lb / 2,95 kg
    Without Handheld Module: 5.29 / lb 2,4 kg
    Maximum payload: 13.23 lb / 6 kg
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    Updated with pictures.
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    updated with L'Aigle Picture
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