These aren't as well known as some of the other Red One accessories, but I loved them. The top handle attaches to all four of the mounting points on the top of a Red One, so it's incredibly stable. It has a ton of 3/8-16 and 1/4-20 threaded holes in the top, so you can mount accessories or under-sling the camera itself. The arm for the EVF is built onto the top handle and has lots of adjustments. It has a little plate that screws into the original Red EVF. (You would probably need to do some modification to mount the Bomb EVF on it.) There are two arms of different lengths for the EVF, and it's easy to switch from one to the other. The handle has a battery plate on the back, and I have included Red's V-mount plate. The contacts on the plate, and the lemo connector, are in excellent condition. The plate swivels up and down and also slides in and out a little, which I found very useful for balancing the camera.
The Sim Video Toe Piece screws into the bottom of the Red One and gives you the ability to use 15mm lightweight rods or 15mm studio offset. It's a small part that only takes up about the front third of the bottom surface of the camera, but I found it to be quite stable. It slides onto regular Arri-style dovetails and tightens with a Kip lock. Everything is in really good condition–I'd still be using these if they fit on the Epic.
When new, all of these accessories cost about $3000US. I'm looking for $1000,(NOW $600–SEE BELOW.) and I'll throw in ground shipping within the continental US.
The best way to contact me is by e-mail:
mike (at) mikeyontsfilms (dot) tv