My set-up

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SergeyKomarov

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My set-up

PostTue Dec 04, 2012 10:37 pm

1. Wooden Camera BMCC kit with battery plate.
2. Tilta 4x4 Matte Box Follow Focus + Crank + Whip
3. 2 Switronix V-Lock 90 batteries
4. 2 256GB Cruscial C300
5. Cavision ND solids 0.3 0.9 1.5
6. Rokinon 14mm and 35mm

Other stuff is coming

Now waiting on camera.

Tell my what do you think guys? Any advices?

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sean mclennan

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Re: My set-up

PostTue Dec 04, 2012 10:42 pm

Seems like a nice setup!
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Re: My set-up

PostTue Dec 04, 2012 10:49 pm

Excellent.

But. what about the tripod?

There is something that call my attention, and that is the background, the only thing you are missing there is the rainbow... just like a 4 month dream. I hope your camera arrives soon.

And if is possible, put a dolly in the list.
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Re: My set-up

PostTue Dec 04, 2012 11:01 pm

Lovely =)

I also have three Zeiss 35 50 85 glass and a Sigma 8-16mm as well as a Proaim Rig and lots of variable NDs. Try to sell a 24-70mm in subpar condition now for 650 Euro.
And then get a Nikkor in the 20-25 range.

Cheers
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Re: My set-up

PostTue Dec 04, 2012 11:27 pm

I'm thinking 3 things:

1. Nice gear!
2. I'm wondering if you'll be able to look at the screen at the back without any problems. That battery plate seems to be in the way a bit.
3. This is going to make the wait even harder for you! ;)
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Re: My set-up

PostTue Dec 04, 2012 11:29 pm

Looks great, yet sad in a way without the BMCC :mrgreen:
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 2:42 am

Where is the camera? lmaooooo
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 4:56 am

Cool setup mate. You're ready. Behind the scenes, BMD is hard at work to get your camera to you:)
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:14 am

How much did you pay for the Tilta follow focus if you don't mind me asking? I keep finding that they're ridiculously expensive...
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:41 am

Rocket wrote:Excellent.

But. what about the tripod?

There is something that call my attention, and that is the background, the only thing you are missing there is the rainbow... just like a 4 month dream. I hope your camera arrives soon.

And if is possible, put a dolly in the list.


Thanks, man.

I have just Manfrotto sticks from still photography with 504 head on top.
I want to spend another 5K on a good sticks. But now the budget doesn't allow.
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:42 am

John Waldorff wrote:Lovely =)

I also have three Zeiss 35 50 85 glass and a Sigma 8-16mm as well as a Proaim Rig and lots of variable NDs. Try to sell a 24-70mm in subpar condition now for 650 Euro.
And then get a Nikkor in the 20-25 range.

Cheers


I also have 50 1.2 Canon and 70-200 from still photography.
But yeah I need something that will work like normal lens on BMCC.
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:48 am

Roland Öller wrote:I'm thinking 3 things:

1. Nice gear!
2. I'm wondering if you'll be able to look at the screen at the back without any problems. That battery plate seems to be in the way a bit.
3. This is going to make the wait even harder for you! ;)


1. Thanks.
2. Yeah, I know. I planning to by like on off-set adapter and additional rods + shoulder pad.
So my battery is not blocking screen. Plus I can mount battery on a side/top of the camera, that is why I love wooden camera.
3. Man I think I have this new disease "BMCC expectation".
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:48 am

cschmeer wrote:Looks great, yet sad in a way without the BMCC :mrgreen:


True man.)
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:49 am

Cuboirs wrote:Where is the camera? lmaooooo


Only BMD knows.
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:50 am

Nick Bedford wrote:How much did you pay for the Tilta follow focus if you don't mind me asking? I keep finding that they're ridiculously expensive...


Do you have invitation for TEAM TILTA? When I was buying it they had a great deal like 325 for FF and 600+ for MB.
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:56 am

SergeyKomarov wrote:
Nick Bedford wrote:How much did you pay for the Tilta follow focus if you don't mind me asking? I keep finding that they're ridiculously expensive...


Do you have invitation for TEAM TILTA? When I was buying it they had a great deal like 325 for FF and 600+ for MB.


Not myself. Those prices sound entirely reasonable, for once. Not $1,000+ for a follow focus :evil:
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 6:12 am

Nick Bedford wrote:
SergeyKomarov wrote:
Nick Bedford wrote:How much did you pay for the Tilta follow focus if you don't mind me asking? I keep finding that they're ridiculously expensive...


Do you have invitation for TEAM TILTA? When I was buying it they had a great deal like 325 for FF and 600+ for MB.


Not myself. Those prices sound entirely reasonable, for once. Not $1,000+ for a follow focus :evil:


I can send you invtitaion if you give me your email.
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:01 pm

Definitely drooling over here.

Does anyone know about the quality of this gear? I dig their intent, "gear that doesn't cost as much as the camera," but wonder if anyone has had experience with it before...

http://www.indisystem.com/
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Re: My set-up

PostWed Dec 05, 2012 5:30 pm

Jason, I've previously owned two insystem products; the mini slider and the bulldog rig. For the money I'd describe the quality as "Ok", but nothing more.

I MUCH prefer Lanparte gear - the quality is fantastic for the price.

Really solid stuff. I have their Matte-box, follow focus, handles and top handle and am impressed with the quality, especially the follow focus.

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Re: My set-up

PostThu Dec 06, 2012 4:52 am

Jeggintonfilms wrote:Jason, I've previously owned two insystem products; the mini slider and the bulldog rig. For the money I'd describe the quality as "Ok", but nothing more.

I MUCH prefer Lanparte gear - the quality is fantastic for the price.

Really solid stuff. I have their Matte-box, follow focus, handles and top handle and am impressed with the quality, especially the follow focus.

Jonty


Thanks, Jonty. Appreciate the reply.
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Re: My set-up

PostThu Dec 06, 2012 5:12 am

Jeggintonfilms wrote:Jason, I've previously owned two insystem products; the mini slider and the bulldog rig. For the money I'd describe the quality as "Ok", but nothing more.

I MUCH prefer Lanparte gear - the quality is fantastic for the price.

Really solid stuff. I have their Matte-box, follow focus, handles and top handle and am impressed with the quality, especially the follow focus.

Jonty


I'm quite liking the look of their air support 2.
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Re: My set-up

PostSat Dec 08, 2012 6:06 pm

guys how's leica lens on BMCC m4/3?
I'm thinking of getting Leica 16-18-21 mm f/4 Tri-Elmar-M Asph, both for my m8 and BMCC. anyone tried mounting leica lens on BMCC m4/3?
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Re: My set-up

PostSat Dec 08, 2012 9:05 pm

SergeyKomarov wrote:
Nick Bedford wrote:
SergeyKomarov wrote:How much did you pay for the Tilta follow focus if you don't mind me asking? I keep finding that they're ridiculously expensive...


Do you have invitation for TEAM TILTA? When I was buying it they had a great deal like 325 for FF and 600+ for MB.



I can send you invtitaion if you give me your email.


Can you sen me an invite too? :mrgreen: nickmilo@gmail.com

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