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I contacted IDX yesterday.
They guy on the phone was unable to deviate from the advertised spec of the batteries but he said that IDX gives a...
I see that freefly recommend using an IDX endura 7S battery to power the epic.
Though I read on IDX spec sheet for the battery that its maximum...
Do you know it's dimensions?
particularly the depth
Is that pic with an M15?
So not a 95 Wh battery then.
Is that an m10 or M15?
Are those the IDX Duo 95?
do you know how many centimetres deep the batteries are?
I tried using majestic mode and setting pan window allege way down but got shaky results
I have had my Redrock for less than a year, it has failed on 3 shoots so far. Always failing in a new way.
Each time it has failed i've tried to...
I'd like to know hatter largest batteries people are using with the free fly clock adaptor + red epic on the Movi m15
I interested in getting a...
Has anyone tried using the new IDX duo 95 batteries or the switronixx hypercore 98 on the Movi m15?
They are only slightly larger than the endura HL9
It's practically new, I'd like as close to what I paid for it as I can get ($5000)
I'm in no rush, just waiting for a fair offer. How about $4500 ?
I have used my Tero only a couple of times.
It's in perfect condition, pretty close to being new.
It just doesn't suit the kind of shots I...
I'm selling my Tero. Have used it on literally 1 shoot. Anyone interested getting touch.
..."or go home"
That is what is missing from the end of the "go big" tagline.
That's what it feels like freefly is saying to early adopters.
Can someone from Freefly please contact me and arrange to send me a second screw. The rotation on the baseplate is an EPIC FAIL.
Was the Movi M10 originally designed to work best with little bits of cardboard wedged between camera base and gimbal to keep it rigid enough to...
You could put the back end straight on the steadicam vest. then you do have ability to move side to side... but that isnt really what I made this...
The whole idea of this mount is so that you can hard mount it to things. The back end will clamp onto any vertical tube with 30-32mm diameter. So...
I'm not sure I understand? It can pan and tilt... using the remote. Obviously no majestic mode.
worth noting, the mounting is made rigid by large grub screws that tighten up against the steadicam arm - you cant see them because they are inside.
Here is a custom mount I have made that fits a single section of Flyer Le steadicam arm to a 32mm Vertical tube.
On the other end it attached...