Looking for Cinestar Pan Axis

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  1. SteveWilson

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    Doesn't have to be new as long as it works.

    Thanks.

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  2. Mark McGuire

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    Think I have one of these in a box of spares somewhere, do you need the servo too, send me your email. I will see if I can locate it..
     
  3. SteveWilson

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    Shoot, I just ordered one. Thanks, appreciate it.
     
  4. Jason Smoker

    Jason Smoker Active Member

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    Steve where did you order it from out of interest? I still run the old radian gimbal for photos shoot because its lighter than the m5 and if i need parts i can order them. cheers
     
  5. SteveWilson

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    I think I got the last one, it was half price and I don't see it listed anymore. They do have other odds and ends though.

    http://www.ksmodel.com.hk/index.php...=cinestar&model=1&description=1&category_id=0
     
  6. Jason Smoker

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  7. Jack Wrangham

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    We have one we're not using too if you're interested!
     
  8. SteveWilson

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    I appreciate it, hopefully I'm set for now though.
     
  9. mathewfarrell

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    Sorry if it's a daft question, but what else would be required to convert the CS 2-axis to 3? If the answer is 'not much', I'd be quite interested, Jack or Steve.
     
  10. SteveWilson

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    If memory serves, all that is needed is the unit in my first post and one more radian unit.
     
  11. mathewfarrell

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    Cheers Steve. That would make sense.
     

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