Mounting the MoVI10 on our car

Discussion in 'MōVI M10' started by Richard MacDonald, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. Christian Henschel

    Christian Henschel New Member

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    Hi Eric, the spring arm is like a normal steadycam arm.
    Thank you Ozkan.

    I´m thinking of selling this kind of stuff, so if you are interseted, please ask me.
     
  2. Rob Drewett

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    I'm interested, what do you think will work best on a boat?
     
  3. Christian Henschel

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    I didn't tested the system on a boat, but I think it will work.
    The skockabsorber will take the hard impacts and the wire mount absorbs the vibrations. A damped cardanic gimbal will help too. Like the System on the pickup.
    Do you want to work with a jibarm or a crane?
    What kind of boat do you use?
     
  4. Peter Barta

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    Hi Christian,

    How much will you be selling the vibration mounts for I'm interested.

    Pete
     
  5. Ozkan Erden

    Ozkan Erden Distributor

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    Chrtistian, I'm also interested in purchasing. I would be glad if we can start a conversation on this matter.

    Thanks.
     
  6. Ben Ruffell

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    Likewise, please email me prices and details.
     
  7. Matthew Macomber

    Matthew Macomber New Member

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    I am also highly interested.
     
  8. Christian Henschel

    Christian Henschel New Member

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    Thanks for the interest.
    I´cant say a price at the moment, it depends on the material that I´m using. The prototype was made of steel. Strong but heavy ...
    It would be nice if you could tell me wich material you like to use (steel, aluminium, plastic, carbon)?
     
  9. Rob Drewett

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    Carbon would be great!
     
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  10. Simon Weyhe

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    im also interested in hearing more about it and pricing...
     
  11. jim mundell

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    Id be interested in the arm as well. Is it still in the works? Alum would probably be cheaper so I vote for alum. Easier to machine to.
     
  12. Octave Zangs

    Octave Zangs New Member

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    Hi Christian,

    What brand/model are the suction cups mount and steadicam arm on the Nissan? Are they custom made? Can't find any suction cups mount and steadicam arm that big. Thank you very much!
     

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