Set up with Analogue Bartech/Teradek Bolt/SmallHD DP4

Discussion in 'MōVI M10' started by Jamie McIntyre, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. Jamie McIntyre

    Jamie McIntyre New Member

    Oct 7, 2013
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    Hi Guys,

    I'm new here so please forgive me if most of this has been answered elsewhere.

    I'm awaiting the arrival on my M10 (Early November) so I'm trying to get all accessories in place before then.

    I have to say, it's been a bit mind boggling to say the least.

    90% of the time we will be using C100's on the Movi with EF lenses.

    I currently own an analogue bartech which I can't figure out how I will mount onto the rig? I do not own a bracket for the focus receiver and currently just velcro it onto whatever camera set up we are using, handheld, steadi etc.

    Also, will the M1 Motor mount onto the bars on the Movi? (If so, this will reduce the need for a rod plate on the camera :))

    Another thing - How would one mount a teradek bolt TX to the movi handles, and also a smallHD DP4 monitor?

    And the final thing - Powering all of these accessories....

    I currently use a IDX V-Lock plate with multiple D-tap outputs. I use this to power the c100, BM HDMI-SDI converter (Won't need this once my bolt arrives) and the bartech.

    I don't really fancy having a large V-lock battery and plate mounted on the movi, it will make it heavier than necessary and also just look a bit rough.

    Is there an alternative option?

    Need to power:

    Bartech Focus Receiver.
    SmallHD DP4 Monitor
    Teradek Bolt (HDMI version)

    Any help is much appreciated.


  2. Brad Meier

    Brad Meier Active Member
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    Aug 14, 2012
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    There are many threads that cover your questions. I just looked through the M10 section.

    Analog Bartech

    There are many varieties of powering accessories. I would order a few extra aux packs as well as look into Freefly accessories in this thread:ōvi-accesories.2353/

    Here is a recent powering solution posted by an M10 owner

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