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Old May 26th, 2004, 05:52 PM   #1081
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this item has been sold... thanks...
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Old May 26th, 2004, 08:35 PM   #1082
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FS:Panasonic DV-953

I have a 953 that I got right after the New Year that I would like to sell. This camera has NEVER BEEN USED! I charged the battery once, goofed around with it a bit, then put it in a case. I have 6 Fuji tapes, all the literature, a Manfrotto quick disconnect, and the charger. The only thing missing is the box, which got thrown out when I moved last month by mistake. The reason I am selling it is because I have never used it and it is just too much money for a college student to have tied up.

I would like to sell this for $900 plus shipping (the method of your choice). You can email me at jmemt1975@yahoo.com. Thanks!
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Old May 26th, 2004, 08:59 PM   #1083
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price drop on canon xl-1 with canon 16x1 manual lens

2300.00 plus shipping
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Old May 26th, 2004, 09:02 PM   #1084
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price drop

250.00 plus shipping
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Old May 27th, 2004, 02:06 AM   #1085
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Need used Steadicam for GL2.

With or without LCD. Im looking for a deal as much as your looking for top dollar. ;-)
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Old May 27th, 2004, 03:00 AM   #1086
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For Sale: Video Deposition Equipment Lot

Hello all!! I rarely post at these boards but troll all the time. I have gotten a lot of good info and tips on equipment as well as advice on starting my own small video deposition business here, so needless to say this is a great site!!

Just to let you know, I became a certified legal video specialist (through the AGCV) and I have used the legal video business as part time work to pay the bills over the past year... it is truly a great second income! Fortunately, I received a response from Universal Television about a career opportunity in New York and I start in June. I am ecstatic about it... but... now must sell my equipment.

I decided to let you guys have first dibs before heading to Ebay because I know some of you are interested in the same business. I specialized only in video depositions and purchased my specific lot of equipment to handle every kind of deposition I shot. So in case you purchase all or some of my things, you know what you can get by on when you start out... plus I would be happy to give advice to anyone aiming for this type of business venture (No, you dont have to buy anything for my advice... thats free!)

For legitimacy concerns, please feel free to check out my feedback history under the username "joecavalier" on Ebay... I have 60 transaction responses with 100% positive feedback. I am currently located in Charlottesville VA and will be happy to meet you (within a reasonable distance ) to help you save on shipping costs.

All the equipment is in excellent condition. I am very carefully with any electronics that I own... okay... obsessive compulsive (but arent we all when it comes to protecting our investment??). All the items listed were used in corporate settings and stored in my home office, so nothing was ever exposed to harsh environments.

Some stuff I bought new, some off of Ebay and some from a studio I used to work at in DC, this is indicated after the price in paranthesis, but I vouch for everything and will fully explain each item to you in detail... I can even send pics if you wish. If an item is listed as "bought new", it means that I purchased it new and used it probably 10 times and it should be considered... well... NEW! If interested in everything, I will sell the whole lot for $3,500. You can reach me via email at jrice70@cs.com, we can discuss anything and everything by phone once you respond. FYI, I will be out of town until June 2nd so will not be able to ship equipment until the 3rd or 4th. Payment options include paypal and money orders. If you would like to send a check I will need to wait for it to clear.

Okay, enough babbling... here ya go... THANKS AND GOOD LUCK!!
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(1) JVC GY-X3U S-VHS Camcorder (Approx. 450 hrs)
Includes manual, Sony softcase, AA-P250U power supply, AB Gold Plate and Tripod Mount.
$1000 (from the studio, treated impeccably, runs excellent, never a problem, I have two TrimPac14 batteries I will include but they are both dead... I only used power supply. The softcase is not custommade, but from a Sony Digital camcorder... works well with the camera)
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(1) Bogen 3192 Tripod w/ 510 Fluid Head (black)
Includes leg spreader and heavy duty traveling hardcase
$600 (this was Kyle LaBrouche's tripod - popular indie filmmaker now in California - this is one mother of a tripod... some scratches here and there, but works excellent... hate to give it up)
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(1) Crown PCC-170SW Table Mic w/ 15' cord
$125 (bought new, Excellent audio))
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(1) Sony ECM-66B Lavalier w/ 6' cord (phantom)
Includes case and clip
$175 (Ebay, excellent audio)
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(1) Sony ECM-55B Lavalier w/ 6' cord (phantom)
Includes case and clip
$150 (Ebay, excellent audio)
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(1) Sony ECM-55B Lavalier w/ 6' cord (phantom)
Includes case and clip
$100 (Ebay, this particular Sony mic has a homemade cord, but it is an excellent mic with great audio... only reason I came down on price, heckuva deal)
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(1) Onkyo TA-RW244 Cassette Recorder
$125 (Ebay, Excellent Condition)
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(1) Panasonic BT-M1310Y 13" Monitor
$200 (Ebay, Excellent Condition, no screen burns at all)
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(1) JVC SR-S365U S-VHS VCR
$300 (Ebay, Very Excellent Condition)
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(1) Apollo A/V Cart w/ Power Supply and 15' Cord (Black)
$75 (Ebay, Excellent condition, A MUST HAVE with this set up!!)
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(1) Westcott 5' x 6' Collapsible Muslin Backdrop (Grey - Storm Clouds)
$100 (Ebay, Excellent Condition, priceless for depositions!)
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(1) JTL 500w Softbox Light w/ 2 Light Stands
$200 (bought new, NEVER USED, but did power up once... GREAT SOFT LIGHT!!)
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JVC S-VHS Professional Editing System:
(1) BR-S500 Player
(1) BR-S800 Recorder/Player
(1) RM-G805U Editing Console
Includes all cables and manuals
$800 (from the studio, excellent condition, I never had to use it except for tests)
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CABLES:

(1) Comprehensive BNC to RCA 10' (video from camera to S-VHS recorder)
$6 (bought new from B&H)

(1) Monster XLR(m) to XLR(f) 10' (audio from mixer to camera)
$12 (bought new from B&H)

(2) ProCo Excellinines Phono(m) to RCA(m) 10' (audio from mixer to S-VHS recorder)
$12 (bought new from B&H)
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ITEMS ALREADY SOLD, BUT NEEDED FOR THIS SET UP:

(1) Mackie 1202 audio mixing board

(1) Sony Headphones
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THANK YOU!
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Old May 27th, 2004, 08:54 AM   #1087
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I have a Glidecam 2000 sitting in the closet that has been used 3-4 times since I bought it in 2001!! What a waste....

Anyways, that what your looking for? What price where you wanting? Email is jonnystan@charter.net
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Old May 27th, 2004, 09:44 AM   #1088
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Misc items for sale

Not all directly video related:

- NEC LCD1765 17" LCD Flatscreen monitor. Native res (1280x1024). Still have box and all packing parts (styrafome, etc)
Been used under a month- perfect condition both cosmetically and mechanically.

- Pinnacle DV500 real-time capture card w/ Premiere 6.0

- Lot of unopened Panasonic MQ mini DV tapes (have to check the exact amount...roughly around 10 or so) Sold my DVX100 and have been using different tapstock for my PD-170.

- Sony CD Architect 5.0 (had a buyer, but never recieved the check- tried communicating w/ him...recieved no response)

- Canon S800 6-color photo printer (perfect condition- rarely used, always stored with dust cover- cosmetically and mechanically perfect)

If your interested in one or more of these items please contact me with an offer. No reasonable offers will be denied. Thanks.
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Old May 27th, 2004, 10:26 AM   #1089
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Price reduced, $1300 without the tripod.
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Old May 27th, 2004, 10:55 AM   #1090
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What is the length of those tapes, and how much?
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Old May 27th, 2004, 11:12 AM   #1091
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They are 63 minute MQ Mini DV tapes. I'm at work until later this afternoon- when I get home I'll count them for an exact # and get back to you.
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Old May 27th, 2004, 11:22 AM   #1092
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Sorry, I have done some reading of these contracptions and from what I gather, they are a waste of money. ssoooooo, i am not looking now. ;-) I will just get used of holding the cam correctly and buy a good tripod.
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Old May 27th, 2004, 11:34 AM   #1093
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Old May 27th, 2004, 11:45 AM   #1094
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Joe, not sure what you read, but I can tell you that there are many thrilled owners of Steadicam JR's, Glidecams etc. out there. It really depends on what you are looking to do with the gear and expect from it.

If you want to be able to make smooth tracking shots, that's the way to go. It will take a certain amount of practice to get the best results, but as you realized this is true of handheld as well. At the end of the day you will want to learn and practice both skills and be able to choose between them for a given shot.

Tripods are used for a third application entirely; working the camera from a fixed position. Stabilizers are too tiring to use in this fashion, and handheld doesn't look the same.

If you would care to share some of the things you read, I'd be happy to give you my opinion.
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Old May 27th, 2004, 12:14 PM   #1095
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Heres one of 3 forums I read.

http://www.dmnforums.com/cgi-bin/disppost.cgi?forum=sonic-foundry_vegas&filename=040214204020.htm


Many points which I was not aware of came up in this one. I guess for the money spent, its not a necessity as of now. I would much rather buy a good light for my unit and a stable tripod.

What do you recomend in terms of tripods? I want to keep it inexpensive but quality.

Thanks Charles ;-)
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