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Old February 7th, 2007, 10:49 AM   #571
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Spiderbrace for sale

Hello - I have a Spiderbrace for sale. It's the one they recommend for the GL2 - I think it's the spiderbrace 2. I'm selling it for $50 - I like it and have used it a couple of times, but I use my figrig more frequently and could use the cash. I accept Paypal or check. I can send a photo if you'd like. It doesn't fold up - might be an older version of what they sell right now.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 11:57 AM   #572
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Item is sold.
Thanks Jack.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 12:00 PM   #573
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what model are these? AIS lens, full manual, etc? Thanks
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Old February 7th, 2007, 01:37 PM   #574
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XL Accessories and other items

I sold my XL1s so it's time to clean the closet and get this stuff out the door. If you have any questions ask and I'll get back with you. Everything listed is in excellent/near new condition. Thanks.

Century Optics 0.6x wide angle. Bayonet mount. Fits XL1 or XL1s. Glass is flawless. $150 shipped.

XL Series Porta Brace Soft Case. Excellent condition. Even the bottom of the case is in great shape. This will hold any XL series camera in it's basic configuration, or XL1/s with MA100 or MA200. $160 shipped.

MA100. Works perfectly. Adds dual XLR inputs to any XL1 or XL1s. $90 shipped.

WD-58 wide angle lens. This is a leftover from my GL2. Great piece of glass. 58mm thread on so it will fit any GL, VX, or PD150/170. Comes in a pouch and has a sun shade. $80 shipped

Don't hesitate to ask if you have a question. Thanks.

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Old February 7th, 2007, 01:58 PM   #575
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Fs: Canon Xl1s :: $1500

Howdy all,

Up for grabs is a Canon xl1s (ntsc). This unit is the last of my three XL1s. She was primarily a back-up to the other two and didn't see much action.

A UV filter always covered the glass and I never used any other lenses with this particular unit. There are no dead pixels / idiosyncrasies and the unit underwent its annual services.



one OEM battery charger
two after-market battery chargers

one OEM BP-930 battery
three after-market BP-945 batteries

remote control

OEM shoulder rest

lens hood

lens cap



4 pin to 8 pin firewire

NOTE - I threw away the (crappy) OEM microphone and it will not come with this unit.

I will include a Beachtek DXA 6 with this item. This will allow you to use XLR cabling and phantom power. I have reason to believe one of the two channels on the beachtek is non-functioning so you will probably only be able to use one of the two xlr inputs.

The buyer will pay $1500 plus shipping (around $35 >> more w/ insurance)

I prefer payment via m.o. or paypal.

If interested, call me @ 352.222.0720 or drop me a line at


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Old February 7th, 2007, 02:53 PM   #576
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Hi Ben,

I'll take the WA bayonet mount for the XL1s. Sent you an email already.

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Old February 7th, 2007, 03:11 PM   #577
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Got it Patrick.

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Old February 7th, 2007, 03:36 PM   #578
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You should check out the HV10, better than the GS500 and can hold its own against it's big brother the A1, with more vertical resolution and similiar color rendition.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 03:50 PM   #579
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Sorry, I don't think I'll be able to edit with HD yet.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 04:48 PM   #580
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FS : Film books - from basic to advanced

I have a few books that I want to part with. All are in top notch condition, I take care of my materials - covers are perfect, spines are perfect. All of these book could pass for BRAND NEW.

1) Guerilla Film Makers Handbook *American Edition* (Newest - yellow cover) - Chris Jones & Genevieve Jolliffee - Amazon wants $23.00 - asking $14.00

2) Guerilla Film Makers Handbook 2nd Edition (with Producers Toolkit CD - green cover with 2nd edition stamp) - Chris Jones & Genevieve Jolliffee - $32.00 on Amazon - asking $22.00 (because of the CD)

3) Hollywood 101 - The Film Industry - How to Succeed in Hollywood without connections - Frederick Levy - $15.00 on Amazon - asking $8.00

4) Independent Feature Film Production - A complete guide from Concept Thru Distribution - Fully Revised and Updated - Gregory Goodell - $15.00 on Amazon, asking $7.00

5) The Filmmakers Handbook - A comprehensive Guide for the digital Age - Steven Ascher & Edward Pincus - $15.00 on Amazon, asking $7.00

I could part with one or two together for a better price or the whole thing.

PM me interested.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 05:20 PM   #581
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Just wanted to say I am sending an email, if you don't get it check your junkmail. :-)
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Old February 7th, 2007, 07:24 PM   #582
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Howdy Lisa,

I sent you an e-mail. For some reason, my server never processed your e-mail.

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Old February 7th, 2007, 08:31 PM   #583
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Century Optics Wide Angle is Sold.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 08:37 PM   #584
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What is the model number of the portA BRACE CASE?

Chapter one, line one. The BH.
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Old February 7th, 2007, 09:55 PM   #585
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FS. JVC DV500 Full Size 1/2" 3CCD Camcorder

I am selling my JVC DV500 Full Size 1/2 inch 3CCD Camcorder. It has a 14X Fujinon Lens, 3 new batteries (v-mount type, not the original that comes with camera), view finder, stock shotgun mic, tripod plate, battery charger. The unit has 850 drum hours and works perfectly. This camera is excellent in low light conditions. Here are the specs from JVC, any questions let me know. Selling price is $1,450.00 and this includes shipping to anywhere in the USA, I will NOT sell or ship outside of the USA, so please do not ask. I can accept Pay Pal, or certified money orders. You can do a search on google for pics of this camcorder (JVC DV500). The unit is in very good condition. I can also send you pics of the cam.

From JVC:
Manufacturer’s Description
This extraordinary camcorder bridges the gap between prosumers and the professional videographer, combining the cost-effectiveness of MiniDV with the professional performance and features found in the very best broadcast cameras.


Combining convenience and cost-effectiveness of MiniDV with professional performance and features
750 TV lines equivalent horizontal resolution from camera head
14-bit digital signal processing
Up to 60 minutes of high-quality component digital images recorded on a single MiniDV tape. MiniDV tape is readily available and inexpensive.
Very compact, lightweight design weighing only 5 kg (11 lbs.)
Three 1/2" 380,000-pixel CCDs
Advanced circuitry virtually eliminates vertical smear when shooting bright lights, as well as lag and image burn
F1.4 prism optical system helps to yield F11 at 2000 lux
Lolux mode captures high-quality video footage with excellent color balance at just 0.75 lux illumination, better than what you can see with your eyes IEEE 1394 (DV) input/output for lossless digital video and audio transfers to or from any DV equipped de
Basic controls are available via the DV connector or RS-232C port, make the GY-DV500U ideal as a spooler, recorder, or player in an editing system
Standard professional 1/2" bayonet lens mount, for the widest selection of lenses
Outstanding digital PCM sound: Choose between two 16-bit 48-kHz channels or two 12-bit 32-kHz channels with a dynamic range of more than 85 dB
Viewfinder displays various events, camera setting recorder operation, and selected setup parameters
Super Scene Finder (SSF TM ) lets you log scenes automatically or manually in the field, and mark which scenes are good. This speeds up the transfer process and saves disk space, because now you can batch digitize only those scenes needed for editing. Sce
Scene data from last 3 cassettes held in camcorder memory, allowing data to be added to cassette at a later time automati-cally, due to unique ID
Menu dial serves to quickly and easily navigate through viewfinder menu, as well as set shutter speed
Full auto shooting for one-touch automatic operation
Continuous auto black (CAB)
Full auto white
Automatic level control (ALC) for continuous automatic control of gain
Back tally lamp for letting talent behind the camcorder know you are shooting
Precision Accu-focus mode for easy, precise lens focusing
Back-lit LCD display for VTR menu and status indications
Tape/battery remaining indicator
Variable scan view for shooting computer screens
Sync lock mode for multi-camera shooting (genlock)
Black stretch/compress for enhancing or suppressing shadow areas
Adjustable gamma for adjusting the feel of the picture according to taste for light or dark detail
Adjustable detail frequency for setting picture sharpness for a bolder or finer look
SMPTE time code reader/generator
Professional XLR Audio with phantom microphone power
SMPTE type color bars
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