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Old November 23rd, 2009, 06:48 PM   #16
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Hello,
all this prices are including and the vest and the arm?
Yep. All systems include sled with 5.8" wide screen monitor, vest, arm, backpack/carry-case, 4 middle weights, 4 end weights, cables, tie-down screws, etc.

In other words, a complete system.

For people who have already bought the vest and arm for the Merlin, you can also buy the Pilot sled separately:
Pilot-VLS (No Arm or Vest, Vlock battery mount, no batteries or charger), $2500
Pilot-ABS (No Arm or Vest, AB battery mount, no batteries or charger), $2500
Pilot-VLSB (No Arm or Vest, VL battery mount, 2 batteries and charger), $3300
Pilot-ABSB (No Arm or Vest, AB battery mount, 2 batteries and charger), $3700


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Old November 28th, 2009, 01:17 PM   #17
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Try avoiding the Merlin. I bought the Merlin when I purchased my SONY EX1 and it was not big enough for the EX1 over all.
I believe the Merlin will work if the the arm and vest accessory is used.
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