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Bob Krieger January 1st, 2012 12:16 AM

Private Classifieds listings from 2012
sale pending

Kieran McConville January 1st, 2012 07:05 AM

Matrox MXO2 i/o
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Wonderful machine. Bought it about 18 months ago but now no longer need it. In original packaging with all the bits. €800.

Kieran McConville January 1st, 2012 07:11 AM

Coles Lip Ribbon Commentators mic
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In good condition. €200.

Kieran McConville January 1st, 2012 07:23 AM

Vinten Vision 5LF tripod
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Head, plate and single stage legs with Vinten bag. This has seen some action but actually still works just fine. €350.

Kieran McConville January 1st, 2012 07:34 AM

ST-7 shoulder mount for PMWEX3
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With built-in v-lock plate. I have done a couple of modifications for balance and to take a radio-mic receiver. Mightn't have made it prettier but definitely more effective! Includes a Panasonic version of the Sony VCTU14 tripod plate adapter. €300.

Kieran McConville January 1st, 2012 07:41 AM

JVC GYHD-111E for parts
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This camera is perfect EXCEPT one of the ccds doesn't work anymore! At least that's what my JVC dealer told me. Red, green but no blue. And out of warranty. Doesn't that just break your heart? If it's of any use to you take it away.

Paul R Johnson January 1st, 2012 09:33 AM

Re: JVC GYHD-111E for parts
Despite being tempted to offer to take it off your hands, the chances of the fault being exactly what they have told you is quite small. If a CCD fails on chip - then you usually get part of the image. No image at all from that sensor suggests that the driver circuitry could be to blame. So it could potentially be repaired - the snag is the time to do it probably makes it uneconomic to repair - this is usually what workshops use as a guide to say something is scrap - it could be fixed, given time. An enthusiast with plenty of time could fix it?

Other than that, the viewfinder, tripod plate and the lens still have value. Stick it on ebay and you'll have the choice of breaking it for spares, or selling it as 'for spares or repair'.

It still has value - not much, but still worth doing.

Kieran McConville January 1st, 2012 09:44 AM

Re: JVC GYHD-111E for parts
Thanks for that Paul. I'm not great with the whole ebay thing but I might give it a shot. If I knew anything about circuitry I would have a go - but sadly not.

Ned Soltz January 1st, 2012 01:27 PM

Zoon H4N + 2 Zoom H4
Zoom H4N - Excellent condition. Includes hard case, foam windscreen. I cannot at the moment locate the AC adapter but will send it in the event it turns up. But to compensate for lack of AC Adapter ($22 at Amazon), I throw in a 16gb Transcend SD card and newly-replaced Energizer Ultimate Lithium Batteries. Firmware is up to date. $225 including free shipping CONUS, others, please ask about shipping. PayPal preferred.

2 Zoom H4's. Each has AC power supply and clip-on plastic back for stand mounting. $110 each free shipping CONUS. Both for $200.

Ned Soltz

Nick Weeks January 1st, 2012 02:17 PM

2x R0DE VideoMic w/ original box (US$80/ea plus shipping)
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I've upgraded to the R0DE VideoMic pro and no longer need these two units. Selling for US $80/each plus shipping cost. Email me your zip code for a shipping quote.

Nick Weeks January 1st, 2012 03:01 PM

Re: 2x R0DE VideoMic w/ original box (US$80/ea plus shipping)
Sold! That was quick.....

Nick Weeks January 1st, 2012 03:03 PM

Sigma 14mm f/2.8 EX lens for Canon - US$400 plus shipping
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Sigma 14mm f/2.8 EX for Canon. Great wide-angle lens, works on full-frame (5D) or other crop cameras. Excellent condition, only very minor dust inside that doesn't show in photos or video (no mold). Vignettes at f/2.8, but looks great at f/4.0 and higher. Used for about a year, now discontinued from Sigma. Asking US $400 plus shipping cost.

Reason for selling? I'm now using the Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 on the Canon 60D/7D, so I no longer need this lens. It's been an excellent lens so far, still in great working condition. Front element is in mint condition, and the lens body itself shows very little signs of wear.

Email me your shipping address for a quote.

More info:
Sigma 14mm
Sigma 14mm F2.8 EX ASPH HSM Lens Review

Scott Holchin January 1st, 2012 04:55 PM

Looking to buy a used Rode NTG-1. Must have all parts.

Scott Holchin January 1st, 2012 09:47 PM

Re: Marshall HDMI Monitor 7"
Do you still have this for sale?

Matt Bigwood January 2nd, 2012 12:03 PM

Re: JVC GYHD-111E for parts
The lens has some value as it would fit a Sony Z7 / S270 - I use one on mine.

Shaun Roemich January 2nd, 2012 01:41 PM

Sony LMD440 4x4" SD video multimonitor $750 OBO
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Sony LMD440 4 x 4" multi video monitors suitable for ISO viewing of composite sources.

2 rack units high - VERY compact and lightweight.

4 BNC Inputs with pass through.

Ideal for church or other institutional multicamera live/IMAG environments.

Each monitor is individually adjustable for brightness, contrast, colour phase and chroma level.

Original brochure here:

Has been mounted in a road case until very recently. I am the original owner.

LOW serial number.

The dials on these units are NOTORIOUSLY poorly made. One is lost to the ages as it arrived broken from Sony and has fallen off in transit over the past 7 years. You can see this in the picture below. For adjusting contrast on that monitor, I just grab one of the other dials.
If you look at the image of a similar unit for sale in the UK here:
Sony - LMD-440 - LCD Monitors/Good Condition/£600.00 each (id:130431)
you'll notice it is missing a dial as well.

Professional level gear used solely in pro environment.

Reason for sale: moved to HD production exclusively.

Joseph Pacheco January 2nd, 2012 03:11 PM

Manfrotto 503 Tripod Head
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Manfrotto 503 head with plate. Excellent working condition. $175 + actual shipping. Paypal only.

Gary Nattrass January 3rd, 2012 03:27 AM

Re: JVC GYHD-111E for parts
Those lenses tend to go for up to around £250 and as said will fit a Z7 or S270.

Brian Rhodes January 3rd, 2012 08:27 AM

Re: Sony PMW EX3

Anthony Nalli January 3rd, 2012 10:22 AM

Re: Flanders Scientific FSI LM-1760W 17" Professional Broadcast Monitor MINT 2 avail
Price lowered to $1595.

Jerry Porter January 3rd, 2012 11:08 AM

Re: Tokina 11-16 f2.8
One more time with a price drop. $550.00 plus actual shipping CONUS.

Glen Elliott January 3rd, 2012 11:14 AM

Powerful Mac Pro 3,1 8-Core FS
Mac Pro 3,1 8-core (Dual 2.8 Quad-Core Intel Xeon)
- 10 gigs of ram
- ATI Radeon HD 4870 (upgraded from weaker stock card)
- 2TB internal HD
- OWC Raid/e-Sata card

Includes original box and styrofoam. Is in 100% excellent condition. Buyer pays shipping. Your choice of OSX Snow Leopard or Lion pre-installed.


I also have a 240 gig OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 3G SSD I purchased along with an Icy Dock to install in the Mac Pro as the main OS drive. Both are brand new in boxes, never opened. I can install this SSD drive instead of the 2tb as the main drive for an additional $300.

Glen Elliott January 3rd, 2012 12:44 PM

Re: Mint Canon XH-A1S with extras
Camera + included accessories only- $1500 shipped.

Jack D. Hubbard January 3rd, 2012 01:33 PM

Sony Z7, Extras, Gitzo Tripod 503 Head
I am shooting for clients who want HD so I am selling my beloved Sony Z7, tripod and extras

Sony HVR-Z7
Operation 33X10
Drum 16X10
Tape Run 16X10
Threading 33X10

Viewfinder Hood
HVR-MRC1 Memory Recording Unit
Century Pro Series HD .75X MKII Wide Angle Converter
3 NP-970 Batteries
1 Double charger
Original Box, Manual
1 Strut Camera Bag Black, airline overhead comptaible
4 Boxes New HDM-63VG tape (the only kind ever used in the camera)

1 Gitzo 1348 MKII Carbon Fiber Tripod with 75mm Ball Leveller
1 Manfrotto HDV503 Head
1 Manfroto Tripod Bag

This is a well maintained kit.

Will take $3200 for the whole package.

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 02:58 PM

re: Marshall V-R70P-HDA HD/SD LCD 7" Monitor A/B Mount
Price drop to $400 + $20 USPS shipping in the US.

It's a great HD monitor if you have 3-wire component out from your camera.

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:03 PM

Redrock Micro DSLR Support Rig
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This rig was purchased as individual parts, and then used in a variety of re-configurable ways when shooting with a Canon 7D DSLR camera.

It is easily re-configurable, like an erector set for DSLR film production. It can be set up in a “cage” configuration, to easily attach a follow focus, matte box, external monitor, and any other external device imaginable. Or, it can be set up as a stripped-down, short hand-held rig. Or, anywhere in between.

As you can see from the photo, there are enough parts to almost have two completely different rigs already built, just interchange the DSLR mount.

Original purchase price was over $2000. Your price, $1500 + shipping. Or pick up in the Phoenix, AZ metro area.

This Rig Includes:
2x microPod accessory cheese plates
1x DSLR quick-release 15mm baseplate adapter
1x 15mm microShoulderMount w/ handlebar support with 2x handles
1x angled offset accessory
1x microArm (to attach a small monitor or audio recorder)
2x 24″ steel 15mm support rods
2x 18″ 15mm carbon fiber support rods
2x 12″ 15mm carbon fiber support rods
4x 9″ 15mm carbon fiber support rods
2x 15mm Swing Arm brackets
1x microHandle
Some extra bolts, and hex-wrenches

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:05 PM

Follow Focus Gears for DSLR - Redrock Micro
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Add these gears around the focus rings of your DSLR lens (like a Canon EF lens), and you now can use an industry-standard cine-geared follow focus to control them. One of each size is included:

- microLensGear size A: 0.8 film pitch mod 32 provides film-pitch gearing for 35mm still lenses. The A gear fits lens focus rings with a circumference of 180mm-220mm. Comes with large and small fastening screw sizes.
- microLensGear size B: 0.8 film pitch mod 32 provides film-pitch gearing for 35mm still lenses. The B gear fits lens focus rings with a circumference of 211mm-250mm. Comes with large and small fastening screw sizes.
- microLensGear size C: 0.8 film pitch mod 32 provides film-pitch gearing for 35mm still lenses. The A gear fits lens focus rings with a circumference of 241mm-280mm. Comes with large and small fastening screw sizes.

These sell for $45/each on Redrock Micro’s website. I’ll sell all three for just $80 (USPS shipping included in the USA)

Tim Snyder January 3rd, 2012 03:10 PM

Re: EZFX Jib w/ Extensions and tripod

Thanks again, DV Info

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:21 PM

Lens controls for Fujinon - HD100 HD110 HD200 HD250
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Two items for sale. Back when I had my JVC GY-HD100 camera, I purchased these controls as I was doing several long-duration live events. Having professional focus and zoom control directly from the pan-handle was absolutely awesome. Basically making my HD100 a studio camera that I could operate for hours with little fatigue. These are broadcast-quality controls here, not pro-sumer level.

Zoom Controller:
This is a professional zoom controller (JVC model HZ-ZS13BU) for Fujinon lenses with an 8-pin connector. It mounts directly to any standard tripod pan handle. A switch on the controller looks like it may be good for Canon broadcast lenses as well, but I don't know.
Purchased for $650 new. Used price $300 + shipping.

Focus Controller:
This is a remote focus controller specifically for a Fujinon Th16x broadcast lenses. This is a mechanical-control system, as you turn the handle it mechanically controls the focus. Professionally-smooth! The focus handle is model CFH-3 and the lens-mount gear is model FMM-8. The CFH-3 focus handle mounts to any standard tripod pan handle. Again, this was purchased to work with my JVC HD100 HDV camera, and worked great. Please check your lens to be sure it's compatible.
New, this entire focus control system cost $750. Used price is just $400 + shipping.

If you want to buy them both together, I'll sell for just $600 total and I'll throw in shipping.

Will Wasdin January 3rd, 2012 03:25 PM

MCE Quickstream DV/HDV 6-Hour Portable Capture Drive
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For Sale or Best Offer for:
A slightly used but in excellent like new condition MCE Quickstream DV/HDV 6-Hour portable Firewire Capture Drive. Retails for $799.00 Asking 640.00 OBO.

The revolutionary MCE QuickStream DV, now in its second generation, has re-engineered the entire Digital Video (DV) workflow by completely eliminating the inefficient, time consuming step of transferring (or capturing) DV footage from your DV camcorder tapes into your Mac or PC non-linear editing (NLE) system... The lightweight, portable, self-powered QuickStream DV connects directly to your DV camcorder and captures your DV footage to its miniature high performance hard drive on-the-fly, straight from your camcorder's FireWire port, in your choice of ready-to-edit file formats (.mov, .avi, .dv, and others) while you are shooting! When done shooting, simply unplug the QuickStream DV from your camcorder's FireWire (IEEE 1394, i.LINK, etc.) port and plug it into your computer system's FireWire port and your DV footage is ready for editing and/or viewing... IMMEDIATELY!
NEW! Now Capture in HDV! - When connected to an HDV camcorder, the new MCE QuickStream DV/HDV automatically detects the HDV stream coming from the HDV camcorder's FireWire port and automatically saves it as a standard .m2t file! No operator intervention is required! Once shooting is done, simply connect the new QuickStream DV/HDV to your computer and drop the .m2t clips captured using the QuickStream DV/HDV directly into your favorite HDV editing application! You will be editing immediately without the time-consuming process of transferring from tape to computer and without tying up your HDV camcorder! If you are now shooting with a DV-only camcorder, your investment in the new QuickStream DV/HDV is retained once you move to an HDV camcorder... the new QuickStream DV/HDV will transition right along with you!
NEW! Redesigned Enclosure - The new QuickStream DV/HDV has a stronger, completely redesigned enclosure constructed out of aluminum alloy for improved heat dissipation as well as strength. The hard drive is shock-mounted internally which, when coupled with the strong aluminum alloy enclosure, makes the new QuickStream DV/HDV highly impervious to the knocks and dings of the mobile environment.
NEW! Top and Bottom 1/4-20" Screw-Hole Mounting Attachments - The new QuickStream DV/HDV includes both top and bottom 1/4-20" screw-hole mounting attachments located directly on the enclosure! This is the same industry standard screw-hole attachment found on the bottom of every camera on the market and already utilized by countless accessories. Now, in addition to being able to mount the new QuickStream DV/HDV on top of your camera using the included hot-shoe adapter, your new QuickStream DV/HDV can now also be mounted directly on your tripod and your camcorder mounted directly on top of the QuickStream DV/HDV! All hardware required to do this is included! Now even more so, the new QuickStream DV/HDV not only complements your existing camera equipment, it quickly integrates into and becomes part of it.
NEW! Battery Level Indicator - A highly requested feature from owners of previous generation QuickStreams is the ability to see the level of the internal Lithium-Ion battery with greater accuracy. We integrated this feature into the new QuickStream DV/HDV and now you can quickly see when the internal Lithium-Ion battery has greater than 50% capacity, has between 20% to 50% capacity, or has under 20% capacity so you will know how much time you have left before needing a recharge or connecting to AC power.
Instant Review - View your last recorded DV clip directly on your camcorder's LCD or monitor! Just hit the "Review" button on the QuickStream DV/HDV control panel and gain the peace of mind in knowing that shot is exactly the way you want it. Note: HDV review functionality via camcorder LCD is forthcoming in a free firmware update release.
SureCapture Technology - Even while in standby mode, the new QuickStream DV/HDV is continuously capturing up to six seconds of video from your HDV or DV camcorder to its solid state buffers. When you press the "Record" button on your HDV or DV camcorder or QuickStream DV/HDV then this pre-captured footage is automatically appended to the front of your clip... ensuring that you'll always get your shot in those instances where timing is everything.
Universal Compatibility - The all-new QuickStream DV/HDV works with every type of DV or HDV camera made. If your camera records in HDV, MiniDV, DVCAM, or DVCPRO format then it will work with the new QuickStream DV/HDV. All cameras of this type have a FireWire (IEEE 1394, i.LINK) port built right in for directly connecting them to the new QuickStream DV/HDV.
No Dropped Frames - The all-new QuickStream DV/HDV was designed and engineered expressly for the purpose of capturing HDV and DV footage in mobile and extreme environments... as well as in the studio. Due to its redundant data buffers, its ruggedized enclosure, and numerous other built-in fail-safe considerations, we can make this guarantee.
Selectable File Formats - Every non-linear editing software has a preference for the type of DV file it prefers to work with. Apple's Final Cut Pro prefers QuickTime based (.mov) files, Adobe Premiere and many others prefer AVI-2 (.avi) files, and other editing softwares prefer raw DV (.dv). The all-new QuickStream DV/HDV allows you to preset the drive to one of five DV file formats in which to capture. (Remember, when capturing an HDV stream, the new QuickStream DV/HDV automatically captures in industry standard .m2t for compatibility with nearly all HDV editing applications.) The DV formats are QuickTime (.mov), AVI-2 (.avi), Canopus AVI-2 (.avi), Matrox AVI (.avi) and raw DV (.dv). When done shooting and the new QuickStream DV/HDV has been connected to your workstation, your captured footage is recognized natively by your editing software as its preferred format so that you can start editing your video clips immediately!
Internal Battery - The all-new QuickStream DV/HDV is self-powered by an internal lithium polymer battery which provides about 100 minutes of continuous power. The internal battery is automatically re-charged when plugged into either your workstation's bus-powered FireWire port, the included A/C adapter, or just about any external power source providing 6-18V DC. In addition, there is also an optional external battery pack which provides an additional 3.5 hours of continuous power to the QuickStream DV.

Manufacturer’s Link:
MCE QuickStream DV/HDV - 6 Hour: MCE Technologies Online Store

YouTube Video:
MCE QuickStream DV/HDV Video Capture Device - YouTube

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:26 PM

B+W 72mm Circular Polarizer Filter
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This is a B+W Circular Polarizer Filter used to screw on the end of a lens that has a 72mm sized filter diameter. It’s a great way to make the sky more rich in color, and to reduce glare and reflections.

Originally, this was purchased to be used on the lenses of a Canon XL1s, XL2, and XLH1. Those cameras were sold, and this filter remains. Paid $80 new, asking $40 which includes USPS shipping within the USA.

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:28 PM

Zacuto Z-Finder PRO 2.5x - DSLR Viewfinder
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The Z-Finder is an incredible little device that allows you to use the LCD screen on the back of a DSLR Camera (like the Canon 5DmkII or 7D) like a traditional viewfinder. The professional mounting plate mounts under your camera, allowing the z-finder to snap into place without any permanent modification to your camera. When purchased new from Zacuto, they are $395. Buy it for $300 and I'll ship it USPS for free within the USA.

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:30 PM

Sennheiser G2 - Wireless Stick Microphone – SKM100-845
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If you have a wireless Sennheiser G2 system already, this wireless stick microphone will work perfectly. This mic operates on the 518-554 MHz range (Block A) and has the 845 Supercardioid head (shown by the slim blue band around the microphone windscreen. This is a perfect microphone to have as a wedding videographer to use for quick on-camera testimonials (which is how it was mostly used) Purchased new for $380. Buy it used for just $200. Includes microphone stand clamp (not shown).

Webb Pickersgill January 3rd, 2012 03:35 PM

Sennheiser G2 EW100 Wireless Lav Kit
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This is a Sennheiser G2 Evolution Wireless 100, wireless lav microphone kit that operates on block A (518-554 MHz) Excellent kit for interviews, independent film, and TV.

The kit includes:
- SK100 – Bodypack Transmitter
- 2x lav microphones (My "backup" mic has tape around the plug to keep it steady... but it's just a backup anyay)
- EK100 – Bodypack Receiver
- SKP100 – Plug-in Transmitter (Great for use on a boom pole so your boom op doesn't need to be tethered)
- Cold-shoe adapter for mounting on a camera
- 1/8″ to 1/8″ cable.

Purchased new for $600. Selling used for $400 (Free USPS shipping in the USA)

Joe Goldsberry January 3rd, 2012 03:49 PM

Re: Lens controls for Fujinon - HD100 HD110 HD200 HD250
How long is the cable on the zoom?


Brandon Barnard January 3rd, 2012 05:16 PM

Re: Sony HVR-V1U
1500 for everything. I will give it a few days then it's going to ebay. This is a steal.

Anthony Nalli January 3rd, 2012 05:17 PM

Re: Flanders Scientific FSI LM-1760W 17" Professional Broadcast Monitor MINT 2 avail
One monitor sold, one monitor left. Will take $1500 for direct PayPal (saving eBay fees). Email Anthony at analli@rogers.com

Tom Robertson January 3rd, 2012 07:50 PM

Re: Sony EX1 packages, two of them, with accessories
E-mail sent about wide angle adapter.

Daniel Khoo January 4th, 2012 01:32 AM

10.9" Manhattan LCD 1366x768
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Selling my Manhattan HD109A LCD. Been sitting around for too long doing nothing. An older model, but has seen very little use.


10.9", 1366 x 768, 16:9, HDMI

Works great, but as you can see cosmetically it looks like a bit of a mess, as velcro has been attached to the side (used as an extra means to secure it). Also, you'll notice in the front, next to the input button, the hole there. I don't actually remember what is/was supposed to be there (it wasn't a button), but I vaguely remember perhaps there was a translucent piece that would transmit light? Doesn't really make sense though since there's another light on the opposite side that lights up when the power is turns on/off (goes from green to red).

Never dropped or put through strenuous environments.

$300 shipped CONUS.

John Doran January 4th, 2012 02:46 AM

Re: Vinten Vision 5LF tripod
hi kieran
interested in the tripod


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