[Konvas] Looking to buy 35mm gear
l.sanader at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 22:12:38 EST 2016
colcam: disagree with you. i have owned III Mk3 with Cinema electronics
base and block and Jurgens door for almost a decade. i have shoot tons of
stuff at 100fps and i had never stability issue. on the other hand old BL's
II and III are pain in the neck, no modern videoassist options, belt
issues, they are bulky for MOS work and slow and they are too loud for any
modern sync work. just my 2c
Justin: look on Kitmondo there are some good deals on 435 all the time. i
got one in April for 2400USD with IVS2 and RU-1.
similar to this one
2016-12-01 21:39 GMT-05:00 colcam--- via Cinema <cinema at konvas.org>:
> Two quick suggestions based on owning the toys--
> The original Arri 35BL hardfronted to PL is a better deal than the III
> because it is as steady and goes faster if you need to, and unless you need
> light weight the Kinor 35S is as good as or better than the III but does
> NOT have the high speed..
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Justin Skrundz via Cinema <cinema at konvas.org>
> Hello everyone,
> I'm in need of a 35mm system. I've gone down the Konvas rout and I'm a bit
> fed up. Its a charming camera but I'm losing my mind worrying about
> registration, scratching mags, ect.
> Anyone here have any gear they'd like to get rid of?...an Arriflex III?
> Let me know! If you could pass on my information to anyone you know that
> might want to sell some stuff, that would be appreciated.
> Thanks alot,
> jskrundz at gmail.com
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