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  • My BMCC Prototype Kit

    Here is my prototype kit for the BMCC. The production version will be Black.

    I spent a bit of time thinking about this one. I have tried to keep the kit as light as possible. And I want to keep the complete cost (not including EVF or lanc controller, FF or Mattebox) well under $1K. The parts will also be available individually, some are already in production for other cams I make kits for.

    This version is still a bit rough but it shows the basic parts and how they work.

    Anyone interested can contact me directly. olof@westsideav.com or phone 603.383.9283. There will be a first run discount.

    I am trying to figure out how large a batch to produce, so even just posting your interest here will give me an idea. I plan to become a sponsor on this board as soon as it is possible. I am a DVXuser sponsor.

    Any comments or questions are welcome.

    The photos and some captions can also be seen here:
    http://www.westsideav.com/BMCCproto/

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    Last edited by Olof; 02-28-2013, 10:12 AM.
    Olof Ekbergh
    Westside A V Studios
    olof@westsideAV.com

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    That looks pretty solid to me!

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    • #3
      Hi Olof: Can the handgrip & LANC controller be securely attached to rods, as an alternative to attaching it to a cage?
      www.peterdv.com
      Blog: http://HereForTheWeather.wordpress.com

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Peter J. DeCrescenzo View Post
        Hi Olof: Can the handgrip & LANC controller be securely attached to rods, as an alternative to attaching it to a cage?
        Yes the Handle is on an Arri Rosette it can be mounted to 15mm rail with an Arrie rosette to 15mm adapter that I make as well as several other manufacturers, directly to the cage or on the multi rosette adjustable arm in the photos. There is also a rosette on the left side if you would like a handle on the left.
        Olof Ekbergh
        Westside A V Studios
        olof@westsideAV.com

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        • #5
          Really like the way that wood looks! Nice work.
          Randy Walters
          boundlessinformant.com

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