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  1. Selling my Micro camera, with a few additional goodies: SmallRig cage, 128GB Sandisk SD, External Battery solution. Condition of everything is good as new. Equipment has been cared for very well. Also selling 3 lenses used specifically with this camera. 10mm, 25mm, Cine-Nikkor, 40mm All C-Mount. With a MFT to C-mount adapter. Asking $1100 OBO. Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera - Excellent condition. No signs of wear. Records raw / prores flawlessly. Everything in box. Tested couple times. Super 16 sensor quite small, and hell of a crop. After reading all over the internet I purchased a few C mount lenses (Nikkor 10mm, Nikkor 25mm, Switar 40mm) instead of a speedbooster that would only slightly reduce the crop. C mount lenses worked amazingly well. They also benefit from ridiculously small size and decent fast optics. I am selling these as well on eBay. Smallrig Cage - Needed a cage to mount my monitor. This one is rock solid. Machined to fit the BMMCC like a glove. No signs of wear. Sandisk 128GB SDXC - This is the recommended card to get with this particular camera. Recorded everything from proress 422 to Raw 1:1, 3:1 without a dropped frame. Powerful card. NP-F Bridge - This is made by a third party but its construction seems of trusted quality. Allows mounting of higher capacity NP-F batteries to the back of camera in the native Canon battery slot. Does not obstruct the cage and there is zero play. Battery level is displayed in camera. Multifunctional NP-F style battery - Versatile battery features USB and 9v or 12v power. Fits the NP-F bridge perfectly and can power the camera all day if necessary. I was able to power BMMCC and my monitor at the same time with this. I used it maybe less than 10 times total.
  2. Hey everybody,   I don't post much in here, but I visit the site every day - always waiting for the latest update for us independent filmmakers:)   Anyways, I am in the process of rigging my BMPCC and I did some research on which SD cards I would need. I found several sites that recommended the SONY SDHC UHS-1, Class 10, 94 mb/s cards. So I bought 2, 32 GB cards from B&H. My BMPCC does not recognize this card. It still says " no sd " on the LCD screen when I turn my camera on.   Can somebody please help me figure out what the problem is?   Thank you so much, everybody!   Trey
  3. I had this the other day while shooting raw video on my 5DmIII with ML. The battery died while shooting, turning of the camera. Then raw2cdng.1.3.0. crashed always on trying to convert the recorded raw file. It was a rather large 9-parts file. Does anybody experienced something similar?
  4. Does anybody know how long the 'package' battery of the GH3 lives - how many hours when filming? The xtra battery grip is rather expensive so....    Thanxs for the effort!
  5. Could anyone tell me please if compatible batteries will work ok with the Panasonic GH2 with the latest firmware installed? I heard somewhere that Panasonic blocked the use of third party batteries with one of their firmware upgrades and I wondered if this information is correct? Is anyone using the compatible batteries from 7dayshop.com?
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