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  1. eBay Listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/112426545385?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Selling my universal DSLR half cage. Height adjusts to fit many styles of DSLR, or Mirrorless camera. Any camera with a 1/4" female screw thread in the bottom and a hot shoe mount on top. Sturdy metal German construction, never felt loose or flimsy. Very happy with compatibility to multiple cameras. Used on my a7 series cameras. Included sliding plate is sized to standard Manfrotto 501 series. The cage offsets the center of the lens from the center of the Manfrotto plate. If you plan to use this cage with a rail kit, the lens will be positioned off center. (Annoying for matte box, follow focus, etc.) For this reason I'm also including the Tripod Adapter which re-aligns the camera with rails. This was purchased separately. Will send all original parts and box. The Aptaris Universal XL Adjustable DSLR Cage from walimex is a height-adjustable camera cage for DSLR cameras. It protects the camera while providing multiple attachment points for included accessories such as a cold shoe and a handle, as well as available accessories. The cage is made from anodized aluminum for a smooth, corrosion resistant finish. The cage features over two inches of height adjustment allowing you to use it with a variety of available DSLR cameras. Your camera mounts to the cage via a 1/4"-20 captive mounting screw, and two included stoppers can be mounted to the base to prevent your camera from twisting on the base. If your cameras hot shoe is vertically aligned with its mounting screw you can use the included hot shoe stabilizer to lock your camera to the cage using your cameras hot shoe, providing a second attachment point. The cage protects the camera body from the stress of attaching accessories directly to the camera. The included two-part handle attaches to the cage via rails, which can be positioned in many different configurations on the cage. The included cold-shoe adapter is likewise positionable in many different positions on the cage, providing you a wide range of flexibility in attaching accessories. The cage attaches securely to your camera with a 1/4"-20 threaded screw to the base of the unit, which features a rubberized mounting surface. The mounting screw rides in a channel, which provides you forward and back adjustment on the base. This allows you to adjust camera so that it presses against the removable stoppers and prevent the camera twisting on the base. The included hot shoe stabilizer allows you to attach the cage to your camera, using your cameras hot shoe for additional stability. Your camera must have a hot shoe that vertically lines up with the threaded mounting screw on your camera's base. The cage features multiple 1/4"-20 threaded mounting holes for attaching available accessories. Attaching accessories to the cage instead of the camera body itself protects your camera body from stress caused by the weight of the accessories. A 3/8"-16 threaded mounting hole is included on the base of the cage, so you can attach it to a camera plate, tripod head, or the included rod module plate. The rod module plate allows the Universal XL to interface with available Aptaris accessories that allow you to mount 15mm LWS rods, follow focus units, shoulder support rigs, and matte boxes. Inside Height Min: 3.19" (81 mm) Max: 5.27" (133 mm) Width 4.1" (104 mm) Depth 2.8" (72 mm) Outside Height Min: 3.98" (101 mm) Max: 6.10" (155 mm)
  2. I am a big fan of Gini Rigs and have previous brought from the usa site with no troubles. But they recently posted on their facebook that they are selling on Amazon now. Its confusing where to buy their stuff from now so I brought their G8 Slider from the Amazon page and got it yesterday. Have not done much hard testing yet but so far looks pretty sick. Will try and get some RAW 5d mkiii footage with it soon :)   Heres the Amazon link if people dont know where to get it from http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_photo?_encoding=UTF8&field-brandtextbin=Gini%20Rigs&node=172282    
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