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Bartech Analog Wireless Follow Focus w/ M-one Motor, Single Operator Controller, Cables & ETC


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Hey, all I have a Bartech Analog wireless follow focus for sale that I do not need. I received it in a camera package that I purchased. Everything works great, I just had to order a new antenna for the transmitter (Not pictured but will be included). Has single operator remote to velcro onto a gimbal or handheld etc.

Asking $3000 can meet in LA or ship

1x Bartech Reciever/Remote
1x Bartech Transmitter
1x M-one Motor
1x 2pin lemo for Steadicam
1x 2pin lemo to XLR
1x Remote control for gimbal/steadicam/etc for single operator control
1x 19MM offset and 15mm adapters for everything

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15 minutes ago, Nocturnes said:

What's fair? I priced it lower than what I saw similar analog kits for that were posted recently.

That's one thing, but you also have to consider other follow focus systems out there as well. I mean. don't get me wrong, you have the right to price it anyway you want to. I just personally think it's a heavy price tag in relation to depreciation and cheaper/newer/streamlined systems on the market.

Nonetheless, I hope you're successful with the sale and get what you feel you deserve.

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Just now, Matthew Hartman said:

That's one thing, but you also have to consider other follow focus systems out there as well. I mean. don't get me wrong, you have the right to price it anyway you want to. I just personally think it's a heavy price tag in relation to depreciation and cheaper/newer/streamlined systems on the market.

Nonetheless, I hope you're successful with the sale and get what you feel you deserve.

Dude you're saying it's overpriced, then do you think its value is? If you know bartech, it's not just any remote follow focus. 

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2 minutes ago, Nocturnes said:

Dude you're saying it's overpriced, then do you think its value is? If you know bartech, it's not just any remote follow focus. 

I think at least coming down between $300-$500 makes it more attractive and puts it in a bracket of what most ppl can afford on an average modest income. I know the name of the game as a seller is to recoup as much of the original cost but put yourself in the shoes of the buyer as well. 

I know Bartech is reputable with the top-level pro community. That being said, this particular system has a lot of components and the wave of the future is scaling back your footprint. A lot of things to factor in, you know? 

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