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FLIPSTER

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    MOTION PICTURE SOUND MIXER
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  1. What do you mean by implication? Of course it happened. And yes, it did make my life easier. “The Ozark guy”
  2. Would these work /20170816/81049606a8c2d7ae465cab7ee3f2659f.jpg' alt='81049606a8c2d7ae465cab7ee3f2659f.jpg'> Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk They are solid aluminum with a screw hold on one side. Normally seen opening Glass doors in the Bank Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. A boom operator created the man-bra a long time ago. They are designed to hold a cos-11 inside of a rm-11. They have small loops on the front and side to weave the mic cable up and around the side. They are Velcro ajustable and they work. ThE loop that holds without the rm-11 have a tendency to slip out of its harness. Believe me I know. The guys name is William Monroe. Local 695 member. He also created the boom box everyone uses. Look him up save yourself the grief of trying to reinvent the wheel. [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. The big wheels are perfect. Especially on movie sets where large diameter cable are obstacles. Larger swivel wheels up front would've been ideal. Less lifting. Though it does look pretty light as it is. Lovely build. Simply lovely. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks Dave. Learn some stuff I didn't know about Jan. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  7. I also used the TCD-10 on a feature about the Black Panthers in 93' I recorded on two units going through a cooper 6 board. Long scenes shot on film. No problem with sync. Problem I had was with transfers to mag. The post house could not handle the increase of dynamic range at the time. And yes dew was a problem. Especially at night. Kept it in it's Portabrace case and used a remote so I didn't have to exposed except to reload. There was a hairdryer on my cart at all times. At night we packed in Silaca gels. I also worked on a documentary that took me to Africa in 92'. Burkino Faso. Our equipm
  8. I concur lighter better fit replaceable cable. Less fatigue at the end of the day.
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