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  1. So I got a 3D printer and I have a few ideas regarding sound related prints. I'm using G3s for sending audio to cameras which I usually place in the side mounted pouches of my OR30. But those pouches are to big for G3s and I had a few fall over. So I came up with this. This is going to be field tested in the next few days. I already know that this is going to be a bit weak since this is a first draft PLA print but I was wondering what are your thoughts on this project and if you had any ideas to improve upon that idea. Just so you know this is not a commercial project and this will probably end up on Thingiverse.
  2. Hi folks In need of some assistance. Recently purchased a 664 with an Orca OR-32 bag. For the life of me I can't figure out how it fits into this bag. I've tried all sorts of configurations til my fingers were literally bleeding. That velcro is a harsh mistress. If it sits level with the bag like the image below, I can't get access to my SD card from the side because of the frame. But if it sits at the bottom of the bag, it makes it rather difficult to access the trims and HPFs. Also, does anyone use the lifts. If so, how do you get them into place. All the velcro makes it really difficult to move the bag parts around. Calling any Orca OR-32 664 users out there. I could really use your experience and valuable knowledge. Many thanks Alan
  3. After using my Petrol PS605 for a few years, I'm looking for a new audio harness. I'm looking for a harness with a good waist support, so the full weight goes on my waist instead of my shoulders and I can hold the bag close to my belly. I'm looking at the Orca OR-40. Any experiences? Or other harnesses I should take a look at?
  4. Hey guys, I may have a show starting later this year for which mobility and range will be paramount. Shooting in rivers, sand dunes, up trees, etc. So I've been dreaming up ways to solve the puzzle. Please excuse and forgive me if I touch upon a topic that's probably already discussed on here, but my searches haven't led me to this specific issue. I'm using an ORCA bag and harness with a 788 and a PSC Multi SMA. Talent Wireless is on blocks 24 and 26 (Sydney, Australia). I'm thinking of somehow mounting a small boom pole to the back of my harness and attaching a Lectro ALP650 to it, so that it hovers above my head. Is that ridiculous? What do you guys think? Has anybody attempted something like that on here? Any help would be appreciated! Cheers, pinky
  5. As some of you are already aware Orca Bags debuted our new line of audio bags and harness at NAB this year. We got a very positive response to our products and lots of good feedback at the show. We are currently incorporating that feedback and suggestions into our audio bags to make them even better and more tailored to you, the end user. The Orca sound bags are like no other bag that you have seen. The Orca offers maximum protection for your gear inside thanks to our extremely durable and lightweight aluminum and honeycomb frame. Added to that is an ethylene-vinyl acetate interior and layers of foam lined with ultra-soft blue brushed polyester. The frame was specifically designed to allow all four sides of the bag and the bottom too independently and completely open. This gives you access from all six sided of the bag. No other bag will give you unencumbered access like the Orca will. Imagine never having to pull anything out of your bag to get to the connectors and media slots on your mixer, recorders and wireless ever again. Our “Orca Lift” system allows you to position the mixer to any level within the bag while our sliding mount securely holds the mixer in place. The bag can be turned completely upside down and the mixer will remain fastened in place with no Velcro or other fasterners. Each bag has two large pockets that can be used for placing your battery, BDS and/or stowing all your accessories. On the front two bungee cords with tensioners are available for attaching your boom pole or for hanging cables on your bag. The carrying handles and shoulder strap are easily removable for your convince. Four external detachable pockets with a special twist locking mechanism are supplied as well. The Orca bags are available in three different sizes to accommodate all current field mixers and recorders. Orca was created to provide the best, customized bags and accessories for today’s working broadcast and cinema professionals worldwide. Our philosophy is to design products that reflect the input of working industry professionals, and give them with the best solution to get the job done, easily, comfortably and efficiently. Orca’s research and development team has been part of the cinema sound and TV industry for well over 30 years. It’s this experience that allows us to provide the finest gear bags and accessories, bar none. Our R&D team has crafted the entire Orca line using the most advanced technologies and superior materials available. The result is an unmatched, field-proven line of smart bags and accessories, expertly designed to carry and protect your gear. We expect to be shipping our bags and harness this summer. So please check out our web site and speak with your favorite dealer for availability. Thank You Offer Menashe CEO Orca Bags http://www.orcabags.com/
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