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    Cinevate Flip Module - Retail Version
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    Here are the pics of the HV20 and XH-A1 mounted up with the Brevis35 REV2-MC and the production retail version of our flip module. The unit can be used with or without the flip :-) Footage to follow this weekend. The Brevis35 packaged for use with the flip module will be under $1300...standard pricing. The REV-MC adapter module supports six SLR mounts, and PL +OCT19 cinema lenses. Micro-collimating lens mount system and interchangeable imaging elments are still standard. If you're looking to purchase and use the adapter in both modes, flipped or non-flipped, add $200. Our quick release system will be finished shortly and available as an option. Note that the pics are shown with our standard 15mm carbon rails systems...no modifications.

    The flip module will be usable on any third party adapter that can support 72mm threads.

    Volume production is in progress, and 10 units will be making their way into selected customers hands in 2 weeks or so. The unit works perfectly with all Brevis35 adapters, past, present or future.






     

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    the plot thickens!


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Look 1st View Post
    the plot thickens!
    Indeed!

    Can't wait to see some footy...


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Wood View Post
    The flip module will be usable on any third party adapter that can support 72mm threads.
    So this will be available to other adapters, right (SGpro)? how much will just the flip module be going for?

    and what a great idea.


     

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    oh thats beautiful. So small. if it doesnt affect image quality other than light loss, im Friggin on that.
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    For other adapters, the unit will run ~$450 which will include our purpose designed spherical aberration compensating achromat :-) Image quality through the bare flip module (no adapter) is not distinguishable from the bare cam footage...so we're pretty happy :-)


     

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    That's pretty wild seeing that fully kitted out rig on that little HV20

    Looks real nice, Dennis. 1300 for a Brevis Flip? That's a real nice price point. 1500 for a Brevis Flip/Non-Flip is also very nice.

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    I'll be heading out with a few of our talented local cinematographers this weekend with the HV20 "flip" rig and a non-flipped HVX. Should be fun, and provide some interesting comparative footage.


     

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    Congrats on getting the product out. Brevis owners and others who haven't purchased the new LetusEX should be pleased.

    So, there is no lightloss with the flip? Extra light loss I mean?

    Edit here: Also, how long does this take to setup now that there's the extra portion? I've always read that Brevis owners were snap-on-and-shoot, which was one of it's unique selling points. Does this still hold true? I'm assuming the alignment can't get any better than it already was, or is that not true?

    It also looks like the letus, unless my eyes are half-gone; kinda neat.
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    Dennis,

    Lookin' good. What's the cost for an existing Brevis customer?

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