Price is $423 including PayPal G&S fees and shipping CONUS sold to u/lastperfectcircle
This is a camera I've babied for the past five years. It has given me a lot of wonderful images and will probably leave me with seller's remorse. But it has to go.
As for the X-Pro 1, you'll find it is in excellent shape. There's a little tear on the rubber eyecup, some coating loss on the screen (that's visible only when the screen is off, like the older sonys) but everything else works like a charm. It is missing a small black dot on the front EVF-OVF lever. This too is cosmetic and the result of tiny hands with fingernails - I will have that put back on if I can find it soon enough. :)
The Handgrip is 3rd party and honestly used only when the camera needed a tripod or when I was using the 16mm F1.4WR on it. Three of the four batteries are OEM NP-W126 batteries, and one is an OEM NP-W126s - all four secured in a beautiful 3D printed holder I printed myself. Also is included an original BC-W126s charger that came in my X-T3 kit.
Ask any other questions if you may have.
I was looking for an ergonomic photographic handgrip.
Found Shuttergrip 2 by Just Mobile to be perfect for what I needed. But the clamping position would be right where the Xperia's shutter button is.
Then I saw BitPlay has a small removable grip, but it's less functional, and I don't think they sell them without an iPhone case.
Anyone has any suggestions or recommendations for a handgrip that is suitable for
For sale is my X-T3 with a FreeWorld 4K monitor and MHG-XT3 handgrip.
Perfect setup to utilize the 10-Bit internal recording.
Shutter count at 12,319.
$800 net to me. Buyer pays shipping and fees.
Would also consider trades including X100F with WCL or XF 16/2.8 plus cash.
I used soapy water to ease installing my new handgrips (a few days ago) and it seems like the soap isn't going away (like the suggestion I got said). They're both still twisting fairly easily.
Reposing this at a reduced price.
Selling a Leica 14405 Handgrip.
Makes the ergonomics of a film M4, M6 or M7 much better. Especially with heavier lenses. Functionally in perfect condition. Cosmetically the foam is showing its age but it's never bothered me so I didn't replace it.
Looking for $100 shipped (includes PP G&S + CONUS shipping)
Finally getting around to posting this grab bag of superfluous equipment. Everything works as intended, is in great condition and priced to move.
Fuji 23mm F2 WR: In great condition, shoots excellent on my XP2. Glass and barrel have no marks but there is a little dust in the focus ring ridges. For some reason I can't find the box , hood or cap, but will ship with a Tiffen filter attached to protect the front element. $325 shipped
Godox TT685F and X1TF Bundle: TTL flash and transmitter both in great working condition. Used for a year before I got the AD200. Not interested in separating them. I do not have the boxes for these either apparently. $100 shipped for the pair.
Metal X-T3 Hand Grip: JJC brand, not OEM Fuji. $15 shipped or free with the lens or flash bundle. Sigma MC-11 EF-E: Just got this on a lens I bought but I don't have any Sony cameras so I don't need it. Does not come with a box or anything else. $100 shipped.
All prices include shipping, shipping is via USPS. Tracking will be updated in PayPal within a day of payment being made.
All items are either brand new or gently used. High quality products, as you would expect from SmallRig. Happy to sell them individually or as a bundle.
All prices before shipping. Payment via Paypal G&S only. CONUS only.
Jedi found crystals on Ilum, but what then? How did they get the other component parts?
The Jedi Path book explains that the main components are the handgrip, the emitter matrix, the lens assembly, the power cell, and the focusing crystal. But where do these parts come from?
Are they manufactured by companies like Merr-Sonn, SoroSuub, or Arakyd? Or are there Jedi armorers that forge these components out of Haysian smelt or other durable materials?
I have an older house, so we have window-mounted air conditioners. Every spring and every fall, when I install these or remove them, I am always struck by how incredibly heavy they are and, and this is the part I can't fathom, how there is never a good way to pick them up or move them.
Most current models have an outer cover that you install first, and then the actual body of the a/c which you typically slide into the outer cover. The fronts and backs of the body have the thin, line kinda sharp fins that you don't want to crush or bend so you can't hold those two sides. There are no handles, no grips, and every surface where you could potentially grip the air conditioner's body except for the flat bottom of the thing, are fairly sharp-edged. They’re also fairly bulky so getting your arms around them sufficiently at an optimal angle for lifting isn’t great.
So unless you have two fairly strong people who are lifting from the bottom, there is barely any way to lift these things without damaging them or yourselves in some way. Why? Why don't designers put any place--at all-- to lift and carry these things? That this lack of thing crosses brands and decades, there must be some kind of deliberative purpose for not doing so.
Is it because they don't want to encourage individuals to try installing them and hurt themselves (or drop the ac out the window and hurt someone down below)? Is it because there's no place to put a hand grip that would be strong enough without requiring some kind of redesign? Is it just a cost associated with putting in some kind of lifting strap strong enough to help, multiplied over millions of units? Is there anyone here in product design that can help me understand this, what appears to me, huge design flaw?
This made my M9 much easier to handle before it took the big dirt nap. I no longer have a use for it.
Leica Grip https://imgur.com/a/Qhs0E4n
Selling my very lightly used DJI Ronin SC. Like many a newbie video shooter, I thought I needed a gimbal without thinking about what I actually needed it for. My loss is your gain! Gimbal was acquired in December of 2020, and was used about 4 times in the last year for no more than an hour each time. It was exclusively used with my Sony A7III with a Samyang 24mm lens on it, so it was never used with a heavy payload.
In addition to the standard accessories with the gimbal (listed below), I'm including a SmallRig Handgrip (SmallRig part # BSS2413 - https://www.smallrig.com/smallrig-handgrip-for-dji-ronin-sc-bss2413.html). This handgrip is great when using the gimbal in underslung mode, and essentially gives it the same functionality as the Zhiyun Wheebill if you prefer that style of handle. It also has a cold shoe mount on the end of the handle which is great for a monitor. I bought this handle July of this year and it is essentially in brand new condition.
Gimbal will come with all standard accessories:
$275 shipped in the lower 48 (OBO) SOLD LOCALLY
Selling the OEM Fuji hand grip for the XT3. I personally don’t care much for it, but got it with a camera I bought recently. It’s in decent shape, certainly not bad ( see photos here ) but it works just fine. New is $100, so I’m hoping for $60 OBO - Shipping included.
Any way I can acquire the original hand grips for the buell firebolt? The ones I have got old but I can’t seem to find them anywhere.
looking for a handgrip that floats thats also a tripod
i found the Nu grip which i want but its wayyyy to expensive for a gopro mount
Hi! Anyone here who uses Skull and Co handgrips for the OG switch? I am currently using the Dobe case grip which I bought for 250 pesos only. It provides a better grip naman compared to those clear cases out there pero it gives me carpal (idk tho if that's the right term) pa din :( so i was just wondering if worth it ba to.
Hi! I need to move out soon to go to university so I am trying to part away with some of my belongings. If you have any more questions/requests for images for the items, please let me know!
$170 - Polaroid Now Keith Haring Edition Kit
This one comes with the original packaging box and documents inside. Bought one directly from Polaroid and used it maybe three times. The kit from Polaroid comes with three films and I am adding two more extra without any extra money!
$70 - Mint Flashbar 2 for Polaroid SX-70
Works perfectly. Comes with the original box and two color filters.
$320 - Hasselblad PME3 Prism Viewfinder
Works perfectly, with no haze or fungus inside the prism elements. The light meter is accurate. No dents or major scratches on the body.
$15 - Hasselblad Flashgun Handgrip
Shutter release works well. It mounts onto the camera well but there is no holding screw, which I believe shouldn't be so hard to find for $5.
$5 - Flashcubes
29 flashcubes total. Tested and working correctly.
The shipping will be from $5 ~ $12 depending on the weight and distance!
Just browsing for any news/makers/sellers out there. Noticed on eBay a few customs for other Chinese handheld options. As popular as RP2's are, I'm kinda surprised how none, from Retroid or community, haven't mainstreamed the idea yet.
Curious about any takers or am I just alone here?
Hi everyone, I bought a Fuji GX680 recently and got the idea to mount a handgrip to it. Had a few idea variations:
Mounting a Novoflex L-Bracket to the camera tripod mount will be a step for all the ideas.
mount a wooden grip with a tunnel drilled into it to the L-Bracket. Then I can disassemble a GX remote release cable housing and fit the cable alone through the tunnel in the wooden grip.
I really want to avoid buying a second remote release for 150€ so I might also make a mold of the remote release housing, cast epoxy resin into the mold so I have a grip that I can slip the remote release into when carrying the camera by the handgrip or take out the remote release so I can use it as an actual remote release cable.
Do you guys have any other ideas in mind?
I ran across this handgrip-based bipod today and had never seen something like that before. I was curious if anyone has ever used this or something similar.
Seems gimmickey at first glance, like maybe a solution looking for a problem. More laterally stable than just resting on the mag or the handgrip, but will still require a lot of front-to-back stability with your offhand, vs. a normal forward-mounted bipod.
Might be useful for pistols and SBRs where there's less forward weight to support, and where you don't have much rail space anyway. On the other hand, how many people are doing a lot of bench/prone shooting with their AR pistol? I would guess maybe there's just not much demand for this but what do I know.
I've seen some comparison videos on YouTube but i still have about 5 different grips that I would probably like.
Im curious to why you chose yours over other ones.
Selling a Leica 14405 Handgrip.
Makes the ergonomics of a film M4, M6 or M7 much better. Especially with heavier lenses. Functionally in perfect condition. Cosmetically the foam is showing its age but it's never bothered me so I didn't replace it. Looking for $130 shipped (PP G&S + CONUS shipping)