Pimping is Done... For Now

Posted on 8/20/2010 7:59:00 PM

Now with the Lilliput LCD monitor in place, the set up is ready to roll!



Posted by Dave Parker on 9/13/2010 12:01:00 PM What are the components to the Pimping is done setup?

Replied by LA Color Pros Here you go,
T2i ($799)
Battery grip ($159)
Light and sound bracket ($33)
Flash bracket ($21)
Sigma 18-250mm Lens ($478)
Lens hood ($33)
Rode VideoMic ($123)
http://www.jacksmusicfactory.com/checkout.asp?quoteID=90162Q (best price to get... Jack is very reliable)
Comer 1800 LED light ($379)
Sandisk 16GB Class 6 SDHC ($61)
LP-E8 Battery ($23)
Lilliput External HDMI monitor. Please contact us if you want to buy such monitor. We have them at good price.
Posted by Dave Parker on 9/13/2010 12:21:00 PM Thanks....will be in touch!
Posted by sam huynh on 9/14/2012 6:27:00 PM what rig set up do you have attatched to the t2i pimped out set up? also what is the liliput sitting on?

Replied by LA Color Pros Hi Sam, the rings are from Jag35.com. You can buy those Focus rings separately. The Liliput monitor is sitting on it's own external battery.
Just to let you know, we no longer uses these setup. It's because the entire rig gets heavy and very not portable.
Posted by Sam Huynh on 9/18/2012 9:58:00 AM wow that sucks.... I just bought everything to put one together... So what are you guys shooting with now? whats the set up like?

Replied by LA Color Pros Sam, this setup was 2 years ago back in August 2010. After trial and error, I personal prefer a lighting setup. So here's our current setup.
Posted by Sam huynh on 9/25/2012 12:12:00 PM Where can I get that rail and follow focus rig?

Replied by LA Color Pros Sam, you can take a look at this link for the rail
This is the IndiFocusMini
Email address will not be displayed.
You will be notified when you question or feedback is answered.
4 + 1 =

Please do not use this Comment Form for customer service or warranty inquiry. Click on Contact Us!

Return to blog home page       Subscribe Mailing List

Latest Activity

Comments on "How to Repair DSLR .MOV on Corrupted SD Card"

"You have helped a lot. Thanks a lot for this blog. Couldn't have got the files back without this blog...."

Posted by Sooraj
on 8/6/2017
Read More

Blog Archive

Oct 5    Digital Delivery for Event Filmmaker at BVA 
Jul 23    Audio Acquisition Comparison 
May 8    Should I Offer Wedding Video Raw Footage? 
Apr 19    Awesome RODE PinMic  
Apr 18    Wedding Film Project Delivered using TakyBox vs Vimeo Pro  Feature Article
Jan 12    No More Sandbags 
Jan 2    TakyBox V3 Official Release  Feature Article
Dec 28    External Backup System with Harddrive Dock 
Dec 18    ALL-I vs IPB 
Dec 17    Cloud Storage vs Cloud Backup 
Dec 14    The Wedding Film Retreat  Feature Article
Nov 28    Playback Wedding Film with TakyBox on Amazon Fire  
Nov 24    Sole Proprietor, DBA, LLC, S-Corp...  Feature Article
Oct 12    Copyright Infringement Strike  
Oct 11    What Couples Should Be Looking for When Hiring a Wedding Videographer? (1)
Sep 29    Special Discount for High Profile Wedding Cinema Workshop 
Sep 9    TakyBox for the Spanish Audience 
Aug 24    Cables Required to Record Sound Feed from DJ 
Aug 21    Photoshop, Bringing People Closer Together. 
Aug 16    Color Tone Of Your Film 
Aug 5    Flxing Flickering LED Issue 
Jul 8    Falcon Media to Discontinue Blank BluRay Media Production 
Jun 8    Backup and Editing Workflow 
Jun 7    Mic'ing the Bride  Feature Article
May 26    A Windy Wedding Day 
May 24    Trick out the Dual Channel Quick Charger with LCD Display 
Apr 11    2-Day Cine School with Tom Antos 
Apr 1    Summit for Event Filmmakers at San Clemente, CA 
Mar 7    Data Recovery Presentation at WPPI 2016 
Feb 29    Popular license music sites  Feature Article
Jan 28    Introducing TB Dongle  Feature Article
Jan 4    InFocus Video Conference 2016 
Jan 1    Professional DVD and BluRay Production by Yourself (4) Feature Article

Blog Home
Join Mailing List