Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by mstutzman, Aug 7, 2009.
...a wired RFU for an Express 250. Anyone have one laying around they would like to sell?
Have you considered a West Side Systems FocusPhone™ ?
Yeah, Ive never been really fond of them. Thanks though.
I haven't looked at the price on RFU's for ETC these days but it seems to me wouldn't the price point be about even with your focusphone?
I would seriously look into the ETC wireless RFU setup. I purchased mine thru Fullcompass - ETC/Elec Theatre Controls RRFU Radio Remote Focus Unit | Full Compass
Pricey, but the thing is built like a tank and has worked flawlessly.
I am sure they are out there, however as you probably know, those things don't tend to live all that long. I don't see one on solaris. You might want to give lightparts a ring, they can find things. Otherwise, focus phone might be a good option.
I'll keep my eye out though. I was looking for one a few months back and could not find one.
Check out the collaborative article on used gear here.
Thanks for the assist everyone.
Its for a small studio space, wireless would be too much, I figured if the wired units were still kicking around I might be able to fid one for a song.
I came across one on ebay ETC Lighing Console Remote Focus Unit RFU2-EXPN DMX - eBay (item 280382550463 end time Aug-14-09 11:09:13 PDT)
Thats awesome! TY
Ergh...AutoBidders! Closed at $102.00 worth it but too rich for my blood.
I see the auction as having closed at $204.49. Perhaps [user]TupeloTechie[/user] should have private messaged [user]mstutzman[/user] instead.
oops.. sorry, I was just trying to help. I guess I'll just go back to lurking now
But you did help, Tupe; just the wrong person. I suspect you "helped" the seller get far more than he might have otherwise.
For $50, I would have considered buying it, just to resell to someone who needed it. Still a good deal at $200, though, as long as it's operational.
Ha! I suspected I was bidding with other people on this board. Its all good. I was trying to pick it up for a song. I was gonna pay for it as a tool out of pocket. Had I hit up the company for some money I could have bid higher.
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