FOLLOW FOCUS | WIRELESS LENS CONTROL
Hand unit weighs around 1.7lbs including battery
Large 3" display touchscreen
Vibrating feedback lets you keep an eye on the action
Control frame rate, shutter angle, exposure index & more from hand unit
Less ports, less weight, less spaghetti
Super small and lightweight motors (173g)
Daisy-chainable via LBUS
Directly compatible with Arri's Alexa Mini camera
The Tilta Nucleus-M Wireless Lens Control` System features a 1000' transmission range, and comes with two lens drive motors with built-in wireless receivers, a FIZ hand controller, and two handgrips—one to control focus, and the other iris and zoom. The lens drive motors each feature a cine standard 0.8 MOD drive gear and two 7-pin connectors, which enables you to freely swap or interchange each motor. The motors power by daisy-chaining using the 7-pin cables, and each motor includes a 19mm rod clamp with 19 to 15mm reducing bushing.
Preston FI+Z, wireless lens and camera control system is known worldwide for its combination of precision, simplicity and ruggedness. It consists of the Hand Unit, TX, RX, 3 Motors, a Micro Force zoom control, and a variety of optional controls including wireless Focus/Iris, Zoom, and F/X units.
The ARRI FF-5HD Follow Focus is a complete follow focus system for professional HD camera systems.
Designed specifically for lenses with a small diameter lens barrel.
A longer swing arm ensures better gear positioning with HD lenses and a lower gear ratio is well suited for the smaller diameter. This is especially advantageous when working with cine lenses with smaller diameter barrels or compressed focus scales.
The Arri FF-4 was designed for cameras with rotating shutters like the Arri BL, 435 and 535. It's low profile allows it to snug-up against the camera.
It is fully adjustable, which allows the unit to be mounted to any camera system with 15 mm lightweight support rods.
0.8 Gear Drive for Cine Lenses
Tightens by Thumbscrew Onto 15mm Rods
Compatible Optionally with 19mm Rods
Adjusts to Different Lens Diameters