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Cinegears Single Axis Wireless Focus

Cinegears Single Axis Wireless Focus


The Cinegears Single Axis Wireless Follow Focus is an extremely simple follow focus that works for most applications. This kit comes with its own RF motor, granting the ability to have a simple and compact camera build with the least amount of cables needed. All the focus gear needs is access to power from a 2-pin lemo cable and it will operate.

Technical Highlights:

  • Operates on 433 MHz for its frequency
  • 320′ range by line-of-sight
  • Input voltage range of 12 to 30 VDC
  • Auto-calibration, manual calibration, and lens remapping
  • Control start/ stop for ARRI, RED, Sony, and Canon professional camcorders

Rental Includes:

  • Wireless Follow Focus Hand Unit
  • RF Motor
  • 15mm/19mm clamp for motor
  • Cables
  • Batteries and charger


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