Chrosziel 15mm Follow Focus
Chrosziel 15mm Follow Focus
For DSLR, Mirrorless, and Cinema Cameras
Large Hand Wheel
Includes 0.8 MOD Drive Gear
Sliding 15mm LWS Rod Bracket
Chrosziel 206-05S-12 Overview
For use with cine lenses, this Chrosziel DV Studio Rig Follow Focus includes a 0.8 MOD drive gear for interfacing directly with standard cinema lens gearing. The included gear is interchangeable with other optional drive gears for different kinds of lenses. The drive gear itself mounts using a simple, yet strong, locking mechanism that doesn't introduce play into the focusing action.
Chrosziel DV StudioRig Follow Focus
Constructed from high-quality materials, Chrosziel's DV StudioRig Follow Focus is built for the professional filmmaker working with DSLR, mirrorless, or cinema cameras. The main body of the DV StudioRig is machined from aluminum and the oversized handwheel rotates smoothly with minimal play in the gearbox. Use the knurled thumbscrew on the sliding rod clamp to secure the DV StudioRig to 15mm LWS rods. Since the rod clamp slides, the DV StudioRig is compatible with many lens diameters, from small DSLR lenses to larger cinema lenses. A white marking disk is included for outlining focus pulls with a dry-erase marker or grease pencil.
In order to be used with a lens, a drive gear must be purchased separately. Drive gears are available in various sizes and tooth spacings to fit ENG and cinema lenses as well as a friction gear for DSLR lenses without teeth. Once you have a gear, it simply snaps into the gearbox and can be easily exchanged. Settable hard stops can be added with the separately available C-206-60 VariLock upgrade kit.
Chrosziel 206-12 Focus Gear Drive (0.8 Gear Pitch)
The Chrosziel 206-12 is a 0.8 gear pitch focus gear drive for Chrosziel's 206-01S follow focus system. It features standard 0.8 pitch gearing for use with cine-style lenses.
Pickup and Drop off Information
Pickup and drop off hours are from 8-5pm Monday through Friday.
Pick-up and drop-off days are free, because they're intended for checking, prepping and packing up your gear. The cost of your rental is based on the number of shoot days. These are the days you'll actually be using the equipment. Pay and sign at pickup.
1 to 3 Shoot Days
If you rent for 1, 2 or 3 shoot days, you pay for the shoot days only.
Example: your shoot days are Tuesday and Wednesday. Pick-up is Monday, drop-off is Thursday. You will be charged for 2 shoot days.
Example: your shoot days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Pick-up is Monday, drop-off is Friday. You will be charged for 3 shoot days.
The full-week rule (4 to 6 shoot days)
If you rent gear for 4 to 6 days shoot days, you only pay for 3 shoot days.
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