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    • Brand: FOTGA
    • Model: DP500 Mark III Follow Focus
    • Material: Sturdy Metal CNC Machined.
    • The weight of DP500 Mark III Follow Focus has been reduced by nearly 16% (Compare to DP500IIS version) , leading to a lighter system and more portable.
    • Newly design on its inner structure to reach a high level in this field, while the damping gives virtually zero backlash(<0.5mm). 
    • Long-life precision engineered gearbox enables accurate and reliable focusing. 
    • The damping adjustment knob below can adjust the tension of the gearbox to reach 2 dampen levels. 
    • Heat resistant engineering rubber handwheel, it touches comfortable, especially in cold weather
    • Drive gear can be mounted from both side. (Works for both right-handed and left handed)
    • Drive Gear Interface: Compatible with JTZ X Type Interface Standard.
    • Can use different size gears to meet your need with different lenses. This updated version is designed to fit for 5 size gears. (M0.8-38T/M0.8-43T/M0.8-65TM/0.5 78T/M0.6 64T ). We will default to ship the M0.8-43T if not specific. 
    • Compatible with industry standard 15mm rods.
    • Rail distance: 60cm
    • Rail diameter: 15mm
    • Net weight: 340g
    • Suitable for: All DSLR cameras, Video cameras, Interchangeable-Lens cameras.

     

    Package including:

    • Fotga DP500 Mark III follow focus 
    • 1x 0.8mm matching gear belt x 1 (please note that it has been shortened for Sigma 30mm f1.4)
    • M0.8-43T gear x 1 (already installed on the follow focus)

    Condition:

    The follow focus is like new, used on one gig, so there is only one microscratch on the 15mm rod adapter, otherwise perfect condition. The follow focus turns smoothly, there is a knob for adjusting the wheel sensitivity as well. Please note that since I was not using the follow focus it's box got a bit ugly by the time so it might be not ideal as a gift. 

    Price fo EOSHD members: 90 GBP + shipping. Payment through TransferWise or PayPal (but then you'll pay the transfer fee).

    Buy with confidence! Not happy the product? You can return the item in 7 days.

    Shipped from EU, Slovakia to the countries of European Union. 

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  1. Hey,

    My Zhiyun Crane 2 with Zhiyun follow focus is up for a sale. Used since october on aprox. 5 gigs. 

    Optical condition: like new, has been properly taken care of, no hard scratches, only minor signs of use
    Mechanical condition: 100%

    Also comes with:
    Zhiyun wireless follow focus, 100% condition
    Original Zhiyun Mounting ring. No scratches on it, 100% condition
    Unbranded Dual handle grip, never used

    Package contents:
    - Zhiyun Crane 2 gibal
    - Wireless follow focus
    - Extension cables
    - 3x batteries
    - Charger
    - Follow focus gears
    - 15mm rod support for the focus motor
    - Dual handle grip
    - Mounting ring for the gimbal with 1/4 thread
    - Mini tripod leg for the gimbal

     

    Price for the whole package: 559 euros. Shipping with love from Slovakia, please send me a DM for shipping quote. Payment through TransferWise or PayPal (but then you're paying the fee).

    Buy with confidence, if you feel like the package is not like it's described, you can return it.

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  2. 1 hour ago, micharth said:

    Hi there! is this lens still available? I'd like to know some things about it:

    What is the widest lens you can use with the isco?

     

    what is the close focus distance?

    Sorry, it's sold by now.

    I believe Helios was the widest lens I used with the GH5 + SB. I don't remember the exact numbers for the min. focusing distances, but should be somewhere around 1.2-1.5 meters.

  3. 5 hours ago, Ichidomo said:

    I have the FVD16a from Rapido and it's a really good performer. No degradation of the image and sharp wide open. Concerning the import taxes I asked if they could ship with a low invoice rate. If customs doesn't open the box check the real value the import tax is really low, I only paid €26 to customs. It's no guarantee though but it worked out for me.

    I noticed that it is a bit heavier the the SLR Rangefinder, are you able to mount it when shooting on the a crane2? Thanks!

  4. 1 hour ago, heart0less said:

    I'm not quite sure what to think of them, to be honest.

    If they cost 100-200$, then I'd say go for it, but they're usually listed for at least 400$. 

    At this price point, I'd prefer buying FVD16A from Rapido which sells for 550$.

    Yep, the tend to sale around 400 dollars. All i know is that they are based on a helicoid. Rapido have shown it's great quality, unfortunately it's cost much higher due the import charges to europe. So could these home made variable diopters be as good as the rapido? The wide open tests are great. The "B&H focuser" (as JSD calls it) is also great alternative, unfortunately, overseas again, yet i don't see a big compromise in the image quality.

    Thanks for your replies! 

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