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Rob Bannister

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SO an update, I finally got ahold of Helicoptersean and he is sending me one of the gears he came up with for the iscorama pre36. I'll let you know how it goes. He is looking for any info on how to make it any better so hopefully this is going to be the one :) Just need to pull the trigger on a Follow focus now. Might rent one in the meantime.



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Hi guys,   I heard that some were trying to get in touch with me about some custom follow focus work here. I 3D print the follow focus gears to what ever specifications you may need. Im afraid on th

There's a seller on eBay (helicoptersean) who prints custom delrin focus gears. Here's one of his listings:   http://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-Focus-Gear-Ring-for-Sigma-50mm-F1-4-Lens-/261286581672  

I sent mine into Rich and had him do the mod and smooth out the focus. Mine was the same way and id hear the stoppers clicking it didnt sound very nice. Now its a treat to focus...I just need a follow

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