Via LockCircle Press:
What does “the kinetics concept” mean?
The new Cage Kinetics XT2 by LockCircle is designed to fit like a glove around the powerful Fujifilm X-T2 camera’ featuring the exclusive LockCircle “Asymmetrical Design Approach” for right hand camera grabbing/control with the original camera ergonomic feeling.
A really accurate research work was applied to offer a straight visual clockwork control of the X-T2 camera for instinct production feeling, that means all the camera's controls are clearly visible and directly available straight across the sophisticated form-factor of the cage: a cinematic enhancement for the Fujifilm X-T2, more than just a cage.
The camera X-T2 with the cage fits naturally in your hands and can meet heavy-duty cinematic accessories pushing cinematics to the highest production levels.
Several 1/4”-20 (79!) and 3/8” (3) threads are available for multiple accessories and camera grip professional heavy-duty mounting: ready for shooting serious stuff!
The Cage Kinetics XT2 integrates the MicroPort micro HDMI / USB 3.0 connectors locking and the popular LockPort (micro to full-size HDMI and micro to full-size USB 3.0 output), for serious protection while shooting in rough production environments.
The Cage Kinetics XT2 baseplate has a Meta-Block mount for Metabones and IMS-Block for IMS-Mounts for monolithic locking, designed to allow great follow-focus work with no annoying mechanical plays of the bayonet offering precise follow-focus shots.
IMS mounts will be shortly available for Fujifilm X-MOUNT to Canon EF/Nikon F (exclusive positive-lock), PL-Mount, Panavision, BNCR and Leica R.
Totally secure camera baseplate mounting with a 1/4”-20 and 3/8” threads (titanium camera screw supplied) are available for camera-car, drones, gimbals or any heavy duty mounting.
Available for the end of April, pre-order available for a limited quantity (early delivery).
(cover photo credit: snap from LockCircle)
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