Tag Archives: follow
Posted on 20. Jun, 2011 by planetmitch.
The folks over at F-Stoppers found this one yesterday…. would you fly your Canon EOS 5D Mark II (reviews) Canon Rebel T2i/550D (reviews) over water? This RC Helicopter with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II is following this wakeboarder with “FollowMe” transmitter. Now that is cool! Note: Thanks to the comment below, we double checked […]
Posted on 22. Dec, 2010 by planetmitch.
Jag35.com announces HDSLR electronic follow focus system that will initially be wired and then later will come in a wireless version. Find out more about the announcement below and on the Jag35 Electronic Remote Follow Focus page. Jag35 Electronic remote Follow Focus from jehu Garcia on Vimeo. An entry level remote follow focus system that […]
Posted on 01. Dec, 2010 by planetmitch.
We’ve got another giveaway – our good friends over at Genus have generously agreed to give away one of their “Genus Superior Follow Focus” units to one lucky planet5D forum poster. Entry into this contest is very simple – all you have to do is post on the planet5D forum – and all posts in […]
Posted on 10. Aug, 2010 by planetmitch.
Cinevate has decided to have a little summer sale – putting the Durus Follow Focus units on sale. So if you’ve been thinking about buying one, the time is right. “The Durus Follow Focus has a reputation for being one of the smoothest and most rock solid follow focuses in the industry. The good new […]
Posted on 13. Jul, 2010 by planetmitch.
Good friends (and advertiser) of planet5D Redrock Micro has posted a new preview of the microRemote that they announced at the NAB conference. Redrock microRemote preview from Redrock Micro on Vimeo. introductory video of the microRemote wireless follow focus system, including microTape real-time rangefinder, basestation, and revolutionary microRemote with optional iPhone/iPod Touch visual interface. As […]
Posted on 03. Jun, 2010 by planetmitch.
With this new product from PLC Electronic Solutions, you can have wireless control of your lenses with your iPhone or iPad. As it turns out, this isn’t just for your Canon EOS 5D Mark II (reviews) or Canon EOS 7D (reviews), you can use it on just about any video camera. Their product is called […]