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Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods (1 Pair)

B&H # RE80030016 MFR # 8-003-0016
Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods (1 Pair)

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  • Precision Machined
  • Professional Grade
  • Lightweight
  • 15mm Stainless Steel

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The Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods are a pair of precision-machined, stainless steel rods designed to fit the microSupport baseplate. The professional-grade rods are a standard 15mm in size, making them ideal for attaching matteboxes, follow focuses, and much more. Redrock microSupportRods are rugged, lightweight, and can be widely used in a variety of mounting configurations.

Aircraft-grade machined stainless steel.
ø15mm
High tolerance machined to 0.0001" precision
Lightweight and durable.
Designed for the microSupport, the rods can be used with a wide variety of accessories, including follow focuses and matteboxes.
Laser etched with Redrock logo.
Material Stainless Steel
Dimensions (LxDiameter) 24" (61cm) x ø15mm
Weight 1.0 lbs (0.5kg)
Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods (1 Pair)
  • 2 x 24" 15mm Iris Rods
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    5.0

    (based on 3 reviews)

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        5.0

        works fine

        By jc

        from Regina

        About Me Film Student, Professional Artist

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Independent Films

          Comments about Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods (1 Pair):

          Found that gear slides on and off the rods much easier than the graphite rods

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          5.0

          You get what you pay for!

          By JMStudios

          from Houston, Texas

          About Me Business Owner, Professional Artist

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Compact Design
          • Easy To Use
          • Highly Compatible
          • Improves Performance
          • Lightweight
          • Professional Quality

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Complex Projects
            • Independent Films
            • In The Studio

            Comments about Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods (1 Pair):

            With camera gear, you really do get what you pay for, and these rods are no exception from that. The quality and machining is far superb; nothing less than the best. I use these rods for a shoulder rig that mounts my dslr and a Sony fs100. the rods are long enough to hold the camera, front handles, matte box, shoulder pad, and rear balance weights all at once. The rods are extremely sturdy and don't bend or give under the weight. Just buy em!

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            5.0

            Worth the extra money.

            By Tezzling

            from Brisbane

            About Me Independent Film Maker

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Professional Quality

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Independent Films

              Comments about Redrock Micro 24" 15mm Iris Rods (1 Pair):

              Definitely worth the money if you need the extra length for a 35mm DOF Adapter setup.
              I've found some cheaper carbon fiber rods tend to flex just a tiny bit with the 35mm setup and matte box, the stainless do not.
              They can also take a lot more of a beating in travel and won't crack like carbon fiber either.

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