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OConnor Cine Follow Focus One

B&H # OCCFF Mfr # C1241-0001
Discontinued

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Product Highlights
  • Clamps to 15mm/19mm Studio Rod Systems
  • Low Clearance
  • Compatible with Whips/Gears/Cranks
  • Mounts on Either Side of Bridge
  • Horizontal Sliding Adjustment
  • Eccentric Adjustments
  • Custom-cut/Low-runout Gears

The OConnor Cine Follow Focus One eliminates juggling of separate bridge plates, and attaches onto either 15mm or 19mm studio rod systems. The operator can switch between the 2 standards comfortably, and its low clearance enables the follow focus to work with large diameter lenses such as the Angenieux 24-290mm, Red 18-85mm, Fujinon 18-85mm, and Fujinon 75-400mm. The follow focus is compatible with accessories such as whips, gears, and cranks.

Numerous mounting options for specialty setups are possible as the main bridge slides independent of the support bridge dovetail. The swing arm of the Cine Follow Focus One can be mounted on either side of the bridge for better integration with all lens and matte box configurations. The horizontal sliding makes it easy for the user to adjust the focus drive gear for a clear line of sight. Eccentric adjustments on handwheels allow flexible positioning, and the custom-cut, low-runout gears (Minimal Backlash Mechanism) ensure high accuracy.

Eliminates juggling of separate bridge plates
Clamps easily onto either 15mm or 19mm studio rod systems
Switches efficiently between the 2 standards
Low clearance - helps it to work with large diameter lenses such as the Angenieux 24-290mm, Red 18-85mm, Fujinon 18-85mm, and Fujinon 75-400mm
Compatible with accessories like whips, gears, and cranks
Offers numerous mounting options for specialty setups as the main bridge slides independent of the support bridge dovetail
Mounts swing arm on either side of bridge for better integration with all lens and matte box configurations
Horizontal sliding adjustment - easily adjusts the focus drive gear for a clear line of sight
Allows flexible positioning with the help of eccentric adjustments on handwheels
Minimal Backlash Mechanism - custom-cut, low-runout gears ensure high accuracy
Constructed of lightweight, durable black anodized aluminum

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OConnorCine Follow Focus One
 
5.0

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5.0

The Only Focus Needed

By Daniel

from Canada

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Highly Compatible
  • Professional Quality

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Independent Films
    • In The Studio

    Comments about OConnor Cine Follow Focus One:

    After searching for a cheap alternative, I took the cost and got the CFF-1. It is in my mind the best focus unit available. Every option you would need it has. The build is none other than O'Connor spec, backlash is to a small 1-2mm at most, super smooth and the hand wheels feels great. Perfect size with the 38 tooth gear to have a long throw on cine lenses. A helpful tip, mine shipped with some play in one of the hand wheels, there are 2 small screws on the belt cap of the hand wheel, loosen those and the gear slides up and down from the belt inside, push down and tighten to engage the gear in the handwheel on the belt and the gap is gone from in the handwheel. I bought the 1450 case, the foam inserts is an amazing idea from O'Connor, slides right in and is not a custom cut out case for the unit.

    All in all, a solid unit worth every penny. I just hope O'Connor doesn't decide to replace this anytime soon.

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