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The Horseman VCC PRO View Camera Converter enables a full range of camera movements to be utilized when photographing with a Canon EOS DSLR camera, allowing you to control perspective distortions and achieve unique depth of field effects. As the central component within a modular system, the VCC PRO includes the dedicated camera adapter as well as an M39 lens panel, and also supports the use of a wide array of large and medium format lenses. The VCC PRO's relatively compact, lightweight form factor and ability to accept a wide variety of lenses makes it ideally suited to use on location, as well as in the studio.
Once the Canon EOS DSLR camera is attached to the VCC PRO body, it can be switched between horizontal and vertical shooting orientations by simply turning a knob, rather than re-orienting the entire camera. The rear standard also incorporates a spindle drive that permits 30mm of vertical movement and 40mm of lateral movement for seamless stitching of multiple frames, with the ability to lock the camera in place for greater precision. The use of a bellows for focusing also better enables making close-up imagery without the need of extension tubes or an additional bellows.
For precise perspective and focusing control, both front and rear standard movements can be used.
Tilt: 15° forward / 10° backward
Swing: +/- 15°
Shift: +/- 1.2" / 30mm
Rise/Fall: +/- 0.6" / 15mm
Shift: +/- 0.8" / 20mm
Rear Standard Features
An integrated spindle drive on the rear standard permits seamless stitching of multiple frames in order to accomplish panoramic-type imagery. This rear drive allows fluid movement of the mounted back with secure locking at each position for greater accuracy.
This view camera converter is the central component within the VCC system, and allows you to pair a Canon EOS DSLR camera along with large or medium format lenses.