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iDC Photo Video SYSTEM ONE FF/VF Kit for Nikon D7000 No Grip (2 Wheels/Lens Br)

B&H # ID12FF2W700V MFR # S-12FF-2WB-700VF
iDC Photo Video SYSTEM ONE FF/VF Kit for Nikon D7000 No Grip (2 Wheels/Lens Br)

iDC Photo Video SYSTEM ONE FF/VF Kit for Nikon D7000 No Grip (2 Wheels/Lens Br) w/Optional Items w/Optional Items w/Optional Items

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Product Highlights

  • Gearless Follow-Focus System
  • FF/VF Support System for Nikon D7000
  • Economical, Replaceable Focusing O-Ring
  • Lens Brace Supports Telephoto Lenses
  • UniRail Is Gitzo/Manfrotto Compatible
  • Hoodman Viewfinder Included
  • Focusing Wheel Works with Most Lenses
  • CNC-Milled from Aircraft-Grade Aluminum
  • UniRail Accepts Any Fluid Head QR Plate
  • Fits Any System with 1/4" or 3/"8 Thread
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The SYSTEM ONE FF/VF Kit for Nikon D7000 No Grip (2 Wheels/Lens Br) from iDC Photo Video is a gearless follow-focus, viewfinder, and support system designed for a Nikon D7000. This dedicated system is specifically fitted for a D7000, and features perfect primary balance, a very low center-of-gravity, great adjustability, and minimal mass. No quick-release plate is required--the UniRail can be longitudinally positioned for perfect primary balance with any camera, lens and accessory configuration. The built-in lens brace will support a long telephoto lens.

The gearless direct-drive focusing wheel is machined from industrial plastic bearing material and has a soft high-tech O-ring for positive rubber-on-rubber operation. The second wheel can provide control of the zoom ring for some Nikon zoom lenses. The iDC UniRail features a double-dovetail design. For the lowest possible center-of-gravity, the UniRail's lower dovetail is Gitzo-, Bogen-, and Manfrotto-compatible for direct mounting into their quick-release clamps. It also features a centralized QR Base Pad that offers both 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 threaded bosses to fit any fluid head. This simple and efficient follow-focus system is a finely-tailored, elegant HD filmmaking platform that can be easily upgraded with a wide variety of superb iDC accessories. And, it's made in the USA. 

This gearless system offers economy, super-fast lens swaps, and smooth and accurate focus acquisition.
The built-in lens brace provides solid support for a telephoto lens.
The Focusing Wheel accepts 1/2" white graphic tape for focusing marks.
The Focusing Wheel's square-drive is industry standard and accepts any Arri-style follow-focus Whip or Crank.
The direct-drive Focusing Wheel features an economical and user-replaceable O-ring. These O-rings are very tough, but if your dog chews one up it's a snap to replace.
Accepts a variety of LCD loupes including the iDC quick-release-adapted Hoodman HoodLoupe 3.0, the Zacuto Z-Finder Pro, LCDVF, and other direct-to-LCD-mount-style viewfinders.
Accepts the Zacuto Z-Finder Pro (not included) when the Z-Finder is equipped with a Zacuto Mounting Frame SKU #Z-MFS (not included). The iDC Camera plate replaces the Zacuto Gorilla Plate in this instance.
The UniRail is Gitzo and Manfrotto fluid head "friendly" and fits directly into the QR clamp of the following tripods: Manfrotto 501, 503, 504, 519, 701, MH055M8-Q5, and Gitzo 1380, 2180, and 2380.
Instant and painless placement of the iDC Focusing Wheel Assembly to work with a broad spectrum of still camera lenses.
The underside of all UniRails features a reinforced pad threaded for both 1/4"-20 and 3/8"-16 fasteners. All UniRails will accept any fluid head's quick-release plate.
All foundation components are CNC-milled from aircraft-grade aluminum, finished with soft edges, and hard-anodized in Satin Black for sleek looks and tactile pleasure. Grip Handles are machined from high-tech Acetel plastic and finely checkered for a sure grip.
Designed for maximum parts interchangeability with iDC's handheld SYSTEM ZERO product line.
May be mounted to any camera support system that attaches by way of either 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 fasteners. This includes everything currently made for the photographic or motion picture industry.
May be mounted to any quick-release adapter plate by way of either 1/4"-20 or 3/8"-16 fasteners.
Compatible with the iDC Quick-Release U-Boat, an excellent and robust Accessory Cage.
Camera-specific Camera Plate offers pin- or contour-based registration for accurate fit.
Additional camera-specific Camera Plates are the only parts required to adapt multiple camera bodies to SYSTEM ONE.
Weight 2.89 lb (1.31 kg)
iDC Photo Video SYSTEM ONE FF/VF Kit for Nikon D7000 No Grip (2 Wheels/Lens Br)
  • SYSTEM ONE 12" UniRail
  • SYSTEM ZERO Camera Plate with SYSTEM ONE Adapter for Nikon D7000
  • iDC Adapted HoodMan Viewfinder with Quick-Release Bracket
  • 2 x Gearless Wheel Assemblies with SYSTEM ONE Risers
  • Lens Brace with SYSTEM ONE Riser for Long Lenses
  • 1/4"-20 x 1/2" Captive Flat Head Screw
  • 2 x 5/32 Hex Wrenches
  • 2 x 8-32 x 3/8" Thumbscrews with 1/2" Knurled Caps
  • 3 x 1/4"-20 x 3/8" Thumbscrews with 3/4" Knurled Caps
  • 2 x 1/4"-20 x 1/2" Flanged Button Head Screws
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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