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The microRemote Handheld Wireless Focus Controller from Redrock Micro is designed to help control your camera focus while using stabilizers such as Steadicams, Jib Arms, and Gimbal Stabilizers. By controlling focus wirelessly you remove the need to directly touch the camera during a shot, but still control focus to direct your viewer's attention.
In situations where wireless may not be possible, the optional tethering cable wires the microRemote for direct, interference-free operation up to 20 feet away.
This Handheld Controller features the ability to trigger the Run/Stop of supported cameras (cable required). This allows for control of the camera remotely for when it may be inaccessible. The microRemote Handheld Unit also has a built in Run/Stop light that indicates when the camera is recording or not, so the camera does not need to be within your line of sight.
All lenses are mapped to the full 270° rotation of the microRemote. This is especially helpful for DSLR lenses that have very short throws, but also very helpful for some Cinema Lenses that have long throws. The expanded mapping on DSLR Lenses is designed to allow refined and precise focus pulls. The mapping process makes all lenses feel similar, allowing for a consistent feel throughout all lenses.
Wireless control of microRemote system up to 1 mile (1600m) line of sight
Adjustable Indicator Arm
Left/Right hand operation
3D Marking discs compatible with Flares for use in the dark
A dual adjustable hard stop for precision pulls
Powered by 2 AA batteries
Camera Run/Stop triggering
Lanyard loop for resting around neck
1/4"-20 thread for building into a rig
Note:The microRemote Handheld Controller is an add-on for existing microRemote owners and is not a standalone system