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The Vocas MB-215 Matte Box Kit with 15mm LWS Support provides flare protection for your lenses. It features a carbon fiber hood with an aluminum support frame, one rotating stage, and a space for another 4 x 4" filter in the front of the hood. The kit includes one 4 x 4" filter tray; however, with optional filter trays the matte box accommodates filters from 3 x 3" up to 4 x 6". The MB-215 is designed to work with any available lens with a 114mm outer front barrel diameter.
The included rod support converts the matte box from clip-on to rod mounted, and it is vertically adjustable, so you can use it cameras, such as some DSLRs, that do not feature standard lens heights. Using the matte box with the rod support is useful when shooting with lenses that have a front diameter smaller than 114mm. The included flexible cuff fits into the 114mm opening on the rear of the matte box and supports lenses up to 110mm in diameter, blocking light leaks from behind the matte box that can otherwise flare available filters in the matte box.
Compatible with most 4" wide filters
One rotating filter stages rotates 360°
A formed depression in the front of the matte box accepts a single 4 x 4 filter
Fits lenses with up to 114 mm front outside diameter
Works with most wide-angle lenses in both 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios
The 15mm rod adapter attaches to the matte box. It features an adjustable height range of 18.5 mm to compensate for cameras with a non-standard lens height.
Flexible Fabric Donut
The included cuff, snaps into the back of the matte box, and supports lenses with an outside front diameter of 110mm. The cuff/donut features a drawstring that you use to snug the fabric around your lens. This blocks light from leaking around the lens and reflecting off of a filter, degrading your image.