LanParte Follow Focus V2 with Hard Stops for 15mm Rods

BH #LAFF02 • MFR #FF-02
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LanParte Follow Focus V2 with Hard Stops for 15mm Rods
Key Features
  • 15mm Rod Quick Release Clamp
  • Integrated A/B Hard Stops
  • 0.8 Pitch Gear
  • Reversible Gear Function
The Lanparte Follow Focus V2 clamps onto 15mm LWS rods, allowing you to smoothly and accurately pull focus with cinema and DSLR lenses equipped with gear rings. Its quick release design that lets you easily snap it onto the rods without having to remove other rod-mounted accessories, such as a matte box. Integrated into the follow focus are A and B hard stops, letting you set start/end points on DSLR lenses that have continuously rotating focus rings. Additionally, the follow focus features an ARRI standard accessory port for using optional focus whips and speed cranks. A standard 0.8 pitch gear comes includes, which can be positioned on either side of the gearbox, as well as a removable magnetic marking disc. Also included is an adjustable gear ring for use with DSLR lenses that lack integrated focus gear rings.
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LanParte FF-02 Overview

The Lanparte Follow Focus V2 clamps onto 15mm LWS rods, allowing you to smoothly and accurately pull focus with cinema and DSLR lenses equipped with gear rings. Its quick release design that lets you easily snap it onto the rods without having to remove other rod-mounted accessories, such as a matte box. Integrated into the follow focus are A and B hard stops, letting you set start/end points on DSLR lenses that have continuously rotating focus rings. Additionally, the follow focus features an ARRI standard accessory port for using optional focus whips and speed cranks. A standard 0.8 pitch gear comes includes, which can be positioned on either side of the gearbox, as well as a removable magnetic marking disc. Also included is an adjustable gear ring for use with DSLR lenses that lack integrated focus gear rings.

Key Features

  • Clamps onto 15mm LWS rods
  • Integrated A/B hard stops
  • Copper gear and precision bearing
  • Standard 0.8 pitch drive gear included
  • Drive gear can be flipped to either side of gearbox
  • Sliding dovetail design for adjusting to different sized lenses
  • Removable magnetic marking disc
  • ARRI standard 12mm accessory port
  • CNC machined aluminum components
  • Adjustable lens gear ring included
UPC: 840534104016

LanParte FF-02 Specs

Included Drive Gear0.8 MOD
Rod Standard15 mm LWS / 60 mm Spacing
Number of SidesSingle-Sided
Built-In Hardstops2, Fixed
Marking DiskYes
Switchable Handwheel SpeedNo
Dimensions7.44 x 4.31 x 3.16" / 188.97 x 109.6 x 80.25 mm
Weight1.12 lb / 0.51 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.535 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.55 x 5.75 x 4.15"
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