CINEGEARS Single Axis Remote Trigger Cable

CINEGEARS Single Axis Remote Trigger Cable

CINEGEARS Single Axis Remote Trigger Cable

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CINEGEARS Single Axis Remote Trigger Cable

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  • For Sony FS7, FS700, Blackmagic Design Cinema, Production 4K, URSA, and Canon C100, C300 Cameras
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The CINEGEARS Single Axis Remote Trigger Cable connects to the LANC port of your CINEGEARS Single Axis Motor, and allows you to control the start and stop of your camera via a LANC connection. The remote trigger cable can be used to start and stop the Sony FS7 and FS700, Blackmagic Cinema, Production 4K Camera, URSA, and the Canon C100 through C300. It features an LED recording status indicator light.
The trigger cable features a small aluminum block with two cables extending from the block. One cable connects to your single axis motor, and the other cable connects to your camera. These cables are specific and the remote trigger will not function if the cables are switched. You can start/stop the camera using the push button on the remote trigger itself, or while connecting your motor and camera, you can use an optional wireless focus controller to start/stop your camera.

UPC: 743724114034
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CINEGEARS Single Axis Remote Trigger Cable
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    Material of Construction Anodized aluminum
    Cable Length Remote Cable: 19.7" / 50.0 cm
    Camera Cable: 39.4" / 100.0 cm
    Weight 1.8 oz / 50.0 g
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    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.1 x 1.8 x 0.6"
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