The Opteka FF220 Rail-Free Reversible Follow Focus helps you shoot videos with smooth, precise focus control. Whether shooting with a fixed-lens camcorder, video-capable DSLR, or other compatible camera, the precision-machined FF220 Follow Focus system provides repeatable, accurate focus pulling. It mounts directly to a camera, though it can attach to a standard 15mm rod system via the included adapter.
Opteka FF220 Overview
Opteka FF220 Specs
|Included Drive Gear||0.8 MOD|
|Rod Standard||15 mm LWS / 60 mm Spacing|
|Number of Sides||Single-Sided|
|Switchable Handwheel Speed||No|
|Weight||15.9 oz / 463 g|
|Package Weight||1.095 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||8.2 x 5.4 x 4.1"|
Opteka FF220 Reviews
Can scratch camera. Doesn't work with smaller lenses.
The rubber pad on the part that attaches to camera is on one side only. So if you want to pull focus from the left side of your camera, you have to flip that part upside down and now you have metal on metal. I have the Fujifilm 18-55 kit lens that comes with the X-t4 or X-t3. It's 58mm and the FF gear will not reach the lens.
I recommand if ur budget is limited but it's actually good.
Really good price and solid.
This follow focus is a great thing to start with for aspiring filmmakers who can take their time to build their rig. As you can you use it just your tripod mount if you where to buy a cage and bars there is also an attachment for that. I love this follow focus!
Great for the price
Great to start out with but it will get loose after time. But for a basic film maker, it works great!!
Remarkably Good for the Money
I was concerned that this device would disappoint, as the alternatives were all 5x as much money. I have used it on my Sony FS 700 with Rokinon Cine Primes and it really does the job. No it's not as rugged as the rail based pro products, but for me where focus pulling is only an occasional requirement, it does the job quite well without the large investment in a rail system.
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