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Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Grip for COMPACT-SERVO Lens

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Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Grip for COMPACT-SERVO Lens
Key Features
  • Zoom Rocker
  • VTR Start/Stop Button
  • ONE-SHOT AF Button
  • Can be Used Detached from Lens
Designed specifically for use with CN-E COMPACT-SERVO lenses, the Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Grip adds an ENG-style operation to your camera setup. It has an ergonomic form factor for comfortable operation and features a seesaw rocker for zoom control, as well as REC start/stop and ONE-SHOT AF buttons. Because the grip provides electronic control for the drive unit, rather than mechanically driving the lens itself, you can choose to mount it directly to the side of the lens (using an included screw-on rosette) or mount it to an ARRI standard rosette elsewhere on your shoulder rig, as long as the 20-pin cable is still connected to the lens drive unit.
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Canon ZSG-C10 Overview

Designed specifically for use with CN-E COMPACT-SERVO lenses, the Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Grip adds an ENG-style operation to your camera setup. It has an ergonomic form factor for comfortable operation and features a seesaw rocker for zoom control, as well as REC start/stop and ONE-SHOT AF buttons. Because the grip provides electronic control for the drive unit, rather than mechanically driving the lens itself, you can choose to mount it directly to the side of the lens (using an included screw-on rosette) or mount it to an ARRI standard rosette elsewhere on your shoulder rig, as long as the 20-pin cable is still connected to the lens drive unit.

Features

  • Compatible with COMPACT-SERVO lenses
  • Zoom rocker
  • ONE-SHOT AF button
  • VTR start/stop button
  • 20-pin cable for connecting to lens drive unit
  • Rosette-style attachment (screw-on rosette adapter included for attachment to COMPACT-SERVO lens)
  • Can be used detached from lens
UPC: 013803282603

Canon ZSG-C10 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight1.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 6.1 x 6.1"

Canon ZSG-C10 Reviews

Works as intended

By Ronald
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-10

I had hoped to be able to use this grip with the lens, but when I'd mounted it on my Canon C300 Mk III I'd found that it came so close to the C300's own grip that it made both impossible to use and I'd removed it and replaced it with a VariZoom controller.

Poorly conceived grip.

By Ronald
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-31

The grip-whose construction does not match the quality of the lens itself-when attached to the CN-E70--200mm lens and C300 Mk III comes within a millimeter of the camera's own grip, making both grips unusable. I have removed the grip from the lens and will not be using it. It is a shame that Canon hadn't taken this issue into consideration since the zoom rocker allows for modulated zooms that the lens controls cannot match. The only solution is to remove the camera's own grip, or the lens grip, and since the cameras grip has greater overall function it is the lens grip that will be discarded.

what is not to like about the FREE $495 Zoom Grip?

By Edward
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-16

The grip provides extra stability for run and gun users and the best part is that it comes FREE as a bundle add on when you buy the 18-80mm or the 70-200mm COMPACT-SERVO lens. Make sure you also purchase the Zacuto right angle extension cable (B&H #ZAZC18RC) as part of the excellent bundle package. The regular lens cable attaches to the bottom of the lens making it impossible to set the camera down on the ground or a table without risking the chance of the cable snapping off or worse breaking off inside the lens mount. Zacuto makes great stuff and this cable adapter is almost a must.

Adds an extension for easily working the zoom from a tripod.

By Russell
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2018-08-01

The build-in Servo Zoom buttons on the lens work just fine for most handheld use and I would have to remove the built-in button unit to attach this device. The built-in buttons are hard to reach when the camera is attached to a tripod. This Zoom Grip can be plugged into the Canon 18-80 T4.4 lens and operated from the tripod's location.

cheap feeling

By nolan
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-03-23

as a professional videographer I expect my gear to be professional and this isnt whaen used on the 18-80 on the 100 mark ii and the c200 its gets in the way of the other hand grip making it worthless as is also its very cheap and "plasticky" feeling I got this free with my 18-80 so its ok but I would not recommend buying this...plus if you put your camera on a tripod you have to disconnect and reconnect it everytime.

Good Zoom grip with caveats

By Ronald
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-23

With the grip mounted to the lens it actually touches the camera mounted grip on my Canon C300 Mk III, making both grips unusable. I therefore cannot use the lens grip and have replaced its zoom rocker function with a VariZoom rocker.

Functional zoom grip for intended lenses

By Ronald
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-12

This grip had come with the Canon CN-E 70-200mm Servo Zoom, and it works well for its intended purpose. However, with the lens and grip mounted on a Canon C300 Mk III the grip cannot be used in concert with the camera's own grip since it abuts the camera's grip making both grips useless. I have since relegated the lens grip to the box that it had arrived in. The lens/grip combo might work well on a different camera, but it is a no-go for the C300 MK III.

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question

Will I need this grip if I'm using the 18-80mm Lens on the Canon C200 or can the C200's Handgrip sort of replicate the functions of this grip?
Asked by: Robert
You would not need the ZSG-C10 Zoom Grip, as B&H # CAE1880EF does have a basic zoom controller on it. However the C200 grip does not have a Zoom Rocker, so it is not a full replacement for ZSG-C10.
Answered by: Joseph P.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Can a 20 pin extension be introduced into the system? If so what is the max length?
Asked by: Ken F.
Here is the one by Canon. It is 14'/4.2m. Canon 20-Pin Zoom/Focus Servo Cable (14') B&H # CAZFSEC20P.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does this start/stop button trigger URSA mini?
Asked by: Feng L.
At this time, Blackmagic is saying they want to interface with this lens and it's controls however, they do not know when or if this will happen.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

On the EOS C100 Mark II - Can the ZSG-C10 be ...

On the EOS C100 Mark II - Can the ZSG-C10 be mounted on the side of the camera, to replace the pistol grip? I plan on upgrading my stock lens to the CN-E 18-80 mm T4.4 to have manual iris control on the lens.
Asked by: Chris
No this can ONLY be mounted on the lens.
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2020-07-10

question

Can CSG-Z10 be mounted on tripod arm similar to micro force controller or mounted on Zacuto arm in front of camera (off lens)?
Asked by: Joe
This controller can be used off the lens. The cable is approximately 10 /25cm. This should be adequate for use on the front right grip of a shoulder rig. However, it would be short for a tripod pan handle mount. At this time there are no custom lengths of extension cables for tripod use. There are cables for use on cranes but those are too long and expensive. Such as: Canon 20-Pin Zoom/Focus Servo Cable (14') B&H # CAZFSEC20P or the more affordable and longer VariZoom Extension Cable for VZPGC20, VZROCKC20, and Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Controllers (25') B&H # VAVZEXT2025.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

is the zoom servo motor powered through the EF mount or is it powered externally?
Asked by: Resti B.
Normally it is powered through a Canon EF mount. There is a 12VDC sleeve jack on the rear of the lens. At this time there is no Canon approved 12VDC power supply for it.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-26

Is the rosette mount compatible with Arri ...

Is the rosette mount compatible with Arri rosettes?
Asked by: Abbie
no the rosettes on this grips are not ARRI standard rosettes
Answered by: Sean
Date published: 2021-04-01

question

Can this lens work with a Canon ZSD-300D Digital Zoom Servo Control Demand for Digital ENG/EFP Lenses? Does it have the right I/O?
Asked by: Calvin M.
Sorry, the Canon ZSD-300D Digital Zoom Servo Control Demand for Digital ENG/EFP Lenses cannot connect with the Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Grip for COMPACT-SERVO Lens. You can mount the Grip off the lens but the cables available are too long and expensive. Perhaps you can contact a custom cable maker. Canon 20-Pin Zoom/Focus Servo Cable (14') B&H # CAZFSEC20P or the more affordable and longer VariZoom Extension Cable for VZPGC20, VZROCKC20, and Canon ZSG-C10 Zoom Controllers (25') B&H # VAVZEXT2025.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2021-07-21
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