Angenieux MSU-1A Single-Motor Cine Zoom Servo for EZ-1 and EZ-2 Lenses

BH #ANMSU1A • MFR #MSU-1A
Angenieux
Key Features
  • Removable ENG-Style Servo Zoom Handgrip
  • Camera Record Start/Stop
  • Zoom Rocker
  • 0.8 MOD Drive Gear
Built specifically for use with the Angenieux EZ-1 and EZ-2 lenses, the MSU-1A Single-Motor Cine Zoom Servo from Angenieux is a removable lens drive unit that provides servo zoom control to EZ-1 and EZ-2 cinema-style lenses. The zoom lens drive gear is positioned to interface with your lens, and is 0.8 MOD to match the cine-style gearing. The servo incorporates a run/stop button, return video, quick zoom, and a traditional zoom rocker.
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Angenieux MSU-1 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Mounting
  • 3Compatibility
  • 4Zoom Demand and Compatibility
  • 5Speed and Sensitivity
  • 6ENG Style Operation

Built specifically for use with the Angenieux EZ-1 and EZ-2 lenses, the MSU-1A Single-Motor Cine Zoom Servo from Angenieux is a removable lens drive unit that provides servo zoom control to EZ-1 and EZ-2 cinema-style lenses. The zoom lens drive gear is positioned to interface with your lens, and is 0.8 MOD to match the cine-style gearing. The servo incorporates a run/stop button, return video, quick zoom, and a traditional zoom rocker.

Further compatibility is ensured by the inclusion of Hirose and LEMO connectors. Those who wish to may use the servo to control with either Canon or Fujinon standard ENG lens pan handles.

Mounting

The MSU-1A is self-aligning, mounting with three screws and a guide pin

Compatibility

Compatible with Canon and Fujinon standard ENG lens pan handles:
  • 20-pin Hirose - analog and remote Control
  • 12-pin Hirose - direct to lens port on camera
  • 6-pin LEMO - MBUS port

Zoom Demand and Compatibility

Via a 20-pin adapter cable (not included):
  • Fujinon
  • Canon
  • Microforce

Speed and Sensitivity

The motor has been optimized to provide high-speed motor drive while maintaining sensitivity and precision operation

ENG Style Operation

  • Q-Z switch
  • VTR switch
  • Return switch
  • Zoom operation rocker

Angenieux MSU-1 Specs

Drive Gear0.8 MOD gear
Material of ConstructionHousing: Magnesium alloy with Teflon coating
Hand Strap: Nylon with leather pad
Strap Latch: Nylon buckle
Power ConsumptionStandby: Approximately 1.5 W (15 V, 0.1 A)
Max: 35 W
TemperatureOperating: -4 to 131°F / -20 to 55°C
Storage: -22 to 158°F / -30 to 70°C
DimensionsApproximate: 5.75 x 3.75 x 4.1" / 14.61 x 9.53 x 10.41 cm
Weight15.9 oz / 450 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6 x 5 x 4"
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Can I use this with my Angenieux 30-90mm and control it through a Blackmagic ATEM 4M/E Switcher software?
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