Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle

Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle

Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle

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Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle

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Product Highlights

  • Universal Matte Box (142mm Lens Opening)
  • 15mm Swing-Away Support Arm
  • 360° Rotatable Filter Stages
  • Dual Purpose Filter Trays
  • Supports 15mm Rods & 19mm/15mm Offset
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The Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle is a universal matte box system supporting most lenses from small to large (up to 142mm). Its convenient swing-away design allows the use of 4 x 4" and 4 x 5.65" professional filters that can be rotated 360° and easily swapped out. A top/bottom flag and a pair of side wings are included for light spillage and lens flare control. These can be adjusted, locked, or simply removed.

Note: The microMatteBox does not come with support rods or baseplate, which are available separately.

Universal matte box, works with video cameras, 35mm lens adapters, and motion picture film cameras
Wide-screen format shade
Flattened shade design for wide angle lenses
Interchangeable mattes
142mm lens opening
Swing-away design
Supports 15mm rods and Redrock's 19mm/15mm studio offset
Separate locking knobs for filter position and filter rotation
Metal filter trays with spring-loaded filter locks
All filter stages rotate 360° and support up to 5.65" square filter trays
Dual purpose filter tray for 4x4" and 4x5.65" filters. Additional tray options will be available to support up to 5.65" square filters
Unique stackable stage design: add or remove stages to exactly meet your configuration needs
All metal construction (lens shade and lens adapter high impact ABS)
Adaptable to various lens sizes (lens opening with lens connector: 140mm, without: 155mm)
Compatible with Arri filter trays and Arri bellows (with optional Arri bellows adapter)
In the Box
Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle
  • Wide Angle Shade
  • 16:9 Interchangeable Matte
  • 2 x Rotating Filter Stages
  • 2 x microMatteBox 4x4" / 4x5.65" Dual Size Filter Tray
  • 15mm Lightweight Swing-away Arm
  • microMatteBox French Flag
  • 2 x microMatteBox Side Wings (1 Pair)
  • Flag Mounting Hardware
  • 4 x Rubber Donuts
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

  • Includes Free

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    Redrock Micro microMatteBox specs

    Lens Fit and Mount Universal with rubber donuts
    Type Flattened, wide-screen shade with 15 mm rod support
    Filter Type 4 x 4" and 4 x 5.65"
    Total Filter Stages 2
    Rotating Stages 2
    Degree of Rotation 360°
    Lens Opening 142 mm
    Materials All metal construction (lens shade and lens adapter high impact ABS)
    Dimensions W x H x D: 11.5 x 7.5 x 5" (29 x 19 x 12.7 cm)
    Weight 3.7 lb (1.7 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 17.5 x 15.0 x 8.2"

    Redrock Micro microMatteBox reviews

    microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 53.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from This Matte Box does NOT support 142MM!!! I bought this Matte box because on the BNH website, it states that it supports lens up to 142 mm. It DOES NOT. The max lens opening is only 136 mm. Finally, after, several emails to RedRock Micro, they stated that it will only support 142 mm as an clip on matte box. So, I would have to buy additional parts: 1. Clip on adapter $$, and 2. Custom lens adapter $$. Plus shipping. The total is an additional 300 plus dollars-ouch! As for the matte box itself. well made with some plastic parts. I think, I will keep it but it would have really been nice to know the above information before purchase.
    Date published: 2016-02-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for the price This is a great matte box bundle for the price. The flags and side panels are metal, which is nice. The mattebox itself is well constructed. My biggest complain are the few parts of the mattebox that are made of plastic. For example, the side segments where the two side flags fit in are plastic. One is a very tight fit and the metal shaves away a tiny bit of plastic when inserted. Also, the screw nobs are plastic. These are very minor issues compared to the overall value of the mattebox kit. You will be hard pressed to find this quality and features list on another matte box kit. I used a Zacutto mount/rod system to mount the mattebox, not the Redrock mount.
    Date published: 2011-01-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Studio Mattebox This mattebox has nearly everything you need to get started. the only things it's missing are: camera+rod system, and filters. Something to keep note of: this is a fairly big, heavy, mattebox. There are small, lightweight clamp-on matteboxes, but this one is meant to be used in a larger built-out rig, not when you're trying to be light and low-profile. That's less of a criticism, and more of something to keep in mind, because you should choose the right tool for each situation. If you need a full-featured, rugged mattebox, this is the one for you. if you need to stay light, nimble and stealthy, i wouldn't recommend it.
    Date published: 2017-02-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works - might be over kill for a dslr Build quality is top notch as expected from redrock. I have a couple issues that could make it even better. The donuts come in 2, 2.5, 3 and 4. I'm going to cut the 2 one to 3.5 to fit my lenses. I don't know too many people who have a lens that fits a 2 hole. I guess some really old cinema ones will. This thing is BIG. A little bigger than I thought but it's standard size, just a little over kill for a DSLR camera but works well. I wish the arm was a little more secure but I think this is my lightweight rods. I'm using this with a Zacuto Z-M-UB Mini Baseplate. It works, but a little tight to fit a follow focus in. Should work wonders with a full size camera. I have an XHA1 that I also use for this rig and it works great. No problems at all.
    Date published: 2010-12-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing but too big This matte box is great. It has a great build quality and doesn't feel cheap. The filter trays are also well built and slide well. However the build quality comes at a cost. It takes up too much real estate on my rods and makes it difficult to mount a follow focus on prime lenses. Additionally it is incredibly heavy and is difficult to take apart so you would have to buy a pelican case for this. All in all it's a great matte box but it is very clumsy.
    Date published: 2017-03-20
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A lot of buck for the bang Don't be dissuaded by the headline. I love my Redrock Micro mattebox, but I do think that it is quite a bit more than its worth. I shoot on a Sony FS100 and 15mm rail system utilizing the Redrock Micro low-rise baseplate that is suggested for my camera. I use a Nikkor zoom and a Sigma macro zoom with my camera system. The donuts work just fine and the flags are sturdy. It takes a little bit of time to align everything, but that's to be expected so it wasn't a problem. It's built of sturdy plastic and the flags are powder-coated aluminum, which chips relatively easily along the edges. It's really easy to put together, mount and adjust. The biggest selling point for me was the swing arm. Most pro matteboxes with swing arms are approximately double the price or more, so even though I think it's too expensive, I consider the price point a fair deal at best. For something that's made completely from plastic (with the exception of hardware and flags), I think it should be a little bit less, especially considering that Redrock Micro panders to the indie market. All in all, it does its job and performs to expectation.
    Date published: 2012-07-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could be sturdier This was a recent addition to my redrock rig. And though the whole rig feels sturdy and is amazing due to it's modular options, this matte box feels a little flimsy due to the side mount not being able to lock down. It's great for steady work, shoulder work, but don't get too crazy with it as it will shake all over the place.
    Date published: 2012-10-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stretching that Dollar My Genustech mattebox is on its way straight back to B&H. This big guy however, is staying with me. The Good:Build quality was better than expected.Box feels rugged. Wings and eyebrow are metal, not plastic as I had read somewhere. What a releif. Swing away arm feels pretty industrial. No big gaps filter trays like in the competitor's mattebox.The Bad:It's big. It's heavy.The paper slips that mask for 4x4 filters are a joke. I'll need a more reliable solution in the long run. I'm a little concerned about the box itself. It appears to be plastic. Everything elsee appears to be metal. Pretty sure I read all metal construction on the specs. This is kind of a bummer but I was half expecting this based on other reviews. We'll see how long it holds up. I'll probably invest in a decent case for it to extend the lifespan. The Ugly:Fit and finish is mediocre. There are parts that didn't get a full coating of paint or powder coat on the inside. This seems like a silly corner to cut but oh well. Overall, this is a great mattebox for the price. I tried other boxes in this price range and was WOEFULLY dissappointed. The genus had big gaps for light to leak in. FAIL. This was the alternative. While there are some drawbacks with this one I'm pretty impressed. I wouldn't buy this if the only thing you are going to use it for is DSLR work as it's simply too large and heavy for strickly DSLR applications. However, if you want a box that will work on a DSLR and a larger traditional rig this product seems like a steal at under 1k. I use this with a Zacuto mini baseplate and between the two I get quite a lot of room to move left/right and up/down for various cameras. I'm also okay with the donuts. I've heard some complaints but I've read you can buy an arri bellow for it if you just have to have it. However, my shoots are fast paced and my lens selection varies so much that I prefer the quick and simple donuts most of the time. If you're obsessed with quality, get an arri or chrosziel. If you're willing to accept a few annoyances to save a ton of cash you'll probably be very happy with this mattebox.
    Date published: 2012-05-17
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