Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle

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Redrock Micro
Redrock Micro microMatteBox Deluxe Bundle
Key Features
  • Universal Matte Box (142mm Lens Opening)
  • 15mm Swing-Away Support Arm
  • 360° Rotatable Filter Stages
  • Dual-Purpose Filter Trays
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 4x4" and 4x5.65" 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.
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Redrock Micro microMatteBox Overview

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 4x4" and 4x5.65" 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 made of high-impact ABS)
Adaptable to various lens sizes (140mm lens opening with lens connector, 155mm without)
Compatible with ARRI filter trays and ARRI bellows (with optional ARRI bellows adapter)

Redrock Micro microMatteBox Specs

Lens Fit and MountUniversal with rubber donuts
TypeFlattened, wide-screen shade with 15 mm rod support
Filter Type4x4"
4x5.65"
Total Filter Stages2
Rotating Stages2
Degree of Rotation360°
Lens Opening142 mm
MaterialsAll-metal construction
Lens shade and lens adapter made of high-impact ABS
Dimensions (W x H x D)11.5 x 7.5 x 5" / 29 x 19 x 12.7 cm
Weight3.7 lb / 1.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.5 x 15 x 8.2"
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What Redrock Micro base plate should I use this with for the Canon eos c-300 mkii?
Asked by: DAVID
The Redrock Micro ultraCage Cinema EOS MKII is a great option. This has a baseplate with 15mm rod support. You would just need to purchase the 15mm Rods as well to connect the Matte Box. https://bhpho.to/2TsXdzv https://bhpho.to/2Awh1uS
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-01-04

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B&h only accept PayPal or credit card,?, They won't accept global debit cards???,if anyone knows it?,dr asok
Asked by: Asok
B&H accepts Credit Cards, Paypal and Wire Transfers for International Customers. Here is a link that goes over our payment options.https://bhpho.to/2gIwmgf
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24

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Can I use with black magic Ursa and Ursa mini pro with Canon cn-e 14.5-60 mm lens, the lens outer diameter is 134 mm,? What is the country of origin of the mattbox?dr asok
Asked by: Asok
Hello. Hopefully you have already found the answer to your question, but it does not appear that this matte box will work with the Canon Cn-e 14.5-60 lens. The Mattebox opening with the filter trays installed in only about 101mm+/- --Julia
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24

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It works with a DSLR Nikon D7200 camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes. Its not camera specific. You just need a 15mm rod mounting base.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this bundle deal come with sides at $394?
Asked by: Jared M.
Hi Jared - thanks for your question, yes it includes the side flags. It's a stunning deal while it lastsHope that helps
Answered by: Redrock Micro Redrock Micro Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I have a Cooke 18-100 lens with a 150mm front diameter.Could this fit? I'm sure I've seen other 18-100's with this mattebox on them. Looking at the photos, the opening, which says its 142mm, looks to be wider.
Asked by: ethan
Hi Ethanthe maximum size for the lens adapter is 142mm. To support a larger diameter lens t's possible to either modify the opening (its abs plastic so not too difficult to do) or remove the rear lens adapter and press the lens against the back of the tray holder. hope that helps
Answered by: Redrock Micro Redrock Micro Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Which ARRI Filter Trays are compatible with this? It states that the Mattbox is compatible with ARRI trays but I need to know which types are compatable.
Asked by: Neil
Hi Neilthanks for asking - i did a bit of checking. basically any of the filters that fit into the arri stages will fit with ours. <a href= http://www.filmtools.com/arri-3-stage-filter-module-md-20-series-matte-boxes-338203.html target= _blank >http://www.filmtools.com/arri-3-stage-filter-module-md-20-series-matte-boxes-338203.html</a>you can also add the 138 circular pola stage to the back of our mattebox using the appropriate connector hardware.I hope that helps
Answered by: Redrock Micro Redrock Micro Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I have been struggling using this on 6.5 rods, the mattebox does not slide freely down the rods, it stops at the end of the rods because the up and down adjustment does not go high enough. Does anyone have a solution to this, other than getting shorter rods?
Asked by: Douglas F.
I've had the same issue unfortunately, and my solution has been exactly that-- shorter rods, which is annoying to have to have different size rods depending on the lens being used.
Answered by: JEFFREY L.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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