OConnor O-BOX WM Set (15mm LWS)

OConnor O-BOX WM Set (15mm LWS)

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  • O-Box WM Matte Box
  • Wide Mini Sunshade / Top Flag
  • Two 4 x 4" Filter Frames
  • Two 4 x 5.65" Filter Frames
  • 15mm LWS Rod Bracket
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O-BOX WM Set (15mm LWS) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent value, Solid Build quality Really great, solid mattebox by a company that knows a thing about building high quality camera components. Very modular and versatile, can go from rods to clamp-on in no time. Would love a swing away, but i suppose that would increase the price dramatically. Having said all that, why o why would O'Connor build a super tough mattebox and then put HOLLOW SCREWS in the top flag holder??? This is just bizarre and senseless to me. One of mine bent with a gentle knock and when i went to straighten it, it BROKE. Also the knobs for locking off the filter trays are so small and recessed they are really difficult to use.
Date published: 2013-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't say how happy I am Previously had bad experience with some other extremely pricey and fancy matte box, can't say how happy I am after switching to O-BOX. It is heavy duty, relatively light and very flexible. Great that you have both 4x4 and PRO 4x5.65 filter trays - it allows me to keep using my old 4x4 filters inventory on some lenses. Only two disadvantages I personally found in this design - fixed size side flags (I'd rather have them traditionally adjustable) and 114 mm plastic ring on rubber bellow donut for lenses like CP's - this ring is not tight on rubber bellow - I'm afraid it can be easily lost. Apart from this two things - great product. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2013-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great. Sturdy. Light. I use this matte box everyday on set with F3 camera with 150-110 ring and cine optics. It works great. This is the best matte box which i used. Only one bad thing happen to me - one of those tiny knobs which hold top flag was broken during tightening - and it was empty inside, I mean those knobs are not solid metal, but tubes with a thread - this is not very good. Also i cant find spare parts anywhere to order so i have to email to O'Connor directly.
Date published: 2012-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best bang for the buck I've come across OK, so, there's a story here. I get the o-box, which if you read online forums is really popular in Red setups, and among many dps and senior folks, because I was tired of dragging the redrock micromattebox setup (have the case and everything!) all over the world on shoots with me. I wanted something well built, smaller, and reasonably solid.The o-box is everything I wanted. There are a few design areas I think could be improved (hollow screws, which according to some are only really a problem if you're trying to make an adjustment with the extensions, and the side (additional item) are ok (not great). However, if you don't want to carry a tank, but do want something build like one (and don't need swing away), this is the best I've come across. Support is excellent (calls returned, questions answered), and the ability to use the box as a grip for some shots (confidently!) is something else.If you're shooting with lenses like the Zeiss cp.2 or Canon lenses, I recommend the following setup:http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/666189-REG/Chrosziel_AC_450_22_AC_450_22_Flex_Ring_Flexible_Step_Down. Took me a while to figure that out, so I hope it helps someone else.
Date published: 2012-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product To sum up, great Mattebox ! I use it on all my shoots with any kind of cameras and setups. Plus it's really solid and well built as I could check it the hard way when an assistant camera let the camera fall down from a tripod. Not a sratch on the mattebox nor the camera/lense (an ND filter wasn't so lucky tough). The only small downside are the knobs that hold the filter trays which are a bit small and hard to get. But once you're used to that there's no major drawbacks...
Date published: 2012-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Modular Design Does It All You will not find a more bulletproof, versatile matte box at this price point ANYWHERE else. I can use it on a DSLR, Red, or an Alexa and it will work with many of the larger lenses. The modularity and endless ways you can rig accessories to it make it a product you can grow with and take from camera to camera. It includes many accessories that aren't standard with others, such as 4 filter trays (2 each 4x4 and 4x5.65), eyebrow and a tapped cheese stick. For these reasons, and the fact you can get different-sized rod brackets to adapt to any 15 or 19mm rod systems, I would advise anyone to take this one over a comparable Chrosziel or Arri if this size is what you're looking for. I honestly don't know how they do it for this price. OConnor is one of the few true 5-star production support outfits and this is no exception!
Date published: 2011-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect! small, strong, and works perfectly with my Zacuto baseplate and Panasonic AF100. had the RedRock Matte Box before and it was great, but a little bit more bulky, due to the swing away feature. although the swing away feature was cool, the extra pieces necessary to do so interfered with my dual follow focus' set up. if you want sturdy, either are good and the RR allows more convenient access, but the OConnor O-Box has a smaller footprint. plus i already have mounted other things to the matte box itself due to it's screw mount versatility.
Date published: 2011-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from O-Box is best matte box for the money Matte boxes tend to be one of those things that are necessary but not all that glamorous. An expense tacked onto a camera purchase. Well, the O-box is one that looks good, functions very well, and doesn't kill the wallet. In fact, pound for pound this guy packs quite the punch. It's lightweight, yet very durable. It has 2 stages that can take 4x4 or 4x5.65 filter frames (included). One of those stages rotates. If you buy the bellows you can also add a 138mm round. So essentially you could then add 3 filters in total. It also has mounting points for adding O-grips and various other hardware. By adding a bridge you can turn it from 15mm LW to 19mm. Personally I only use it on rails and it has been solid. It has worked well with still lenses too. I used bellows and reduction rings, as well as a Chroziel Flex ring to attach to my 80mm fronts on the still lenses. This works great, even with lenses that telescope a little when focusing. All in all, I'm very happy with this purchase.
Date published: 2011-11-15
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