Chrosziel Aladin2 (3D) 3+ System for Focus - Iris - Zoom

Chrosziel Aladin2 (3D) 3+ System for Focus - Iris - Zoom

Chrosziel Aladin2 (3D) 3+ System for Focus - Iris - Zoom

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Product Highlights

  • Cine Lens Focus / Iris / Zoom Control
  • Wireless Range of 328 Yards
  • 16 RF Channels at 433-434MHz
  • Compatible with All ENG Style Lenses
  • 3D-Capable
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Chrosziel's Aladin2 (3D) 3+ System for Focus - Iris - Zoom is designed for the film industry as a wireless lens control system and controls Focus, Iris and Zoom on any Cine lens. It comes with a RF Transceiver module with an antenna, a Focus-Iris module, a Zoom hand controller module,a scale, 2 NC batteries, a charger, a receiver with an antenna for controlling up to 8 motor channels, and a manual.

The Aladin2 has a wireless range of 328 yards and features 16 RF channels at 433-434MHz to select from. The system lets you carry out automatic calibration of the lens parameters at the beginning of shooting. You can also switch off, reconfigure or change the battery, and then switch on again and resume shooting. The MKII is compatible with all ENG style lenses and is 3D-capable with up to 8 axis of motor control capability.

Control signals are transmitted as digital data packages in the 434 / 869 MHz band safely and precisely with 18-bit resolution
Suitable for many motors with digital incremental encoders such as Heden M26VE, Scorpio SB92, Preston DM2, Betz Tools BTM7
Controls in S3D mode 8 motors, synchronously two cameras' Iris, focus and zoom, automates the rig setting for angulation (convergence), IA (inter axial distance) and communicates with Sony MPE 200
Controls digital Canon and Fujinon lens motors directly through the 2 auxiliary ports, if required synchronously, too
USB port for meta data recording, software update and lens-, rig-data handling
2 serial interfaces for PC interaction
Controls the dimmers, Aladin Light Source (AL-LS) and Colibri, the DMX dimmer/receiver (FD-400E)
Excellent safe transmission distance* inside through thick walls and outside with metal structures, better performance than transmission in the GHz-range offers 1
ON/OFF or start/stop recording function integrated for all suitable cameras
With "Electronic Gear" for free selection of the translation between the hand wheel movement and the reaction at the lens (spreading)
Memory of last settings after switch off for quick resumption of operation
Wide supply-voltage range from 10 to 34 volts for the motor controller (receiver)
Power is stabilized and adjustable in 5 steps. Powerful performance for the motors also with low supply. The torque will be automatically adjusted during calibration
Modular design, each individual function can be combined into one transmitter through simple assembly. Here, too, all the last individual settings are saved
Reverse direction of the motor rotation is adjustable on the hand-units (transmitters) and on the receiver / motor controller
A LED column shows the position of the zoom
Lowest energy consumption of the hand-unit(s), a battery usually lasts for the entire day of shooting
16 channels selectable for the transmission by push of a button. RF Spectrum analyzer to find the best channel for transmission and optical feedback that both units work on the same one
Adjustable fluid damping for the focus hand wheel
Emergency feature: Transmission by connecting transmitter and receiver using a standard video cable with BNC plugs
In the Box
Chrosziel Aladin2 (3D) 3+ System for Focus - Iris - Zoom
  • RF Transceiver Module with Antenna
  • Focus-Iris Module
  • Scale
  • 2 x NC Batteries
  • Zoom Hand Controller Module
  • Charger
  • Receiver with Antenna for Controlling up to 8 Motor Channels
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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