Red Rock Micro's New 1K Wireless Follow Focus

April 12th, 2010

Red Rock Micro announced their new Micro Remote follow focus today at NAB. This breakthrough piece of equipment is actually a follow focus platform that will change the way we follow focus. Red Rock Micro owner Brian Valente describes some of the cool features of this “game changing” remote follow focus.
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Red Rock Micro announced their new Micro Remote follow focus at NAB | BAD ANDY FILMS>>THE BLOGjaredAndy Taplinhenrr Recent comment authors
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agent55
agent55
GuestApril 12th, 2010

no video link?

natxbrotha
natxbrotha
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What a tease… no video…

pressure
pressure
GuestApril 12th, 2010

Wasn’t it supposed to be $500?

Mestizo Devon
Mestizo Devon
GuestApril 12th, 2010

Yep! Glad I wasn’t the only one who caught this!!!

Roman M
Roman M
GuestApril 13th, 2010

That’s exactly what I was wondering.

Edd
Edd
GuestApril 12th, 2010

This site is really starting to look more and more serious. I like seeing this. Nice interview. Lots of good pictures and info, although it’s way out of my price range. Thanks!

 Clayton Burkhart
Clayton Burkhart
MemberApril 12th, 2010

Gotta keep the camera and focus on the product while he’s explaining it dude…

tek
tek
GuestApril 12th, 2010

Second that. First to bring the news, that’s good, but i’d like to keep that fresh new product in view while he’s pointing out and explaining stuff. Now let’s see how FreshDV does this.

vtwiz
vtwiz
GuestApril 12th, 2010

impressive product!

okami
okami
GuestApril 12th, 2010

Great job but in the future please keep the camera on the product more!

Andy Mac
Andy Mac
GuestApril 12th, 2010

Great that you got the scoop, but *please* remember sound is really important! Could hardly hear it.
I know how everything is always a mad rush at trade shows [I’ve been shooting news video at them since 2003] and it’s easy to miss something, but sound should be number 1 priority. Ty a wireless Lav on the presenter, or even an over-the-ear proximity mic, but if you have to use that kind of stick mic, best get it close in.

Cheers,

Andy

inero
inero
GuestApril 13th, 2010

Wow…This is Promising.

echo
echo
GuestApril 13th, 2010

What motors will it work with beside the M-One? I would imagine Heden motors works as well but what about Scorpio or Preston motors?

@ Presure: Brian Valente does say that they missed their $500 mark.

Ignacio Defenestre
Ignacio Defenestre
MemberApril 13th, 2010

I’m sorry, but this was really badly filmed! I had to stop watching because it was too irritating! It’s like the person behind the camera is so concerned with some technical aspect of the filming that they forgot about framing accordingly to the situation. Also, at moments it would have been much simpler to stand back a bit and frame both his face and the object (besides knowing when to tilt down). In a way it serves as a commentary to just how much we need products that actually confer some better stability and functionality to the HDSLRs, mostly for hand-held on the go stuff like this. In any case, nice interview, and nice effort on the part of Cinema5D – establishing itself as the most reliable place for anything HDSLR related. (I hope the person filming doesn’t get kicked on the butt, but instead just takes these as constructive criticisms and gets another chance).

Sam Moore
MemberApril 13th, 2010

Its a nice thing but would I drop the money on it when canon may just release lens control ?

no way

the new 7d firmware “- Added code for upcoming remotes, accessories and lenses.”

(canon rumors)

S

henrr
henrr
GuestApril 13th, 2010

Cool product. Thanks guys.

Camera operator needs practice on how to film interviewer and product.

Sound; you may need a shotgun mic.

Apart from that, good job.

p.s. Check out Freshdv.com footage on same product. Your camera operator could pick up tips.

Andy Taplin
Andy Taplin
GuestApril 13th, 2010

Thanks for getting the scoop on what looks like an interesting product.

I have to say that this piece is a classic example of when not to use a DSLR. Any ENG or pro palmcorder with a shotgun mic would have been a much better choice. Nice bokeh is not what you need here!

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