VariZoom VZ-ROCK-C100 LANC Focus & Iris Control

Designed for use with the Canon C100 (MK1 and MKII)

VariZoom VZ-ROCK-C100 LANC Focus & Iris Control

Designed for use with the Canon C100 (MK1 and MKII)

SKU: VZ-ROCK-C100

Cat no: 15362

  • Wide-sweep variable rocker for multi-speed focus control
  • Low profile record/pause button
  • Power On/Off button for toggling camera into or out of standby mode
  • LED light indicates recording status and low battery power
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£135.00 (ex vat) £162.00 (incl vat)

VariZoom VZ-ROCK-C100 LANC Focus & Iris Control

Designed for use with the Canon C100 (MK1 and MKII)

This is the only controller of its kind for the Canon C100. You can control focus precisely with our custom variable-speed rocker and also start/stop record, power the camera on/off, control iris up/down, and 'push auto iris.'

Whether you need to make very fine focal adjustments or quickly shift from near to far, the variable speed control smoothly adjusts the focus without any chatter or jumpy response.

The VZ-Rock-C100 lens control is specifically made to work with the Canon C100 (including MkII).

Key Features:

  • Wide-sweep variable rocker for multi-speed focus control
  • Low profile record/pause button
  • Power On/Off button for toggling camera into or out of standby mode
  • Push Auto Iris
  • LED light indicates recording status and low battery power
  • Adjust Iris Up and Down (F+ / F-)

Product Specification

Width: 2"
Length: 2.75"
Max Clamp Diameter: 1.25"
Cord Length: 40"
Weight: 0.25 lb.
Material: ABS
Warranty: 2 years parts/labor

Questions & Answers

1 Question

Can this controller take advantage of the DAF system, i.e either one shot autofocus or AF lock ? 1 Answer

Posted on: Wednesday, 27 May 2015
Posted by: Andrew Malsen

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Posted on: Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Posted by: Steve Gover

The VZ-Rock C100 does not have a built-in feature button for the AF lock function - this would have to be accessed through the camera menu.
 
The correct operating mode to use the controller on the DAF version is one-shot mode, as I think continuous will override the remote input (you can change the focus with remote but then the camera takes over when you stop giving remote input).

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