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Fotga DP500III 15mm Rail Rod Base Plate Rig with Lens Support Clamp for Follow Focus Camera Cage Sony A7 A7R A7Rs II III A9 A6300 A6500 Panasonic GH4 GH5 GH5s Canon EOS 5D 6D 7D Mark III DSLR Camera

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Description

  • Quick-release version. With a big blue release-lock button, it is easy and quick to attach and detach the camera
  • Built-in safety-lock, which ensure your camera not fall off even you release the blue release-button
  • Built-in camera position correcting blade on the top plate (forth or back correct of the camera workable)
  • Extending 1/4" thread mounting hole by the size for additional function. You can connect a device with 1/4" screw on it, such as magic arm, etc.
  • Height adjustable up to 15mm. Includes a lens support for secure shoot.

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Customer Reviews

Zero backlash, solid construction and SAME-DAY delivery to my local Amazon store. This raises the bar for FF units. I am very impressed with this follow focus and agree with the three previous reviews so will add my 2 cents. Overall: This FF has a solid feel yet weights only 12.5 ounces (355g), has ZERO backlash, operates and looks like a professional unit that costs much more.The quick-release feature easily locks the FF to 15mm rods securely and is a real time saver with a matte box in place. The white plastic marking rig is held on with magnets and located with 3 notches on the under side. On and off is a snap. Its glossy surface is a plus and allows you to erase a grease pencil or dry erase marker with a quick wipe and does not leave any residue. As stated by others, the knob has a soft rubber grip which feels comfortable and makes for easy and precise focus adjustments, even in cold weather.The drag adjustment screw on the bottom of the gearbox I find works best when loosened fully if I'm using my Rokinon cine primes mounted on a GH4. On AF lenses, which have very little inherent drag, tightening the drag setting is helpful.One suggestion to improve this already-excellent unit: larger thumbscrews for the drive gear and bottom lock down screws. In cold weather, I'd like to be able to make adjustments with gloves or mittens on.Finally, I suppose if I get tired of the "Candy Apple" blue knobs, I can spray paint them another color. 5Great after some adjustments. Overall it s a pretty nice all metal base/rail system. At first I thought it was nice out of the box, then noticed a lot of sloppiness in the rig when I attached the camera. Was about to send it back, but decided to take it apart and see what s what. Turns out some of the assembly screws were loose. Unfortunately they aren t the sizes they provide Allen wrenches for, but I was able to find the right ones in my collection and tighten things up.Now it s really solid.So with my original disappointment overcome by tightening some screws, I really like the setup for the price. I ve had cheaper ones and more expensive ones. This one is solid enough to compete with some of the better ones I ve had. The look and finish is nice. Adjustment is easy with the spring loaded thumb screws. And none of the thumb screws are plastic like some of the other Fotga accessories. Kinda wish I had just purchased the base plate because I don t need the lens mount and I put my carbon fiber rails on it. But now I ve got spare parts that are quality enough to use in the field. 4Belt clip upside-down w/ loose battery release button If you need this for your rails rig, it will do a good job. It's a decent product that does everything as advertisedMy largest complaint is that when using the belt clip.When mounting on a belt, he battery easily, and regularly, falls off without warning. The battery is mounted so if unlocked it slides downwards to release. The unlock button is very easy to hit. Worse, the weight of the battery can slowly move the button causing it to release on its own.Had the belt clip and v-mount been mounted differently gravity would hold the battery on the clip if the button was accidentally pushed. Such a simple oversight.Since I use this on a belt clip, I'm giving it a low rating. If you're using this on rails, it should function perfectly fine. 2Amazing product, top quality, awesome customer service. I bought the complete DP500 Mark III set, matte box, CUPS power, rails, and follow focus and can I say the quality is top notch. There aren't any instructions on assembly besides the photos on the box, but it is pretty much common sense. I have this rigged up with my Panasonic GH4, Xeen Cinema Lenses, and Atomos Shogun monitor. And I can tell you this complete rig is well made. Carbon fiber accents, machined metals, it's very solid. Best buy I've made. Just wish they had a travel case. Customer support at FOTGA is amazing as well. I'll post a more in-depth video review soon, been busy gearing up for a film shoot! 5Near perfect video rig power solution. It's been couple months, and am really liking this power distribution for my BMPCC4K rig.The only gripe I have mirrors some other reviews I've seen.It takes a major effort to get the v-mount battery to lock onto the plate!I've tried an NP-F adapter, and an actual v-mount battery, and both of them have to be slammed into the plate to get the latch/release to fully engage. I can't see in between the plate and battery to figure out where it's too tight, or I would make a small Dremel adjustment. So I have to resort to use a fair amount of force to install the battery. You listening Fotga?The rest of it is great! All the different power options allows me to power my camera, Shinobi monitor, Gratical Eye EVF, and BlackMagic HDMI/SDI converter with no hiccups so far.I will say, finding cables, in the correct lengths, and correct plug configurations has been a challenge, but do-able.I'm sure the designers chose the types of outlet ports to serve the most common needs among videographers, but a 2-pin, in lieu of 4-pin, Lemo port would have been appreciated.In case you care...this is my cabling setup. Camera power via 5.5mm barrel to 2-pin Lemo, EVF power via 4-pin Lemo to 2-pin Lemo, monitor power via 5.5mm barrel to NP-F dummy battery, HDMI/SDI converter via USB to micro-usb.This leaves a 5v 3.5mm port available to power a follow-focus, or other 5v device.All these ports are behind a single power switch for convenient power up/down without having to unplug a bunch of cables.As an added bonus, if your filming scenario allows for plugging into a 110v wall outlet, the CCUPS comes with a power brick so you can save your battery. This same power brick can be used to charge your V-mount while on the plate. But you have to plug it into a different input port. One port to charge, another to power the rig. You can't charge and power the rig at the same time. BUT...if you have an LP-E6 battery in the BMPCC4k camera, it will charge from the V-mount battery, or power brick. This is handy to theoretically hot-swap your V-mount without interrupting a recording. But with the effort it takes to mount a battery to the plate, you will have intolerable shaking in your footage.Ergonomics: Another feature I like about this plate is that it pivots on the 15mm rail block. So, while on a tripod, or in shoulder rig mode, it makes a nice counter-balance. When hand-holding the rig, I flip the plate up and press it into my chest for stability, while holding the camera with two hands. I can still see the camera screen for settings changes, etc.Have any questions, or want to see photos of my setup? Just comment below. 4Damned near perfect - not yet. I really, really wish I could give this thing 5 stars but there are reasons why I can't:First, the vertical adjustment is nearly non-existent. If it doesn't perfectly line-up with your lenses/camera height you'll have to get a rod-adjustment extension. That's not cheap and hard to find an adjustable one.Second, the way it was built you CANNOT slide the mattebox back on the rails past the lower lip; the rails hit the shield and there's no way to get it up high enough to allow the rails to pass under. Typical Chinese engineering, not fully thought through.But the unit looks fabulous. The quality of the components is AWESOME.And unlike other swing-away matteboxes I've looked at this one is built like a tank and the swing mechanism itself is super-sturdy and does NOT rock back and forth when you tilt the camera up or down. That's a big plus - others I've tested the swing mechanism was so weak that the entire rig would cut loose and swing open when you tilted the camera down!!! This one is totally stable.If the vertical adjustment was actually usable and you could pull the rods fully under the rig it would be perfect. But for those major flaws I had to return it. 3A Winner for FOTGA Very well made. Takes care of the pesky (if not desired), flares when using focal reducer. ABS plastic insert (1 included) works to provide added shade without having to use the nicely done flags that are also provided. However, it only comes with one insert. It functions well with wide angle lenses. I have since made my own (3), for various focal lengths. They really do work! All in all I d say that this is a fine product. Not too big or heavy. Highly recommended. Oh yeah, the swing away is quality and just overall aesthetic of entire kit is top notch. 4.5 stars. I m currently using it with Panasonic AF100. 5Works with V-mount battery or on AC power I bought this in order to have more power supply options for my video/audio recording gear. The Fotga has power outputs for 5V USB, 5V DC, 12V DC, and 8V DC for cameras/camcorders, as well as a four pin 14.8V Lemo. I had a little trouble mounting the Fotga to my V-mount battery. The metal upper brackets (that hold the power connectors) on the Fotga were just a millimeter or two too wide to fit the battery. I took a metal file to each side of the bracket and less in 5 minutes had shaved enough metal off so that it fit on the battery. Also one of the ratcheting wing nuts would not ratchet. I ended up taking that wing nut off, disassembling it, lubricating it with silicon and reassembling it. It seems to be working now. I contacted the seller about it and they did offer me a replacement if it wasn't working.I tested out the USB, 5V, 12V and 8V power outputs. All have power. I was able to charge using the USB output. The 12V output powered two different monitors, but would not power my Shogun recorder. I got a message on my GH4's LCD screen that it was unable to operate with a dummy battery off the 8V camera/camcorder connection. I don't know why. The Fotga includes an AC power adapter, which can power all the outputs just as though the V-mount battery is attached. The voltage tested out okay on the outputs when using the AC adapter.Also included are 4 female to female DC power cables: two 5.5/2.1 cables, a 3.5/1.2 to 5.5/2.1 and a 2.5/1.2 cable. 42 big problems - battery fit & RF noise This seemed like a great device during testing. Unfortunately, actual use on a job revealed two big problems.First, my battery doesn't stay attached. I had a Maxoak 158Wh battery fall off three times during a shoot this past weekend. All three of my Maxoak batteries fit, but come off very easily. I had purchased a new Juicebox 95Wh battery for this, but had to return that battery as it would not fit at all.The second issue is major. Many DSLR users might consider using the Fotga DP500 to power your camera and your audio recorder at the same time. If your setup is like mine, this will not be possible. The second issue that I found is that there is horrible audio / RF noise when using the USB port or the 12V port to power my audio recorder(s).Look at the uploaded diagram to understand my setup. The Fotga powers both my GH5 and my Tascam 701D. A standard audio cable connects the camera out on the 701D to the GH5 mic in port. The GH5 is powered from the 8V port on the Fotga to a dummy battery in the battery grip. The Tascam 701D is powered by a USB cable from the Fotga DP500. This results in such a loud audio RF noise, that the audio is unusable. As soon as you unplug the 701D from the USB port, the interference noise goes away.The same thing happens if I use my GH5s instead of my GH5, so it isn t the camera. Also, I replaced the Tascam with a Zoom F8N powered from the 12V port and I experience the exact same issue. So, two cameras and two audio records have the same issue.Note, if I run an on camera mic, there are no issues with the RF noise, even when using the USB port, like to charge my cell phone. Also, I *was* able to power the GH5 and GH5s using the 8V camera power port to a dummy battery. Although, I did experience one corrupted file in a day of shooting. I don't know the cause of the corrupt file, but the GH5 is bad about corrupting files if it loses power.So, if you plan to use this to power both your camera and an audio recorder, beware. I am unable to do that using my equipment.I am now outside the return window by a couple of days, so I don t know what I will do about the problem. 2The BEST budget option. EXCELLENT customer service. I primarily shoot with the Sony A7sII and the base of my rig is the Movcam cage and rail system.This is hands down the best budget matte box I've ever used. It feels sturdy- built mostly with metals and some high-grade plastics in select areas. The matte box glides right onto my rig's 15mm rods- buttery smooth. I also have the FOTGA DP3000 M3 matte box, which was ok for a cheapo unit, but it didn't work too well with my Movcam A7s rig (the slide adjust didn't go down low enough to line up my with lenses evenly). Not only is this box MILES better than the 3000 M3 model, the DP500 Mark III fits PERFECTLY with my Sony A7sII and Movcam cage & rail system. You can just feel the difference in quality when you hold it in your hands. I should have just bought the DP500 in the first place, but meh, at least I can use the 3000 M3 with my B cam. I also purchased this unit specifically for the 4x4 sized filter trays. I use the excellent Light Craft Workshop 4x4 Variable ND filters, which are pretty thick slabs of glass. This is the first budget matte box in which the trays fit my ND glass properly.Are there any cons to this matte box? We're about to head into nitpick territory... but speaking of the filter trays, I wish they were made of aluminium like the rest of the matte box's structure. Instead, they're made out of what appears to be a really nice high-grade plastic. Don't get me wrong- they're extremely durable and I'm fully confident that they'll function well in the long run, but the package would be pretty much perfect if they were constructed out of some sort of lightweight metal. Also, there's not much of a stop for the filter trays when you insert them so make sure you have them screwed in tight! There is some minimal friction holding them into place, but the trays could potentially fall through the bottom if left unscrewed, shattering any glass filters you might be using on the floor. These really are just nitpicks though and honestly don't take anything away from how awesome and functional this matte box truly is.Furthermore, I have communicated with the folks at Fotga in the past and they are extremely helpful and accommodating. They practice some of the best customer service I've ever dealt with.And have I mentioned how sexxxxxxxxxy this matte box makes my rig look??? That carbon fiber.... mmhmmmmm. If you're on the fence about this box, don't hesitate. GET ONE. 5
Fotga DP500III 15mm Rail Rod Base Plate Rig with Lens Support Clamp for Follow Focus Camera Cage Sony A7 A7R A7Rs II III A9 A6300 A6500 Panasonic GH4 GH5 GH5s Canon EOS 5D 6D 7D Mark III DSLR Camera

Fotga DP500III 15mm Rail Rod Base Plate Rig with Lens Support Clamp for Follow Focus Camera Cage Sony A7 A7R A7Rs II III A9 A6300 A6500 Panasonic GH4 GH5 GH5s Canon EOS 5D 6D 7D Mark III DSLR Camera

3.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 290.00
Sale price
SG$ 290.00
Regular price
SG$ 478.00
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Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 188.00)