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On a current shoot of music video I’m facing a bit of technical glitch around which I’m unable to get a solution and needed your advice. Setup - Red Raven, Cforce plus motor, AMC-1, SXU -1 Issue - When calibrating the cforce motor, the motor rotates the lense in both directions, however at some point the motor disengages the wheel teeth from the lens ring teeth. Tried two different cforce motors on 2 different lenses, tried to use various size wheels on cforce Motor, however the doesn’t work. Tried to connect the cforce on both left and right side of the lens as well. I’m unsure when’s I’m doing wrong, or missing some step. Your help and advice will really save my day.
Hey All, I'm selling an Arri AMC-1 Kit in Like New Condition. Perfect for gimbals and for lightweight builds. Can daisy chain 3 CForce motors and use on any camera. I used this to control my motor on other cameras when I wasn't using my Alexa Mini and also for when I used EF lens on my Alexa Mini. Also comes with d-tap power cable. Includes: 1x Arri AMC-1 Active Motor Controller (new $2,500 + tax) 1x Arri AMC-1 Antenna 1x Arri AMC-1 to D-Tap Power Cable (new $200 + tax) Compatible with: Cforce mini lens motor Cforce plus motors Wireless Compact Unit WCU-4 Single Axis Unit SXU-1 Zoom Main Unit ZMU-3A Wireless Zoom Extension WZE-3 All ALEXA camera models All AMIRA camera models All other cameras, RED, VENICE, Ect. PM or email @ email@example.com
Hi everyone! I will get my hands on the Arri SXU-1 System for the first time and i was wondering a bit about lens data. Is it possible to get lens data to the hand unit with a SMC-1 motor controller or do i have to step up to the WCU-4 system? We are on a budget and i can't afford the WCU-4 and it is not entirely necessary to have the lens data, it would be nice though :P And if anyone used it before, how does it handle? Are the CLM-4 Motor strong? I will be using Zeiss HS mkIII and a LMB-15 mattebox (clip-on). I've hade some issues with heden motors that aren't strong enough to pull the lens barrel, especially in cold weather.