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  1. Hi guys, I've just bought an Alexa, and want a personal Wireless Follow Focus system to use when needed (and when production can't afford to shell out for a proper Preston or current WFF). Since the camera has the Plus module on it, I figured I might as well try and find an Arri system that would be compatible with it, and I've stumbled across the old Arri "MkII" system, which comprises of: - WFU-1 Iris / Focus Unit - WZU-1 Zoom Control - WMU-1 Transmitter - URM-1 Receiver - UMC-1 Universal Motor Control - 3x Lens Motors Obviously, they're pretty old school nowadays, and I've struggled to find much in the way of user reviews/commentary online. So I was wondering if anyone could speak to the system's merits/lack-thereof? Cheers, Mark
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