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#1 jeromefauci



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Posted 04 September 2015 - 04:43 PM

This G-Zoom is compatible with most Canon and Fuji Lenses as well as Focus-This unit will also control focus (hardware) via Bartech Focus Device- The unit can adjust zoom speeds, and switch zoom control in either direction- There is also a direction switch for focus direction too.


This is a great tool when using video lens- be it with a video shoot or a Episodic or Feature shoot ( w/ an HD camera with a canon or Fuji Lens)  


Think about -being able to zoom past a piece of furniture in your way- or adding a zoom buried in your pushing-in  move- very tasty !


I used this a couple of times on a TV show that wanted the steadicam to look like a Sports Video Camera- I was really impress what it could do- and I got pretty good at keeping things in focus-( Don't the tell my First AC  ;) )


I bought every cable for every lens for fuji and canon


It cost me over 1400.00



ASKing 795.00


GZOOM Kit includes:


G-Zoom Custom Edition unit


w/ 2.5 ft.  focus and zoom cable


ONE Canon 8 pin to Canon 20 pin


ONE Canon 8 pin female to Fuji 12 Male Zoom Adapter


ONE Canon 8 pin to Fuji 8 pin Male Zoom Adapter




Original Pelican Case


Contact : jeromefauci@me.com

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#2 Matt Lingerfelt

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Posted 05 September 2015 - 01:47 AM

What gimbal size does it work with?
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#3 John atkinson

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Posted 05 September 2015 - 07:02 AM

Jerome,  I'll take this!  Send me an invoice and I'll send the payment right out!  Thank you!



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