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Fast Interchangeable Reversible 5D2 7D 600D 60D DSLR SLR Follow Focus

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Do you the person who is like to take photos or shoot the movies? Do you want your photos or movies to be looked beautiful and real? If you want, you need this 7d follow focus to help you if your camera hasn't the function of adjusting its focus.This kind of 7d follow focus has high quality that you can use it for a very long time without any problems. On the other hand, this DSLR follow focus is light that it's very easy and convenient for you to use it because of the small size. The most of importance, this DSLR follow focus can make your easy and free to take movies or photos according to your needs for the distant or close view. When you want to get the depth view, you can use this follow focus to realize it. With this follow focus, your works will be looked more vivid and real that also will be liked by many people.If you have the cameras or videos without the adjusting focus function, you should buy this follow focus. So what are you waiting for? Just buy this one and you will happy with this follow focus.
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  • Specifications:

    • This 7d follow focus has light weight that it's easy for your long time use
    • With this 7d follow focus that you can get the view that you want at the same time
    • You can use this 7d follow focus to realize the demands for the adjusting focus
    • This DSLR follow focus is the necessary for you if you want the shot to be looked real
    • You can buy this DSLR follow focus for you friends as a special gift that they will like it
    • This follow focus is more convenient than the way adjust the focus manually


    EM Fast Interchangeable Reversible 5D2 7D 600D 60D DSLR SLR Follow Focus

    • Follow focus is a compulsory piece of equipment for those of you who want to step up to professional filmmaking

    7D Follow Focus

    • Its affordable yet sturdy & user-friendly design will not disappoint you

    DSLR Follow Focus

    • Practical DSLR follow focus is a good choice for you if you have the camera

    Follow Focu

    • You can use this 7D follow focus because of the reasonable design

    EM Fast Interchangeable Reversible 5D2 7D 600D 60D DSLR SLR Follow Focus

    • It is easy for you to set up the camera with this follow focus

    What is Follow focus:

    7D Follow Focus

    • A follow focus is a focus control mechanism used in filmmaking with film cameras and in television production with professional video cameras. It is ergonomic rather than strictly necessary; in other words it does not contribute to the basic functionality of a camera but instead allows the operator to be more efficient and precise. It is usually operated by a focus puller (often called the 1st assistant camera, or 1st AC) but some camera operators prefer to pull their own focus (the act of changing focus is called "pulling" or "racking" focus)
    • The mechanism works through a set of gears on the follow focus that are attached to teeth on the focus ring of the lens. These gears feed to a wheel which, when turned by a focus puller, will spin the teeth and thus the ring on the lens. Practically, the device is not necessary as the operator can directly turn the ring on the lens. However, this would place the hand in an awkward position perpendicular to the camera rather than parallel, and turning beyond a certain distance (such as 360 degrees) would be impossible. Sometimes, such a "focus pull" would even be difficult with a follow focus, so an L-shaped metal rod called a speed crank can be attached in the provided square hole at the center of the wheel. Thus, the hand merely has to spin the rod, which turns the wheel. The stationary white disk surrounding the wheel is used by the focus puller to jot down marks, and take care of the focus according to the marks he/she took during rehearsals. A focus puller often uses a tape to correctly measure the distance from the lens to the subject, allowing for accurate marking of the disk
    • A manual lens is usually a requisite for professional filmmaking. This is because some autofocus lens systems use lasers or infrared beams to measure the distance between the lens and the subject. This technique does not anticipate an actor stepping into the foreground of the frame, nor can it focus on anything which is not in the center of the frame. Passive Autofocus (not needing lasers or infrared beams) systems cannot always adjust quickly enough to sudden changes. The job of the focus puller then is to adjust the focus onto different subjects as well as change, or (follow) focus during movement of the camera onto the required subject, hence the term
    • A follow focus is usually a compulsory piece of equipment for professional filmmaking, although those with low/no budgets or cameras not equipped with detachable manual lenses will have to do with autofocus systems or turning a lens ring by hand. To make matters worse, most autofocus lenses with a focus ring (such as those on most consumer and prosumer camcorders) are not "true" manual focus lenses, meaning that turning the ring does not directly adjust the elements inside the lens but rather actuates the electronics inside the camera which predict how the focus should go depending on how fast or far the ring was turned. These lenses make precise and repeatable focus pulls difficult, and use of a follow focus impractical. They are sometimes called "servo" focus lenses or "focus by wire" cameras

    Professional Camcorder Techniques:

    DSLR Follow Focus

    Professional camcorders offer much more flexibility in picture quality, lighting controls and lens versatility than consumer camcorders. If you have a more expensive Prosumer or Professional camcorder you should take the time to learn all you can about the manual configurations to get maximum results. Beyond the technical settings, here are a few videography techniques that will make your video look like the pros

    Get to Know The Settings on Your Camcorder

    Get to know all the settings on your camcorder. It's easier to shoot in automatic, but if you've spent the extra money for a great camcorder, it's worth your time to get to know the settings, what works best in low light or sunlight, what zebra stripes mean (see below), how to use internal and external microphones, shutter speed, gain control and image stabilization. Camcorders vary depending on model and brand, so consult your manual and manufacturer's website

    Zebra Stripes

    Zebra stripes are a lighting exposure guide that, although optional, should always be left on to help you gauge light levels. The zebra pattern doesn't record onto your picture, but helps you determine when to correct the exposure. Professionals know that the color and brightness levels of viewfinders aren't as accurate as zebra stripes

    Rack Focus & Manual Adjustments

    Manual focus on a professional camcorder can be a very challenging adjustment. For fast action, moving objects, or something far away, auto focus is the way to go. Manufacturers have done an outstanding job with professional camcorder focus, and to get the shot in a hurry it's best to shoot in auto. But when you have time to set the shot, with nature shots or artistic cityscapes, manual focus can really help you add depth and composition. A camcorder technique called "rack focus" is used to direct the viewer's attention from one object to another. Set your camcorder and tripod fairly close to the first object, and position the tripod so you can see the second subject off in the distance. Set the camcorder on manual focus so object No. 1 is completely clear and object No. 2 is fuzzy. Press record, count to 5 and then slowly turn the focus ring so object No. 2 comes into focus. Hold that shot and then rack focus back to object No. 1 for a variety of shot options in the editing room

    Steady Shots Need a Tripod

    There is nothing worse than shaky vacation video. All professional videographers have expensive tripods that can set up and tear down quickly and that are light weight and easy to handle. If you don't have one, the next best thing is to make yourself into a tripod. Hold your camcorder with both hands, pull your elbows together and then spread your feet apart slightly so your body shape is like a triangle. This will steady your shoulders and arms and give the camcorder a brace

    Change Angles and Positions

    One of the first rules taught in media class is to change locations for every shot and don't be afraid to get close. Shoot your subject from as many angles as you can and always get wide, medium and tight shots for variety. Staying 10 feet away and simply zooming in won't give you any dimension or depth

    Follow the Sound

    The beauty of moving video is that we can hear the sound attached to the shot. Always be aware of the sound around you and try to get close enough so your camcorder microphone can capture good audio as well as video. Some camcorders have zooms on their built in microphones that direct the audio capture more specifically to what you are shooting. "Shotgun" microphones are also a great investment if your camcorder has external audio connectors

    Use a Rolling Chair as a Dolly

    All great movie scenes contain a dramatic moving shot. It's hard to walk, keep your shot steady, deal with focus and make sure you are following your subject. The best way to duplicate those famous Alfred Hitchcock moves is to find a squeak free chair with wheels, get a buddy to push you and roll into or past your subject. Once you've mastered that, try rolling forward and zooming out at the same time, creating the "dolly zoom", a professional camera trick used in suspense and mystery films

    Shoot Video and Sound Separately

    Following a humming bird or bee with a camcorder is difficult enough without trying to capture that wonderful sound at the same time. If you have simple editing software, you can shoot your audio and video separately and then put the best together in post production. First, concentrate on getting the best video shot possible. If you have a hummingbird feeder, your only option may be to videotape the bird through a window. Then, set your camcorder on a tripod very close to the feeder and walk away. The bird will come back and you'll get perfect sound. Upload both to your video editing software and marry the best clips together. Natural sound like traffic, birds or crowd noises is often indistinguishable from one shot to the next so it's fine to cheat and add the best audio to your best shots

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    • 1 x Follow Focus

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00:00:00 12-31-2011 Pretty Good, best for the current price. Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: A surprisingly good product at a great price!

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00:00:00 12-22-2011 Best so far Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I'd say try this before spending more on another brand. If you like it (and I bet you will), keep it.

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00:00:00 12-10-2011 Okay Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Given the higher prices of similar units, some with fewer features, I'm really happy with this Follow Focus.

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00:00:00 11-30-2011 Great for its value and features Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I think you get more than you pay for.

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00:00:00 11-24-2011 Awesome! Can't be beat! Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This is one of those rare, relatively inexpensive photo accessories that work great.

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00:00:00 11-12-2011 good product, timely delivery Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: This DSLR Follow Focus has solved all my problems with my T2i.

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00:00:00 10-31-2011 It works as expected Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I can't believe how much easier it is to rack focus when I'm filming.

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00:00:00 10-22-2011 Do what they say! Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: The 7D Follow Focus is affordable and does the job of the outrageously priced Z-Finder.

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00:00:00 09-25-2011 Excellent and easy Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I have this 7D Follow Focus attached to my Canon and it fits perfectly.

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